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[234] rank of major during his illness. On the death of Major Booth, Captain Charles P. Bolles assumed command, until LieutenantColo-nel J. A. DeLagnel was placed in command, which was, I think, about three weeks. Colonel DeLagnel only remained at the post about six months, when he returned to the field again in Virginia. He was relieved at the arsenal by Lieutenant-Colonel F. L. Childs, who continued in command until the close of the war.

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