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George Knox Transcript

Lewiston Daily Evening Journal
January 10, 1863
Rev. Mr. Knox, Chaplain of the 10th Maine, brought to Lewiston $2883 – allotted by fifty-six members of Co. K, (Capt. Nye) Lewiston, for their families.  Persons having friends in this company will obtain their allotments if any are sent, by calling on A.J. Cole, Esq. at the Porter Mill.  The friends of Co. K, 10th Maine, extend their thanks to Mr. Knox, for his kindness in forwarding the allotments to this place.  As usual, Co. K, is the banner company in the 10th in respect of allotments – no other Company having done so well.  The amount now received does not embrace the allotments of the whole company, considerable having been sent in other ways.