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Department of the West, Headquarters of, changed to Fort Leavenworth...

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resolution providing for payment of claims in the

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of Western Virginia created, 162; extended

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boundaries of, correctly defined, 225; extended

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eastern limits of, extended....

241
of New England temporarily constituted, 165; abrogated.

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of New York created.

168
of New Mexico formed

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of Kansas created, 175; restored as in G. O. 97 of 1861

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of the Missouri formed

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Alton, Illinois, attached to.

391
Colorado and Nebraska included in.

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Mississippi

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of North Carolina constituted..

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of Key West constituted..

223
of the Potomac, Pennsylvania and New Jersey added to

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Gulf constituted........

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South created and commanded by Major General Hunter

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West Florida detached from ...

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forces in, to constitute the Tenth Army Corps.

385
Northwest placed under Major General John Pope.

389
Tennessee, limits of, defined....

409
Department Commanders to organize Boards of Examination

to forward to Adjutant General estimates of Ordnadce 332
not to discharge or accept resignations of Officers appointed
by the President

251
to designate a Military Commander for each city where there
is a General Hospital

256
seizures of Cotton or other property by Officers, to be re-
ported to...

383
Troops belonging to one, passing into another.

246
Depot Quartermaster to provide storage for surplus baggage, etc.

410
Derrick, Brevet Second Lieutenant Clarence, dismissed the service.

83
Deshler, Lieutenant James, dropped from the Rolls of the Army

85
Deserters, Reward for, made Five in lieu of Thirty Dollars

157
Descriptive Lists to be furnished Enlisted Men when separated from Companies,
etc..

217, 246
never to be given to the Men themselves...

327
Detail for Recruiting purposes

153
Detached Officers to advise Adjutant General of their movements and address.. 246
Detachments of Recruits en route to regiments to be furnished with Cooked Rations . 368
Dillon, Lieutenant Edward, dismissed the service.....

79
Discharged Volunteers, within three months after entering service....

91
Discharged, officers absent for more than sixty days on acount of wounds or disease,
to be....

363
Discharges on ground of Minority prohibited

158
Discharge Papers of men in Hospital without Descriptive Lists, etc...

249
not to be given in Duplicate...

327
Discharge of Enlisted men by Medical Inspector General..

257
Discharges of Volunteer Staff by department commanders void unless approved by
President..

252
Dismissed Officers, list of..

458, 460, 469
Disbursements from Recruiting Fund, accounts for....

103
of money to Militia in Missouri, to be made by United States Disburs-
ing Officers..

174

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Disbursing Officers to use only the funds provided by law.....

168
Act to provide for prompt settlement of Accounts of..

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Disbursing Officer of the Recruiting Fund to be assigned to each Depot....

175
Disease existing prior to entering service, Officers absent on account of, to be imme-
diately mustered out....

363
Dix, Major General, assigned to Department of Maryland....

84
to report to Major General McClellan for orders..

259
Dodge, Lieutenant Frederick, dropped from the Rolls...

410
Douglas, Hon. S. A., death of, announced....
Double Ration Posts, Camp Pickett and Fort Chehallis, W. T., announced as.

84
Double Rations to Commandant of fixed post abolished..

96
Draft of Three hundred thousand Militia ordered....

358, 367
Draft, regulations for the Enrollment and..

360
Drafting, how to be conducted......

361
Drafted Men to be formed into Companies and Regiments of Infantry.

361
Drafted Militia, order concerning supplies to...

888
Draper, Simeon, appointed Commissioner under G. O. 92, respecting absent Officers
and Privates ...

353
Draper, Simeon, appointed Provost Marsbal General, War Department...

406
Drake, Captain Alex. E., retired from service.....

444
Drum Major, pay of...

39
Drury, Lieutenant H. M., cashiered...

383
Duplicate Enlistments to be sent to the Adjutant General

180
Duplicate Discharge or Final Statements not to be given by any Officer.

327
Duties of Special Provost Marshals..

394

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Edgar, Surgeon Wm. F., retired from service.....

444
Enlistment of Volunteers who do not speak the English language.

91
of unsound men, penalty for.....

178
Enlistments for Regular Army to be for three years...

101
of Volunteers to be made on forms similar to those of the Regular service.. 279
in Regular Army and Volunteers, Resolution to encourage..

318
inw Regular Army from Volunteer force.......

408, 410
Enlisted men of Volunteers taken Prisoners by the enemy and paroled, to be dis-
charged the service.....

154
separated from their companies, on Detached service, etc., to be pro-
vided with correct Descriptive Lists....

