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Crook, George

78 Gibbs, Eugene B. Cronkhite, Adelbert

-(XIII) 38 (I) 75 Gibson, Horatio G..

(IV) 98 Crosby, Oscar T.

-(III) 75, (III) 98 Gilbreth, Benjamin H. Crosman, George H.

(XI) 98
-(XII) 98 Gill, William H
Cruse, Lieut..

-(I) 32, (V) 35
(I) 125
Gillmore, Quincy O'M..

III) 98
Cuyler, John M.

-(X) 98
Goethals, George W..

(III) 98
# Gonzales, Manuel J.

XI) 98 Daly, Joseph

127 ! Goodin, James A.-Dana, James

(II) 75 -(I) 35, (II) 99

Gordon, William B.. Davis, David.

-(V, VI) 35 (XXXIII) 94 Graham, Walter C., see Thomas H. Day, Call and Company.

-(III) 119

Wilson
Dean, Alexander T

(IX) 98
(V 35
Greeley, Charles S.

83 de Janon, Patrice

(XI 98 !! Green, James 0.. Dent, John C.

(II) 75 (VII 98 Green, John.. De Russy, Gustavus A

-(I) 70 -(IV, X) 98 Greene, Frank Devens, Mr. Attorney-General.

-(V) 35 (II) 88 Greenough, G. G. Dillenback, John W.

-(I, III) 66 (IV) 98 Grimes, Edward B. Dodge, Richard I.

(11) 35 (VI 98 Grugan, F. C...

66 Dolan, Michael (XIII) 98 Guenther, Francis L

(IV) 98 Donovan, John H.

(XIII) 98

Guilfoyle, John F
Dowd, Heman..

(II) 35
(II 35
Guiteau, Charles J.

(II) 61 Drum, William F.

--(VI) 98 Guthrie, John B Du Barry, Beekman

(VI) 98 (I 98 Dugan, Thomas B. -(III) 75, (III) 98 Haller, Granville 0..... Dull, C. P. (XXVII) 94 Hancock, W. S.

(VI) 35

(I) 132 Dull, D

(XXVII) 94 Hardie, James A.Du Pont, Samuel Francis

-(VIII) 79 ----(I) 32 Hardin, Charles B.

-(X) 98 Harriogton, Alphonso.

127 Eads, James B.--(XXI) 94 Harris, Leonard A

(IX) 102 Earle, Richard T.

-(V) 98 Harrison, G. F. E... Eastman, Francis Henry.

-(I, II, III) 66 (III) 110 Hatch, Edward

-(I) 46, (I) 125 Eastman, Sarah E

(III) 110

Hathaway, Forrest H.. -(IV, VI) 35 Egan, Peter R..

-(VIII) 98 Hay, Thomas H. Ekin, James A

-(VII) 35 -(1) 35 Head, John F. Elder, Samuel S.

(I) 98 (IV) 98 Heap, D. P Elliott, Charles P.

-(II) 98 (II) 75

Hemphill, William C. Ellsworth, Epkraim D.

-(VIII) 35 (XI) 98 Hewitt, Christian C.

(VII) 98 Ernst, Oswald H. (II) 98 Hewitt, Augustine F

-(XIII) 98 Evans, George H.

(II) 35 Evans, Robert K.

Heyl, Charles H.

(VII) 98 (III) 35 Hibbard, W. H.

(IV 83 Everts, Edward (VIII) 98 Hoadly, George

IV 83

Hollis, Magnus O Fawcett and Sons, Thomas. III) 10

-(II) 75 Homer, William B.

127 Ferris, Samuel P.

(VII) 35 Horner, Simpson and Sons. (II) 10 Fessenden, Joshua A

98 Hopkins, William E. Fiebeger, Gustav J. (III)

-(VIII) 98

98 Houston, David C... Field, Cyrus W

(II) 98 -(IV 83

Hough, Alfred L. Fitch, Graham D.

(III) 35 -(1) 75 Howard, Charles Alton, see Alton Flint, Franklin F

(XI) 98 Henry Budlong Flipper, Henry 0

(I) 58, (XIII) 98 (XIII) 98 | Howard, Clarence 0.

