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Special Orders, No. 27, Extract 68 - Charles Young Will Proceed to Macon Georgia
			
Special Orders,	Headquarters of the Army,
			Adjutant General's Office,
No. 27.		Washington, February 2, 1899.

Extract.

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68. By direction of the Secretary of War, 1st Lieutenant 
Charles Young, 9th U.S. Cavalry, is relieved from duty as 
assistant mustering officer in the State of South Carolina, 
and will proceed to Macon, Georgia, and report to Captain 
Daniel A. Frederick, 7th U.S. Infantry, chief mustering of-
ficer, for duty as assistant mustering officer, acting assistant 
quartermaster, acting commissary of subsistence, and acting 
ordnance officer, in connection with the muster out of service 
of volunteer troops in the State of Georgia.  The travel en-
joined is necessary for the public service.

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By command of Major General Miles:

H.C. Corbin,
Adjutant General.

Headquarters of the Army, Adjutant Generals Office, Official Copy [embossed]

Lt. Charles Young thro:
chief mustering offr.

			
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Special Orders, No. 27, Extract 68 - Charles Young Will Proceed to Macon Georgia


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