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accounts of any event should be given in the same volume. This, to m mind, is a natter of vital importance to our national welfare.
Genera Marcus J. Wright, the War Department agent for collectin Confederate records, was actively engaged in that duty while unde my direction, and there is reason to believe that he will be eminenti successful. His duties are now discharged under the immediate dire tion of the Adjutant-General.
Messrs. Joseph W. Kirkley and A. P. Tasker, of the Adjutant-Gen eral's Office, are most zealous and efficient assistants in my work, per forming much extra duty without additional compensation.
There are now employed in the “ War Records office” two clerk: nineteen copyists, one messenger, and one watchman. Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
ROBERT N. SCOTT, Captain Third Artillery, Brt. Lieut. Col., U. S. A., in charge. The Hon. SECRETARY OF WAR.