AMMUNITION FOR MAXEY GREGG’S 1ST SOUTH CAROLINA VOLS. AS THEY GET READY TO GO NORTH & FIGHT AT THE BATTLE OF MANASSAS !
One page in nice dark ink (imported paper, run through the Blockade… nice British watermark). Gregg’s 1st South Carolina had received a number of Enfield Rifles run through the Blockade, but as this invoice indicates, most of his men had the older model 1842 smooth bore muskets.
Charleston, 5 April 1861.
Invoice of cartridges directed to be transported to Capt. I. T. Jones, Ordnance Officer, Morris Island.
For Col. Maxey Gregg: 1st Regt. S.C. Volunteers
5,000 Cartridges for Enfield Rifles
20,000 Cartridges (Ball) per Muskets Model 1842.
A nice Confederate document from a famous regiment.
#L4-5-61SC – Price $250