VI) 35 Forsyth, John

--(VI) 35

Howard, Guy Forsyth, William W

-(1, II) 66, (VI) 98 (I) 75 Howard, Oliver 0

78 Fowler, Charles S.

(X) 98 Howe, Albion P. Frantz, John H...

-(IV, X) 98 (VII) 35 Howe, Timothy 0 Frelinghuysen, Frederick T-(I, II) 91, 118 | Howell, Charles W

(I, II) 83 Fremont, Colonel

-(XII) 98 (V) 99 Howell, William T. French, Thomas H.

(VII) 35 -(VII) 35 Hoxie, Richard L.

(IT) 98 Hudson, C. H

(IV) 83 Gardner, William H

(I) 98 Hugo, William H. Garfield, James A

(VIII) 35 -(IV) 32 Humphries, Solon Garrett, John W

--(IV) 83 (IV) 83 Huston, jr., Daniel -(III) 35, (XI) 98 Garretty, Frank D.

VII)
98

Hyer, Joseph K.
Geary, Woodbridge. -(III) 75, (VII) 98

-(VII) 35 Getty, George W.

98

Ilges, Guido Gibbon, John

(III) 35 (III) 99 Ingalls, Rufus

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Ingersoll, Edward

-(XI) 98 McIver, George W Irwin, jr., Francis G..

-(II) 75
-(1) 75 McLaughlen, Napoleon B.
Ives, Rollin A..

-(XI) 98
-(VII) 35
McLeelan, Curweu B

-(II) 35
McMillan, James

(XI) 98 Jacobs, Joshua W.

-(IV) 35, (XII) 98 McNally, Valentine Janies, Albert W.

(VIII) 98 127

McPherson, Edward Jefferson, John P.

-(XXXIV) 94 (VI) 35 McWatty, Robert--Jewett, Horace.

-(VIII) 98 -(III) 35

Meigs, Montgomery C----(V) 35, (IV) 99 Johnson, Alfred B... -(V) 98 Merrill, Sherman M

(IX 98 Johnson, Carter P.

(IX 98 Merritt, Wesley Johnson, Henry C.. -(VIII) 35

-(I) 70,78

Millar, Edward A Jones, Alexander

(I) 75 -(I) 41 Miller, Mr. Justice Jones, Paulina

(I) 40 (I) 41 Miller, Wm. A. Jones, William A.

(IV) 35 -(II) 98 Millis, John.

(III) 98 Mills, S. M.

-(I, II, III) 66 Keefe, Joseph

(II) 35 Mitchell, Andrew D. Keeney, Charles C

VII) 35 (I) 98 Mitchell, David D. Keifer, J. Warren

(III) 35 (XXXIII) 94 Kelly, M. J.

Moffatt, Peter

-(XIII) 98 (I) 119 Morgan, John H. Ketchum, Hiram H.

(IV) 99 (VII) 98 Moore, Orlando H. Kilburn, Charles L

(VI) 98 (XI) 98 Morris, Charles.

(IV 98 King, John H.

VI) 35 Morris, Richard L. King, William S..

-(III) 35, (XIII) 98 -(X) 98 Morton, Oliver P Kirby, D. T

(VI) 59 (I) 79 Muhlenberg, John C. Kirkman, Joel T.

(V) 35 (VI) 98 Munday, Benjamin Knight, John G. D.

(VIII) 98 -(II) 98

Myers, Marion Twiggs La Motte, Robert S.

-(V) 99 (1) 70 Lancaster, James M.

-(I) 96 Nave, Orville J Larke, Aluved..

(IX) 98
VII) 35
Neal, Samuel F.

(II) 59 Larned, Charles T..

VII) 35

Negley, James S. Lawler, John

(IX) 102 (III) 41

Neill, Thomas H Layton, Caleb R.

-(I) 70 LIX 98 Newcomb, Warren P

(I) 75 Lazelle, Henry M.

-(VII) 98 Newton, William S. Leloup, Ed

(II) 59 (IV) 83 Nickerson, Azor H.

(XI) 98 Lemly, Henry R.

_(XI) 79 Nickerson, James DLewis, W.D

-(VII) 98 (VII) 82 Niles, Lotus Lincoln, Robert T

-(II) 35 -77, 78, (I) 96, 115 Notson, William M Lissak, Ormond M.

