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[60] Mr. John Graeme, one of the associate editors of the Whig, being a member of the organization.

The result of it all was that with my consent (though I had throughout favored Colonel Pendleton's proposition) the ‘Home Guard’ was disbanded, and its guns, horses, harness and entire equipment, completed or in preparation, was turned over to the Governor to be placed at General Johnston's disposal. I have the honor to be your obedient servant,

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