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Atlanta (Georgia, United States) (search for this): chapter 63
An incident.--Among the excuses offered for exemptions, some are extremely ludicrous. In Smyth county, Va., we learn, one man, in enrolling himself, wrote opposite his name one leg too short. The next man that came in, noticing the excuse, and deeming it pretty good, thought he would make his better, and wrote opposite his name, both legs too short! --Atlanta (Ga.) Intelligencer.
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An incident.--Among the excuses offered for exemptions, some are extremely ludicrous. In Smyth county, Va., we learn, one man, in enrolling himself, wrote opposite his name one leg too short. The next man that came in, noticing the excuse, and deeming it pretty good, thought he would make his better, and wrote opposite his name, both legs too short! --Atlanta (Ga.) Intelligencer.