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This is to Krasaletzki, to provide for the disbandment of his legion.

That seems to point either to his death or the disbandment of his crew.

Disbandment and readjustment, to a civil basis, was then in order.

It was tantamount to a disbandment of the entire government.

Still, it was hoped that the disbandment of the 34th would put an end to the mutiny.

Under such circumstances there was no alternative but disbandment.

The second from the summer of 1867 to the date of its disbandment in the early part of the year 1869.

Perhaps the most impressive sight of all was the disbandment of workmen from the yards.

The disbandment of mutinous regiments was one of the punitive measures carried out by the Supreme Administration or Command.

A quarter of a century had elapsed after the disbandment of our regiment before I saw the comrade who rode with me from Bull Run.

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