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No. 94.

Nero Orleans, November 12, 1862.

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The following named Officers, serving in this Department, have been reported by the Commissary General to the Paymaster General, recommending the stoppago of their pay, for non-rendition of their returns and accounts in the Commissary Department, as required by law and regulations; and the same have been reported to the Paymaster of this Department by the Paymaster General, ordering their pay stopped :

Lieut. A. Putney, 8th New Hampshire Volunteers.
Lieut. H. G. Cushing, 8th
Lieut. Chas. D. Webb, 12th Maine
Lieut. J. H. Crowell, 14th
Lieut. W. A. Brainerd, 13th
Lieut. Stewart Newell, 4th Wisconsin
Lieut. James Monroe, 26th Massachusetts“
Lieut. J. W. Cushing, 31st
Lieut. L. C. Howell, 31st
Lieut. E. A. Fisk, 30th
Lieut. C. W. Stone, 6th Michigan
Lieut.. J. A. Leonard, 1st Louisiana
Lieut. J. B. Bromley, 13th Connecticut

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BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BUTLER:

R. S. DAVIS,

Captain and Acting Assistant Adjutant General

No. 95.

Nero Orleans, November 12, 1862.

The annexed orders from the War Department will be immediately complied with by all officers in this Department. A duplicate of the Inventory tberein called for will be sent, by each officer, to the Chief of Ordnance at these Headquarters simultaneously with its transmission to Washington ; and it must include all arms in possession of officers and soldiers, from whatever source verived, except private arms brought into the Department from the North.

Each officer will report to these Headquarters the date of receipt of this Order, to expedite the report of delinquents to the Adjutant General.

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Every commanding officer of a Detachment, Company, Regiment, or Post, who has any arms in his possession, or under his control, for which he is accountable, shall, within ten days after the reception of this order at the camp or post at which he may be stationed, or, if on the march, within twenty days after it has been communicated to him from the Headquarters to which he reports, to make an inventory. stating

1. The number of arms for which he is accountable, giving the name or names of the arms.

2. The calibre of the arms.
3. Whether they are smooth or rifled.
4. How many are serviceable, and how many require repairs.

5. How many of the arms are in use, and at what place or places those not in use are kept, and what is their condition,

6. The date at which the order was communicated to him,

Such inventory will be signed by the officer making it, with bis full name, title and post office address, and be transmitted without delay, by mail, to Brigadier General James W. Ripley, Chief of Ordnance, Washington, D. C., with a letter of advice.

Commanding officers of Armies, Corps, Divisions, Brigades, Regiments and Posts, are required to see that this order is enforced in their respective commands, and to report to the Adjutant General, whether it has been complied with, stating the names of all officers who fail or neglect to comply with it within the time specified.

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No. 96.

New Orleans, November 18,1862.

It having been certified by Colonel J. W. Turner, Chief Commissary, that Lieutenant Chas. D. Webb, Quartermaster 12th Regiment Maine Volunteers, and Lieutenant Henry G. Cushing, of eth Regiment New llampshire Volunteers, hare rendered their accounts to the Commissary Department, their names are withdrawn from General Orders No. 94, current series, from these Headquarters, and this order will be forwarded to the Paymaster General for information.

BY COMMAND or MAJOR GENERAL BUTLER :

GEO. C. STRONG,

Assistant Adjutant General.

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