|Date||January 22, 1895|
|Scope & Content||
Letter from John S. Mosby to Dr. Aristides Monteiro, January 22, 1895
Physical Appearance: Autographed letter signed from John S. Mosby to Dr. Aristides Monteiro dated January 22, 1895 in Washington, DC. Mosby writes Dr. Monteiro of his disgust with editors and printers, both having "butchered" an article of his in a column, "Once A Week." Mosby describes the text as being about J. E. B. Stuart, claiming Stuart "made me all that I was in the war." "Also ask Joe Bryan if there is any law against killing a printer." He is also anxious to know when the Sheridan article will be published. (See "Letters of J. S. Mosby," pp. 73-74.) 1 pp. Marks: "No. 36." in top margin.
|Creator||Mosby, John S., Col.|
Mosby, John Singleton
Stuart, James Ewell Brown (J. E. B.) (Jeb)
Sheridan, Philip Henry