Letter, 1861 June 10, Head Quarters, Va. Forces to Colonel J.A. Early, Cmd'r., Lynchburg, Va.


Lee, Robert E. (Robert Edward), 1807-1870. Letter, 1861 June 10, Head Quarters, Va. Forces to Colonel J.A. Early, Cmd'r., Lynchburg, Va.

Letter, 1861 June 10, Head Quarters, Va. Forces to Colonel J.A. Early, Cmd'r., Lynchburg, Va.

Als instructs Col. Early to send two of the Cavalry companies under his command to Manassas under the command of General Beauregard. "They should best be prepared for service in the field. Should however General R.S. Garnett, commanding the North Western Army, have selected any of the companies for service with him, you will give him the preference."

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