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Adjutant and Inspector General Reports

1864 Report

Naval Credits

Under the provisions of the Act of Congress approved July 1, 1864, allowing all enlistments into the naval service during the present war to be credited to the appropriate township in the same manner as enlistments for the army, the Governor of this State and Brig. Gen. T. G. Pitcher, A. A. Provost Marshal General for the State, were appointed by the War Department to be Commissioners to ascertain to what credit the State of Vermont was entitled from this source. Due notice having been given to the towns, the Commissioners met at Burlington on the 24th of August, and awarded credits, to the number of 103, which have been duly entered to the credit of the several towns entitled and appear in the foregoing statements.

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