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Executive Mansion,Washington, Sept. 26, 1862. Major John J. Key.--Sir: I am informed that in answer to th [Endorsed as follows:] Copy delivered to Major Key at 10.23 A. M., September 27, 1862. John Hay. At about 11 o'clock A. M., September 27, 1862, Major Key and Major Turner appeared before me. Major Turner say did not bag them after the battle of Sharpsburg ? Major Key's reply was: That was not the game; that we shouldmination Major Turner says he has frequently heard Major Key converse in regard to the present trouble and neverom the United States, to utter such sentiments as Major Key is within proved to have done. Therefore, let MajMajor John J. Key be forthwith dismissed from the military service of the United States. A. Lincoln. The fmissal at the War Department. At the interview of Major Key and Major Turner with the President, Major Key didMajor Key did not attempt to controvert the statement of Major Turner; but simply insisted, and sought to prove, that he was