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Majors. 1 Augustus II. Seward. 6 Stepben D. Carpenter

N. Y... N. Y..... Parmaster.
Ne..... Me...... Capt. 1 ipf.

Captains.
15 Alvan C. Gillem.....
26 Samuel H. Reynolds..
38 Henry W. Clossom...
48 Augustus II. Plummer
61 James B. McPherson.
63 Jeremiah H. Gilman..
78 Edmund L. Smith....
88 Jobn H. Farquhar..
98 Charles W. Green.
108 Francis Fessenden..
117 John Tucker. jr..
126 Charles 1). Murray.
135 R. D. Nussey.
143 Lewis Wilson.
161 Veres N. Smith..

Tenn... Tenn.... 1 lt. 1 art.
Va. Va.... 1 lt. 1 inf.
Vt... Vt. I lt. 1 art.
Ohio....l'a... I lt. 7 inf.
Ohio....Ohio...

ili, engs. Me. lie.. 1 lt. 1 art.

Volunt'rs
Ind..
R. I...
Me....
N. Y....
Ind...
Ohio.
Volunt'rs
Kansas,.

First Litutenants.

10 Orlando H. Moore.... 1 lt. 6 inf. 2 dlar. 61 Pa...... Mich ... 16 Samuel S. Carroll. 1 lt. Jo inf. 2.1 Apr. 1). C.... 1. C..... 17 Arthur s.Cunningb'm 1 lt. 10 int. 1 Mar.

Va.. 1. C.....2 lt. 10 inf. 40 Oliver P'. Gooding....

Ind. Iud. 70 Byron G. Damels..

N. Y. 81 Frenk S. Brown...

Mass 92 ('ummings

N. Y., 103 Robert W. Barnard..

D. C.. 113 Iloward E Stansbury

Minu.. 123 Egbert Phelpe...

Vt.... 133 Augustus Boyd.

l'a... 142 Jacob Jones...

Volunt'rs 151 John l'. Elr..

Volunt'rs! 160 Matthew Jack...

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II.-The number prefixed to the name of each of the officers in the above list indicates his rank ainong those of the same grade.

III. - Acceptance, or non-acceptavre of appointments, and, in case of acceptance, his birthplace, aye, and residence when appomted, iogether with his full name, will be promptly reported by each officer to the Adjutant-General of the Army.

Iv.-The officers of each regiment will be assigned to battalions and companies by their respective Colonels. The letters of companies will be the same in each battalion of infantry, running down from A to H, inclusive, and no further.

'V. The newly appointed officers will lose no time in making themselves thoroughly acquainted with the army regulations, the tactics of their several arms, and the various duties of their profession: None will nominated for commissions to the Senate, who have not proved themselves, meantime, to be both worthy and capable of commanding the brave men under them. That the department may be enabled 10 form a proper judgment on this delicate point, ull commanding officers-those of regiments and battalions more particularly-will forward to this oflice, in time to reach it by the 15th of July next, a statement, on honor, of the moral, mental, and plrysical qualifications for the service, of each one of the officers belonging to their command.

VI.—The recruiting for the new regiments will be commenced immediately, and be conducted under the superintendence of their Colonels, or Lieutenant Colonels (as may be hereafter determined) in the States adjoining the headquarters of each regiment. All officers will accordingly, by letter or in person, report forth with for orders to their respective Colonels. The headquarters of the different regiments are established at the following places, viz:

or the 3d Cavalry, at Pittsburg, Pa.
of the 5th Artillery, at Harrisburg, Pa.
of the 11th Infantry, at Fort Independence, Boston Harbor, Mass.
of the 12th Infantry, at Fort Hamilton, New York Harbor, N. Y.
Of the 13th Infantry, at Jefferson Barracks, Jo.
Of the 14th Infantry, at Fort Trumbull, Conn.
of the 15th Infantry, at Wheeling, Va.
of the 16th Infantry, at Chicago, Iu.
of the 17th Infantry, at Fort Preble, Portland Harbor, Me.
Of the 18th Infantry, at Columbus, Ohio.

of the 19th Infantry, at Indianapolis Ind. Estimates for blanks and funds for the recruiting service of each regiment, will be at once prepared and forwarded to this office by the different Colonels. Bx ORDER ;

L. THOMAS, adjutant General.

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exchanged or returned. Horses of mounted officers shall be sliod by the public farrier or blacksmith.

