Charles Aleshire to Joseph Aleshire, 22 October 1867
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in the letter. I said nothing but
went to my office and addressed
an official letter to the Post Adjt
informing him that I could not
fix the Colonels house without
a written order. That I had plenty
of money and all that was wanted
was the order authorizing the ex-
penditure. I heard nothing from
the letter until within a few days.
but I will refer to it again in
the course of my letter. for the
present I will have to take up
another subject. the course
of my first arrest by Old
Baldy.
     Col. G. had been in the habit
of excusing men from duty over my
head. one day I concluded that
I would not submit to it any
longer without protesting. So
 


 

 

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RETURN to CHARLES C. ALESHIRE LETTERS

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