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Acting Signal Oficers and others who lose or dispose of Field Glasses to be charged with their
cost...

11
Acting Chief Signal Officers of Departments to appear before the Examining Board at Wasb-
ington......

135
Accounts of the Quartermaster's Department, rules governing rendition of .
Adamantine Candies, extra issue of, authorized for Adjutant General's Department and Regi-
mental Adjutants......

117
Additional Paymasters to be eramined as to fitness, etc., before being commissioned..

62
list of appointments as...
Adjutant General, increase of Clerical force in the office of the.

70
Adjutant General's Department, promotions and Appointments in the..
Adrance Bounty, payments of, made by Paymasters in certain cases, to be allowed them io set-

tlement of their accounts ......

regulations to facilitate payment of, in individual cases.
Advance Pay, soldiers re-eplisting to receive one month's......

191
Bouoties and Premium, revised order relative to..

191
Adrance Bounties and Premiums will, under no circumstances, be paid by Recruiting Officers... 625
African Descent, persons of, authorized to be enlisted as under cooks...

79,542
pay of, who enlist under Act of July 17, 1852.

192
Afidarit of Company Commanders autborized to show loss of Company books, clothing accounts,

etc
Agent for Exchange of Prisonere, Brigadier General S. A. Meredith appointed in place of Lieu-
tenant Colonel Ludlow.

264
Aides-de-Camp, Additional, may be appointed Mustering Officers.

50
and other Staff Officers attached to General Officers not exercising command, if

Company Officers, to rejoin their regiments, and if General Staff Odicers,
or Additional Aides-de-Camp, they will report for assigament to duży by
letter to Adjutant General........

223
General Officers to make monthly repori of all, attached to their Staff, etc..
under Act of July 17, 1-62, List of appointmenis of.......

470
discharged by order of the President under Act of August 3, 1861, List of.......
All appointments of Provost Marsbals revoked by Secretary of War...

66
All captures and booty belong primarily to the Government of the Captor

108
All Prisoners of War are liable to infiction of retaliatory measures...

110
All Officers when captured must surrender their Side Arms to the Captor....

110
All applications of Quartermasters, Commissaries and Paymasters for change of Station, or to

be exempled from operation of orders of assigoment to Stations, to be considered as
tenders of resignation, and they will be mustered out of service.......

397
Allen, Brigadier General Robert, announced as Senior Quartermaster of Department of North

West, Missouri and Tennessee.....
Allotment Commissioners appointed by Governor of New York to be recognized by all Officers.. 194
America, J. M. J., sentence in case of, set aside......

103
Ambroue, Lieutenaot William, dismissed the service....
A Muhtary Parole not to serre until exchanged, must not be confounded with a Parole of Honor
to do or not to do a particular thing not inconsistent with the duty of a Soldier......

237
An Officer who gives a Parole for Himself on the battlefield is deemed a Deserter...
Antonali, Private Geacomo, sentence in case of, approved........

305
Any Plerige or Parole of Honor extorted from a prisoner by ill-usage or cruelty is not binding... 237
Any oe glect of Railroad Companies to furnish proper transportation for Troops and supplies will
be prompily reported to the War Department .......

650
Applications for payment in cases of lost Discharges to be made to Second Auditor.

" extension of Leares of Absence will not be granted by War Department unless
recommended by the Officer granting the leare........
Appointments of Major and Brigadier Generals in the Volunteer force, List of..

466
Dot confirmed by the Senate and which expired by Constitutional limitation, List of. 495
Armed service of the United States, Slaves declared free and authorized to be received into the..
Arm«d Enemies, respectiog, not belonging to the hostile Army.......

111
Armed or ubarmed resistance by Citizens of the Coited States against lawful movements of

Troops......

680

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Army of the Potomac, Major General Burnside relieved from command of the.....

11
Hooker assigned to command of the.....

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relieved from command of the....

George G. Meade assigned to command of the
Army Corps, assignment of Commanders to the First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Elev-
enth, and Twelfth.......

103
* Twentieth and Twenty-first consolidated and called the Fourth..
Army Regulations, Paragraph 1883 amended in reference to issues of Equipments and Arms.... 190

156
to rewards for Deserters.

542
Army, Promotions and Appointments in the, made by the President

450
Armr-Ration to include Pepper in proportion of four ounces to every one hundred Rations..... 79
Army of the Cumberland in the field, Major L. C. Easton assigned to duty as Acting Chief

Quartermaster of the ..
Arms and Munitions of War captured from the Enemy to be turned over to Officers of Ordnance,
Department......

