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The Ledger Of Captain W. B. Blair, US Army, Table of Contents Page 7 of 11

 
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Ledger Page Page media description Date, Title Description, Comments
241 ledger November 18, 1857; accounting error - Lt. T.A.. Washington,  Fort Chadbourne, Texas
241 ledger November 18, 1857; contract with James Duff for flour to Camp Colorado for the year 1858
242 print/ledger Children's Fashions. Collars. Jabot 4 1/2 by 6 inches black and white
242 ledger November 19, 1857; quality of "Desecrated vegetables" for Fort Fillmore and Fort Blifs, N.M.
243 ledger (con't) November 19, 1857; issues at Fort Fillmore and Fort Blifs, N.M.
243 ledger November 23, 1857; receipt of check for $500 dollars Lt. Theo Fink, Camp Hudson
244 ledger November  24, 1857; decline proposal From James Duff for deliveries to Fort Belknap
244 ledger November 24, 1857; Winter Shelter, stoves, stores for Camp Colorado, taken from Ft. Mason
245 ledger (con't) list of stores taken from Fort Mason to Lt J.T Shaaff,  Fort Mason, Texas
245 ledger Nov 24, 1857; Your letter did not reach me for Camp Colorado, listed stores sent to Fort Mason
246 ledger (con't) list of stores for Camp Colorado
246 ledger November 28, 1857;approval of beef contract or Fort McKavett
246 ledger November 28, 1857; check no 293 for $300 to the order of T.S. Bartoso
247 ledger December 1, 1857;sale of Irish potatoes and flour to officers and families
247 ledger December 2, 1857 from Lt John Shaaff Fort Mason, approving the flour contract with James Duff
247 ledger December  3, 1857; cannot fill onions and potatoes for Camp Verde
248 ledger December 3, 1857 Camp Verde
248 ledger December 3, 1857 for  800 recruits please forward 10,000 pounds of hard bread, Capt Brown 
249 ledger December 5, 1857; reporting for duty
249 ledger December  6, 1857, …presenting summary statement for November 1857
249 ledger December  9 1857; check no 294 for $25 to the order of John Withers
250 ledger December 5, 1857; my orders for forwarding.. Fort Belknap in letter May 24 was mislaid
250 ledger December 12, 1857; I have to call for an explanation for your omission…Fort Lancaster
250 ledger December 12, 1857; check no 295 for $1000 to ? G French
251 ledger December 14, 1857; receipt of request for supplies for Fort Brown
251 ledger December 14, 1857; transmitting bonds for flour.  Fort Belknap
252 ledger December 28, 1857 beef and flour contracts for Fort Mason, Fort Davis, Fort Inge
252 ledger December 30, 1857; report for duty
253 ledger January 2 1858; Summary of accounts 4th quarter 1857. Forward $20,000 to New Orleans
253 ledger January 3, 1858;References contracts and bonds for flour to the troops at Fort Chadbourne
254 ledger January 3, 1858 Refers to not needing  beans for Fort Duncan and Clark until the middle of March
254 ledger January 3, 1858 Recommend flour contract with Mr. Duff
255 ledger January 4, 1858; Transmitting contracts, and bonds for fresh beef for troops at Fort Clark
255 ledger January 6,1858; I have this day you... Lt J. E. Harrison,... Lt Thas Fink,... Lt Thos M. Jones 
256 ledger January 6, 1858; Enclosed checks for subsistence, Lt. Thos M. Jones; Fort Davis
256 ledger January 6, 1858; Enclosed checks for subsistence, Lt. Thas Fink, Camp Hudson
257 ledger January 6, 1858; Enclosed checks for subsistence, Lt J. E. Harrison; Camp Cooper
257 ledger January 6, 1858; Complaints about the bread
258 ledger January 11, 1858;Refers to contracts & bonds in duplicates, advertisements & bids for fresh beef 
259 ledger January 12, 1858;Transmitting contracts and bonds for supplying the  troops at Camp Hudson 
259 ledger January 16, 1858; In regard to sales of Whiskey to Officers, Fort Davis
260 ledger January 18, 1858; Requisition for stationary approved, Fort McKavett
260 ledger January 18, 1858 The quality of the letter, envelope and blotting paper has been reduced…
261 ledger January 18, 1858; The contractor for transportation was called upon to explain the delay 
261 ledger January 18, 1858; Default on Flour Contract, Messes Gold & Donaldson, Dallas, Dallas Co.
262 ledger January 18, 1858; Captain, The Commanding General approves your order no 88 of Dec 24, 1857
262 ledger January 25, 1858; Your requisition for "Commissary Property" is approved and orders to be filled
263 ledger January 26, 1858; Transmitted contracts, bonds and bids for Lt. Phillips Fort Duncan
263 ledger January 26, 1858;  have drawn on… Lt. E.D. Phillips,  A.P. Porter, J.E. Harrison Chad B. Stiven 
264 ledger January 26,1858; I have enclose my check…beyond your estimate for subsistence funds…
264 ledger January 26, 1858; enclose herewith my check 306 Fort Duncan
265 ledger January, 26, 1858; enclose herewith my check…for  $3600, Camp Colorado
265 ledger January 26, 1858;In consideration of the movement of troops from Fort Belknap... 
266 print color two ladies and a child in period dress 7 * color print
266 ledger January 28, 1858;I have examined your account with me as stated to ito  31st December 1857
267 ledger January 28, 1858; Purchase Subsistence Stores Fort McIntosh and Ringgold Barracks
268 ledger January 28, 1858; Lieut, I have requisition the C.P. in New Orleans to ship to you
269 ledger January 28, 1858 Lieut, I have requested the C.P. in New Orleans, La. To ship to you
270 ledger January 28, 1858 Your requisition has been forwarded with a request to be filled… Billand's soap
271 ledger January 30, 1858;Enclosed statement and sample of flour for $ 13.50 bbls
271* ledger January 31, 1858 General, Reporting for duty, Major General Geo. Gibson, Commanding General 
274 ledger February 1, 1858; There now lie at Fort Mason Texas Subsistence Store for Camp Colorado 
274 ledger February 1, 1858; I have request... transportation of the subsistence stores to Camp Colorado
275 ledger February 2, 1858; Recommended increase in beef compensation
275 ledger February 2, 1858; Your requisition for "Commissary Property" is ordered to be filled
276 ledger February 2, 1858; Returned property
276 ledger February 8, 1858; A contract and bonds in duplicate... to the troops at Camp Cooper
277 ledger February  8, 1858; Contracts for flour - Camp Cooper
277 ledger February 9, 1858; Will you please purchase and to the A.A.C.P. here (listed rations)
278 ledger February 9, 1858;C.P. in New Orleans to forward to this depot the quantity of 290,000 rations 
279 ledger February 9, 1858; Bat.Maj. GF Paul 7th Infantry with Subsistence Stores as he may require 
279 ledger February 10, 1858; Acknowledge flour contract sent by Lt T.A. Washington
280 ledger February 13, 1858; Cover by print Acknowledges receipts for Fort Lancaster
280 print B/W "On the Tiptoe of Expectation." A child looking over the edge of a dinner table 4 1/2 x 6 1/2 B/W

 

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