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on the accompanying list to be assistant quartermasters, with the rank of captain in
the Provisional Army of the Confederate States of America.

JEFFERSON DAVIS.

Confederate States of America, War Department,

Richmond, May 36, 1864.

Sm: I have the honor to recommend tiie following nominations for appointment
in the Provisional Army of the Confederate States of America:

AxsistanI (juatirrinanlers — cajAains.

Isaac A. Clarke, of Arkansas, for duty with Second Creek Regiment, Trans-Missis-
sippi Dejiartment, vice Capt. .Tohn Barnwell, resigned, to date from Septendjer 1, 1863.
1.. G. Fisher, of Texas, for duty with Seventh Texas Cavalry Regiment, Trans-
Mississippi Department (an original vacancy), to date from September 1, 1863.
1 am, sir, respectfuUv, vour obedient servant,

■ ' JAMES A. SEDDON,

Secretary of War.

To His Excellency Jefferson Davis,

President, etc.

The message was read.

Ordered., That it be referred to the ('ommittee on Military Affairs.

CONFEtERATK StATES OF AMERICA, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT,

Richmond, May 28, 1864.
To the Senate of the Confederate Slates: '

Agreeably to the recommendation of the Secretary of War, I nominate the officers
on the accomi)aiiying list to be artillery ofliccrs, umler act approved January 22,
1862, with the rank of major in the Provisional Army ol the Confederate States of
America.

JEFFERSON DAVIS.

Confederate States of America, War Department,

Richmond, May 26, 1864.
Sir: I have the honor to recommend the following nominations for appointment
in the Provisional Army of the Confederate States of America:

artillery OFFICERS, UNDER ACT AI'I'ROVED .lANUARV 22, 1862.

M(ijor.'<.

Sidney T. Fontaine, of Texas, to take rank from September 1, 1863.
George R. Wilson, of Texas, to take rank from September 1, 1863.
I am, sir, respectfuUv, your obedient servant,

JAMES A. SEDDON,

Secretary of War.
To His Excellency Jefferson Davis,

President, etc.

The message was read.

Ordered^ That it be referred to the Connnittee on Military Affairs.



Mar 30, 1864.] • SENATE. 115

Confederate States of America, Executive Department,

I'iclnnond, May oO, IS64.
To the Senate of the Corifederate tStatei^:

Agreeably to the recommendation of the Secretary of War, I nominate the officers
on tiie accoinpanyihg list for promotion in the Provisional Army of the Confederate
States of America.

JEFFERSON DAVIS.

Confederate States of America, War Department,

Richmond, May ^-'5, 1864.
Sir: I have the honor to recommend the following nominations for promotion in
the Provisional Army of the Confederate States of America:

Colonels.

Lieut. Col. W. D. Mitchell, of Georgia, to be colonel Twenty-ninth Georgia
Regiment, vice Colonel Young, resigned, to rank from January 19, 1864.

Lieut. Col. T. P. Shaw, of South Carolina, to be colonel Nineteenth South Caro-
lina Regiment, vice Colonel Lythgoe, killed, to rank from December 31, 1862.

Lieutenant-colonels.

Maj. W. W. Billopp, of (Georgia, to be lieutenant-colonel Twenty-ninth Georgia
Regiment, vii'e Lieutenant-Colonel Mitchell, promoted, to rank from January 19,
1864.

Maj. E. G. Brasher, of Arkansas, to be lieutenant-colonel Second Arkansas Regi-
ment, vice Lieutenant-Colonel Warfield, promoted, to rank from April 26, 1864.

Majors.

Capt. J. J. Owen, of Georgia, to be major Twenty-ninth Georgia Regiment, vice
Major Billopp, promoted, to rank from January 19, 1864.

Capt. James W. Banning, of Georgia, to be major Twenty-eighth Georgia Regi-
ment, vice Major Crawford, promoted, to rank from January 20, 1864.

Capt. George W. Reynolds, of Mississippi, to be major Twenty-ninth Mississippi
Regiment, vice Major Isom, resigned, to rank from Fel)ruary 15, 1864.

Capt. J. W. Carter, of , to be major Second Virginia Battalion, Local Defense,

vice Major Scruggs, promoted, to rank from ]\Iay 5, 1864.
I am, sir, respectfully, your obedient servant,

JAMES A. SEDDON,

Secretary of War.
To His Excellency Jefferson Davis,

President, etc.

