91st PA--official regimental letters, 5 September 1863

Regimental letters, 5 September 1863


[source: regimental letters book]

Head Quarters 91st Regt. Pa. Vols.
Septbr 5th 1863
Capt. A. S. Marvin Jr.
Asst. A. Gen'l
Capt.

I have the honor to state that the picket detail of this morning was on the ground in front of 146th N.Y. Vols. at 8.20 - The Lieut [apparently Lt Shipley] was directed to report to the Asst. Adjt. Gen'l as soon as his detail arrived on the ground & his failing to so report is the result of his own neglect.


I [struck out: have] am Captain
Very Respectfully
Your Obedient Servant
Jos. H. Sinex
Lt. Col. Commdg
B. J. Tayman
Adjt.
[source: orders book]

Head Qrs 91st Regt. Pa. Vols.
September 5th 1863
Special Orders No 71.

The following Companies will be ready to report for picket duty this Morning at 8 o'clock precisely

Co."B"--1 Corpl4 Men
""F"1 Sergt2 Corpl3 "
""E"  8 "

Lieut Shipley Co "G" [?] will accompany the detail


By Order of
Jos. H. Sinex
Lt Col Commdg
B. J. Tayman
Adjt.
[source: orders book]

Head Quarters 91 Reg Pa
Sept. 5. 1863
Special order No 73

As the Pack mules have been turned in by order from Brigade Head Quarters. Private Henry Largey Co J is hereby orderd [sic] to report to his company for duty


By order of
Jos H Sinex
Lt. Col. Com
B. J. Tayman
Adjt
[source: orders book]
[see consolidated morning report, 91st PA, 20 Aug 1863]

Head Quarters 91st Regt. Pa. Vols.
September 5th 1863
Sp. Orders No 72
"Extract"

Sentence of Private George J. Crouse Co "K"

"To make good the time lost by desertion, and to forfeit all pay and allowances due or that may become due him, except for necessary food and clothing, during the balance of his term of service, and to work at hard labor ten hours a day for the same period under charge of the guard, at such place as the Reviewing Officer may direct"


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