(XII) 98 -(I) 75 Nutt, Haller.. Livers, John.

-(IV) 119 -(XI) 98 Nutt, Julia A. Lorain, Lorenzo

-(IV) 119 -(VII) 35 Ludlow, William..

(II) 98

O'Donoghue, Florence Lugenbeel, Pinkney

-(XIII) 98 (VI) 35 Osborne, Nathan W Lundeen, John A

(III) 35 -(I, II, III) 66 Osgood, H. B..

-(I, II, III) 66 Otis, Elwells

-(1) 8 Mackenzie, Alexander.

(II) 98 Overton, Gilbert E MacMurray, Junius W.

-(II) 35 -(IV) 98 Owen, jr., William 0. Macomb, John N

-(VIII) 98 (x) 98 Magruder, David L.

-(I) 98

Page, Charles
Mahon, Stephen K.

(1) 98
-(VI) 98
Parker, John D.

98 Maize, William R.

(VU) 98 Parker, Percy Maris, William W

-(XII) 98 (IV) 83 Marshall, William L.

Patten, George H

(II) 75 (II) 98 Patten, George W Martin, John A

-(XII) 98 (IX) 102

Paulding, William
Mason, Charles W.

-(VI) 98
(III) 35
Payson, Albert H..

(II) 98 Mason, John Anderson.

-(I) 61 Penn, Davidson B Mason, John S

(I) 110 (I) 70 Peshine, John H. H Mason, Richard B.

-(VI) 98 133 Pitcher, William L.

VI) 98 Mayer, N

(III) 99 McAuliffe, James R.

Plummer, Satterlee C.

(VII) 35 VII) 35 Poe, Orlando M

(II) 98 McCafferty, Charles.. -(XXVII) 94 Poole, De Witt C. McCullogh, Welty

-(VIII, XI) 98 -(V) 83 Porter, Jeremiah

(XI)

98 McDonald, John B.

LV) 35 Porter, Johu M. McDowell, Irvin.

(III) 98 115, 123 McFarland, William C.

Postlethwaite, William M.. (X) 98

(VI) 98 Potter, James B. M. McGonnigle, Andrew J.

-(I) 35
-(I) 35
Potter, Reuben M

(XI) 98

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Pratt, Sedgwick.

-(I, II, III) 66

Tingle, Charles A. Price, David -(I, II, III) 66

-(XII) 98

Todd, Albert Price, William R

-(IV) 98 -(VII) 35 Torrey, Robert A

(XI) 98

Totten, John R. Quinan, William R

-(I, III) 66 -(VI) 35 Townsend, Curtis McD

-(III) 98

Treat, Charles G.. Ramsay, George D.

(I) 75 --(I) 67, (XII) 98 Tremaine, William S Randol, Alanson M

(II) 98 -(IV, X)

98

Tucker, jr., William F. Rawles, Jacob D.

(V) 35 -(I) 96 Twiggs, John W Read, George B

(V) 99 (VII, XII

98 Twining, William J.. Reynolds, Charles

(XII) 98 (XI) 98 Tyler, Richard W Ridge, Thomas

-(I) 40 -(III) 122 Rochester, William B. (IV, VI) 35

Valentine, Joseph

(III 99 Rodman, jr., Samuel (III) 75, (IV) 98 Van Vliet, Frederick

(III) 98 Romero, Matias. (I, II) 91, 118 Van Voast, James

III) Rucker, Daniel H.

35 -(IV, VI) 35 Vaux, William

(XIII) 98 Ruger, Thomas, H.

-(III) 99 Vodges, A. W.. Russell, Albert J..

(I) 66 -(II) 35

Waite, Mr. Chief Justice.. Sage, William H

(II) 61 -(II) 75

Wakeman, William J Saxton, Rufus.

(VIII) 98 (I) 35 Walker, John H.-

(IV) 83 Schmidt, Charles

-(III) 99

Warren, G. K Schofield, George W. :-(II) 35 | Warren, James G

(I) 32, (XII) 98 Schofield, John M.

(III) 98 115 Warwick, Oliver B. Schwatka, Frederick

(IV) 35 (III) 119 Webb, Charles A Scott, Winfield (Chaplain).

