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Adjutant and Inspector General Reports
STATE OF VERMONT
Adjutant and Inspector General's Office.
Woodstock, December 13, 1864.
Special Order No. 11.
1. So much of General Order No. 1 of The Governor of Vermont, dated November 29, 1864, as assigned one company of militia to be raised in the towns of Bridport and Shoreham,--one company in the towns of Orwell, Whiting, Leicester and Goshen,--one company in the towns of Cornwall and Salisbury, in the Third Military District of the State, as designated in said Order, is hereby revoked.
2. Companies are to be raised from said towns, as follows:From the towns of Orwell and Shoreham, -- one company.
From the towns of Cornwall and Bridport,--one company.
From the towns of Salisbury, Leicester, Whiting and Goshen,--one company.
By Order of the Governor, PETER T. WASHBURN Adjutant and Inspector General