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drop-title] Memorial and remonstrance of Col. A. R. Woolley, stating that he had been unjustly dismissed from the military service, and praying the interposition of Congress in obtaining justice, &c. December 27, 1831. Referred to the Committee on Military Affairs, and ordered to be printed.

Woolley, A. R., & Edmund P. Gaines.

Published by [Washington, 1831
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Lt. Col. Woolley appeals his dismissal from the service for excessive flogging of a soldier for a minor offense. Brvt. Maj. Gen. Edmund P. Gaines argues, in his report on the general courts martial of Woolley and Col. Chambers, that the irregularity of having them tried by junior officers could have been avoided. Thus, "the proceedings against them having been contrary to law, are void; or they are voidable by the lawful interposition of the President of the United States." Government document: 22d Congress, 1st Session. 10. 8vo. 4 pp. Removed from a nonce volume; two holes in inner margin, not touching text. Lightly spotted. Ink numeral at top margin of p. [1]. Bookseller Inventory # 18299

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