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Austria (Austria) (search for this): article 3
Gen. Casey's papers --A number of the official papers of Gen. Casey, General commanding Division of the Yankee army, were captured by our men on Sunday last. From severs surficial reports of regiments in the division it appears that few regiments number men, and they are chiefly armed with Enfield and Austrian rifles. One report accuses Maj. Dodge, of the 87th New York, of interfering to prevent a change of two companies in his regiment to another in the brigade. As the Major was "brought in" Sunday, it isn't likely that any trial of the accusation will take place.
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Gen. Casey's papers --A number of the official papers of Gen. Casey, General commanding Division of the Yankee army, were captured by our men on Sunday last. From severs surficial reports of regiments in the division it appears that few regiments number men, and they are chiefly armed with Enfield and Austrian rifles. One report accuses Maj. Dodge, of the 87th New York, of interfering to prevent a change of two companies in his regiment to another in the brigade. As the Major was "brought in" Sunday, it isn't likely that any trial of the accusation will take place.
Gen. Casey's papers --A number of the official papers of Gen. Casey, General commanding Division of the Yankee army, were captured by our men on Sunday last. From severs surficial reports of regiments in the division it appears that few regiments number men, and they are chiefly armed with Enfield and Austrian rifles. One report accuses Maj. Dodge, of the 87th New York, of interfering to prevent a change of two companies in his regiment to another in the brigade. As the Major was "brought in" Sunday, it isn't likely that any trial of the accusation will take place.
Gen. Casey's papers --A number of the official papers of Gen. Casey, General commanding Division of the Yankee army, were captured by our men on Sunday last. From severs surficial reports of regiments in the division it appears that few regiments number men, and they are chiefly armed with Enfield and Austrian rifles. One report accuses Maj. Dodge, of the 87th New York, of interfering to prevent a change of two companies in his regiment to another in the brigade. As the Major was "brouGen. Casey, General commanding Division of the Yankee army, were captured by our men on Sunday last. From severs surficial reports of regiments in the division it appears that few regiments number men, and they are chiefly armed with Enfield and Austrian rifles. One report accuses Maj. Dodge, of the 87th New York, of interfering to prevent a change of two companies in his regiment to another in the brigade. As the Major was "brought in" Sunday, it isn't likely that any trial of the accusation will take place.