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Washington, June 9th, 1866.

No. 274. }


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3. So much of Special Orders, No. 236, May 18th, 1866, from this Office, as suspended for twenty days so much of Special Orders, No. 212, May 8th, 1866, from this Office, as directed 2d Lieutenant F. H. Beecher, 3d 
U. S. Infantry, to report in person, without delay, to the Commanding Officer, Fort Columbus, New York Harbor, to assist in conducting recruits to the Military Division of the Mississippi, after which he would proceed to join his regiment at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, is hereby further suspended for twenty days from June 6th, 1866.

Lieutenant Beecher will hold himself in readiness for orders to proceed to North Carolina, as a witness before a General Court Martial, to convene at Raleigh.
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By command of Lieutenant-General Grant:
Assistant Adjutant General.


[[signature]] ^[[R. Williams]] [[/signature]]
Assistant Adjutant General.

^[[Assistant Commissioner
Bureau of R. F. and A. L.
for North Carolina
thro General Howard.]]

[[stamp]] BUREAU R. F. & A. L. * WASHINGTON * REC'D JUN 11 1866 [[/stamp]]

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Corrected "By command of. . .Sec of War" to "Lt Gen Grant" Please be careful when cutting and pasting.

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