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HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE SOUTH, ATLANTA, GEORGIA, October 30, 1868. SPECIAL ORDERS } (Extract.) No. 73 } * * * * * * III.--So much of the sentence of General Court Martial in the case of PATRICK DOYLE, late private of Company L, 5th Cavalry, promulgated in General Orders No. 108, series of 1867, Headquarters Second Military District, as relates his confinement, is, on the recommendation of the Acting Judge Advocate of the Department, mitigated to confinement at hard labor at Fort Macon, North Carolina, for the period of two years, to date from October 23, 1868. * * * * * * BY ORDER OF MAJOR GENERAL MEADE: R. C. DRUM, Assistant Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: ^[[C D Emory]] A. D. C. ^[[C. O. Dist of. North Carolina]]
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