The message was read.

Ordered^ That it be referred to the Committee on Militar}" Affairs.

Executive Department, RicJnnnnd, May 30, 1864-
To the Senate of the Confederate States:

Agreeably to the recommendation of the Secretary of War, I nominate the officers
on the accompanying list to the rank affixed to their names, respectively.

JEFFERSON DAVIS.
War Department, Richmond, May 26, 1864.
Sir: I have the honor to recommend the following nominations for appointment
in the Provisional Army of the Confederate States of America:

Surgeons.

R. A. Watkins, of Missouri, to take rank from August 21, 1863.
Duff Child, of Alabama, to take rank from December 1, 1863.
John T. McFarland, of Georgia, to take rank from January 20, 1863.
William Hoskins, of Virginia, to take rank from December 21, 1863.
Henry V. Gray, of Virginia, to take rank from January 14, 1864.
John C. Mobley, of South Carolina, to take rank from January 4, 1864.
Edward B- Perrin, of Alabama, to take rank from February 27, 1864.
Henry Clay Ghent, of Alabama, to take rank from February 16, 1864.



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Alexander Kives, of Virginia, to take rank from February 17, 1864.

Charles H. Todd, of Louisiana, to take rank from February 27, 1864.

Robert Donnell Gwin, of Tennessee, to take rank from February 23, 1864.

Samuel V. D. Hill, of Mississippi, to take rank from February 24, 1864.

Benjamin F. Duvall, of Kentucky, to take rank from March 7, 1864.

James B. Luckie, of Alabama, to take rank from October 9, 1863.

Patrick H. Griffin, of Mississippi, to take rank from May 24, 1862.

Joseph J. Holt, of Mississippi, to take rank from November 1, 1863.

Junius Roane, of Virginia, to take rank from March 24, 1864.

William W. Keith, of South Carolina, to take rank from March 29, 1864.

G. A. D. Gait, of Virginia, to take rank from March 31, 1864.

William G. Carter, of Virginia, to take rank from March 7, 1864.

John William Lawson, of Virginia, to take rank from March 17, 1864.

William W. Douglas, of Virginia, to take rank from March 23, 1864.

William E. Kemble, of Virginia, to take rank from January 18, 1863.

Alfred R. Garnier, of Louisiana, to take rank from March 19, 1864.

Joseph H. Mittall, of Tennessee, to take rank from March 19, 1864.

Thomas R. Cosby, of Virginia, to take rank from March 30, 1864.

Alfred Smith, of Kentucky, to take rank from March 21, 1864.

S. A. Holt, of Alabama, to take rank from June 4, 1862.

Henry Plummer, of Kentucky, to take rank from October 2, 1862.

William E. Saunders, of Texas, to take rank from November 18, 1862.

Matthew Deavenport, of Mississippi, to take rank from February 17, 1863.

John William Crovvders, of Missouri, to take rank from July 28, 1863.

George Washington Henderson, of i\Iississii)pi, to take rank from October 16, 1863.

Joseph Bensadon, of Louisiana, to take rank from February 25, 1862.

John Gratton Cabell, of Virginia, to take rank from September 29, 1863.

John Dickson Bruns, of South Carolina, to take rank from December 14, 1863.

Eben Hillyer, of Georgia, to take rank from January 7, 1864.

Alfred Raoul, of South Carolina, to take rank from February 24, 1864.

Boiling A. Pope, of Georgia, to take rank from March 17, 1864.

William A. Cochran, of Alabama, to take rank from November 25, 1862.

John M. Henson, of Tennessee, to take rank from July 12, 1862.

John W. King, of Tennessee, to take rank from December 22, 1861.

B. T. Marshall, of Kentucky, to take rank from May 2, 1864.

Assistant surgeons.

W. R. Jones, of Arkansas, to take effect August 15, 1863.
A. T. Robertson, of Arkansas, to take effect June 20, 1863.
L. W. Harris, of Alabama, to take effect December 1, 1863.
L. T. Richardson, of Texas, to take effect March 4, 1S63.
W. H. Brame, of Mississippi, to take effect December 4, 1863.
T. J. Black, of Mississippi, to take effect November 17, 1862.
R. H. Lee, of Alabama, to take effect December 23, 1863.

