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THOMAS S. JESUP. MLS: "Th: J. Jesup" as Quarter Master General, 1p, 7¾x9¾ ruled blue sheet. Quarter Master General's Office, Washington City, 1854 February 21. To Lieutenant W.E. Jones, Rifle Regt, Fort Ewell, Texas. Begins: "Sir". In full: "I have received your letter of the 18thUlto inclosing your accounts for the 3d & 4th Qrs 1853 - Paragraph 1025, requires muster rolls to be taken in duplicate, one of which is to be sent to this Office, and the other filed with your accounts in support of the Pay rolls - Affidavits for lost property, taken before Judge Advocates of Courts Martial, stating fully all the circumstances of the case, will answer, when it is not convenient to get a Magistrate. I am Sir, Yr obt Servt." Thomas Sidney Jesup (1788-1860), appointed Quartermaster General with the rank of Brigadier General by President James Monroe, served in the position for 42 years, proving to be a capable administrator who initiated a number of reforms. Jesup, who had begun his military career in 1808 as a junior officer in the 7th Infantry, became Adjutant General to General William Hull in 1812. Taken prisoner during the surrender of Detroit, Jesup went on to fight in at Chippewa and Niagara after being exchanged. During the Seminole War, he was given command of U.S. troops, but Jesup returned to his Quartermaster General post after being wounded. Lightly creased with folds, light horizontal fold touches the upper loops of the "Th", "S" and "J" of signature. Minor stain at lower right margin. Minor nick at blank left margin at upper horizontal fold on verso of integral leaf, which is lightly soiled (no show through). Overall, fine condition.

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