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Items of Interest
Colonel Garlington of the commissary department claims to have collected opinions of three hundred and seventy-six officers and one hundred and sixty-three enlisted men concerning the canned roast beef, which he classifies as follows:—
Twenty-three officers and one man pronounced it "good or excellent," twenty-five officers and two men "fair or good with exceptions," twenty-six officers and eleven men "mostly had or unfit," three hundred and two officers and one hundred and forty-nine men "entirely bad or unfit."
He groups the opinions of officers and men on the refrigerated beef as follows:—
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