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Lee, to be first lieutenants of cavalry and infantry; Wensley Hobbv,
Robert L. Cooper, T. M. S. Rhett, George M. Stoney, T. A! Quattle-
baum, L. Bowie, E. S. Ogden, Robert M. Scott, John D. Mclnt3^re,
E. J. O'Brien, S. P. Norris, to be second lieutenants; Bennett Clark,
to be military storekeeper of ordnance, with the rank of first lieutenant
of infantry; J. B. Hardeman, to be a quartermaster, with the rank of
major; Isaac A. Clarke, L. C. Fisher, to be assistant quartermasters,
with the rank of captain; John W. Brown, to be a conmiissary, with
the rank of major; R. A. Wtitkins, Duff Child, John T. McFarland,
William Hoskins, Henry V. Gray, John C. Mobley, Ed. B. Perrin,
Henry Clay Ghent, Alex. Rives, Charles H. Todd, Robert Donnell
Gwin, Sanuiel V. D. Hill, Benjamin F. Duvall, James B. Luckie,
Patrick H. Griffin, Jos. J. Holt, Junius Roane, William V\\ Keith,
G. A. D. Gait, William G. Carter, John William Lawson, William W.
Douglas, William E. Kemble, Alfred R. Garnier, Jos. H. Mittall,
Thomas R. Cosby, Alfred Smith, S. A. Holt, Henry Plumnier, WMlliam
E. Saunders, Matthew Deavenport, John William Crowders, (xeorge W.
Henderson, Jos, Bensadon, John Gratton Cabell, John Dickson Bruns,
Eben Hillyer, Alfred Raoul, Boiling A. Po})e, William A. Cochran,
John M. Henson, John W. King, B. T. Marshall, R. T. Abernathy,



138 JOURNAL OF THE [June 2, 18C4.

R. J. Christie, to be surgeons; W. K. Jones, A. T. Robertson, L, W.
Harris, L. T. Richardson, W. H. Brame, T. J. Black, R. H. Lee, A. F.
Wills, J. F. Hughes, R. U. Burges, D. Williams, W. R. Hughes,
J. F. 1. McClery, W. P. Thurman, E. A. Leggett, J. R. Jones, T. S.
Fox, H. W. De Saussure, B. B. Poellnitz, H. S. Beatty, J. D. Neill,
J. R. McKenzie, T. E. Nott, H. D. Green, J. C. A rant, D. C. Millen,
H. J. Smith, T. W. Brian, J. W. Suggs, P. H. Adams, J. B. Simpson,
J. T. Harden, T. F. Dunn, E. Ravenel, jr., P. J. Maxwell, H. J. Nott,
W. J. LTpshaw, J. V. Brookes, L. W. Dick, L. F. Dozier, T. A. Souther-
land, J. J. W. Glenn, J. R. Gildersleeve, S. R. Deakins, M. M. Pitts,
R. E. Shelton, M. W. McCaine, T. C. Brown, S. M. Lewis, S. C.
Martin, W. R. Minniece, W. Magruder, W. T. Parker, W. Hender-
son, J. F. Zacharias, E. W. Latimer, W. J. Williams, W. H. Dulaney,
G. S. Field, J. R. Wood, W. L. Lundy, W. J. Pierce, ,1. W. Banks,
J. C. Blakenev, G. McD. Brumby, J. L, Speake, W. S. Pierson,
W. H. Pue, S/S. (barter, li. A. Coleman, A. J. Wolfe, D. P. Hollo-
way, R. B. Hanis, G. B. Williams, C. G. Stephens, L. D. McRey-
nolds, J. W. Caldwell, G. I^. Lester. T. J. (ioodwyn, A. McD. Moore,
B. A. Bobo, W. A. Strother, T. J. Taylor, B. Williams, T. L Webb.
A. S. Epes, J. C. (ioodman, F. S. Hall, II. W. Dorsey, T. E. Moor-
man, M. W. Stanford, A. M. Robertson, W. D. Witherspoon, H. M.
Heath, J. S. Deyerle, P. Roan, H. J. McLaurin, H. D. Shell, E. T.
vVdams, G. A. Merritt, G. AV. Jordan, William M. Baird, B. M.
Alford, L. A. Woodson, to ])e assistant surgeons, reported, with the
recouuuenchition tiiat all of said nominations be contirmed.

