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General Orders, No. 24. By direction of the President the sale of intoxicating liquors ay-military posts and stations in prohibited.

United States Army. Headquarters. Adjutant Generals Office.

Published by Washington:, 1881
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one side of one small octavo sheet as issued, fine; one sentence that launched a thousand cases of the DTs at military posts across the country, this was an unpopular order and it is duly noted that General Drum was issuing it at the command of General Sherman who was only acting on orders from President Hayes (who may well have been acting on orders from his wife). Bookseller Inventory # ZB882056

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Title: General Orders, No. 24. By direction of the ...

Publisher: Washington:

Publication Date: 1881

Book Condition:Fine

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