From the Richmond Dispatch, 11/10/1866, p. 1, c. 5

TROOPS PAID OFF. – The Eleventh United States infantry, at Camp Grant, were paid off yesterday by Colonel Stanton, United States Paymaster; and as soldiers are proverbial for the liberal use of their funds, we shall in a day or two have a considerable quantity of greenbacks added to our circulation.

We learn that the private soldiers of the regiment voluntarily subscribed a very handsome sum of money to Father O’Keife as a testimonial of their appreciation of the services he rendered in camp during the prevalence of cholera there in August and September.

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