The Senate proceeded to the consideration of said report; and in
concurrence therewith, it was

Hesolved, That the Senate advise and consent to their appointment,
agreeably to the nomination of the President.

On motion by Mi-. Burnett,

The vote 1)3' which the nomination of J. J. Flournoy, to be assistant
quartermaster, with the raid< of captain, was referred to the Commit-
tee on MilitaiT Affairs, was reconsidered.

The Senate j)roceeded to consider tin^ said nomination; and

R,'s<ilv('<J. That tiic Senate advise and consent to the appointment of
rl. J. Flournoy, agi(>('ably to the nomination of the President.

On motion by Air. Orr,

The Senate resolved into secret legislative session.

THURSDAY, June 2, 1864.

OPEN SESSION.

Mr. Oldham (by leave) introduced

A bill (S. ()-t) to provide for the establishment of a bureau of poly-
technics for the examination, experiment, and application of warlike
inventions;

which was read the first and second times and referred to the Com-
mittee on Military Affairs.

Mr. Orr, from the Conmiittee on Foreign Affairs, submitted the
following resolution; which was considered and agreed to:

Resolved, That ;i joint committee of five on the part of tlie Senate and on

the part of the Honse of Rej)resentatives lie a]t]tointe(l to i-ollect anthentie informa-
tion concerning the treatment ])y the Federal aiithoritie.s of such slaves as have fal-
len into the hands of the enemy during the present war.



June 2, 1864.] SENATE. 139

Ordered^ That the Secretary request the concurrence of the House
of Representatives therein.

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

Mr. President: The House of Representatives have passed a joint resokition (H. R.
11) of thanks to Maj. Gen. Richard Taylor and the ofiicers and men of his command;
in which they request the concurrence of the Senate.

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

Mr. Barnwell, from the Committee on Finance, to whom was
referred the bill (H. R. 185) to increase the compensation of the assist-
ant clerks of the Senate and House of Representatives, reported it
without amendment.

The Senate proceeded, as in Committee of the Whole, to the consid-
eration of the said bill; and

On motion by Mr. Burnett,

Ordered., That the further consideration thereof be postponed until
to-morrow,

Mr. Barnwell, from the Committee on Finance, to whom was referred
the bill (S. 59) to authorize the owners of the registered eight per cent
ten-3"ear convertible bonds issued under the provisions of the act
approved 16th May, 1861, to exchange the same for coupon bonds,
reported it without amendment.

The Senate proceeded, as in Committee of the Whole, to the consid-
eration of the said bill; and no amendment being proposed, it was
reported to the Senate.

Ordered^ That it be engrossed and read a third time.

The said bill was read the third time.

On the question.

Shall the bill now pass?

It was determined in the affirmative, \ ^ ^

' ( JNays 7

On motion by Mr. Oldham,

The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the Senators pi-esent,

Those who voted in the affirmative are,

Messrs. Baker, Barnwell, Brown, Burnett, Caperton, (xraham. Hill,
Hunter, Jemison, Maxwell, Orr, Semmes, Sparrow, Walker, and
Watson.

Those who voted in the negative are,

Messrs. Haynes, Henr}^ Johnson of Georgia, Johnson of Missouri,
Mitchel, Oldham, and Simms.

So it was

Resolved., That it pass, and that the title thereof be as aforesaid.

Ordered., That the Secretary request the concurrence of the House
of Representatives therein.

Mr. Sparrow, from the Committee on Military Aflfairs, to whoiu was
referred the bill (S. 61) to amend an act entitled "An act to organize
military courts to attend the Arni}^ of the Confederate States in the
field, and to define the powers of said courts,'' reported it with an
amendment.

The Senate proceeded, as in Committee of the Whole, to the consid-
eration of the said bill; and the reported amendment having been agreed
to, the bill was reported to the Senate and the amendment was con-
curred in.

Ordered., That the bill be engrossed and read a third time.



140 JOURNAL OF THE [June 2, 1864.

The said bill was read the third time.

Resolved^ That it pass, and that the title thereof be as aforesaid.

Ordered^ That the Secretary request the concurrence of the House
of Representatives therein.

