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place it in your hands, as the treasurer of the committee, for appropriate distribution according to the methods and rules of that organization. I cannot perform this pleasing task without adding a feeble expression of the deep sensibility with which I received this noble and characteristic munificence, and of the honor I feel in being made the instrument of its transmission. Also, a similar letter to Mr. Mason, transmitting a check of Mrs. Hannah F. Lee for one thousand dollars. To Governor Buckingham, of Connecticut, We cannot furnish you with muskets, as we have exhausted our store. Will you co-operate with us, and have some bought by our agent in England? To Dr. William J. Dale, Express to Mrs. Tyler, and other citizens of Baltimore, my thanks for the care they have taken of our wounded men in that city. These extracts show the variety of topics which, in the first two weeks of the war, engaged the Governor's attention. The letters on file in the Adjutant-General's office,
y. There is no lead to strip off over the heads of men, and they are very safe to handle or drop. The charge fits so loosely, expanding after ignition of the powder, that a child can ram the shot home. Major Cobb can fire one hundred rounds from his battery in six minutes. Every thing—horses, wagons, and all—is ready for your call. I have the honor to be sir, your most respectful and obedient servant, Horace Binney Sargent, Aide-de-camp. June 10.—The Governor writes to Governor Buckingham, of Connecticut, I have your letter of the 7th, inclosing duplicate letter of credit for £ 10,000 on George Peabody, which you state will be sent to Mr. Crowninshield. That gentleman has already received orders to execute your orders; and I trust that he will be able to do so. On the same day, the Governor gave written instructions to Colonel Ritchie, of his personal staff, to visit our regiments at the front, and confer with General Scott as regards future movements, and to repor
and the laws of the several States. Early in July, Mr. Seward, Secretary of State, and General Buckingham, of the War Department, visited Massachusetts to ascertain, by personal examination and cond cause attraction. This proposition I made when you were here, and I understood you and General Buckingham to accede to it; but I wish to have the authority in writing, so it may go on file. The cs: they move slowly, and appear to have no enthusiasm. Please have this letter given to General Buckingham, and request him to let me know what we may be authorized to do. I think he can have the fy and merit, to the rank of major-general and corps commander. On the 23d of July, Brigadier-General Buckingham, of the War Department, addressed a circular letter to the Governors of States, calli Lincoln, from which we make the following extracts:— I sent by mail, last night, to General Buckingham, a copy of Massachusetts Militia Laws, and remarks. If you will call on me, by requisitio
ly committees, to hold themselves in readiness to attend at the association building during their respective weeks, upon due notice being given. An invoice of hospital bedding was received from the Assistant Medical Purveyor's office, New York, and the donation of sundry articles from several generous friends. His Excellency Governor Andrew, of Massachusetts, placed at their disposal an ambulance, to be used for the comfortable transportation of the sick and wounded. His Excellency Governor Buckingham, of Connecticut, contributed personally one hundred dollars to the association, expressing his warm appreciation for the thoughtful and considerate kindness in making provision for the soldiers of his own State. The Governors of all the New-England States were unanimously elected honorary members of the association. A splendid set of books was presented by the well-known firm of stationers, Messrs. Francis & Leutrel. A handsome and excellent carpet was also presented by