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Money for furloughed and discharged soldiers.

--The act of Congress of October 2d, 1862, provides that Quartermasters may administer the oath to furloughed or discharged soldiers passing through this city, provided with a ‘"descriptive list"’ or ‘"final statement"’ They can thus draw their pay without going to the extra expense of $1 for the services of Notary Publics.

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