Mr. Caperton, from the committee, reported that the}" had exam-
ined and found truly enrolled bills of the following- titles:

S. 4. An act to provide transportation in kind in certain cases to
Members and Delegates in Congress;

8. 22. An act to secure the prompt printing of the laws of the Con-
federate States;

S. 83. An act to regulate the compensation and mileage of members
of Congress and increase the compensation of the officers of the Senate
and House of Representatives; and

H. R. 52. An act to amend an act entitled "An act to provide for
holding elections of Representatives in the Congress of the Con-
federate States in the State of Tennessee," approved Ma}' 1, 1863.

The President pro tem^wre having signed the enrolled bills last
reported to have ])een examined, they were delivered to the Secretary
of the Senate and l)\ him forthwith presented to the President of the
Confederate States for his approval.

Mr. Sparrow, from the Connnittee on jNlilitarv Affairs, to whom
was referred the bill (S. 49) to authorize the manufacture of spirituous
liquors for the use of the Army and hospitals, reported it with amend-
ments.

Ordered, That the bill and amendments ])e printed.

Mr. Sparrow, fi-om tlie CommittcM' on Military Affairs, to whom
was referred the hill (11. R. 134) to amend an act entitled "An act to
establish a nitiM- and mining bureau," approved April 22, 1863, reported
it without amendment.

Mr. Sparrow, from the Committee on Military Affairs, to whom
were referred the amendments of the House of Representatives to the
bill (S, 34) to provide for the compensation of noncommissioned
officers, soldiers, sailors, and marines on detached service, reported
thereon.

The Senate proceeded to considei- the anuMidments of the House of
Representatives to the bill (S. 34) last mentioned; and

/j?e.sY>//v(/, That they disagn^e thei-eto.

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

Mr. Sparrow, fiom the Committee on Military Affairs, to whom
was referred the amendment of the House of Representatives to the
bill (S. 31) to promote the efficiency of the <avalry of the Provisional
Army, and to punish lawlessness and irregularities of any portions
thereof, reported thereon.

The Senate ])roceeded to consider the amendment of the House Of
Representatives to the l)ill (S. 31) last mentioned; and

On motion by Mr. Sparrow,

Remh'edy That they disagree to the amendment of the House of Rep-
resentatives to the said bill, and ask a conference on the disagreeing
votes of the two Houses thereon.

On motion by Mr. Sparrow,

Ordered, That the conmnttee of conference on the part of the Sen-
ate be appointed by the President pro tempore; and



June 2, 1864.] SENATE. 141

Mr. Sparrow, Mr. Haynes, and Mr. Johnson of Missouri were
appointed.

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

The joint resolution (H. R. 11) of thanks to Maj. Gen. Richard Tay-
lor and the officers and men of his conmiand was read the first and
second times and referred to the Committee on Military Affairs.

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

Mr. Premlent: The President of the Confederate States, on the 31st ultimo, approved
and signed the following acts:

y. 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 Fehrnary, 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; and

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

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

The Senate proceeded, as in Committee of the Whole, to the consider-
ation of the bill (S. 52) providing for the establishment and payment of
claims for property taken or informall}^ and unwarrantably impressed
for the use of the Government.

On motion by Mr. Graham, to amend the bill by striking out "sup-
port of," section 1, line 6, and inserting "relation to,"

It was determined in the affirmative.

On motion by Mr. Sparrow, to amend the bill by striking out " or,"
section 1, line 3, and inserting "and,"

It svas determined in the affirmative.

On motion by Mr. Semmes, to amend the bill b}- inserting after
"proof," section 1, line 6, the words "under oath,"

It was determined in the affirmative.

On motion by Mr. Semmes, to amend the hill by inserting after
"shall," section 1, line 5, the words "at stated periods in each parish
or county,"

It was determined in the affirmative.

On motion by Mr, Sparrow, to amend the bill b}' inserting after
"the," section 1, line 6, the word "nearest,"

It was determined in the affirmative.

On motion by Mr. Semmes, to amend the bill by striking out the
words "proper bureau for such action tiiereon as ma}" be just and
proper in the premises," section 1, lines 11, 12, and 13, and inserting
in lieu thereof the words

officers charged by law with the auditing and payment of these claims, for final
action; and such ofticers are hereby authorized to examine, audit, and control said
claims according to the principles of justice and equity: Provided, That claims origi-
nating west of the Mississippi shall be reported for examination, audit, and final
action thereon, and paj-ment thereof, to the accounting ofiicers of the Treasury estab-
lished for the Trans-Mississippi Department,

It was determined in the affirmative.

