Catalog Record: Correspondence between the War Department and General Lovell, relating to the defences of New Orleans. Submitted in response to a resolution of the House of Representatives passed third February. 1863 | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Correspondence between the War Department and General Lovell, relating to the defences of New Orleans. Submitted in response to a resolution of the House of Representatives passed third February. 1863.

Corporate Author: Confederate States of America.
Related Names: Lovell, Mansfield 1822-1884.
Language(s): English
Published: Richmond, R. M. Smith, public printer, 1863.
Subjects: New Orleans (La.) > Defenses.
New Orleans (La.) > History > Capture, 1862.
Note: [Pt 2] p. [91]-123 has t.p.: Correspondence between the President, War Department and Governor T. O. Moore, relating to the defences of New Orleans ... Richmond, R. M. Smith, public printer, 1863.
Transmitted Mar. 11, 1863 by Jefferson Davis. "A copy of my correspondence, together with that of the secretaries of war of the navy, with the governor of Louisiana, and with Major General Lovell, during the period beginning October 25, 1861, and ending with the date of the capture of the city."
Physical Description: 123 p. 25 cm.
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