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conscript age, one being 47 and the other the rise of 45 that they had sworn to a statement to that effect in Savannah Ga. where all three bailed from and that he, gentleman, was then taking them to the army as substitutes to relieve two relatives. The detective remarked that their cath might be all right but that they were the youngest looking old men he had ever seen. The conversation closed by a request that they would accompany him to the Provost Marshal officer Here, after waiting awhile, they came out and that they had added many years to their lives and were both liable as conscripts. The old man added to the confession the consoling remark, "I told you you would be sketched when you come through Richmond. " An enrolling officer being present they were handed over to him and immediately entered the service. John Williams, the older of the two, joined the navy, and gave his age as 13 years. who preferred the infantry, swore in 30. The old man who their expan the up