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to settle. In the annual report of Adjutant-General Schouler (January, 1862) it was expressly staf, therefore, the first statement of Adjutant-General Schouler was correct, Captain Allen's Abingto as was proper. Narrative of S. M. Felton, Schouler, I, 101. Official Records, II, 582. The phrmpending troubles. Letter of J. M. Forbes, Schouler, I, 132. It is a curious fact, but charac See the whole of this singular epistle in Schouler, I, 167. Compare also Schouler, II, 10. It iSchouler, II, 10. It is plain from this that the loyal governors had to raise troops at the outset under the direct discou Massachusetts, to which the second volume of Schouler's history is devoted, without recognizing thawere received that they would be accepted. Schouler, I, 168. The 1st (Colonel Cowdin) left the Stson's Bar, James River, Va., July 28, 1862.) (Schouler, I, 308.) but it leaves the question still opAndrew, Governor and Commander-in-Chief. William Schouler, Adjutant-General. [General orde[23 more...]