Papers, 1846.


Towson, Nathan, 1784-1854. Papers, 1846.

Papers, 1846.

2 letters, one from Thomas J. Leslie of New York, Paymaster of the U.S. Army, and one from Robert Jones, Adjutant General of the Army, regarding an oversight by which Robert E. Lee was paid twice for May and June of 1845. The first letter included the refund while the second refers to Lee's honesty in the matter.

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