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CD: Report of the Adjutant General of the State of New Hampshire

by Adjutant General of New Hampshire

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The Adjutant General submitted to the Governor of the state of New Hampshire a comprehensive review of the numerical strength of the State Militia, the public property on hand and records of the heroism, suffering and services of the soldiery of the State. The report includes the roster of Volunteer Militia; abstracts of property purchased, transferred, lost or destroyed and in possession of the Volunteer Militia and other independent organizations; lists of encampments, camp equipage, battle flags and companies organized during the year of the report; inspection reports; Militia law; an address by Governor Smyth; and testimonials. A subject index makes it easy to find information throughout the report.

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