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One Hundred and Thirty-fifth Infan-
try. Mustered in for 100-days" service at Mat-
toon, June 6, lS(i4, liaving a strength of 853 men.
It was chiefly engaged, duviiig its term of service,
in doing garrison duty and ^iiiU'ling raih-oads.
It was mustered out at Spriu-llel.l, Sept. 28, 1864.

One Hundred and Thirty-sixth Infan-
try. Enlisted about the first of May, 1864, for
100 days, and went into camp at Centralia, 111., .
but was not mustered into service until June 1,
following. Its principal service was garrison
duty, with occasional scouts and raids amongst
guerrillas. At the end of its term of service the
regiment re-enlisted for fifteen days; was mus-
tered out at Springfield, Oct. 33, 1804, and dis-
charged eight days later

One Hundred ,\nd Thirty-seventh Infan-
try. Organized at Quincy, with ex-Gov John
Wood as its Colonel, and mustered in, June 5,
1864, for 100 days. Was on duty at Memphis,
Tenn , and mustered out of service at Spring-
field. 111.. Sept. 4. 1864.

One Hundred and Thirty-eighth Infan-
try Organized at Quinc}-, and mustered in,
June 21, 1864, for 100 days; was assigned to garri-
son duty at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., and in
Western Missouri. It was mustered out of serv-
ice at Springfield, 111., Oct. 14, 1864.

One Hundred and Thirty-ninth Inf.\n-
TRY. Mustered into service as a 100-day's regi-



ment, at Peoria, June 1, 1864; was engaged in
garrison duty at Columbus and Cairo, in making
reprisals for guerrilla raids, and in the pursuit of
the Confederate General Price in Missouri. The
latter service was rendered, at the President's
request, after the term of enlistment had expired.
It was mustered out at Peoria, Oct. 25, 1864, hav-
ing been in the service nearly five months.

One Hundred and Fourtieth Infantry.
Organized as a 100-days" regiment, at Springfield,
June 18, 1864, and mustered into service on that
date. The regiment was engaged in guarding
railroads between Memphis and Holly Springs, and
in garrison duty at Memphis. After the term of
enlistment had expired and the regiment had
been mustered out, it aided in the pursuit of
General Price through Missouri ; was finally dis-
charged at Chicago, after serving about five
months

One Hundred and Forty-first Infan-
try. Mustered into service as a 100- days' regi-
ment, at Elgin, June 16, 1864— strength, 843 men;
departed for the field, June 37, 1864; was mus-
tered out at Chicago, Oct. 10, 1864.

One Hundred and Forty-second Infan-
try. Organized at Freeport as a battalion of
eight companies, and sent to Camp Butler, where
two companies were added and the regiment
mustered into service for 100 days, June 18, 1864.
It was ordered to Memphis, Tenn. , five days later,
and assigned to duty at White's Station, eleven
miles from that city, where it was employed in
guarding tlie Memphis & Charleston railroad.
It was mustered out at Chicago, on Oct, 37, 1864,
the men having voluntarily served one month
beyond their term of enlistment.

One Hundred and Forty-third Infan-
try. Organized at Mattoon, and mustered in,
June 11, 1864. for 100 days. It was assigned to
garrison duty, and mustered out at Mattoon,
Sept. 36, 1864. .

One Hundred and Forty-fourth Infan-
try. Organized at Alton, in 1864, as a one-year
regiment; was mustered into the service, Oct. 31,
its strength being 1,159 men. It was mustered
out, July 14, 1865.

One Hundred .vnd Forty-fifth Infan-
try. Mustered into service at Springfield, June
9, 1864; strength, 880 men. It departed for the
field, June 13, 1864; was mustered out, Sept. 23,
1864.

One Hundred and Forty-sixth Infan-
try. Organized at Springfield, Sept. 18, 1864, for
one year. Was assigned to the duty of guarding
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and Springfield, and mustered out at Springfield,
July 5. im').

One Hundred and Forty-seventh Infan-
try. Organized at Chicago, and mustered into
service for one year, Feb. 18 and 19, 186.5; was
engaged chiefly on guard or garrison duty, in
scouting and in skirmisliing with guerrillas.
Mustered out at Nashville, Jan. 22, 18G6, and
received final discharge at Springfield, Feb. 4.