On motion by Mr. Sennnes, to amend the bill by striking out the
words "Government or," section 1, line K),
It was determined in the affirmative.



142 JOURNAL OF THE [June 2, 1864.

On motion by Mr. Johnson, of Georgia, to amend the bill by strik-
ing out the words "and unwarrantably," section 1, lines 8 and 9,

It was determined in the affirmative, \ ^-r ' " - ' -

' ( JNays 7

On motion by Mr. Johnson of Georgia,

The yeas and nays being desired by one-lifth of the Senators present,

Those who voted in the affirmative are,

Messrs. Barnwell, Graham, Haines, Henry, Hunter, Johnson of
Georgia, Johnson of Arkansas, and Orr.

Those who voted in the negative are,

Messrs. Caperton, Johnson of Missouri, Mitchel, Oldham, Semmes,
Sparrow, and Watson.

On motion l)y Mr. Johnson of Missouri, to amend the bill by insert-
ing after ''informally," section 1, line 8, the words, "and illegally,"

it was determined in the affirmative.

On motion ))y Mr. Johnson of Arkansas,

Ordei'eiL That the further consideration of the bill be postponed
until to-morrow.

The following message was received from the President of the Con-
federate States, by Mr. B. N. Harrison, his Secretaiy:

Richmond, V.\., June 1, 1864-
To tlte Senate and Homte of Repre.tentatiies:

I herewith transmit for your information a communication from the Secretary of
AVar, covering copies of additional reports of military operations in the year 1862.

JEFFERSON DAVIS.

The message was read.

Ordci'id^ That it be refen'ed to the Committee on Military Affairs.

On motion by Mr. flohnson of Mis.souri,

The Senate icsolved into executive ses&ion.

The doors haying been opened,

On motion by Mr. Mitchel,

The Senate adjourned.

SKC'RKT SESSION.

Mr. Mitchel (by leave) introduced

A bill (S. ()5) to aid in the construction of ironclad gunboats for the
defense of Western and Southern rivers;

which was read the first and second times and referred to the Com-
mittee on Military Affairs.

Mr. Barnwell, from the Committee on Finance, to whom was
referred the bill (H. R. 188) making appropriations for the redemption
of the seven per cent foi'eign loan authorized by act of Congress
ap])roved 2!»th of Jaiuiary. 1S«;8. reported it without amendment.

The Senate^ proceeded, as in Conunittee of the Whole, to the con-
sideration of the said bill; and no amendment being proposed, it was
reported to the Senate.

Ordered^ That it pass to a third reading.

The said bill was read the thii-d time.

ResoJri'd, That it pass.

Ordi I'rd, That the Secretary inform the House of Representatives
thereof.

On motion by ^jr. Biirnwell,

(Ji'dcVid, That the Committee on Finance be discharged from the



June 2. 1864.] SENATE. 143

further consideration of the resolution submitted by Mr. Simms on
the 23d of May, last, inquirino- into the expediency of " taking for
the public use" all the cotton, tobacco, and naval stores in the Con-
federate kStates, etc.

JVIr. Orr (b}' leave) introduced

A joint resolution (S, 10) in relation to the opening of negotiations
for peace between the Confederate States and the United States;
which was read the first and second times and ordered to be placed
upon the Calendar,

On motion by Mr. Mitchel,

The Senate resolved into open legislative session.

EXECUTIVE SESSION.

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

Executive Department, Richmond, June 2, 1864.
To the 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. 27.] War Department, Riclunond, June 1, 1864-

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

Brigadier-generah.

Col. T. P. Dockery, of Arkansas, to command a new brigade, Trans-Mississippi
Department, to rank from Angust 10, 1863.

Col. T. N. Waul, of Texas, to command a new brigade, Trans-Mississippi Depart-
ment, to rank from September 18, 1863.