A. F. Wills, of Virginia, to take effect February 18, 1863.
J. F. Hughes, of Virginia, to take effect December 2, 1863.
R. U. Burges, of Virginia, to take effect Decend>er 3, 1863.

D. Williams, of North Carolina, to take effect December 11, 1863.
W. R. Hughes, of North Carolina, to take effect December 12, 1863.

J. F. I. McClery, of District of Columbia, to take effect December 21, 1863.
W. P. Thurman, of Virginia, to take effect December 28, 1863.

E. A. Leggett, of Georgia, to take effect December 29, 1863.
J. R. Jones, of Virginia, to take effect December 29, 1863.

T. S. Fox, of South Carolina, to take effect December 3, 1863.

H. W. De Saussure, of South Carolina, to take effect December 4, 186-3

B. B. Poellnitz, of Alabama, to take effect December 4, 1863.

H. S. Beatty, of South Carolina, to take effect December 9, 1863.
J. D. Neill, of South Carolina, to take effect Decemter 9, 1863.
J. R. McKenzie, of Tennessee, to take effect September 13, 1862.
T. E. Nott, of South Carolina, to take effect December 11, 1863.
H. D. Green, of South Carolina, to take effect December 12, 1863.
J. C. Arant, of South Carolina, to take effect December 15, 1863.
D. C. Millen, of Texas, to take effect December 17, 1863.
H. J. Smith, of Georgia, to take effect Deceml)er 22, 1863. •
T. W. Brian, of Georgia, to take effect December 22, 1863.
J. W. Suggs, of Georgia, to take effect December 22, 1863.



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May 30, 1864.] SENATE. Il7

P. H. Adams, of South Carolina, to take effect December 23, 1863.

J. B. Simpson, of South CaroHna, to take effect December 21, 1863.

J. T. Harden, of Georgia, to take effect December 29, 1863.

T. F. Dunn, of Mississippi, to take effect December 29, 1863.

E. Ravenel, jr., of South Carohna, to take effect December 30, 1863.

P. J. Maxwell, of South Carolina, to take effect December 30, 1863.

H. J. Nott, of South Carolina, to take effect January 12, 1864.

W. J. Upshaw, of Virginia, to take effect January 12, 186 i.

J. V. Brookes, of Virginia, to take effect January 28, 1864.

L. W. Dick, of South Carolina, to take effect January 7, 1864.

L. F. Dozier, of CJeorgia, to take effect Jaimary 7, 1864.

T. A. Southerland, of South Carolina, to take effect January 8, 1864.

J. J. \V. Glenn, of Georgia, to take effect January 8, 1864.

J. R. Gildersleeve, of Virginia, to take effect January 15, 1864.

S. R. Deakins, of Georgia, to take effect January 20, 1864.

M. M. Pitts, of South Carolina, to take effect January 20, 1864.

R. E. Shelton, of Tennessee, to take effect January 23, 1864.

M. W. McCaine, of South Carolina, to take effect January 25, 1864.

T. C. Brown, of South Carolina, to take effect Jaiuiary 27, 1864.

S. M. Lewis, of Kentucky, to take effect January 29, 1864.

S. C. Martin, of Mississippi, to take effect January 2, 1864.

W. R. Minniece, of Mississippi, to take effect January 12, 1864.

W. Magruder, of Mississippi, to take effect January 14, 1864.

W. T. Parker, of Mississippi, to take effect January 14, 1864.

W. Henderson, of England, to take effect February 5, 1864.

J. F. Zacharias, of Maryland, to take effect February 8, 1864.

E. \V. Latimer, of Virginia, to take effect February 8, 1864.
W. J. Williams, of Virginia, to take effect February 12, 1864.
W. H. Dulaney, of Virginia, to take effect February 13, 1864.