One Hundred and Forty-eighth Infan-
try. Organized at Springfield. Feb. 21, 186.5, for
the term of one year; was assigned to garrison
and guard duty and mustered out. Sept. 5, 1865,
at Nashville, Tenu ; arrived at Springfield, Sept.
y, 1865, where it was paid off" and discharged.

One Hundred and Forty-ninth Infan-
try. Organized at Springfield, Feb. 11, 1865,
and mustered in for one year; was engaged in
garrison and guard duty : mustered out, Jan. 27,
1866, at Dalton. Ga. , and ordered to Springfield,
where it received final payment and discharge.

One Hundred and Fiftieth Infantry".
Organized at Springfield, and mustered in, Feb. 14,
1865. for one year : was on duty in Tennessee and
Georgia, guarding railroads and garrisoning
towns. It was umstered out, Jan. 16, 1866. at
Atlanta. Ga., and ordered to Springfield, where it
received final payment and discharge.

One Hundred and Fifty-first Infantry.
This regiment was organized at Quincy, 111.,
and miistered into the United States service.
Feb. 23, 1865, and was composed of companies
from various parts of the State, recruited, under
the call of Dec. IS). 1864. It was engaged in
^uard duty, with a few guerrilla skirmishes, and
was present at the surrender of General War-
ford's army, at Kingston, Ga. ; was mustered out
at Columbus, Ga.. Jan. 24. 1866. and ordered to
Springfield, where it received final payment and
discharge. Feb. 8. 1866.

One Hundred and Fifty-second Infan-
try'. Organized at Springfield and mustered in,
Feb. 18, 1865. for one year: was mastered out of
service, to date Sept. 11. at Memphis, Tenn.. and
arrived at Camp Butler, Sept. 9, 1865, where it
received final payment and discharge.

One Hundred and Fifty-third Infan-
try. Organized at Chicago, and mustered in,
Feb. 27. 1865. for one year; was not engaged in
any battles. It was mustered out. Sept. 15, 1865,
and moved to Springfield, III., and. Sept. 24,
received final pay and discharge.

One Hundred and Fifty-fourth Infan-
try. Organized at Springfield. Feb. 21. 1865,
for one year. Sept. 18, 1865, the regiment wa.s



mustered out at Nashville, Tenn. , and ordered to
Springfield for final payment and discharge,
where* it arrived, Sept. 22; was i)aid oil and dis-
charged at Camp Butler, Sept. 29.

One Hundred .vnd Fifty-fifth Infan-
try. Organized at Springfield and mustered in
Feb. 28, 1865, for one year, 904 strong. On Sept.
4. 1865. it was mustered out of service, and moved
to Camp Butler, where it received final pay and
discharge.

One Hundred and Fifty-sixth Infan-
try. Organized and mustered in during the
months of February and March. 1865, from the
northern counties of the State, for the term of
one year. The officers of the regiment have left
no written record of its history, but its service
seems to have been rendered chiefly in Tennessee
in the neighborhood of Menii)liis, Nashville and
Chattanooga. Judging by the muster-rolls of
the Adjutant-General, the regiment would appear
to have been greatly depleted by desertions and
otherwise, the remnant being finally mustered
out, Sept. 20, 1865.

First Cavalry. Organized — consisting of
seven companies, A, B, C, D, E, F and G — at
Alton, in 1861, and mu-stered into the United
States service, July 3. After some service in
Missouri, the regiment participated in tlie battle
of Lexington, in that State, and was surrendered,
with the remainder of the garrison, Sept. 20. 1861.
The officers were paroled, and the men sworn not
to take up arms again until discharged. No ex-
change having been eff'ected in November, the
non-commissioned officers and privates were
ordered to Springfield and discharged. In June,
1862, the regiment was reorganized at Benton
Barracks, Mo., being afterwards employeil in
guarding supply trains and supply depots at
various points. Mustered out, at Benton Bar-
racks, July 14, 1862.

