NY Times, 4 July 1888, pg. 1

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m pro- . It depart- Is trana-portatlua; . . f ; I ' ' ' I Tbo order granting Lieut. -Cot H. M. Lazelle, Twenty-third Infantry, j CO daya' leave of absence baa been commented tapon a foreshadowing a request that at the ex- Juration of the UO days he should bo re-ieved from duty in charge of the office of publication of the rebellion records. This is emphatically denied at the War Department. The leave waa granted bim upon his own application,! in which ! he stated that his work was throe months i ahead of the printer and that he preferred I his leave Just at this time. He did not indicate in any. way that be desired to be relieved at the ; end of the leave, and will resume bis 'duties in September. CoL Lazello's friends say that jhe ia very much dissatisfied with the j office and has been greatly annoyed by the attacks made upon bis administration of its affairs, m They say it is very probable that CoL Lazelle will ask to be relieved, but that he lean retain his present duty aa long aa he desires, there being no disposition on the part of the War Department authorities to relievo htm. The United State district Attorney for this of b Oae th of

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  1. The New York Times,
  2. 04 Jul 1888, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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