From James Boyer to A. Comingo

Title: From James Boyer to A. Comingo
Creator: James M. Boyer
Description: On December 22, 1863, James Boyer, Deputy Provost Marshal for Chariton County, Missouri, writes from Brunswick, Missouri, to Capt. A. Comingo, Provost Marshal for the 6th District of Missouri, in Lexington, Missouri. Boyer expresses concern that a number of deserters he arrested were exonerated after being delivered to the authorities at Macon City, Missouri. Boyer believes that the soldiers should have been found guilty of deserting, and declares, "there is no use in having a law if it is not lived up to."
Date original: December 22, 1863
Document Type: military_document
Publication Statement: RG110: MO 4357 (Provost Marshal General's Bureau); Box 9, "Letters Received 1863"
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Page Type: Digital Repository Object
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