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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memoir of Jane Claudia Johnson. (search)
Lieut. Alex. W. Lawrence, Ordnance Department, in obedience to order for supplies: No. 500 Rifles (made at Herkmer, N. Y.), without bayonets. 500 Wipers. 500 Screw drivers. 500 Spare cones. 50 Spring vices. 50 Ball screws. 50 Moulds. 2000 Percussian caps. I certify that the above is a correct invoice of ordnance and ordnance stores issued by me this 28th day of May, 1861, to Mrs. Bradley T. Johnson. Alex. W. Lawrence, First Lieut. Artillery and Ordnance. June 1st, 1861. Conductor of train from Winchester to Harper's Ferry will detain the train one hour or more for arms which are in charge of the bearer, Mr. S. Johnson. A. R. Chisolm, Aid-de-Camp to Gen. Beauregard. Rec'd Ordnance Dept. Harper's Ferry, Va., June 3rd, 1861, of Mrs. B. T. Johnson, five hundred Miss. rifles, cal. 54, ten thousand cartridges, and forty-five hundred caps. G. M. Cochran, Master of Ordnance. The issue of arms to the Marylanders by a woman was a romantic incide