Second Cavalry*. Organized at Springfield
and mustered into service, August 12, 1861, with
Company M (which joined the regiment some
months later), numbering 47 commissioned offi-
veTs and 1,040 enlisted men. This number was in-
tTeased by recruits and re-enlistments, during its
four and a halt year's term of service, to 2,236
enlisted men and 145 commissioned officers. It
was engaged at Belmont ; a portion of the regi-
ment took part in the battles at Fort Henry.
Fort Donelson and Shiloh. another portion at
Merriweather's Ferry, Bolivar and Holly Springs,
and participated in the investment of Vicksburg.
In January. 1864. the major part of the regiment
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Red River expedition and the investment of Fort
Blakely. It was mustered out at San Antonio,
Tex., Nov. 23, 1865, and . finally paid and dis-
cliarged at Springfield, Jan. .3, 1866.

Third Cavalry. Composed of twelve com-
panies, from various localities in the State, the
grand total of company officers and enlisted men,
imder the first organization, being 1,433. It was
organized at Springfield, in August, 1861 ; partici-
pated in the battles of Pea Ridge, Haines' Bluff,
Arkansas Post, Port Gibson, Champion Hills,
Black River Bridge, and the siege of Vicksburg.
In July, 1864, a large portion of the regiment re-
enlisted as veterans. The remainder were mus-
tered out, Sept. 5, 1864. The veterans participated
in the repulse of Forrest, at Memphis, and in the
battles of Lawrenceburg, Spring Hill, Campbells-
ville and Franklin. From May to October, 186.5,
engaged in service against the Indians in the
Northwest The regiment was mustered out at
Springfield, Oct. 18, 1865.

Fourth Cavalry. Mustered into service,
Sept. 26, 1861, and participated in the battles of
Fort Henry, Fort Donelson, and Shiloh; in the
siege of Corinth, and in many engagements of
less historic note ; was mustered out at Springfield
in November, 1864. By order of the War Depart-
ment, of June 18, 1865, the members of the
regiment whose terms had not expired, were con-
solidated with the Twelfth Illinois Cavalry.

Fifth C.walry. Organized at Camp Butler,
in November, 1S61 ; took part in the Meridian
raid and the expedition against Jackson, Miss.,
and in numerous minor expeditions, doing effect-
ive work at Canton, Grenada, Woodville, and
other points. On Jan. 1, 1864, a large portion of
the regiment re-enlisted as veterans. Its final
muster-out took place, Oct. 27, 1865, and it re-
ceived final payment and discharge, October 30.

Sixth Cavalry. Organized at Springfield,
Nov. 19, 1861 ; participated in Sherman's advance
upon Grenada ; in the Grierson raid through Mis-
sissippi and Louisiana, the siege of Port Hudson,
the battles of Moscow (Tenn), West Point (Miss.),
Franklin and Nashville; re-enlisted as veterans,
March 30, 1864; was mustered out at Selma, Ala.,
Nov. 5, 1865, and received discharge, November
20, at Springfield.

Seventh Cavalry. Organized at Springfield,
and was mustered into service, Oct. 13, 1861. It
participated in the battles of Farmington, luka,
Corinth (.second battle) ; in Grierson's raid
through Mississippi and Louisiana; in the en-
gagement at Plain's Store (La.), and the invest-
ment of Port Hudson. In March, 1864, 288



officers and men re-enlisted as veterans. The
non-veterans were engaged at Guntown, and the
entire regiment took part in the battle of Frank-
lin. After the close of hostilities, it was stationed
in Alabama and Mississippi, until the latter part
of October, 1865 ; was mustered out at Nashville,
and finally discharged at Springfield, Nov. 17,
1865.

Eighth Cavalry. Organized at St. Charles,
111., and mustered in, Sept. 18, 1861. The regi-
ment was ordered to Virginia, and participated
in the general advance on Manassas in March,
1862; was engaged at Mechaniosville, Gaines'
Hill, Malvern Hill, Sugar Loaf Mountain, Middle-
town, South Mountain, Antietam, Fredericks-
burg, Sulphur Springs, Warrenton, Rapidan
Station, Northern Neck, Gettysburg, Williams-
burg, Funkstown, Falling Water, Chester Gap
Sandy Hook, Culpepper, Brandy Station, and in
many raids and skirmishes. It was mustered
out of service at Benton Barracks, Mo., July 17,
1865, and ordered to Chicago, where it received
final payment and discharge.

