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29th Pennsylvania Infantry - Muster Out of the Regiment's Band

Item DOC-9031
July 10, 1862
Price: $125.00


Original Civil War document written in period ink.

Williamsport, Maryland

July 10, 1862


Will you be kind enough to send written word by bearer what day you can make it convenient to be here to muster us out and also send sufficient muster out rolls, so that we can fill them up and have them ready for you. Thus avoiding further delay.

Very Respectfully,
Your obedient servant

Daniel Repass
Leader of Bands
29th Pennsylvania Volunteers


Captain E. G. Beckwith
3rd Artillery

July 25


The orders copied within were not received by me until I was put on duty here. I immediately informed Major Copeland that it would be impossible for me to perform the duty and have since instructed him to the same effort. This letter I have just received and send it for your information.


E. G. Beckwith


Department of the Shenandoah
Near Middleton, Virginia
June 28th 1862

Special Order
No 90
Permission having been granted from the Adjutant Generals office, Washington, D.C. dated June 11, 1862. The members of the Band 29th Pennsylvania Volunteers will be mustered out of the service of the United States as soon as practicable. Captain E. G. Beckwith 3rd Artillery U.S. Army is hereby appointed as mustering out officer for this purpose.

By Command of
Major General Banks
(signed) R. Morris Copeland
Assistant Adjutant General

Official Copy

By Command of
Brigadier General Geo H. Gordon
H. B. Scott
Acting Assistant Adjutant General

Major Scott
Commanding 29th Pennsylvania