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    Group Lot of 10 Confederate Generals' Autographs consisting of:
    Gabriel James Raines- ANS, one page, 8" x 10", dated February 18, 1847, clothing report, fine condition.
    Paul Octave Hebert- ANS, one page on lined paper, 6" x 9", dated August 23, 1873, Louisiana, to Col. Charles E. Jones, fine.
    Henry Eustace McCulloch- Cipped signature with letter closing, rank below and "C.S.A.", near fine.
    Roger Weightman Hanson- Clipped signature with rank below, fine with glue spots showing.
    James Edwards Rains- ANS on blue paper, 7.25" x 2", to wife. "Remember me to all. The companies are now preparing to march. So I must close. Your devoted husband..." Rains was killed at Murfreesboro in 1862.
    Richard Taylor- Clipped signature with rank below. Taylor was the son of Zachery Taylor.
    John Wesley Frazer- Clipped signature with rank below.
    Carmille Armand Jules Marie de Polignac- Signature card with rank below, dated April 14, 1863, in fine condition.
    William Steele- Clipped signature with letter closing and rank below.
    Walter Paye Lane- Clipped signature with rank below.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2006
    1st-2nd Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 8
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