~ G. S. Field, of Virginia, to take effect February 19, 1864.
J. R. Wood, of Virginia, to take effect February 2, 1864.
W. L. Lundy, of Mississippi, to take effect February 4, 1864.
W. J. Pierce, of Alabama, to take effect February 5, 1864.
J. W. Banks, of Tennessee, to take effect February 8, 1864.
J. C. Blakeney, of South Carolina, to take effect February 9, 1864.
G. McD. Brumby, of Louisiana, to take effect February 19, 1864.
J. L. Speake, of South Carolina, to take effect February 20, 1864.
W. S. Pierson, of South Carolina, to take effect February 20, 1864.
W. H. Pue, of Missouri, to take effect February 27, 1864'.
S. S. Carter, of Mississippi, to take effect February 27, 1864.
H. A. Coleman, of South Carolina, to take effect March 15, 1864.
A. J. Wolfe, of South Carolina, to take effect March 16, 1864.
D. P. Hollo way, of South Carolina, to take effect March 16, 1864.
R. B. Harris, of Georgia, to take effect March 17, 1864.
G. B. Williams, of Georgia, to take effect March 18, 1864.
C. (t. Stephens, of South Carolina, to take effect March 21, 1864.
L. D. McReynolds, of Alabama, to take effect March 21, 1864.
J. W. Caldwell, of South Carolina, to take effect March 22, 1864.
G. B. Lester, of Tennessee, to take effect May 21, 1862.
T. J. Goodwyn, of South Carolina, to take effect March 28, 1864.

A. McD. Moore, of Georgia, to take effect March 29, 1864.

B. A. Bobo, of Florida, to take effect INIarch 30, 1864.

W. A. Strother, of South Carolina, to take effect March 31, 1864.

T. J. Taylor, of Virginia, to take effect March 5, 1864.

B. Williams, of District of Columbia, to take effect March S, 1864.

T. I. Webb, of Tennessee, to take effect March 10, 1864.

A. S. Epes, of Virginia, to take effect March 10, 1864.

J. C. Goodman, of North Carolina, to take effect March 14, 1864.

F. S. Hall, of Virginia, to take effect March 15, 1864.

H. W. Dorsey, of Maryland, to take effect March 18, 1864.
T. E. Moorman, of Virginia, to take effect March 19, 1864.
M. W. Stanford, of Tennessee, to take effect March 21, 1864.
A. M. Robertson, of Virginia, to take effect March 22, 1864.
W. D. Witherspoon, of Alabama, to take effect March 24, 1864.
H. M. Heath, of Virginia, to take effect March 25, 1864.
J. S. Deyerle, of Virginia, to take effect March 26, 1864.
P. Roan, of Virginia, to take effect March 29, 1864.
H. J. McLaurin, of South Carolina, to take effect March 7, 1864.



118 JOURNAL OF THE [May 31, 1864.

H. D. Shell, of South Carolina, to take effect March 8, 1864.
E. T. Adams, of Virginia, to take effect March 12, 1864.
G. A. Merritt, of South Carolina, to take effect March 22, 1864.
G. W. Jordan, of South Carolina, to take effect March 21, 1864.
W. M. Baird, of Kentucky, to take effect April 20, 1862.
B. M. Alford, of Texas, to take effect October 12, 1863.
L. A. Woodson, of Virginia, to take effect February 8, 1864.
I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

JAMES A. SEDDON,

Secretary of War.
To His Excellency Jefferson Davis,

President, etc.

The message was read.

Ordered, That it be referred to the Committee on Militarj- Affairs.
Executive Department, Richmond, May SI, 1864.
To tlie Senate of the Confederate States:

Agreeably to the recommendation of the Secretary of War, I nominate the officers
on the accompanying hst to the rank affixed to their names, respectively.

JEFFERSON DAVIS.
No. 12.] War Department, Jiichrnoud, May 8, 1S64.

Sir: I have the honor to recommend the following nominations for appointment
in the Provisional Army of the Confederate States of America:

Surgeons.

R. T. Abernathy, of Alabama, to take rank from May 15, 1863.
R. J. Christie, of Missouri, to take rank from July 25, 1862.
I am, sir, respectfully, vour obedient servant,

JAMES A. SEDDON,

Secretary of ]Var.
To His P'xcellencv Jekeekson Davis,

President, etc

The message was read.

(h'dercd^ That it h(> lofenvd to the C'ommittee on Military Affairs.

On motion by Mr. Orr,

The Senate resolved into open legislative session.

TUESDAY, May 31, 1864.

OPEN SESSION.

On motion l)y Mr. Caperton,

The Senate resolved into secret legislative session.

The doors having been opened,

On motion by Mr. Burnett,

O/udi'td, That the Committee on Military Affairs be discharged
from the further consideration of the bill (S. 47) to facilitate the set-
tlement of the claims of deceased soldiers.

