Letter from James Arlington Bennet, 24 October 1843

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P. S. As the Officer of the Inspector General confers no command on me being a mere honor[ar]y title, if therefore there is any gentleman in who would like to fill it in a practical way I shall with great pleasure & good will resigned it to him by receiving advice from you to that effect. It is an office that should be filled by some scientific Officer. [p. [3]]
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P. S. As the Officer of the Inspector General confers no command on me being a mere honorary title, if therefore there is any gentleman in who would like to fill it in a practical way I shall with great pleasure & good will resign it to him by receiving advice from you to that effect. It is an office that should be filled by some scientific Officer. [p. [3]]
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