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Clinton Courier (NY)
Clinton Courier (NY)
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Description: Asst. Engineer Charles G. Talcott Kills Self;
To Publish War Records

Date: July 31 1889

Newspaper published in: Clinton, NY

Source: http://www.fultonhistory.com

Page/Column: Page ?, Columns 1 & 4

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BRIEF EXTRACTS
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A SUMMARY OF THE WEEKS IMPORTANT DOINGS
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The News Itself, Clipped, Culled, Condensed and
Presented Without Padding or Flowers and with a Special
Concern for the Convenience of an Every Busy Public.
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Assistant Engineer Charles G. Talcott, U. S. N., shot and killed himself on the cruiser Atlanta because a medical board refused to relieve him from duty on account of ill health.

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To Publish War Records
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WASHINGTON, July 29.Mr. Joseph W. Kirkley of this city has been appointed to the position of civilian expert member of the board on the publication of the rebellion records. The board as now constituted consists of Maj. George R. Davis of the army and Messrs. Lucien Perry and J. W. Kirkley. The salary of the civilian experts has been fixed by the secretary of war at $3,500 per annum. The selection of Mr. Kirkley for the position is a most excellent one, as he is thoroughly familiar with the work and is a careful and painstaking official. He has been employed in the adjutant generals office for a number of years.

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