..... 217
not Musicians, serving with Bands, to be returned to their Companies.. 344
absent without proper authority considered Deserters..

296
Engineers, Pioneers, Sappers and Miners, pay of

347
Enrolling Officers, compensation of, under the Draft..

469
Enrollment and Draft, regulations for the.

360
Erving, Colonel John, retired from service..

212
Escorts to Paymasters, appropriation for payment of..

318
Evarts, Lieutenant Theodore, Court Martial proceedings in case of..

155
Examining Surgeons, pay of, etc......

462
Exchange of Prisoners of War, Cartel for..

395
Exchange of Prisoners, rolls for effecting.

411
Major General Hitchcock appointed Commissioner
for the.....

452
Exchanged, list of Officers, as Prisoners of War...

398
Expenses chargeable against Recruiting Fund.

154, 461

to be audited by War Department in
certain cases before payment.....

461

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Express Agency, transportation by, prohibited except in emergency.......

223
Extra Duty men at offices in Washington to be mustered and paid in Detachments... 246
pay of Armorers detailed in Regiments...

453
Extra Clothing to sick and wounded Soldiers...

327
Exempt from Draft, certain persons declared..

361
Extensions of sick Leaves of Absence revoked.

362

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Fay, Private Peter, trial of.......

316
Fay, Private Justus, remission of Sentence in case of..

421
Federal Citizens Prisoners of War, list of, exchanged..

455
Fees to Civil Officers for administering Oath of Enlistment prohibited .

162
Fees of Agents and Attorneys for making out Applications for Pensions, etc.

337
Female Nurses in General Hospitals..
Field and Staff of Volunteer Cavalry....

33
Regiments, when Mustered in

103
Final Statements or Discharge not to be Duplicated ..
Finley, Surgeon General Clement A., placed on Retired List..

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First Lieutenant to be Mustered in with half a Company..

103
Five hundred thousand Volunteers called out...

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Flogging as a Punishment in the Army abolisbed...

98
Forage in Kind, officers to receive the amount of, authorized duriug state of War. 63
to draw....

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Ford, Colonel Thomas H., dismissed the service..

451
Fort Floyd, name of, changed to Fort McLane....

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Fort Churchill and Fort Wise announced as Double Ration Posts.

4
Fort McLane and Fort Fauntleroy

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Fort Adams transferred to control of Navy Department..

31
Fort Hamilton announced as a Chaplain Post...

224
Fort Delaware

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Fort Abercrombie “

168
Fort Pickens, gallantry of the Garrison of, announced in Orders...

217
Fort Garland transferred to Department of New Mexico....

232
Fort Edisto established........

241
Forty cents per day for use and risk of Horse, etc...

88

to Company officers of Cavalry abol.
ished..

345
Foster, Major General J. G., assigned to Eighteenth Army Corps.

472
Frauds in Contracts, act relative to..

351
Free Passes to Officers over Railroads when sent out to Recruit..

163
Freeman, 1st Lieutenant Edmund, retired from service...

213
Fugitives from service, Officers forbidden to employ the Military forces in Returning.. 392
Furloughs not to be given by Captains or Colonels of Regiments..

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to Paroled Prisoners discontinued.

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to Enlisted Men discontinued.....

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Gardner, Captain Franklin, dismissed the service...
Gardner, Colonel John L., retired from service.
Gardiner, Major John W. T.,
Garland, Captain Robert B., dismissed the service..
Garland, Captain John S., retired from service...
Gatsmer, additional Paymaster H. S., dismissed the service..

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General Officers of Volunteers not to take Aides from the Regular Army...

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to make Appointments on their Staff.

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to recommend for Appointment their Chiefs of Staff.... 230
“ three months' Volunteers to be Mustered out.

101
concerning Applications for Appointment of Staff Officers.

471
General Muster of all the troops ordered August 18, 1862.....

352, 364
General Superintendents of Recruiting service for Volunteer forces..

179
General Staff of the Army, additions to....

43
Gibson, Brevet Major General George, death of announced.

164
Giles, Captain Emerson F., restored to service....

472
Godwin, Lieutenant W. J., dismissed the service..

890
Goode, Lieutenant John T.,

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Goodrich, Lieutenant Frank C., restored to Commission..

468
Gordon, Lieutenant Henry, dismissed the service..

460
Government Hospital for treatment of insane Soldiers..

175
Government property disposed of by Soldiers...

412
Governor of New York to commission certain Officers, etc..

155
Governors of States to appoint Field Officers.....

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Surgeons and Assistant Surgeons..

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Medical Boards......