Ninth Cavalry Organized at Chicago, in
the autumn of 1861, and mustered in, November
30; was engaged at Cold water, Grenada, Wyatt,
Saulsbury, Moscow, Guntown, Pontotoc, Tupelo,
Old Town Creek, Hurricane Creek, Lawrence-
burg, Campellsville, Franklin and Nashville.
The regiment re-enlisted as veterans, March 16.
1864; was mustered out of service at Selma, Ala.,^
Oct. 31, 1865, and ordered to Springfield, where
the men received final payment and discharge.

Tenth Cavalry. Organized at Springfield in
the latter part of September, 1861. and mustered
into service, Nov. 35, 1861 ; was engaged at Prairie
Grove, Cotton Plant, Arkansas Post, in the
Yazoo Pass expedition, at Richmond (La.),
Brownsville, Bayou Metoe, Bayou La Fourclie
and Little Rock. In February, 1864, a large
portion of the regiment re-enlisted as veter-
ans, the non-veterans accompanying General
Banks in his Red River expedition. On Jan. 37,
1865, the veterans, and recruits were consolidated
with the Fifteenth Cavalry, and all reorganized
under the name of the Tenth Illinois Veteran
Volunteer Cavalry. Mustered out of service at
San Antonio, Texas, Nov. 22, 1865, and received
final discharge at Springfield, Jan. 6, 1866.

Eleventh Cavalry. Robert G. Ingersoll of
Peoria, and Basil D. Meeks, of Woodford County,
obtained permission to raise a regiment of
cavalry, and recruiting commenced in October,
1861. The regiment was recruited from th©
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Marshall, Stark, Knox, Henderson and Warren:
was mustered into the servit-e at Peoria, Dec. 20,
1861, and was first under lire at Shiloh. It also
took part in the raid in the rear of Corinth, and
in the battles of Bolivar, Corinth (second battle),
luka, Lexington and Jackson (Tenn. ) ; in Mc-
pherson's expedition to Canton and Sherman's
Meridian raid, in the relief of Yazoo City, and in
numerous less important raids and skirmishes.
Most of the regiment re-enlisted as veterans in
December, 1863; the non-veterans being mus-
tered out at Memphis, in the autumn of 1864. The
veterans were mustered out at the same place,
Sept. 30, 1865, and discharged at Springfield,
October 20.

Twelfth Cavalry. Organized at Spi-ingfield,
in February, 1862, and remained there guarding
rebel prisoners until June 25, when it was
mounted and sent to Martinsburg, Va. It was
engaged at Fredericksburg, Williamsport, Falling
Waters, the Rapidan and Stevensburg. On Nov,
26, 1863, the regiment was relieved from service
and ordered home to reorganize as veterans.
Subsequently it joined Banks in the Red River
expedition and in Davidson's expedition against
Mobile. While at Memphis the Twelfth Cavalry
was consolidated into an eiglit-conipany organi-
zation, and the Fourth Cavalry, having previously
been consolidated into a battalion of five com-
panies, was consolidated with the Twelfth. The
consolidated regiment was mustered out at
Houston, Texas, May 29, 1866, and, on June 18,
received final pay and discharge at Springfield.

Thirteenth Cavalry. Organized at Chicago,
in December, 1861 ; moved to the front from
Benton Barracks, Mo., in February, 1862, and
was engaged in the following battles and skir-
mishes (all in Missouri and Arkansas) : Putnam's
Ferry, Cotton Plant, Union City (twice), Camp
Pillow, Bloomfield (first and second battles). Van
Buren, Allen, Eleven Point River, Jackson,
White River, Chalk Bluff, Bushy Creek, near
Helena. Grand Prairie, White River, Deadman's
Lake, Brownsville, Bayou Jletoe, Austin, Little
Rock, Benton, Batesville, Pine Bluff, Arkadel-
phia, Okolona, Little Missouri River, Prairie du
Anne, Camden, Jenkins' Ferry, Cross Roads,
Mount Elba, Douglas Landing and Monticello.
The regiment was mustered out, August 31, 186.'),
and received final pay and discharge at Spring-
field, Sept. 13. 1865.

