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New Orleans, Vovember 30, 1863.

The following Circular, from the Headquarters of the Army, Inspector Genal's Department, is republished for the information and guidance of the troops of this Department.

The names of the Inspectors appointed will be sent to these Headquarters as soon as possible.

Corps Inspectors will forward their monthly reports to the Assistant Inspector General of the Department before the 25th of each month.

HEADQUARTERS OF THE ARMY, INSPECTOR GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT,

Washington, D. C., March 9, 1863.

INSPECTION CIRCULAR.

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Corps Commanders will appoint a sufficient number of energetic and faithful officers, to assist the Corps Inspectors in ing at least one thorough inspection each month, in accordance with this form. Brigade Inspectors will make their reports by Regiments to the Division Inspectors. Division Inspectors will inspect the Cavalry of the Division ; they will consolidate the regimental reports (from Brigade Inspectors) by Brigade and in duplicate, adding the report of their inspection of the Cavalry; also the report of an inspection of the Artillery of the Division; retaining one copy, and forwarding the other to the Corps Inspector.

Corps Inspectors will inspect the Cavalry of the Corps; they will consolidate the Brigade reports (from Division Inspectors) by Division and in duplicate, adding the report of their inspection the Cavalry ; also the report of an inspection of the Artillery of the Corps; retaining one copy, and forwarding the other to the Inspector General at Department Headquarters.

Department Inspectors will retain a copy of reports from Corps Inspectors, and will forward the originals, properly endorsed, to the Inspector General, at the Headquarters of the Army ; they will also furnish, at the same time, a report of the inspection of the Reserve Artillery.

In Regiments that are detached from their Brigades, the Adjutant will be the Inspector, and he will send his report to the Inspector of the Brigade.

The inspection should take place between the 15th and the 20th of each month. Inspectors must consider themselves upon dirty at all times, reporting every irregu

larity of whatever nature. They should also make frequent visits to all Guards, Videttes and Outposts, etc., to enable them to report fully upon their efficiency.

Inspectors should state the ability and zoal of officers in command of troops, and the capacity of officers on Staff and administrative duties. They shonld also report by name all officers who are habitually intemperate, neglectful of duty, or grossly unmilitary, or ignorant of their duties.

Praise or censure of officers and troops, ils they may deserve, is particularly enjoined upon them. Inspectors will forward a letter of advice with their reports, which should contain all information possible on the subject of roads, modes of communication, etc., etc. ; in fact, every information that will be of importance of interest at Corps, Department, or Army Headquarters.

BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL HALLECK :

D. B. SACKET,

Colonel and Inspector General.

BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BANKS :

G. NORMAN LIEBER,

Acting Assistant Adjulant General.

GENERAL ORDERS

HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE GULF,

No. 80.

New Orleans, December 7, 1863.

I. Before a General Court Martial, convened at Barrancas, Florida, pursuant to General Orders No. 21, of June 8, 1863, from the Headquarters Troops in West Florida, aud of which Colonel W.C. HOLBROOK, 7th Regiment Vermont Volunteers, is President, were arraigned and tried :

1. Private Frank Natlo, Company B, 7th Regiment Vermont Volunteers.

Charge Ist: “ Sleeping on Post.

CHARGE 20 : “ Neglect of Duty.)
Finding: Of the 1st charge.--"Not Guilty."

Of the 2d charge--" Guilty.” And the Court does therefore sentence him, Private Frank Natto, Company B, 7th Regiment Vermont Volunteers, “to be confined at hard labor for the period of one month, in charge of the regimental guard of the 7th Regiment Vermont Volunteers."

2. Private Alexander J. Rooney, Company K, 2d Regiment United States Artillery.

CHARGE : “ Absence without Leave." Finding : Of the charge--"Guilty.” And the Court does therefore sentence him, Private Alexander J. Rooney, Company K, 24 Regiment United States Artillery, “ to be confined at Fort Pickens, Florida, in charge of the guard, for one inonth ; the first two weeks in solitary confinement, the remainder of the time at hard labor.”

3. Private John Doyle, Company I, 15th Regiment Maine Volunteers.

CHARGE 1st: “ Committing Rape.

CHARGE 20 : “ Conduct prejudicial to Good Order and Military Discipline." Finding : Of the 1st charge-- “ Not Guilty.”

Of the 2d charge-(no finding). " And the Court does therefore acquit the said Private John Doyle, of Company I, 15th Regiment Maine Volunteers.':

4. Private Johh Mehegan, Company F, 15th Regiment Maine Volunteers.

CHARGE : “ Conduct to the prejudice of Good Order and Militury Discipline.Finding: Of the charge--"Guilty."

And the Court does therefore sentence him, the said Private John Mehegan, Company F, 15th Regiment Maine Volunteers, “to be confined six months at hard labor, in charge of the guard, in Fort Pickens, Florida, with a ball weigbing thirty-two pounds attached to his left leg by a chain three feet long."

II. Before a General Court Martial, convened at Carrollton, Louisiana, pursuant to General Orders No. 29, of August 15, 1863, from the Headquarters, 4th Division, 19th Army Corps, and of which Captain JEREMIAU Simpsox, 90th Regiment New York Volunteers, is President, was arraigned and tried :

First Lieutenant John W. Shields, 159th Regiment New York Volunteers.

CHARGE 1st : Deserting his Colors in the face of the enemy."
CAARGE 20 : 6 Absence without Leave."

CHARGE 3d : “ Breach of Arrest.":
Finding : Of the 1st charge--" Guilty."

Of the 2d charge_“Guilty.”

Of the 3d charge--"Guilty.” And the Court does therefore sentence him, First Lieutenant John W. Shields, 159th Regiment New York Volunteers, “ to be cashiered."

III. Before a General Court Martial, convened at Baton Rouge, Louisiana, pursuant to General Orders No. 3, of August 18th, 1863, from the Headquarters, Ist Division, 19th Army Corps, and of which Colonel JACOB SHARPE, 156th Regiment New York Volunteers, is President, was arraigned and tried :

Second Lieutenant Eduard J. Cornell, Company C, 116th Regiment New York Volunteers.

CHARGE : “ Disobedience of Orders." Finding : Of the charge--"Guilty." And the Court does therefore sentence him, Second Lieutenant Edward J. Cornell, 116th Rgiment New York Volunteers, “ to be dismissed the service of the United States."

IV. Before a General Court Martial, convened at Headquarters, 2d Division, 13th Army Corps, pursuant to Special Orders No. 56, of September 12th, 1863, from the Headquarters, 2d Division, 13th Army Corps, and of which Captain W. P. BLACK, 37th Regiment Illinois Volunteers, is President, were arraigned and tried :

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