Travel pass: Edward Lea, 1863-1865

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Headquarters Military District of Washington, Washington, D C, June 13th 1863

No. Permission is granted Edward Lea to take Domestic supplies to Montgomery Co. Md.

Expires July 13th 1863. By command of BRIG. GEN. MARTINDALE, Murdun McIrman Assistant Adjutant General.

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In availing myself of the benefits of this pass, I certify, on honor, that I am a loyal citizen of the United States, and that the goods taken on this pass shall be used solely for the purpose specified.

Edward Lea

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Post Office, Washington City, D. C., March 9th 1865

Provost Marshal Washington DC.

Sir

The bearer Mr Edward Lea is desirous of obtaining a pass for himself and friend Mr. Nicholson through the Picket lines to their homes in Montgomery County Md. I have known Mr Lea for years and can vouch for him as a man of unflinching Loyalty, and to be implicitly relied on in every way.

Very Respectfully yours &c

James P. Stabler Clerk in City P.O. Washington, D. C.

Sir I am well acquainted with Jas P. Stabler, a clerk in this Office, and have every reason to place full confidence in what he has said above. I know him to be a loyal man.

Jas A. Kennedy Superintendent

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Provost Marshal District of Columbia

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