Fourteenth Cavalry. Mustered into service
at Peoria, in January and Februarj', 1863; par-
ticipated in the battle of Cumberland Gap, in the
defense of Knoxville and the pursuit of Long-



street, in the engagements at Bean Station and
Daudridge, in the Mai-ou raid, and in the cavalry
battle at Sunshine Church, In the latter Gen-
eral Stoneman surrendered, but the Fourteenth
cut its way out. On their retreat the men were
betrayed by a guide and the regiment badly cut
up and scattered, those escaping being hunted by
soldiers with bloodhounds. Later, it was engaged
at Waynesboro and in the battles of Franklin and
Nashville, and was mustered out at Nashville,
July 31, 1865, having marched over 10,000 miles,
exclusive of duty done by detachments.

Fifteenth Cavalry. Composed of companies
originally independent, attached to infantry regi-
ments and acting as such; participated in the
battles of Fort Donelson and Shiloh. and in the
siege and capture of Corinth. Regimental or-
ganization was effected in the spring of 1863, and
thereafter it was engaged chiefly in scouting and
post duty. It was mustered out at Springfield,
August 25, 1864, tlie recruits (whose term of
service had not expired) being consolidated with
the Tenth Cavalry.

Sixteenth Cavalry. Composed principally
of Chicago men — Thieleman's and Scliambeck's
Cavalry Companies, raised at the outset of the
war, forming the nucleus of the regiment. The
former served as General Sherman's body-guard
for some time. Captain Thieleman was made a
Major and authorized to raise a battalion, the
two companies named thenceforth being known
as Thieleman's Battalion. In September, 1862,
tlie War Department authorized the extension of
the battalion to a regiment, and, on the 11th of
June, 1863, the regimental organization was com-
pleted. It took part in the East Tennessee cam-
paign, a portion of the regiment aiding in tlie
defense of Knoxville, a part garrisoning Cumber-
and Gap, and one battalion being captured by
Longstreet. The regiment also participated in
tlie battles of Rocky Face Ridge, Buzzard's
Roost, Resaca, Kingston, Cassville, Carterville,
AUatoona, Kenesaw, Lost Mountain, Mines
Ridge, Powder Springs, Chattahoochie, Atlanta,
Jonesboro, Franklin and Nashville, It arrived
in Chicago, August 23, 1865, for final payment
and discharge, having marched about 5,000 miles
and engaged in thirty-one battles, besides numer-
ous skirmishes.

Seventeenth Cavalry. Mustered into serv-
ice in January and February, 1864; aided in the
rei)ulse of Price at Jefferson City. Mo., and was
engaged at Booneville, Independence, Mine
Creek, and Fort Scott, besides doing garrison
dutv, scouting and raiding. It was mastered



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out in November and December, 1865, at Leaven-
worth, Kan. Gov. John L. Beveridge, who had
previously been a Captain and Major of the
Eighth Cavalry, was the Colonel of this regi-
ment.

First Light Artillery. Consisted of ten
batteries. Battery A was organized under tlie
first call for State troops, April 21. 1861. but not
mustered into the three years' service until July
16; was engaged at Fort Donelson, Shiloh,
Chicka.saw Bayou, Arkansas Post, the sieges of
Vicksburg and Jackson, and in tlie Atlanta cam-
paign; was in reserve at Champion Hills and
Nashville, and mustered out July 3. 186.'), at
Chicago.

Battery B was organized in April, 1861, en-
gaged at Belmont. Fort Donelson, Sliiloh, in the
siege of Corinth and at La Grange, Holly Springs,
Memphis. Chickasaw Bayou, Arkansas Post, the
siege of Vicksburg, Mechanicsburg, Richmond
(La.), tlie Atlanta campaign and tlie battle of
Nashville. The Battery was reorganized by con-
solidation with Battery A, and mustered out at
Chicago. July 2, 1865.

Battery D was organized at Cairo, Sept. 3, 1861 ;
was engaged at Fort Donelson and at Shiloh,
and mustered out, July 28, 1865, at Chicago.

Battery E was organized at Camp Douglas and
mustered into service, Dec. 19, 1861 ; was engaged
at Shiloh, Corinth, Jackson, Vicksburg, Gun-
town, Pontotoc, Tupelo and Nashville, and mus-
tered out at Louisville, Dec. 24, 1864.

