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DATE. Vendors. Residence. Articles. Price.

1865.

Jan. 27 Heny A. New York 3,200 $3.37 1\2

Swift... City... blankets...

28 John J. ...do... 468 5.00

Townsend... blankets...

28 ...do... ...do... 196 4.50

blankets...

28 Bailey & ...do... 2,000 pair .31 1\4

Southard... socks...

28 ...do... ...do... 1,840 pair .30

socks...

28 A. C. ...do... 6,000 pair .31 1\4

Samson... socks...

28 J. C. Boston... 5,000 pair 1.29

Converse & drawers...

Co...

28 ...do... ...do... 10,000 pair 2.09 1\2

shoes...

31 Henry A. New 1,066 3.37 1\2

Swift... York... blankets...

31 ...do... ...do... ...do... 3.80

2 J. ...do... 550 5.25

Newbergerbe blankets...

...

4 George Boston... 7,000 pair 2.02 1\2

Johnson... shoes...

4 John T. New 11,000 2.16 2\3

Martin's York... shirts...

Sons &

Co...

7 M. ...do... 4,000 2.16 2\3

Kitzinger.. shirts...

.

8 J. M. ...do... 600 4.50

Deuel... blankets...

8 W. B. ...do... 6,400 4.50

Chapin... blankets...

14 W. C. ...do... 132 4.50

Browning... coats...

15 George A. ...do... 488 pair .25

Sumner... socks...

16 J. C. ...do... 1,060 pair .25

Clark... socks...

16 S. ...do... 373 pair 1.22 1\1

Weinschenk. drawers... 1\2

..

16 B. W. ...do... 2,000 pair

Pierce... pants...

16 ...do... ...do... 2,000 a9.00

jackets...

17 Joseph ...do... 500 pair 1.00

Lee... drawers...

17 ...do... ...do... 2,500 pair 1.25

drawers...

18 ...do... 4,000 pair 1.17 1\2

Minzesheime drawers...

r & Co...

18 A. ...do... 29 suits, 7.00

Raymond... pants and

jacket.

20 James ...do... 4,271 pair .25

Talcott... socks...

21 J. B. Boston... 4,200 pair 1.97 1\2

Walcott... shoes...

24 Joseph New 5,000 1.87 1\2

Lee... York... shirts...

a Per suit.

I am, respectfully, your obedient servant,

WM. N. R. BEALL,

Brigadier-General, Provisional Army, C. S.,

Paroled Prisoner and Agent to Supply Prisoners of War.

HDWRS. DEPT. OF NORTH CAROLINA, ARMY OF THE OHIO

Wilmington, N. C., February 27, 1865.

Lieutenant-General HARDEE, Commanding C. S. Forces:

GENERAL: I have the honor to accept your proposition to parole and send to Wilmington the prisoners of war in your possession, and will receipt for them, to be credited upon the exchange list. Captain William J. Twining, aide-de-camp, is authorized to make all arrangements with the officer designated by you, Major Lay, and will receive the prisoners at the railroad crossing of Brunswick River.

Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

J. M. SCHOFIELD,

Major-General.

HEADQUARTERS FIRST ARMY CORPS, February 27, 1865.

Major General E. O. C. ORD, Commanding Army of the James:

I have the honor to request an interview with you at noon to-morrow, the 28th, at the same place we met on the 25th instant, for the purpose of arranging more definitely the exchange of political prisoners. If possible, I would be pleased to meet Lieutenant-General Grant at the same time and place on the same subject. I will be accompanied by the same staff and attendants as on the 25th.

I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

J. LONGSTREET,

Lieutenant-General.