I am, sir, respectfully, 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 Committee on Militar}- Affairs.
The following message was received from the President of the Con-
federate States, by Mr. B. N. Harrison, his Secretaiy:

Executive Department, Richmond, June 1, 1864.
To the Senate of the Confederate States:

Agreeably to the recommendation of the Secretary of War, 1 nominate Col. John
Bratton, of South Carolina, to be a brigadier-general in the Provisional Army of the
Confederate States of America.

JEFFERSON DAVIS.

War Department, Richmond, June 1, 1864-
Sir: I have the honor to recommend the nomination of Col. John Bratton, of South
Carolina, to be a V»rigadier-general in the Provisional Army of the Confederate States
of America (to command the late Gen. M. Jenkins' brigade. Army of Northern
Virginia), to rank from the death of General J[enkins], May 6, 1864.
1 am, sir, respectfully, your obedient servant,

JAMES A. SEDDON,

Secretary of War.
To His Excellency Jefferson Davis,

President, etc.



144 JOITRNAL OB^ THE [June 2, 1861.

The message was read.

Ordered., That it be referred to the Committee on Military Affairs.
The following message was received from the President of the Con-
federate States, b}^ Mr. B. N. Harrison, his Secretary:

Executive Department, Bichmoml, Junes, 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.

No. 28.] War Depaktmext, Ridnnond, June 2, 1864-

Sir: I have the honor to recommend the following nomination.s for temporary
appointment (under act approved May 31, 1864) in the Provisional Army of the Con-
federate States of America:

Brigadier-generah.

Col. William K. Cox, of North Carolina, to take rank from ]\Iay ol, 1864.
Col. Tlmmas F. Toon, of North Carolina, to take rank from ]\Iay ol, 1864.
Lieut. Col. AVilliam G. Lewis, of North Carolina, to take rank from May 31, 1864.
Col. Zebulon York, of Louisiana, to take rank from May :51, 1S64.
Lieut. Col. R. D. Lilley, of Virginia, to take rank from May 31, 1864.
I am, sir, respectfullv, your obedient servant,

jamp:s a. sp^ddon,

Secretary of War.
To His F^xcellency Jefferson Davis,

President, etc.

The Senate proceeded to the consideration of the nominations of
William \\. Cox, Thomas Y. Toon, William G. Lewis, Zebulon York,
and li. I). Lillcv, to temporary rank (under act approved May 31, 1864)
as brigadicr-gciHMids; and

R, sal red., That the Senate advise and consent to their appointment,
agreeably to the nomination of the President.

Mr. Brown, from the Committee on Naval Atlairs, to whom were
referred the nominations of Franklin Buchanan, to be admiral; Sanmei
Barron, Raphael Senunes, John K. Mitchell, Thomas J. Page, Robert

F. Pinkncy, to be captains; Thomas R. Rootes, Thomas T. Ilimter,
Janies W. Cooke, Isaac N. Brown, Robert B. Pegram, William L.
Maury, John N. Maffitt, Joseph N. Barney, William A. Wirt,
(Jcorge W. Harrison. James I). Johnston, to he commanders; AVash-
ington (twathmey. .John Rutledge, Joel S. Kennard, Charles M. Morris,
John S. Maurv, Charles W. Havs, Charles C. Sinmis, Julian Myers,
Alex. F. Warley, John W. Bennett, Jonathan II. Carter, William II.
Parker, J. Pembroke Jones, William H. Murdaugh. John McI. Kell,
James H. Rochelle. Robert D. Minor, James I. Waddell, Joseph P^ry,
Charles P. McCJary. Hunter Davidson, Robert R. Carter, Jolm R.
Hamilton, Oscar F. Johnston, John R. P^ggleston, Robert T. Chap-
man, William P. A. Campbell, Benjamin P. Loyall, William II. Ward,
John W. Dunniiititon. Francis E. ShepiKMd. Thomas P. Pelot, AV^illiam

G. Dozier, William L. Bradford, Hamilton H. Dahon, William F.
Evans, George S. Shryock, Thomas K. Porter. Joseph W. Alexander,
Charles J. (xraves, Thomas B. Mills. William C. Whittle, jr., William

A. Kerr, John Grimball, Wilhuin B. Hall, Samuel W. Averett, Henry

B. Claiborne, George A. Borchcrt, Hilary Cenas, Walter R. Butt,
W. Warder Pollock, Arthur H. Wharton, Thomas L. Dornin, Thomas
L. Harrison, Jam«\s L. Hoole, Francis L. Hoge, Edmund G. Read,
Charles W. Read, Sardine G. Stone, Alphouse Barbot, Robert J.