96
Arms furnished to a Soldier not to be sold or bartered away, and will be seized when found in
hands of unauthorized Persons.....

76
Arms and Accoutrements of Regiments whose term of service bas expired to be turned over to
the Governor of the State......

128
Arms, Ammunition, etc., Executive order modified concerning Shipment or Exportation of...... 398
Armesy, Thomas D., sentence of, for Recruiting within the Union lines for the Rebel Army 710
Armistice must be agreed upon in writing and ratified by highest contending Parties...

114
Armstrong, Private Milton, sentence in case of .....

137
Armstrong. Private Joseph, death sentence of, commuted

661
Artillery, organization of Regiments and Batteries of..

127
Artificial Limbs for Soldiers, appropriation for......
Arrest of a Paymaster to be promptly reported to the Paymaster General.

708
Assistant Surgeons, two authorized for each Regiment of Cavalry.....

4
one of the, of a Regiment may be detached for Hospital duty wben the Sur.
geon and other Assistant are present
Assistant Surgeon General, allowance of rooms, etc., to the....

95, 155
Assistant Commissary of Musters, one authorized for each Division.

instructions to......

beld accountable in relation to Musters in reduced Regiments. 205
Assistant Adjotants General to make a Personal report Monthly..
Auxiliary Boards for examination of Candidates for Commission : Signal Corps, duties of...... 122
Axtell, Major Nathan, sentence in case of, remitted

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Baber, R. P. L. (Barber) Additional Paymaster, order of Muster-out in case of, revoked .........
Beggage of Officers not to be carried in the wagons or on pack animals assigned for transporta-

tion of Forage and Commissary Stores......
Bail or Recognizance of Persons in arrest or under indictment
Baldwin, Lieutenant Thomas C., dismissed the service..
Baldwin, Private A., seutence against declared inoperative...
Baieb, Captain George T., assigned to duty as Principal Assistant in Bureau of Ordnance..
Bo'lan, T. J., death sentence of, annulled....
Banks, Major General N. P., assigned to command of Nineteenth Army Corps....
Burnett, Prirate John T., death sentence in case of, approved by the President.
Battery Organization, Schedule of........
Battalion of Sappers, Miners, and Pontoniers, assignment of Officers to the..
Baxter, Assistant Surgeon A. J., dismissed the service..
Bestir, Private Edgar, death sentence of, commoted by the President
Beef Cattle and Supplies captured from the Enemy to be turned over to Commissary Department.
Bezan, Captain John H., dismissed the service.....
Be ser. Prirate Jobo, discharged on ground of insanity.
Baiger, Colonel James, dismissed the service....
Beli, Colonel Joseph W., dismissal of, revoked

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Benton, Captain James G., assigned to command of Washington Arsenal....

428
Betts, Samuel C., trial of, on charge of treason.....
Blanchard, Private Frederick E., sentence in case of, commuted.

206
Blue, Private M., sentence against, declared inoperative.
Board of Examiners for examination of additional Paymasters ordered.
to examine Officers and Men on Signal duty....

121, 23,9
Board of Enrollment authorized in each Congressional District and their duties defined.. 74, 121, 212
Boards for examination of Applicants for Commissions in Regiments of Colored Troops, rules
for guidance of..........

157
Boards for examination of Retired Officers, Members, Recorder, and Witnesses of and before, to

bave same extra pay, etc., as in cases of General Court Martial....
Bonds of Agents for collection of Abandoned Property.......

84
Booty on the Battle-field, respecting ....
Borden, Lieutenant John H., Court Martial proceedings in case of.

147
Bounties, Premium and Advance Pay, revised order relative to....

Twenty millions appropriated for payment of.
Bounties and Premiums for Recruits for Regular Army and Volunteer service, appropriation for .
Bounty to Volunteers and Militia who re-evlist for one and two years....

76, 94
Bounty of One hundred dollars payable to Enlisted Men discharged within two years on account
of wounds....

83, 192
Bounty of One hundred dollars payable to Enlisted Men discharged after two years service or
final Statements...

255
Bounty of One hundred dollars only to be paid to persons enlisted after January 5, 1864
Bounty of Three hundred dollars to Recruits for Regular Army to be paid until June 25, 1861... 686
Bounty, Premium, etc, of Four hundred and two dollars to Recruits enlisting in Regular Army
for five years' service ...

217
Bounty Premium, etc., of Four hundred and two dollars to Veteran Volunteers, and instructions
concerning re-enlistment of.........

213, 543
Brayton, Corporal Charles E., sentence against, declared inoperative .

