Letter : Washington, D.C., to Horatio Seymour, n.p., 1863 Jan. 7.


McDougall, J. A. (James Alexander), 1817-1867. Letter : Washington, D.C., to Horatio Seymour, n.p., 1863 Jan. 7.

Letter : Washington, D.C., to Horatio Seymour, n.p., 1863 Jan. 7.

Letter signed. Signed by McDougall, F.G. Phelps, A.A. Sargent, and F.F. Low. Concerns Edward Wehler who wishes to raise a regiment in New York City.

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