Tag Archives: Eustace Surget

10 March 1863: “Private Joseph Hebert Co. A., Crescent Regt. La. Vols. now under sentence of death for desertion having been pardoned by the President of the Confederate States, is hereby ordered to be released…”

Item description: Order, 10 March 1863, concerning a Confederate private who has been pardoned from his death sentence. Item citation: From folder 5 in the George William Logan Papers #1560, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina … Continue reading

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9 March 1863: “In regard to the furnishing of liquors to soldiers mentioned in your letter of the 6th, you will apply to the city authorities to take steps to prevent it.”

Item description: Letter, 9 March 1863, from Eustace Surget, Assistant Adjutant General, to Lieutenant Colonel George W. Logan, 2nd Louisiana Heavy Artillery Battalion. Item citation: From folder 5 of the George William Logan Papers #1560, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University … Continue reading

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