60
to fill vacancies among Commissioned Officers in Volunteer regi-
ments

83
to inform Adjutant General of all Appointments to fill vacancies. 83
to fill vacancies in Engineer Corps.....

99
to organize and prepare Troops for service...

161
to commission Volunteer Officers and authorize Muster in of Ad-
jutant, etc....

161
to raise no more Batteries, Regiments, etc., except upon special
Requisition of War Department.....

178
the legal authorities for raising Volunteer regiments, etc.

238
to Recruit regiments now in the service.....

255
to give Transportation passes to Volunteers returning to their
regiments ....

261, 296
to make known G. 0. 61 of 1862, respecting Disabled Officers.... 262
to appoint Second Lieutenants and Recruiting Officers

315
to have exclusive control of Regiments until organized.

315
to proceed forth with to furnish Quotas under the Draft.

360
to fix number Drafted from each County to complete Quota 362
instructions to, concerning the Draft .....

862
Graham, Major Campbell, retired from service ....

212
Grabam, Brigadier General L. P., appointed Chief of Caralry at Camp of Instruction 260
Grant, Major General U. S., assigned to Department of Tennessee

409
Guild, Assistant Surgeon La Fayette, dismissed the service

79
Guidons and Camp Colors for the Army.

224
Gunboat Fleet transferred to Navy Department

406

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Habeas Corpus, writ of, Suspended in respect to parties liable to Draft absenting them.
selres..

365, 395
Haggerty, Lieutenant James A., Court Martial proceedings in case of....

156
Halleck, Major General H. W., assigned to Command of Department of the Missouri. 175

whole land forces.

363
Hammond, Surgeon General William A., assigned to duty.

255
Hartsuff, Brigadier General George L., assigned to Special duiy in War Department.. 254

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Harrison, Lieutevant J. H., dismissed the service
Hawkins, Major Edgar S., retired from service.
Hays, Surgeon David S., dismissed the service ...
Heads of Departments to report to Congress all Contracts for goods and supplies
Herndon, Assistant Surgeon James C., dropped from the Rolls..
Hewitt, Brigade Surgeon Henry S., ordered to Newport Barracks...
Hitchcock, Major General E. A., announced as Commissioner for exchange of Prison-

ers of War
Hoffman, Lieutenant Colorel, Commissary General of Prisoners Headquarters of,

changed to Detroit.
Holt, Hon. Joseph, appointed Judge Advocate General of the Army
Horse Equipments, of Staff Corps in actual service....

camp and garrison Equipage, statement of cost of
Horses, mounted Officers authorized to take from the Public Stables one or two

of mounted officers to be shod by the Public Blacksmith.
Hospital Accommodations of the sick, plans for the

Supplies, one Wagon to each regiment for transportation of

Tents, not to be diverted from their proper use
Hospitals fresh or preserved Fruits, etc., allowed in

men received in, without Descriptive Rolls...
Hospital Stewards, pay of, increased to Thirty Dollars per month..
Houck, Captain Solomon J., cashiered, 383; revoked ....
Howard, Lieutenant John C., Court Martial proceedings in case of.
Hoxton, Lieutenant L. G., dismissed the service..
Hoy, Recruit Samuel, trial of, by Court Martial
Hunter, Major General D., assigned to command of Department of Kausas
Hunter, Lieutenant N. J., cashiered
Hurlbut, Major General S. A., assigned to Sixteenth Army Corps

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Incomplete Regiments, consolidation of.

367
Independent Organizations, as such, in United States service, not to be hereafter rec-
ognized...

238
Insane of the Military service, directions concerning

175
Inspectors, General, to inspect Bands and discharge members of who are not Musicians 224
Inspection of Cavalry forces previous to Muster-in to comprise test of horsemanship. 365
Commands specially ordered

457
Instructions concerning subsistence and transportation of Drafted Militia

384
respecting duties of Special Provost Marshals

394
Interment of those wbo fall in battle ..

248
of Officers
appropriation for payment of expenses of

318
Invalid or disabled Officers to be detailed for Recruiting service......

261
able to travel, to report without delay at certain points . 262
Pensions, applicants for, to be examined by Civil Surgeons

337
Investigating Committee, Department of the West, Claims before the..

217
Inventory of kind and condition of Arms to be made by Company Commanders, etc. 241
Ives, First Lieutenant J. C., dismissed the service.....

218

J.

Jackson, Lieutenant Andrew, dism.issed the service...
Jacobs, Surgeon Ferris,
Jordan, Captain Thomas, Court Martial proceedings in case of.
Johns, Captain William B., dismissed the service....

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