(VII) 35 -(IX) 98

Weitzel, Godfrey Scott, Winfield (General)

(II) 98 133 Welsh, Blanton Shafter, William R

(II) 75 (1) 70 West, Barrington K Sharpe, Henry G

-(I) 75 (XII) 98 Wetzel, Williams Sherman, W.T

-(III) 110 127 Wheeler, Fred. Shober, F.E.

-(I) 35 -(XXXIV) 94 l Wheeler, William B. Shoemaker, Frank L.

(IV) 35 -(I) 35 1. White, David. Shoemaker, William R.

(XI) 98 -(XI) 98 White, John V.

-(I, II, III) 66 Simons, James

(X) 98 Whitehead, William E Simonson, John S.

(VII) 36 (VI)

35 | Whitman, Royal E. Simpson, W. A

(V) 99 -(I, II, III) 66 Whitney Folliot A

(III) 35 Slaker, Adam.. -(IV) 98 Whittelsey, Charles H.

(III) 99 Smart, Charles

(II) 98 Whyte, Frederick.. Smith, jr., Charles

(XI) 98 (IX) 98', Wilcox, John A Smith, Edward W.

(1) 70 (IV) 35 Wilkins, John D.

(V) 98 Smith, Frank G -(I) 96 Willard, Joseph H.

(III) 98 Smith, George R -(VIII, XII) 98 Willard, Wells

(VIII, XII) 98 Smither, Robert G.

-(II) 35

Willcox, E. Farnsworth Spencer, Eugene J.

-(V) 35 (I) 75 Willcox, Orlando B..

-78, (I) 125 Spencer, Thomas J.

-(VIII) 35 Williamson, Robert S. Sprigg, Carroll

-(XI) 98 (IV 83 Williston, E. B Squiers, H.G.

-(I) 96 (I) 66 Wilson, George F. Stafford, John

-(VIII) 98 (IX)

98 Wilson, James E. Stafford, Stephen R_

-(IX) 98 (III) 35 Wilson, Thomas. Stevens, Charles J.

-(1) 98 (I) 75 Wilson, Thomas H.

(IX) 98 Stewart, Charles S. (II) 98 Woart, John.

(XI) 98 Stottler, Victor E. (II) 75 Wolcott, Christopher C

VI) 35 Swayne, Frank B. -(IV) 83 Wood, William H.

(XI) 98 Woodward, C. G.

-(I, II, III) 66 Taylor, Franck E.

(I) 96 Worthington, A. L. Taylor, Morse K

-(III) 83 -(II) 98 Wright, William D Thompson, Charles B

-(V) 35 (V) 98 Thompson, John T

(I) 75 Young, George S. Tidball, J.C

(V) 98 --54, (IV) 98 Young, Richard W. -(III), 75 (V) 98

INDEX OF GENERAL ORDERS.

Adjutant General's Office, 1882.

SUBJECTS.

-(II) 46

ABE LINCOLN Post No. 29.

Act granting four condenined cannon to, of the G. A. R., at Council Bluffs,
Iowa.

--(III) 103
ACCOUNT.

Amends paragraph 1663 of the Regulations so as to read: “The signature

to the receipt and the name of the person or business firm as entered at
the head of an, must be literally alike.”.

„116
ACCOUNTING OFFICERS.

Act to authorize the, of the Treasury to settle the accounts of Brevet Major
Generai Edward Hatch, U. S. Army --

-(II) 46
ACCOUNTS.

Respecting the, &c., of the post treasurer and treasurer of the regimental
fund

7
Act to authorize the accounting officers of the Treasury to settle the, of

Brevet Major General Edward Hatch, U. S. Army -
Amends paragraph 2313 of the Regulations respecting, for medicines.. 49
Amends paragraph 2052 of the Regulations respecting settlement of,

which include transportation over certain land-grant and other roads 93
Appropriation of amount required to effect a transfer in the settlement of

the, of Charles H. Whittelsey, deceased, late a captain in the 13th
Infantry

99
ACTS OF CONGRESS. (See RESOLUTIONS.)

An act making an appropriation for the base and pedestal of a monument

to the late Rear Admiral Samuel Francis Du Pont, U. S. Navy-approved
February 25, 1882

32
An act for the relief of William H. Gill--approved March 4, 1882 (III) 32
An act making an appropriation for continuing the improvements of Gal.
veston Harbor, State of Texas--approved March 4, 1882-

-(IV) 32
An act to provide for certain of the most urgent deficiencies in the appro-

priations for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred

and eighty-two, and for other purposes-approved March 6, 1882-------(V) 32
An act directing the Secretary of War to pay over to the Society of the

Army of the Cumberland seven thousand five hundred dollars, to aid in
the erection of a statue or monument to General James A. Garfield-
approved March 11, 1882.