A message from the House of Representatives, by Mr. Dalton:

Mr. President: The House of Representatives have j)as.sed the bill of the Senate
(S. 22) to secure the promi)t jirintiug of the laws of the Confederate States, with
amen(iments; in which they recjuest the concurrence of tlie Senate.

And they have passed a joint resolution (H. R. 10) of thanks to the Ninth Regi-
ment of Texas Infantry; in whicii they request tiie concurrence of the Senate.

On motion by Mr. Barnwell,

OrdiVi'd^ That the Connnittee on Finance be discharged from the
further consideiation of the petition of Margaret A. Rice and that it
be referred to the Connnittee on Claims.



May 31, 1864.] SENATE. 119

On motion by Mr. Sparrow,

Ordered^ That the Committee on Military Affairs be discharged
from the further consideration of a resolution inquiring into the
expediency of so amending- the act to organize forces to serve during
the war, approved February 17, 1861, as to provide for the exemption
from military service of the necessar}" officers of steamboats engaged
in transportation for the Government.

Mr. Sparrow, from the Committee on Military Affairs, reported

A bill (S. 58) to authorize the appointment of quartermasters and
assistant quartermasters and commissaries and assistant commissaries
in the Provisional Army in certain cases;

which was read the first and second times and ordered to be placed
upon the Calendar.

On motion by Mr. Hill,

Ordered^ That the Committee on the Judiciary be discharged from
the further consideration of the resolution inquiring into the expedi-
ency of reporting a bill for the suspension of the writ of habeas corpus
after the expiration of the present law, and of providing by said bill
that the said suspension shall continue until the close of the next
session of Congress.

Mr. Maxwell, from the committee, reported that they had examined
and found trulv enrolled bills and a joint resolution of the following-
titles:

S. 10. An act to amend an act entitled ''An act to aid any State in
communicating- with and perfecting records concerning its troops,"
approved 16th February, 1864;

S. 28. An act to amend an act entitled "An act creating the office
of ensign in the Army of the Confederate States;"

S. 39. An act to amend the several acts in regard to chaplains;

S, 41. An act to provide for the appointment of a disbursing clerk
in the War Department; and

S. T. Joint resolution in regard to the exemption of editors and
employees of newspapers.

The President pro tempore having signed the enrolled bills and
enrolled joint resolution last reported to have been examined, they
were delivered to the Secretary of the Senate and by him forthwith
presented to the President of the Confederate States for his approval.

Mr. Graham, from the Joint Committee on Impressments, to whom
was referred the bill (S. 36) to provide for the impressment of the
railroad iron, equipments, and rolling stock of railroads when the
same shall become necessary for the public defense, and to make fur-
ther provisions for the efficient transportation of troops and military
supplies, reported it with the recommendation that it ought not to pass.

The joint resolution (II. E. 1<>) of thanks to the Ninth Regiment of
Texas Infantry was read the ffrst and second times and referred to
the Committee on Military Affairs.

The Senate proceeded to consider the amendments of the House of
Representatives to the bill (S. 22) to secure the prompt printing of
the laws of the Confederate States; and

Resolved^ That they concur therein.

Ordered^ That the Secretary inform the House of Representatives
thereof.

The Senate proceeded, as in Committee of the Whole, to the consid-



120 JOURNAL OF THE [May 31, 1864.

eration of the bill (S. 51) to provide supplies for the Army and to
prescri])e the mode of making impressments.

On niotion hy Mr. Walker, to amend the bill by inserting after
"section," section li, line 5, the words

and from the additional impressments authorized by the fifth section of this act:
Provided, however, That nothing herein contained shall be construed to repeal or
affect the provisions of an act entitled "An act to authorize the impressment of meat
for the use of the Army under certain circumstances. ' ' approved February seventeenth,
eighteen hundre^l and sixty-four.

It was determined in the affirmative.

An amendment having been proposed b}' Mr. Barnwell,

After del)ate,

On motion by iSIr. Semmes,

The Senate resolved into executive session.

The doors having been opened,

On motion by Mr. Haj^nes,

The »Senate adjourned.

SECRET SESSION.

A message f lom the House of Representatives, by Mr. Dalton:

Mr. President: The House of Representatives have pa.ssed the bill of the Senate
(S. 57) to provide for tlie appointment of officers with temporary rank and command.

The Speaker of the House of Rei)resentatives having signed an enrolled bill, I am
directed to bring it to the Senate for the signature of their President.

