1 edition of A letter from the Secretary of War transmitting results of preliminary examinations and surveys of sites for military posts. found in the catalog.
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Mess sergeants are authorized as follows : a One for each company mess, where detachments of enlisted men of the Marine Corps are regularly organized into companies of substantially the same strength as those of the infantry of the Army, and appear as such upon muster rolls rendered to headquarters and upon pay rolls of the paymaster's department. On August 11, 1890, in reply to a letter of July 2 of that year, the Commissioner of Indian Affairs wrote Mr. Classification of sacred obdects by type isbest done accoroing to each tribe's particular distinctions, tut under most systems it seems probable that the vastmajority of items in museums are not of current significancein the practice of the Native religion.
If the man is again transferred after the transfer of allotment N. Sergeants and corporals on recruiting duty holding recruiting war- rants at the time of discharge are entitled to the bonus for their first reen- listment. Jonathan [Daniels] has agreed to stay with me. Baltinnore M a r y l a n d post' 'oflicO:. 47is made to the proper accounting officer of the Treasury, for debiting on the proper account any charge against any officer or agent intrusted with public property, arising from any loss accruing from his fault, to the Government as to the property so intrusted to him.
While the use of the reservation system in this oountryhas successfully accomplished the intended purpose, the rigidapplication-of this same system, over time, has produced anunintended result. And I remember saying "thank God we don't have such back home".
It should come as no surprise that U. Indians of North Carolina: Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, Transmitting, in Response to a Senate Resolution of June 30, 1914, a Report on the Condition and Tribal Rights of the Indians of Robeson and Adjoining Counties of North Carolina: Electronic Edition.
Army Chemical Corps declared the VX nerve agent ready for production. Grierson sold this idea as a money-saving exercise, while stressing that such a move would delay the completion of the Survey because of the distance from his sources and the time for conducting correspondence between India and Britain.
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1919, and Grierson to Hodson, 31.
Letter of the Secre- tary of the Treasury, transmitting a statement of the re- ceipts and expenditures of the.
The warm friendship and close association which has been ours through many years goes on as before.
The French army lost more than 2,200 killed and 16,000 wounded in the fighting, and thousands more were taken prisoner.