Discussing military and political affairs, in an autograph letter, signed 28 November 1862 from Dansville, [New York], to "My Dear brother."

Small 4to. 4 pages, approximately 400 words. "I am much pleased in the change of commanders for the army. I have no doubt that McClellan was a loyal man and that he had a fine commanding personal appearance ... his strategy has cost the loyal states more live and property than it has cost the enemy ... I regard the election of Seymour [Governor of New York] as the triumph of rum and rebellion." Folded. Very good. Item #53953

Price: $150.00

See all items in Civil War
See all items by