June 2, 1864.] SENATE. 145

Bowen, George W. Gift, Thomas W. W. Davies, Patrick McCarrick,
William F. Carter, William H. Wall, William W. Carnes, John H.
Ingraham, William Van Comstock, Richard F. Armstrong, Albert G,
Hudgins, Charles K. King, John H. Comstock, Joseph D. Wilson,
Julian M. Spencer, James L. Johnson, Sidney S. Lee, jr., Samuel
Barron, jr., E. Cant}^ Stockton, James McC. Baker, John W.
Murdaugh, Mortimer M. Benton, Charles L. Haralson, Sidney H.
McAdam, Francis T. Chew, Alex. M. Mason, Thomas L. Moore, Ivey
Foreman, Walter O. Grain, Joseph Price, Alexander Grant, Charles E.
Yeatman, Charles B. Oliver, Charles H. Hasker, Francis Watlington,
John L. Phillips, George H. Arledge, Maxwell T. Clarke, John A.
Pajme, Henry W. Ra}^ William E. Hudgins, John F. Ramsay,
H. Beverh^ Littlepage, Lewis R. Hill, Edward J. Means, Henr}^
Roberts, Richard H. Gayle, Robert C. Foute, Francis M. Roby,
Henry H. Marmaduke, John Low, Arthur Sinclair, jr., William W.
Roberts, Edgar A, Lambert, Ote}' Bradford, Joseph M. Gardner,
Matthew P. Goodwyn, Americus V. Wiatt, Thomas L. Skinner,
and Clarence L. Stanton, to be first lieutenants; Joseph P. Clay-
brook, Richard S. Floyd, William P. ]\Iason, William F. Robin-
son, John R. Price, David A. Telfair, Daniel Trigg, Isaac C. Hol-
comb, William R. Dalton, Algernon S. Worth, Robert A. Canmi,
Dabney M. Scales, John T. Walker, Samuel S. Gregory, William W.
Read, Richard H. Bacot, Edward J. McDermett, R. B. Larmour,
Thomas P. Bell, James W. Billups, to be second lieutenants;
Samuel P. Blanc, George D. Bryan, Wyndam R. Mayo, Daniel D.
Col cock, William P. Hamilton, James C. Long, Henry L. Vauglian,
James M. Pearson, Henry S. Cooke, Gale W. Sparks, William J. Craig,
to be masters, in the line of promotion; Felix Senac, James O. Moore,
Richard Taylor, and James E. Armour, to be pavmasters; Douglas F.
Forrest, Leslie E. Brooks, John S. Banks, John J. McPherson, M. M.
vSea}^, George H. O'Neal, William B. Micou, AMlson G. Richardson,
Perry M. DeLeon, Adam Tredwell. Edward McKcan, Dewitt C.
Seymour, Simeon B. Reardon, William H. C^hase, H-. E. McDuffie,
William M. Ladd, Sterling L. Barksdale, Sidney S. Nicholas, Charles
W. Keim, William E. Deacon, T. G. Ridgelv, John :\L Pearl, Levi
M. Tucker, C. Lucian Jones, Willis B. Cobb, John F. Wheless,
Marshall L. Sothoron, Marsden Bellamy, Basil ^I. Heriot, Norton
Kent Adams, to be assistant paymasters; J. W. B. Greenhow, William
D. Harrison, William F. Carrington, Charles H. Williamson, Arthur
M. Lynah, Daniel B. Conrad, Francis L. Gait, William M. Page,
H. W. M. Washington, Algernon S. Garnett, to be surgeons;
Frederic Garretson, ,]. W. Sandford, Thomas J. Charlton, Charles E.
Lining, MarcellusP. Christian, Robert J. Freeman, Bennett W. Green,
James W. Herty, James E. Lindsay, and Osborn S. Iglehart, to be
passed assistant surgeons; Charles M. Mortit, T. Bartow Ford, R. R.
Gibbes, Edwin G. Booth, Thomas Emorv, William ]Mason Turner,
John De Bree, Marcellus Ford, W. W. Graves, W. J. Addison, N. C.



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