Title: The Argonaut
Year: 1877 (1870s)
Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : Argonaut Pub. Co.
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: California State Library Califa/LSTA Grant
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Army and Navy,The latest personal notes relative to armyand navy people who are or have~been stationed at Pacific Coast points: Rear-Admiral William T. Swinburne, U. S.X., now commanding the Second Squadron ofthe Pacific Fleet, will on July 31 succeedCommander-in-Chief James H. Dayton andtransfer his flag from the Charleston to theWest Virginia. Colonel Joseph Y. Duncan. U. S. A., whohas been ordered to Washington to assumethe duties of chief of infantry, will have hisstay in this city extended to the fifth ofAugust. Lieutenant-Colonel George B. Davis, deputycommissary-general, U. S. A., is detailed aschief commissary of the camp of instructionto be held at American Lake. Major William S. Martin, Eighteenth In-fantry, U. S. A., upon his arrival at SanFrancisco, is ordered to report in person tothe commanding general. Department of Cali-fornia, for temporary duty. Major E. Eveleth Winslow, U. S. A., whohas been attached to the office of chief en-gineers at the school at Washington Bar
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