In the letter Bullen reports the number of animals in his battery and the amount of forage he has received for them. He also mentions that he does "not know of any carelessness, or neglect on the part of the Quartermaster."
The order discusses the required ordnance returns to be submitted by each brigade: "The quarterly returns of arms, accoutrements and equipments in the hands of troops...have heretofore been furnished in a very few cases only by commanding officers...
In the letter Bankhead admonishes his daughter for not keeping in touch: "I don't wish to seem harsh, but there is absolutely no excuse on earth for you treating me with the indifference and neglect you have, and I am deeply hurt and want you to...
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