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    George Bancroft U.S. Naval Department Letters (2) Signed, with a printed Naval Department circular and a printed General Naval Order. All concern a court-martial (except the circular) and are dated 1845. The two signed letters (one partially-printed) are written to Naval Captain George W. Storer.

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    The General Naval Order concerns a naval court-martial for Lieutenant Robert E. Johnson at the U.S. naval Asylum in Philadelphia. Eight charges are listed against Johnson, who served as the executive officer of the asylum.



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