Confederate States of America. Army -- Recruiting and enlistment; Confederate States of America. Army -- Social conditions; Confederate States of America. Army. Mississippi Infantry Regiment, 11th. Company A;
Similar letter to that he wrote to Mary, 24 April 1863, in which he discusses being at Suffolk, which holds a considerable amount of bacon; details their proximity to the Union troops.
Confederate States of America. Army -- Equipment; Rumor -- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865; Death; Fortification; Chickamauga, Battle of, Ga., 1863;
Writes of the Yankees strengthening their fortifications just as they bring more artillery to the front. Roberts writes that an officer told him the Confederates at the battlefield of Chickamauga have all been buried but that the Yankees are left...
Troop movements; Confederate States of America. Army -- Social conditions; Confederate States of America. Army -- Equipment;
Tells Maggie of the moves Roberts has made since his last letter and his new location of Palmetto, which he says can afford them nothing because the Union Cavalry has come through and only left a few private residences.
Troop movements; Travel; Soldiers -- Wounds and injuries;
Tells Maggie of more travels, including a ferry ride with several mules on the Tombigbee River. He tells her that his campaign is stationed in Tupelo and Okolona and that their losses have been severe.
Prisoners of war; Military deserters; United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Equipment and supplies
The letterbook contains letters from Confederate Army Lieutenant and Assistant Adjutant General Joseph C. Robert and his colleague, Colonel Edward Dillon, written from Camp Dick Garnett in the District of South West Mississippi and East Louisiana....
Lee, Henry, 1756-1818; Kościuszko, Tadeusz, 1746-1817; Lillington, John A.; Military supplies; United States -- Continental Army -- Management; United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783; Troop movements;
General Huger reports that the Army has arrived, but that Lt. Colonel [Henry] Lee is still en route. Due to a miscommunication, Captain Smith and a cargo of 600 shirts and 300 pair of shoes were sent away from camp. Colonel Kosciusko has...