Capt. August V. Kautz (Sixth U.S. Cvalry; Colonel Second Ohio Vol. Cavalry); The Company Clerk: Showing How and When to Make Out All the Returns, Reports, Rolls, and Other Papers, and What To Do With Them. How to keep all the books, records, and accounts required in the administration of a company, troop, or battery in the Army of the United States. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1863, First Printing. Brown cloth hc with two-tone gilt eagle on front, blind-stamped design over covers and blind-stamped eagle on back, 12mo (18 cm), 142 pp with index. Clerks' book includes abbreviations used and tables for everything issued to soldiers, from muskets to canteen straps, coffee to sperm [whale] candles, prices of small arms and their components, and how much of certain items were allowed among companies. Ex-library (Good)/no DJ: ex-library with stickers and minor markings, corners wearing, 2-inch stain on rear corner with part of spine board showing, small residue or rubbed spot on front, pages crisp.