Mr. Caperton, from the committee, reported that they had examined
and found truly enrolled

A bill (S. 57) to provide for the appointment of officers with tempo-
rary rank and command.

Tiio President pro tempore having signed the enrolled bill last
reported to have been examined, it was delivered to the Secretary of
the Senate and by him foi-thwith presented to the President of the
Confederate States for his approval.

A message from the President of the Confederate States, b}' Mr.
B. N. Harrison, his Secretary :

^^r. President: The President of the Confederate States has, to-day, approved and
signed an act (S. 57) to provide for tlie appointment of officers with temporary rank
and command.

0?'de?'ed, That the Secretary inform the House of Representatives
thereof.

On motion by Mr. Caperton,

Oi'deffd, That th<» injunction of secrecy be removed from the bill
(S. 57) to provide for the appointment of officers with temporarj' rank
and conmiand.

On motion by Mr. Caperton,

The Senate resolved into open legislative session.

EXECUTIVE SESSION.

The following message was received from the President of the Con-
federate Stsites, b\^ Mr. B. N. Harrison, his Secretary:

Richmond, Va., J/oy SO, 1864.
To the Senate of the Confederate States:

I invite your attention to the accompanying communication from the Secretary of
the Navy, and, agreeably to his recommendation, hereby nominate the persons named



May 31, 1864.] SENATE. 121

upon the annexed list to the offices designated, in the Provisional Navy. In addition
to the annexed list there are officers of the Navy now on shore duty, who are deemed
eminently qualified to command afloat, and it is not designed by these nominations
to bar their future transfer to the Provisional Navy with their relative rank.

JEFFERSON DAVIS.

Navy Departmisnt, Confederate States,

liichnoiid, Mail 25, 1864.
The President.

Sir: I have the honor to recommend the following nominations for appointment
in the Provisional Navy under the act of Congress "to create a provisional navy,"
approved May 1, 1868:

Adridral.
Franklin Buchanan, of Maryland.

Caj)tmns.

(To rank from the 13th day of May, 1863.)

Samuel Barron, of Virginia; Raphael Semmes, of Alabama; John K. Mitchell, of
Florida; Thomas J. Page, of Virginia, and Robert F. Pinkney, of Maryland.

Commanders.

(To rank from the 13th day of May, 1863.)

Thomas R. Rootes, of Virginia; Thomas T. Hunter, of Virginia; James W. Cooke,
of North Carolina; Isaac N. Brown, of Mississippi; Robert B. Pegram, of Virginia;
William L. Maury, of Virginia; John N. Maffitt, of North Carolina; Joseph N.
Barney, of Maryland, and William A. Wirt, of Virginia.

Commanders.

(To rank from the 4th day of October, 1863. )

George W. Harrison, of Virginia, and James D. Johnston, of Kentucky.

First lieutenants.

(To rank from the 6th day of January, 1864. )

Washington Gwathmey, of Virginia; John Rutledge, of South Carolina; Joel S.
Kennard, of Alabama; Charles M. Morris, of Georgia; John S. Maury, of North Caro-
lina; Charles W. Hays, of Alabama; Charles C Simms, of Virginia; Julian Myers,
of Georgia; Alexander F. Warley, of South Carolina; John W. Bennett, of Mary-
land; Jonathan H. Carter, of North Carolina; William H. Parker, of Virginia; J.
Pembroke Jones, of Virginia; AVilliam H. Murdaugh, of Virginia; John McI. Kell,
of Georgia; James H. Rochelle, of Virginia; Robert D. Minor, of Virginia; James I.
Waddell, of North Carolina; Joseph Fry, of Florida; Charles P. McGary, of North
Carolina; Hunter Davidson, of A'irginia; Robert R. Carter, of Virginia; John R.
Hamilton, of South Carolina; Oscar F. Johnston, of Tennessee; John R. Eggleston,
of Mist^issippi; Robert T. Chai)man, of Alal)ama; William P. A. Cam])bell, of Ten-
nessee; Iji'iijamin P. Loyall, of Virginia; William H. Ward, of Virginia; John AY.
Dunnington, of Kentucky; Francis E. Shepperd, of North Carolina; Thomas 'P.
Pelot, of South Carolina; William G. Dozier, of South Carolina; William L. Brad-



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