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Documents: Lt. John Rutledge Naval orders signed by Captain Sidney Smith Lee, CS Navy Department, Richmond, Virginia, dated 17 June 1864, appointing... [this item is NOT for sale]


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    from Sidney Smith Lee, Robert E. Lee's brother, and commandant of the Norfolk, Virginia Naval Yard, dated 6 May 1862, ordering Rutledge to take command of the steam gunboat ... [more like this]
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