Battery F was recruited at Dixon and mus-
tered in at Springfield, Feb. 25, 18G2. It took
part in tlie siege of Corinth and the Yocona
expedition, and was consolidated with the other
batteries in the regiment, March 7. 1865.

Battery G was organized at Cairo and mus-
tered in Sept. 38, 1861 ; was engaged in the siege
and the second battle of Corinth, and mustered
out at Springfield, July 34, 1865.

Battery H was recruited in and about Chicago,
during January and February, 1863 ; participated
in the battle of Shiloh, siege of Vicksburg, and
in the Atlanta campaign, the "March to the
Sea," and through the Carolinas with Sherman.

Battery I was organized at Camp Douglas and
mustered in, Feb. 10. 1862; was engaged at
Shiloh, in the Tallahatchie raid, the sieges of
Vicksburg and Jackson, and in the battles of
Chattanooga and Vicksburg It veteranized,
March 17, 1864, and was mustered out, July 26.
1865.

Battery K was organized at Shawneetown and
mustered in, Jan. 9, 1862, participated in Burn-



side's campaign in Tennessee, and in the capture
of Knoxville. Part of the men' were mustered
out at Springfield in June, 1865, and the re-
nianider at Chicago in July.

Battery M was organized at Camp Douglas and
mustered into the service, August 13, 1863, for
three years. It served through the Chickamauga
campaign, being engaged at Chickamauga; also
was engaged at Missionary Ridge, was besieged
at Cliattanooga, and took part in all the impor-
tant battles of the Atlanta campaign. It was
mustered out at Chicago, July 24, 1864, having
traveled 3,103 miles and been under fire 178 days.

Second Light Artillery. Consisted of nine
batteries. Battery A was organized at Peoria,
and mustered into service. May 23, 1861 ; served
in Missouri and Arkansas, doing brilliant work
at Pea Ridge. It was mustered out of service at
Springfield, July 27, 1865.

Battery D was organized at Cairo, and mustered
into service in December, 1861 ; was engaged at
Fort Donelson, Shiloh, Vicksburg, Jackson,
Meridian and Decatur, and mustered out at
Louisville, Nov. 31, 1864.

Battery E was organized at St. Louis, Mo., in
August, 1861, and mustered into service, August
20, at that point. It was engaged at Fort Donel-
son and Shiloh, and in the siege of Corinth and
the Yocona expedition — was consolidated with
Battery A.

Battery F was organized at Cape Girardeau,
Mo., and mustered in, Dec. 11, 1861; was engaged
at Shiloh, in the siege and second battle of
Corinth, and the Meridian campaign; also
at Kenesaw, Atlanta and Jonesboro. It was
mustered out, July 27, 1865. at Springfield.

Battery H was organized at Springfield, De-
cember, 1861, and mustered in, Dec. 31, 1861; was
engaged at Fort Donelson and in the siege of
Fort Pillow; veteranized, Jan. 1, 1864, was
mounted as cavalry the following summer, and
mustered out at Springfield, July 29, 1865.

Battery I was recruited in Will County, and
mustered into service at Camp Butler, Dec. 31,
1861. It participated in the siege of Island No.
10, in the advance upon Cornith, and in the
battles of Perryville, Chickamauga, Lookout
Mountain, Missionary Ridge and Chattanooga.
It veteranized, Jan. 1, 1864, marched with Sher-
man to Atlanta, and thence to Savannah and
through the Carolinas, and was mustered out at
Springfield.

Battery K was organized at Springfield and
mustered in Dec. 31, 1863 ; was engaged at Fort
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siege of Vicksburg. It was mustered out. July
U. 1865, at Chicago.

Battery L was organized at Chicago and iiui-s-
tered in, Feb. 2^, 1862; participated in the ad-
vance on Corintli, the battle of Hatchie and the
advance on the Tallahatchie, and was mustered
out at Chicago, August 9, 186.').

Battery M was organized at Chicago, and mus-
tered in at Springfield. June, 1863 ; was engaged
at Jonesboro, Blue Spring, Blountsville and
RogersviUe, being finally consolidated with
other batteries, of the regiment.

Chicago Board of Tradk Battery. Organ-
ized through the efforts of the Chicago Board of
Trade, which raised §1."),00U for its ^luipment,
within forty-eight hours. It was mustered into



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