B910 105th PA Pass

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B910 105th PA Pass

117.50

This is a most interesting 7¾ x 5¾" document dated March 1st 1862 giving T. S. Hodgson permission to pass over any bridge or ferry to Virginia and within the lines and back for the purpose of joining [his] regiment. This was a one-day pass issued by command of A Porter and signed by C. O. McChaffey, Aide-de-Camp. Hodgson also signed it swearing that in availing himself of the "benefits of the above pass…do solemnly affirm that I am a true and loyal citizen of the United States; and that I will not give aid, comfort, or information to the enemies of the United States Government in any manner whatsoever." The pass is in good condition with a bit of age discoloration at the old folds where it was carried, probably, in Hodgson's wallet. 

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