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Fri Mar 21 17:11:09 2014 UTClccn-n882059430.00The Peninsular Campaign a secret and important chapter of the history of the war /0.881.00Correspondence between Henry M. Naglee, receiver, Palmer, Cook & Co., and Edward Stanly40939362Henry_Morris_Nagleen 882059432572895Naglee, H. M. (Henry Morris), 1815-1886Naglee, Henry Morris, 1815-1886lccn-nr90007873Stanly, Edward1810-1872lccn-n85049077Cohen, Alfred A.(Alfred Andrew)1829-1887lccn-n2005072423Park, T. W.(Trenor William)1823-1882lccn-n85014345United StatesDistrict Court (California : Northern District)lccn-n50014834McClellan, George Brinton1826-1885lccn-n96001526Foster, John G.(John Gray)1823-1874lccn-n2005072424Adams & Co. (San Francisco, Calif.)lccn-n88215129Hunter, David1802-1886np-schell, mary lSchell, Mary L.lccn-n89631782Casey, Silas1807-1882Naglee, Henry M.(Henry Morris)1815-1886HistoryTrials, litigation, etcSourcesRecords and correspondencePersonal narrativesAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)United StatesNaglee, Henry M.--(Henry Morris),VirginiaCohen, Alfred A.--(Alfred Andrew),CaliforniaMilitary campaignsMcClellan, George Brinton,Trials (Embezzlement)Seven Days' Battles (Virginia : 1862)Fair Oaks, Battle of (Virginia : 1862)EmbezzlementTrialsPeninsular Campaign (1862)United States.--Army of the Potomac.--Casey's Division.--Brigade, 1stLincoln, Abraham,California--San JoseBrandyVirginia--NorfolkWine and wine makingCalifornia--San FranciscoNorth Carolina--WashingtonNorth CarolinaBrandy--Therapeutic useFinanceMedalsMexican War (1846-1848)Loyalty oathsTreasonPublic opinionCollaborationistsMilitary decorationsUnited States.--Army.--New York Infantry Regiment, 1st (1846-1848)United States.--Army of the PotomacUnited States.--ArmyLand titlesMilitary participation--African AmericanStanton, Edwin McMasters,Regimental historiesSoldiersArmed Forces--OfficersFoster, John G.--(John Gray),South Carolina--Saint Helena IslandAdams Express CompanyKelley, William D.--(William Darrah),African AmericansSouth CarolinaHunter, David,North Carolina--New BernWhitney, Asa,18151886184218471856185718581861186218631864186718781879188818941914197519771982198819982001201366364125AC11096ocn505989564file18560.92Stanly, EdwardArguments of the Hon. Edward Stanly, of counsel for the receiver and T.W. Park, Esq., of counsel for Alvin Adams, with the charge of the court, at the trial of Alfred A. Cohen on a charge of embezzlement in the case of Adams & Co., by H.M. Naglee, receiver, versus Alfred A. Cohen, in the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the state of California, Hon. John S. Hager, presiding, March, 1856Trials, litigation, etc677ocn367843144book18630.92Hunter, DavidCorrespondence, orders, etc., between Major-General David Hunter, Major-General J.G. Foster, and Brigadier-General Henry M. Naglee, and others February and March, 1863HistorySources642ocn003145712book18670.88Naglee, Henry MThe love life of Brig. Gen. Henry M. NagleeRecords and correspondence639ocn085792669file18630.90Naglee, Henry MReport of Henry M. Naglee, brigadier general, of the part taken by his brigade in the seven days, from June 26 to July 2, 1862, Army of the PotomacHistory586ocn368024748file18640.92Naglee, Henry MA chapter from the secret history of the warHistory475ocn085792754file18640.93Naglee, Henry MSecond chapter from the secret history of the warHistory356ocn003496881book18620.92Naglee, Henry MReport of Brig. Gen. Henry M. Naglee commanding First Brigade, Casey's Division, Army of the Potomac : of the part taken by his brigade in the battle of Seven Pines, May 31, 1862. With an appendix, containing the official report of Gen. CaseyHistory302ocn004905950book18640.96Naglee, Henry MThe two letters of Gen. H.M. Naglee about Gen. McClellan254ocn004892589book18640.96Naglee, Henry MThe secret history of the Peninsular campaign : letter of General H.M. Naglee about General McClellan : a message from old soldiers to the Army : the address to the Army and Navy, adopted at Hope Chapel, on Wednesday evening, September 28th, 1864, by the McClellan legion133ocn023928669book18630.88United StatesReport of Brigadier-General Henry M. Naglee of his command of the district of Virginia : with an appendix containing the correspondence between Gen. Naglee and the mayor and common council of the city of Portsmouth, referred to in the reportHistory112ocn004936908book18630.98Naglee, Henry MReport of the conduct of the advance of the column for the relief of Little Washington, N.C., April 18th-19th, 1863History82ocn021662796book18790.97The report of a jury of experts on brandy made by Gen. Henry M. Naglee, at San José : together with testimonials of physicians and gentlemen as to its purity and wholesomeness : to which is added a short essay upon it, and other spirits ...83ocn004922619book18630.97United StatesReconnoissance