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“MONSIEUR LE PRINCE KOUTOUZOV: I am sending one of my adjutants-general to discuss several interesting questions with you.”
“This son of a Swiss porter is now one of Bonaparte's adjutants-general, a colonel of the Gendarmes d'Elite, a general of brigade in the army, and a commander of the Legion of Honour; all these places he owes, not to valour or merit, but to abjectness, immorality, and servility.”
“He was attended by his staff, composed of General G.W. Cullum, U.S. Engineers, as his chief of staff; Colonel George Thom, U.S. Engineers; and Colonels Kelton and Kemper, adjutants-general.”
“At the same time Lawrence Washington procured for his brother, then only nineteen years of age, an appointment as one of the adjutants-general of Virginia, with the rank of major.”
“And Lawrence followed this up by persuading the governor of the colony to appoint George as one of the adjutants-general of Virginia.”
“That the Adjutant and Inspector-General's department shall consist of two assistant adjutants-general with the rank of lieutenant-colonel, two assistant adjutants-general with the rank of major, and four assistant adjutants-generals with the rank of captain.”
“That the President be and he is hereby authorized to appoint for the volunteer forces in the Confederate service as many assistant adjutants-general as the service may require, whose rank shall correspond with the rank of the assistant adjutants-general in the regular army, and who shall receive the same pay and allowances, according to their respective grades”
“Of assistant adjutants-general for volunteers ... ..”
“That the Adjutant and Inspector-General's department shall consist of one adjutant and inspector-general with the rank of colonel, * four assistant adjutants-general with the rank of major, and four assistant adjutants-general with the rank of captain.”
“For appointment of assistant adjutants-general for volunteer forces, see 98.”
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