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Bragg, Braxton to J. Patton Anderson – Jul. 23, 1864 - Columbus, GA

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Bragg, Braxton to J. Patton Anderson – Jul. 23, 1864 - Columbus, GA
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Bragg, Braxton
Baker, Christopher A. ( Transcriber )
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English

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Civil War
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North America -- Georgia -- Columbus
North America -- United States of America -- Florida
North America -- United States of America -- Tennessee
North America -- United States of America

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Telegram
Charleston July 23rd [18]64
To Maj. Genl. P. Anderson
Suspend execution of sentence of death in cases promulgated in Genl. Orders No.
48 from these No. [??] if any of the men are in your district. Acknowledge receipt. By
order
S. Stringfellow A.A.G.


Telegram
Columbus July 23rd 1864
Genl. P. Anderson
I have requested your transfer to the army of Tennessee. Be prepared to move
Braxton Bragg

Telegram
Columbus July 23rd 1864
Genl. P. Anderson
Proceed to Atlanta and proceed to Genl. Hood
Braxton Bragg


Tallahassee, Fla.
July 24th '64 = 4:30 P.M The above dispatches have been detained here by bad weather
and weak batteries since 5 P.M. yesterday & I now mail them for fear that line may not
work before next mail arrives at Lake City.
Respectfully,
C.L. Hatch Opr.


Transcribed by Christopher A. Baker, University of Florida, 2008.




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Telegram Charleston July 23rd [18]64 To Maj. Genl. P. Anderson Suspend execution of sentence of death in cases promulgated in Genl. Orders No. 48 from these No. [??] if any of the men are in your district. Ac knowledge receipt. By order S. Stringfellow A.A.G. Telegram Columbus July 23rd 1864 Genl. P. Anderson I have requested your transfer to the ar my of Tennessee. Be prepared to move Braxton Bragg Telegram Columbus July 23rd 1864 Genl. P. Anderson Proceed to Atlanta and proceed to Genl. Hood Braxton Bragg Tallahassee, Fla. July 24th = 4:30 P.M The above dispatches have been detained here by bad weather and weak batteries since 5 P.M. yesterday & I now mail them for f ear that line may not work before next mail arrives at Lake City. Respectfully, C.L. Hatch Opr. Transcribed by Christopher A. Baker, University of Florida, 2008.