Pass for Archbishop John Hughes : manuscript, 1861 July 12.

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Scott, Winfield, 1786-1866. Pass for Archbishop John Hughes : manuscript, 1861 July 12.

Pass for Archbishop John Hughes : manuscript, 1861 July 12.

Manuscript signed. Pass permitting Archbishop Hughes to visit the camps and lines occupied by the U.S. troops in the Department of Washington and North Eastern Virginia.

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