379
Bratlit, Sergeant Charles, death sentence of, commuted .......
Brevetting Volunteer and other Officers, an Act to authorize..
Brietenbach, Captain John R., sentence in case of, disapproved.....

817
Brigadier Generals absent from duty more than thirty days on account of sickness other than

those wounded, to report state of their health. Those who report unfit for duty to be
honorably Mustered out: those wbo do not report unfit for duty to rejoin their commands:
those who have been absent over thirty days by reason of wounds, to report when thes

expect to resume duty, sending Surgeons' certificate.....
Briggs, Lieutenant Wm. J., Court Martial proceedings in case of..
Brooks, Major General W. T. H., assigned to command of Department of Monongabela.

197
Brower, Private Andrew, sentence in case of, commuted....
Brown, Brevet Brigadier General Harvey, retired from actire service..
Brown, Lieutenant Joseph, Court Martial proceedings in case of .
Brozman, M., sentence in case of, set aside.

117
Brundridge, Private Charles, Court Martial proceedings in case of.

145
Buck, Private Ira, sentence against, declared inoperative..
Buel, Private Sylvester, trial and death sentence of ....
Burd, Lieutenant John D., dismissed the service....

193
Burke, Lieutenant Colonel Martin, retired from active service...
Burnside, Major General Burnside, at his own request, relieved from command of Army of

Potomac....

relieved of command of Department and Army of the Ohio
by Major General Foster.....

628
Burrows, R. W., sentence in case of, commuted.....

166
Burrows, Lieutenant Thomas B., disinissed the service

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Bush, Captain Anthony H., dismissed the service...
Butler, Lieutenant La Fayette, restored to duty...

196
Batler, Major General B. F., report of Board on precedence of Rank claimed by...

293
appointed to command of Eighteenth Army Corps and Department
of Virginia and North Carolina......

567

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Cadets appointed in the Army, List of..

200
Caio, Lieutenant James H., Court Martial proceedings in case of

300
Caldwell, Thomas J., death sentence of, confirmed by the President..

837
Campbell, Private John, death sentence of, approved by the President.

646
Candidates for Commission in Signal Corps, qualifications of.....
Captured Officers and Men, if paroled and released in the field by others than Commanders of
opposing armies, such action is of no effect.......

237
Captured Messengers, if in uniform, to be treated as Prisoners of War.....

112
Captured and Paroled, all Officers and Men of the United States Army who were, previous to
September 1, 1863, declared duly exchanged..

558
Capitulation, general instructions concerning.....
Carpenter, Private George W., sentence in case of, remitted..

350
Carrigan, Private John, sentenced to death..
Carroll, Dennis, death sentence of, approved by the President....

679
Cartel published in G. 0. 142 of 1862, attention of all in Military service called to

237
Carter, Corporal Edward, sentence in case of, disapproved .

306
Carter, Private John, death sentence of, approved by the President...
Care of sick Soldiers in private Hospitals, appropriation for......
Casey, George W., death sentence of, as a Spy, approved ..

679
Cashell, Hazell B., trial of, and review in case by Secretary of War...

818
Castleberry, Corporal George W., sentence in case of, remitted..

661
Cavada, Lieutenant Colonel F. F., sentence in case of, remitted.
Caralry, each Regiment of, to have two Assistant Surgeons .

4
" Company of, to have from sixty to seventy-eight privates..
Carairy and Artillery horses, appropriation for purchase of..

22
Cavalry service, instructions to promote efficiency of the..

290
Cavalry pay, no Officers entitled to, unless specially assigned by War Department under Act
of July 17, 1862, to duty, requiring them to be mounted......

353
Cavalry Bureau created, to have charge of Organization and Equipment of Cavalry
" Inspection Reports of Cavalry Troops to be sent to the....

290
Chief of, requisitions for Re-mounts to be made on the, through intermediate
Commanders.....

290
* Major General Stoneman announced as the Chief of the

291
estimates for funds to be submitted to the, for approval before being finally
acted upon by the Quartermaster General

291
Cernola, Colonel L. P., dismissal of, reroked

52
Claimers, Captain George B., sentence in case of, commuted
Changes of Stations, applications for, by certain Officers, will cause their Muster out of service. 327
Cha; lains of the Enemy not to be held as Prisoners of War....
qualifications of, under Act of July 17, 1862.....

127
Chane, Sergeant John, Court Martial proceedings in case of

123
Chevroos, Service, to be furnished to Veteran Volunteers..
Chief of Ordnance, increase of Clerical force in the office of the...

