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  1. Cook, Merritt Knight, Twenty-first Georgia; David Moore, Eighteenth North Carolina; G.H. Lowrle, Sixteenth Virginia; J.H. Smith, Twelfth South Carolina; J.M. Rinehardt ...

  2. F, 3d Va., sick; G.H. Ingraham, Co. F, 2d N.Y., sick; D. Burris, Co. E, 107th Penn., sick; T. Flood, Co. D, 16th Mass., sick; P. Bradley, Co. ...

  3. Clay*, G.H. Thomas, G. Cadwalader,* W.T. Sherman, and E.O.C. Ord. These marked thus* are new appointments. The others were already Brigadier-Generals of volunteers...

  4. ..., 18th Mo. D.W. Hamlin, Co. H, 73d Ill. Sergt. C.J. Allen, Co. A, 4th Iowa cavalry. E. Penstom, Co. H, 73d Ill. J.M. Stout, Co. G, 88th Ill. William B. Kearsey, Co. F, 9th Iowa. P. Hanks, Co. H, 98th Ill. E. Baldwin, Co. B, 98th...

  5. ... Wood, Miss Fitzgibboons, C.C. Western, W.R. Dowling, S. Frank, Col. Magna, T.W. Seymour, T.F. Guiob, G.H. Goodwin, S. Chapman, E. Poest, S. Hart. Col. Morse, Hiss Bazin. In steamship Roanoke, for Havana. -- J. Fritze, Adolf ...

  6. G.H. SANBORN, honorable mention for "the ingenuity of his cord and rope-making machinery." I.M. SINGER, "for his collection of well-constructed sewing machines." WILCOX & GIBBS ...

  7. One of the baskets bore the letters V.M. in beautiful white flowers on a blue ground, another the word "Resurgam," while, above all, hung a very rich wreath surrounding an embroidered ...

  8. H., 122 Eldridge Fisher P., 124 Delancey Falle A., 89 Orchard Forsleenner G., 111 Hester Fisher H., Chrystie Flesbach C., 54 ...

  9. G.H. Taggard; Quartermaster M.L. Morrison. Line Officers. -- Co. A -- Capt. G.A. Brice, First Lieut. C.B. Gafney. ...

  10. der; First Lieutenant, G.H. Blackman; Second Lieutenant, L.W. Hamlin. Co. I -- Captain, J.M. Ca[???]nne. The Seventy-third New-York Veteran ...

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