Charles Aleshire to Joseph Aleshire, 22 October 1867
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timate for said funds and make
the repairs detailed in his latter.
"Repairing and plastering the
Commanding Officers house
was disapproved and of course
no funds were appropriated
for this purpose,
    Among the repairs allowed
was "Plastering and repairing
the mens barrack," Col. G.
felt quite sore that he could
not have his house fixed as
he anticipated and I suppose
he thought I was a little soft
and the he would direct
me to fix his house at any
rate. without giving me a
written order under the re-
quired regulation of the Q.
M. Dept. He accordingly told
me to go to work and fix his
house that it was necessary
to keep him comfortable and that
I would have to do it even if
the Q.M. Gen. did disallow it.
 


 

 

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RETURN to CHARLES C. ALESHIRE LETTERS

Created by Lisle Brown, Curator, Special Collectionss
2005, Special Collections, Marshall University