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    Confederate Telegraphic Dispatch Broadside, Enterprise, Mississippi, May 19, 1863. "To Col. J. H. Rives, Macon:- Gather as speedily as possible all the mounted companies you can, and move towards Jackson, to co-operate with Gen. Johnson. Furnish transportation and rations to such as are not mounted, to move by rail-road to Jackson. Raise and send forward all who are willing to give a gun for Mississippi. Spare no expensive or labor. John J. Petus.

    Men or companies answering to above call will rendezvous at Macon without delay. James H. Rives. Col. & A. D. C."

    Condition:
    Fine-very fine, discoloration on folds.


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    June, 2008
    29th-30th Sunday-Monday
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