70
Colopel George D. Ramsey ordered to assume duties of
Ct ieľ Trumpeter, pay of, same as Chief Bugler.....

78
Chief Farrier and Blacksmith, grade of, abolished..

78
Chief Rebels subjects of trial by the legitimate Government for high treason.

116
Caims for property lost in the Military service, rules governing...
(iark, Lieutenant James, sentence in case of, cominuted

658
Clark, Private Charles, trial and death sentence of...
Clark, Private John H., sentence in case of, commuted..

382
Clarkson, Corporal William, sentence in case of, declared inoperative.....

879
Carv, Lance Corporal John, sentence in case of, 236; remitted by the President..

448
C:ford, Charles Hl., commutation of sentence in case of ....

154
Cun, Corporal Thomas, death sentence of, confirmed by the President...
Catbes, Arms, etc., not to be disposed of by Soldiers, and the same found in possession of one not
a Soldier may be seized and delivered to any Quartermaster...

76

289

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112

218

429

128

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329

Clothing, when transferred, Invoice to be made in triplicate, two to accompany the, the third to

be sent to Quartermaster General '586

Clothing, Camp and Garrison equipage, statement of cost of. "601

Collecting, drilling and organizing volunteers, appropriation for 2L

Collection of Abandoned Property, agents for the, their duties, etc 83, 96

Collins, Private Cornelius, sentence in case of, commuted SOS

Cole, Private Joseph P., Court Martial proceedings in case of 145

Cole, Lieutenant John P., dismissed the service 182

Colerick, Lieutenant William, dismissed the service 223

Colored Troops, bureau for organization of, established 157

"" Inspectors to supervise organization of, in Northern and Western States 157

""Boards to examine Candidates for Commissions to command 157

"" no person to Recruit for, unless authorized by War Department 157

"" to be accepted by Companies 157

"" Regiments of, to be numbered in the order in which they are raised 15?

""Recruiting Stations and Depots to be established for, by the Adjutant General.. 157

"" Non-commissioned Officers of, to be selected from the best of their number 157

"" rules governing Boards in examining Applicants for Commissions in 157

""Major George L. Stearns announced as Recruiting Commissioner for A 202

Company Commander, affidavit of, in case of lost Vouchers, Clothing, Supplies, etc 20

Company Commissary Sergeant, pay of, same as Company Quartermaster Sergeant 77

Company Officers, Commissioned and Non-commissioned, rendered supernumerary by consolida-
tion of Regiments, to be Mustered out at date of consolidation 95

Commutation of Officer's subsistence and forage, appropriation for 22

Commutation for transportation and fuel and quarters not allowed to Provost Marshals 76

Commutation of fuel and quarters, accounts of Recruiting Officers for 625

Compensation of Soldiers acting as Cooks and Nurses, appropriation for 23

Commissary General, increase of Clerical force in office of. 70

Commissary Department, an Act to promote the efficiency of the 24

""Beef-Cattle and Supplies captured from the enemy, to be turned over

to the 96

Commissaries applying for change of Station or to be exempted from operation of orders of
assignment to Stations, will be considered as tendering Resignation, and will be mustered

out of service 327

Commissary of Musters, one authorized for each Corps or Department 60

""duty or, defined 60,95

"*' "respecting Regiments reduced below the minimum 205

"" " "Veteran Volunteers 602

Commissaries and Assistant Commissaries of Musters, not to be relieved except by authority of

Adjutant General 60

Commanding General in the Field, approval of, in cases of Spies or Deserters sentenced to death,

sufficient 76

Commanders of Regiments and Batteries in the field authorized to grant Furloughs for thirty

days to five per centum of Non-commissioned Officers and Privates 77

Commanders of Departments authorized to grant Leaves of Absence 679

""" Furloughs to Men in General Hospital 688

Commission to examine claims of Officers and Men in the Western Department 64

Commissioned Officers disabled in the service, transfer of, to Invalid Corps discontinued 412

Commercial Intercourse with insurrectionary States, order in respect to regulation of 95

Contracts, all agents of the Government precluded from taking consideration for procuring 71

Consolidation of Companies directed in cases where Regiments are reduced to one-half the

maximum 76, 94, 95

Consolidation of reduced Regiments, rules for the 94

Conklin, Lieutenant A. L., sentence in case of, remitted 660

Cook, John F., sentence of commuted 679

Cooks shall be detailed in turn from the privates of each Company, etc 79

Cooks and Nurses, males and females, authorized to be employed as, in Hospitals for Blacks and

in all General Hospitals 6S8

Corbin, William F., sentence of death in case of 133

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