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[George Armstrong]

The Illustrated London News, vol. 44, no. 1249, p. 291.

March 19, 1864

George Armstrong, a private of the 30th British Regiment, stationed in Canada, who took advantage of his leave of absence to cross to the American side, enlist there, receive the bounty, and then return to his regiment boasting of his rascality, has been tried by court-martial and sentenced to be drummed out of the service, and afterwards imprisoned for two years.

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