In almost every case, Confederate manuals were exact copies of the then existing Federal manuals, with the insertion of the letters "C.S." wherever "U.S." appeared in the original. With exception of uniform regulations, there is little difference in the publications of either side.
Cavalry Tactics. Second Part, published Philadelphia, 1856 Uniform and Dress of the Army of the Confederate States. Richmond, 1861 Record Book of Capt B.F. Howard. Co. I. 1st Virginia Infantry, Kemper's Brigade, Pickett's Division, 1st Corps A N. V., open at page dated for the years 1863 to 1864, with references to prisoner exchanges, desertions and casualties of Gettysburg Regulations for the Army of the Confederate States, various editions Confederate ledger book Uniform and Dress of the Army of the Confederate States, published Richmond, 1861 Account book
8 Payroll book
9 Pine bookrest used by John F. Mayer in the office of the Ad|utant General and Inspector General, C.S.A.
10 Embroidered felt eyeglass polisher used by President Jefferson Davis
11 Confederate cavalry roll book
12 Silver reading glass
13 Letter book of Col. William B. Wood. 16th Alabama Infantry
14 Spectacles and case, possibly used by President Jefferson Davis
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