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[[preprinted label with decorative border pasted onto page]] STEWART & CORSON, STATIONERS, AND BLANK-BOOK MANUFACTURERS, No. 50 Camp Street, New-Orleans. BLANK-BOOKS, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, RULED AND BOUND TO PATTERN. LEDGERS, JOURNALS, CASH AND RECORD BOOKS, FOOLSCAP AND LETTER PAPERS, Steel Pens, Quills, Pen-Knives, Copying Presses, Copying Books and Ink, Bills Lading, Bills Exchange, Notes, Drafts, Sealing Wax, Red Tape, Black, Blue and Red Ink, Ink-Stands, Sand, Sand Boxes, &c, Cards, Circulars, Bills Lading, Dray Receipts, and Blanks of every description, printed to order. EDW. G STEWART. JAMES J. CORSON. [[/preprinted label]] [[end page]] [[start page]] Recd Mar 13/- Head Qrs Army of Occupations Monterey Mexico March 13 1848. Sp. Orders Nos 9.} [[double underline]] Extract[[/double underline]] III. . . "On account of his failing health, Captain John C. Casey, C.S. is relieved from duty at this place, and has permission to proceed to Matamoros on the Brazos. Captain J.L. Breut A. 2nd? Lt. with Mr. Casey, and Mr. Burgess, Agents for the Subsistence Department, will, until further orders, take charge of the Department at this Depot." By Command of Brig. Genl. Wool [[? ?]] [[army?]] [[Captain Casey]]
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