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" Army, and that in my opinion he is free from all bodily defects and mental infirmity, which would, in any way, disqualify him from performing the duties of a soldier. "
Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States - Page 237
1865
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Regulations for the Government of the Ordnance Department

United States. Army. Ordnance Department - 1852 - 140 pages
...Magistrate. I certify, on honor, that I have carefully examined the above named recruit, and that, in my opinion, he is free from all bodily defects and mental...way, disqualify him from performing the duties of a of Ordnance. AB , Examining Surgeon. I certify, on honor, that I have minutely inspected the recruit...
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Hints on the Medical Examination of Recruits for the Army: And on the ...

Thomas Henderson - Medicine, Military - 1856 - 211 pages
...examined the above-named recruit, agreeably to the General Regulations of the Army, and that in my opinion he is free from all bodily defects, and mental...disqualify him from performing the duties of a soldier." What many of these bodily defects are is comprehensively, and as far as it goes perspicuously condensed...
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Army Regulations

United States. War Department - 1857
...Magistrate. I certify, on honor, that I have carefully examined the above-named recruit, and that, in my opinion, he is free from all bodily defects and mental...way disqualify him from performing the duties of a of ordnance. А. В., Examining Surgeon. I certify, on honor, that I have minutely inspected the recruit,...
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Elements of medical jurisprudence v. 1, Volume 1

Theodric Romeyn Beck - 1860
...drunkard;) and for the recruits being well formed. The responsibility of the medical officer extends to "all bodily defects and mental infirmity which would in any way disqualify the recruit from performing the duties of a soldier." The regulation governing the examining surgeon...
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Revised Regulations for the Army of the United States, 1861 with a Full Index

United States. War Department - Military law - 1861 - 559 pages
.... SM, Magistrate. I certify that I have carefully examined the above-named recruit, and that, in my opinion, he is free from all bodily defects and mental...way disqualify him from performing the duties of a of ordnance. AB, Examining Surgeon. \ certify that I have minutely inspected the recruit, , previously...
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Regulations for the Army of the United States, 1861

United States. War Department - 1861 - 478 pages
...Magistrate. I certify, on honor, that I have carefully examined the above-named recruit, and that, in my opinion, he is free from all bodily defects and mental...way disqualify him from performing the duties of a • of ordnance. AI'., Examining Surgeon. I certify, on honor, that I have minutely inspected the recruit,...
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A Manual of military surgery

Samuel David Gross - 1861 - 186 pages
...candidate for enlistment, are obliged to certify, on honor, that they consider him, in their opinion, to be free from all bodily defects, and mental infirmity, which would, in any way, disqualify him for performing the duties of a soldier. When men become disqualified for service, in consequence of...
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Regulations for the Recruiting Service of the Army of the United States ...

United States. Adjutant-General's Office - 1863 - 101 pages
...examined the abovenamed volunteer, agreeably to the General Regulations of the Army, and that, in my opinion, he is free from all bodily defects and mental...disqualify him from performing the duties of a soldier. , Examining Surgeon. I CERTIFY, ON HONOR, That I have minutely inspected the Volunteer, , previously...
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Revised Regulations for the Army of the United States, 1861: With a Full Index

United States. War Dept - 1862 - 559 pages
...that I have carefully examined the above-named recruit, and that, in my opinion, he is free from nil bodily defects and mental infirmity which would in...way disqualify him from performing the duties of a of ordnance. AB, Examining Surycon. I certify that I have minutely inspected the recruit, , previously...
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A Manual of Military Surgery; Or, Hints on the Emergencies of Field, Camp ...

Samuel David Gross - Surgery, Military - 1862 - 186 pages
...candidate for enlistment, are obliged to certify, on honor, that they consider him, in their opinion, to be free from all bodily defects, and mental infirmity, which would, in any way, disqualify him for performing the duties of a soldier. When men become disqualified for service, in consequence of...
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