from Bottom's Bridge to Seven Pines : May 24, 25, and 26, 1862 ; made by Naglee's BrigadeHistoryPersonal narratives81ocn016864461book18561.00Naglee, Henry MCorrespondence between Henry M. Naglee, receiver, Palmer, Cook & Co., and Edward Stanly72ocn437955839book18640.63Philadelphia, October 26, 1864. Dear General:--One day, almost a year ago, a few of your personal friends met together, with the idea of offering you a testimonial of their "high regard for your gallant services during the various campaigns." ... After considerable delay, the medal has finally been received, and we have now the pleasure of placing it in your handsHistory72ocn437988581book18630.63United StatesHead-quarters, district of Beaufort, April 27th, 1863. General orders, no. 1. All persons suspected of being disloyal to the government of the United States, shall be required to take the oath of allegiance. All persons residing within the counties of Carteret, Jones, and that part of Craven county between the above counties and the River Neuse, are hereby prohibited from having any intercourse with any persons coming from without the lines occupied by the forces of the United States.History62ocn070262754book18630.47Norfolk (Va)Address of the merchants of the city of Norfolk, Va. to Brigadier-general Henry M. Naglee; and his reply. October 1863History42ocn014958672book1864Naglee, Henry MThe Peninsular Campaign a secret and important chapter of the history of the warHistory42ocn045342867book18791.00Two reports of a jury of experts : first on brandy made by Gen. Henry M. Naglee, at San Jose ... ; second on wines sent to 13th Mechanics' Fair, San Francisco, and an essay on them and on California viticulture31ocn019334110book18640.92Naglee, Henry MLetter of Gen. Henry M. NagleeHistory82ocn047069057book19980.21Douglas, JackHistoric San Jose : tales of Naglee ParkHistory71ocn005211892book18630.47Norfolk (Va)Address of the merchants of the city of Norfolk, Va. to Brigadier-general Henry M. Naglee; and his reply. October 1863History61ocn018001235book0.29Stevenson, J. DSelected letters from the J.D. Stevenson letter book, June 1846-May 184721ocn016101867book18670.88Naglee, Henry MThe love life of Brig. Gen. Henry M. NagleeRecords and correspondence21ocn025740350mix18611.00Johnston, George HPapersHistoryRecords and correspondencePapers relating to the Civil War activities of U.S. Army Capt. George H. Johnston. The majority of the material dates from January-July 1863 and deals with the occupation forces centered at New Bern, N.C., and St. Helena Island, S.C.; the relief expedition by Union forces to Washington, N.C.; and the planned, but aborted, expedition against Charleston, S.C., in the spring of 1863. Included are personal letters between Johnston and his wife Amanda in which he discussed black soldiers and the command attitude toward their use; official letters to and from Brigadier Gen. Henry M. Naglee; other correspondence; bound volumes of general orders, special orders, and correspondence initiated by Naglee, which includes a letter book documenting Naglee's position during a command dispute with Major Gen. J.G. Foster and Major Gen. David Hunter; and newspaper articles, most of which are about George H. Johnston or Henry M. Naglee21ocn012146804book18790.97The report of a jury of experts on brandy made by Gen. Henry M. Naglee, at San José : together with testimonials of physicians and gentlemen as to its purity and wholesomeness : to which is added a short essay upon it, and other spirits ...11ocn036453481book18581.00Baldwin, Joseph GEdmund Laffan, respondent, vs. Henry M. Naglee, appellant : [appeal]Trials, litigation, etc11ocn036445158book18571.00Hoge, J. PEdmund Laffan, respondent, vs. Henry M. Naglee, appellant : in equityTrials, litigation, etc11ocn143349163art18940.10Naglee, Henry Morris, soldier11ocn025911796book18881.00Naglee, MarieMarie Naglee dictation ... for the historical works of Hubert Howe Bancroft :HistoryWith notes of General Naglee's military service in both the Mexican and Civil Wars, his life in California and his development of the manufacture of brandy11ocn122516395mixFranklin Institute11ocn159843455art19140.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamNaglee, Henry Morris11ocn073897799art1988Sifakis, StewartNaglee, Henry Morris (1815-1886)11ocn008298568book19770.10Fischler, SusanWine, women and NagleeBiography11ocn036445170book18581.00Billings, FrederickEdmund Laffan, vs. Henry M. NagleeTrials, litigation, etc11ocn050786176bookKintner, Jacob CKintner, Jacob C. 1838-1886HistoryA collection of letters to Kintner from friends and orders collected while he served as a Captain in the 109th United States Colored Infantry in the Civil War. The orders were issued in eastern Kentucky, Virginia and Texas. The letters were written by friends in Pennsylvania and OhioFri Mar 21 15:52:47 EDT 2014batch19904