IV.—Thic Superintendency of the General Recruiting Service of the Western Department is hereby abolished, and Licut. Col. Burbank, Thirteenth Infantry, wi'l repair to Jefferson Barracks, Mo., and superintend the recruiting of his regiment. Officers recruiting in the Western Department, including the commander of Newport Barracks, Ky., will hereafter make their returns to the Superintendent of the General Recruiting Service of the Eastern Department stationed at Fort Columbus, New York Harbor. BY ORDER :

L. THOMAS, Adjutant General.

General Orders, WAR DEP'T, ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE,
No. 37.

Washington, June 25, 1861. It having been ascertained to the satisfaction of this department that Captain Dabney H. Maury, Assistant Adjutant General, Captain Carter L. Stevenson, 5th Infantry, and 20 Lieutenant Edward Dillon, 6th Infantry, entertain and have expressed treasonable designs against the Government of the United States, their names will be stricken from the rolls of the Army. BY ORDER:

L. THOMAS, Adjutant General.

General Orders,

War Dep't, ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE,
No. 38.

Washington, June 27, 1861. I.—Those volunteers who are now in the service of the United States for a longer period than three months, will be mustered for payment to include the 30th of June, 1861. Their officers are cautioned that the troops cannot be paid upon Muster-in rolls, and that rolls, proper for this purpose, will be sent to them, which when filled up, they will return to the Paymaster General in this city, that pay rolls may be made therefrom.

II.-The existing regulations upon the subject of the appointment of Sutlers in the Army are bereby rescinded, and henceforth these appointments will be made by the Secretary of War. BY ORDER:

L. THOMAS, Adjutant General.

General Orders, WAR DEP'T, ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE.
No. 39.

Washington, July 1, 1861. 1.—No Volunteer will be discharged upon Surgeon's certificate of disability until the certificate shall have been submitted to the Medical Director, and shall have been approved and countersigned by him.

II.-Captain John McNab, 10th Infantry, having while in command of Fort Laramie, given satisfactory evidence of his disloyalty to the Government, the President directs that his name be stricken from the Rolls of the Army. He also directs that the name of Assistant Surgeon Lafayette Guild, Medical Staff, be stricken from the Rolls for refusing to renew his oath of allegiance.

III.-Chaplains of New York Volunteer Regiments mustered into service for two years, will receive the pay and allowances that are granicd to Chaplains of three years' Regiments. BY ORDER :

L. THOMAS, Adjutant General.

General Orders, War DEP'T, ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE,
No, 40.

Washington, July 3, 1861. I.-The State of Illinois and the States and Territories rest of the Mississippi river, and on this side of the Rocky Mountains, including New Mexico, will, in future, constitute a separate military command, to be known as the Western Department, under the command of Major General Fremont, of the United States Army, Headquarters at St. Louis.

II.-It having been ascertained to the satisfaction of this Department that 1st Lieutenant John Thomas Goode, 4th Artillery, entertains and has expressed treasonable designs against the Government of the United States, his name will be stricken from the Rolls of the Army. BY ORDER:

L. THOMAS, Adjutant General

General Orders, War Dep't, ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE,
No. 41.

Il’ashington, July 3, 1861. The following named Cadets, graduates of the Military Academy, are attached to the Army with the Brevet of Second Lieutenant, or, in regiments where there are vacancies, with the full rank of Second Lientenant, in conformi. ty with the fourth section of the act approved April 29, 1812, as follows:

CORPS or ENGINEERS. 1. Cadet Patrick H. O'Rorke, to be Brevet Second Lieutenant, June 24, 1861.

2. Cadet Francis U. Farqubar, to be Brevet Second Lieutenant, June 24, 1861.

3. Cadet Arthur H. Dutton, to be Brevet Second Lieutenant, June 24, 1861.

4. Cadet Clarence Derrick, to be Brevet Second Lieutenant, June 24, 1861.

CORPS OF TOPOGRAPHICAL ENGINEERS. 9. Cadet Alfred Mordecai, to be Brevet Second Lieutenant, June 24, 1861.

ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT. 5. Cadet Daniel W. Flagler, to be Brevet Second Lieutenant, June 24, 1861.

6. Cadet Thomas C. Bradford, to be Brevet Second Lieutenant, June 24, 1861.

7. Cadet Richard M. Hill, to be Brevet Second Lieutenant, June 24, 1861.

8. Cadet William H. Harris, to be Brevet Second Lieutenant, June 24, 1861.

FIRST REGIMENT OF DRAGOONS. 10. Cadet David H. Buel, to be Brevet Second Lieutenant, June 24, 1861. [Company

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