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Sub office Tampa Fla
April 28. 1852

Major, I have to request that you will forward by an early opportunity, [[underlined]] a box of Stationary [[/underlined]] for the ACS at this post & Ft Mead & Myers address [[?]] to

Lt: J B Ricketts AC Tampa Bay Florida include 1/2 dz. blank books for post - thin only
JCCasey C.S.

Maj Nassorman C.S. }    
        N.orleans. }

Subs office TampaBay
April 28/52

Gen Geo Gibson CGS

Herewith please receive my [[?]] current for 1st Qr 1852 and the ration tarriff for same period

I have respectfully to request durring the present Qr a remittance of $2000= on [[?]] of Army Sub: & in draft of 500 on the ninth a most [[?]] -
JCCasey Capt CS.

Tampa Florida
May 23 1852

John Sloan Est Sir:

I have recd: the following Treasury draft payable to my order by the [[?]] near Ft York

   | No 2393 on Mar Warrant No 6738 for $500
   | - 2394      6738    500
Yr obedt Sevt
[[signed]] John C. Casey [[/signed]]Capt Com Sub[[?]]

John Sloan Esq}
    Near [[?]]}

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Sub off: Tampa Bay Fla
May 23 1852

Sir,

I have this day recd. from the Treas. of the U S
   |[[underllined]] one thousand Dollars [[/underlined]]($1000..00)
being on account of [[underlined]] Army Sub [[/underlined]] and for which I am accountable to the U.S.

Resply Yr ob st
[[signed JC Casey [[/signed]] Capt. C.S.

Sub: Off: Tampa June 1. 1852

General,

In reply to yr inquiries of May 19 in relation to the U.S. Army [[?]] at Pakatka I have the honor to forward herewith a copy of an order (No. 5) dated Hd. Qr. Troops in Fla. Mar 8. 1852 and a copy of a letter just recd. from the a.a.a.G. in explanation.

The arrangement at Palatka is, I think, necessary and economical, and, had I been in possession of official information before, I should have reported it to you; but under present regulations and orders, I do not feel at liberty to inquire what order or arrangements are made in my Dept: by comdg. officers, unless when ordered to do so by higher authority

Very Respectfully
Your Obedt servt
[[signed]] J.C.Casey [[/signed]] Capt. C.S.

Sub: Off: Tampa Jun. 5. 1852

Maj Wassaman
C.S. N.orleans,

Please forward by an early transport say to arrive about July 10. or [[underlined]] sooner, if practicable [[/underlined]]

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checkmark Recd
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  | 60 Bbl Pork | 200 Gall Vinegar
  |114 "[[ditto for Bbl]] Flour  | 200 lbs candles
  |40 Bu. Beans  | 1000 "[[ditto for lbs]] Soap
  |1200 lbs Coffee   | 10 Bu Salt
  |2400 "[[ditto for lbs]] Sugar  | 6 Bbl whisky - and I need to ask yr particular attention to [[underlined]] the flour [[/underlined]] - an article so difficult to procure at this [[?]] of proper quality  Relly
[[signed]] JC.Casey [[.signed]] Capt. C.S.

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Transcription Notes:
most [?] : most convenient - 2394 do 6738 500 Pakatka : cange to Palatka

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