OR, Ser. II, Vol. V, pp. 833-834
CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE, ORDERS, ETC., RELATING TO
PRISONERS OF WAR AND STATE FROM DECEMBER 1, 1862, TO JUNE 10, 1863.--#3
C. S. MILITARY PRISON, Richmond,
February 19, 1863.
Capt. G. W. ALEXANDER,
SIR: In accordance with General Winder's instructions I send you four boxes
marked as follows: No. 1, Castle Thunder, 75 coats or jackets; No. 2, Castle
Thunder, 75 pairs of boots; No. 3, Castle Thunder, 75 flannel shirts and 100
pairs socks; No. 4, Castle Thunder, 75 trousers or pants.
The general wishes that you will have the articles carefully counted and
distributed as requested in Colonel Ludlow's letter to Hon. Robert Ould, a copy(*)
of which I send you, and in delivering the articles to the «53 R R---SERIES II,
VOL V» <ar118_834> prisoners make them receipt for each article and take
duplicate copies of same.
You will please, captain, also receipt to me for the above-named boxes.
I am, sir, your obedient servant,
TH. P. TURNER,
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