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Messieurs Mills and Hicks. The Late Dismission of Col. Hancock from the Command of the Cadets, with the Dissolusion of that Corps consequent thereon, having occasioned much Speculation, and many imperfect Accounts, in Order to prevent further Misrepresentations you are desir'd to insert the following which may be depended on. Your humble Servant Duncan Ingraham Jun. Clerk By order of the Company. Then follow letters concerning Hancock's removal by Gage, a letter by Hancock stating his dismissal, the company's notice of the same, Hancock's and Gage's letters. We may presume from the office he occupied at this time that Duncan junior's political sentiments were not like his father's. Nathaniel Ingraham had a son named Duncan who excited admiration for his espousal of the cause of the Hungarian refugee Martin Koszta, in 1854, when as commander of a United States sloop of war he sheltered the refugee and cleared the deck for action in the harbor of Trieste. It is