Charles Aleshire to Joseph Aleshire,
22 October 1867
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in writing. Among the questions
asked by the Inspector General
were the following answers
the Colonel being present at
the time. (Col. G.)
Question. "Is the means of trans-
portation under your charge and
for which you are responsible
made use of for private purposes",
(My answer) "It is"
Question, "By whom is it used
for private purposes,"
(My answer) "By Bub. Col. Gibson
the post Commander"
I then laid before the inspector
General the order forbidding me
to use the transportation for any
purpose without the permission
of the post Commander Col. G.
issued an order in less than
to CHARLES C. ALESHIRE LETTERS
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