---(VIII) 32
An act for the relief of Paulina Jones, widow of Alexander Jones, deceased,

late of Company E, Second North Carolina Infantry-approved March
15, 1882.-

-(I) 41
An act appropriating one hundred thousand dollars for continuing the
work on Davis Island Dam--approved March 21, 1882.-

---(III) 41
An act to establish a railway bridge across the Mississippi River, extend-

ing from a point between Wabasha and Read's Landing, in Minnesota,
to a point below the mouth of the Chippewa River in Wisconsin-ap-
proved March 28, 1882

-(VI) 41
An act to authorize the Secretary of War to release a right of way across

lands of the United States at Plattsburg, New York-approved March 28,

1882
An act to authorize the accounting officers of the Treasury to settle the

accounts of Brevet Major General Edward Hatch, United States Army,
chairman and disbursing officer of the special Ute Commission appointed
under act of Congress of May third, eighteen hundred and seventy.
eight-approved March 31, 1882_.

--(II) 46

(I) 46
mont, to be placed near a soldiers' monument in said town--approved
May 17, 1882

(I) 58

AUTS OF CONGRESS-Continued.

An act authorizing the construction of a bridge over the Missouri River at
or near Arrow Rock, Missouri-approved April 1, 1882

-(III) 46
An act to authorize the Secretary of War to sell the military barracks,

and the lands upon which they are located, in the city of Savannah,
Georgia--approved April 7, 1882---

-(V) 46
An act to authorize the construction of a bridge across the Missouri River

at the most accessible point within five miles above the city of Saint
Charles, Missouri--approved April 14, 1882

-(I) 51
An act to authorize the construction of a bridge across the Mississippi

River at or near Keithsburg in the State of Illinois, and to establish it
as a post road-approved April 26, 1882

-(II) 51
An act to authorize the appointment of an ordnance storekeeper in the
Army--approved May 1, 1882.

-(III) 51
An act to amend section fifty-two hundred and fifty-four, title sixty-three,

Revised Statutes of the United States, concerning the use of piers and
cribs in the Mississippi River--approved May 1, 1882-

-(IV) 51
An act authorizing the Secretary of War to donate to the Ladies' Soldiers'

Monument Society of Portsmouth, Ohio, four condemned cannon-ap-
proved May 1, 1882

-(V) 51
An act making an immediate appropriation for the removal of obstructions

at Hell Gate, New York-approved May 4, 1882.
An act to authorize and direct the Secretary of War to change the name

of Charles Alton Howard, a second lieutenant in the Ninth Regiment of
Cavalry of the Army of the United States, on the register, rolls, and

records of the Army, to Alton Henry Budlong--approved May 15, 1882-(II) 58
An act making appropriations for fortifications and other works of

defense, and for the armament thereof, for the fiscal year ending June
thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-three, and for other purposes-
approved May 19, 1882

-(III) 58
An act donating condemned cannon and cannon-balls to the city of

Topeka, Kansas, for monumental purposes-approved May 17, 1882.----(I) 59
An act donating cannon and cannon-balls for use and ornament about a

suitable soldiers' monument at Portland, Maine-approved May 17,
1882

-(II) 59
An act donating condemned cannon and cannon-balls for monumental
purposes--approved May 17, 1882

-(III) 59
An act to authorize the Secretary of War to furnish condemned cannon

for the soldiers' cemetery at Gallipolis, Ohio-approved May 17, 1882 --(IV) 59
An act donating condemned cast-iron cannon to the Soldiers' Monument

Association of Birmingham, Connecticut-approved May 17, 1882 --(V) 59
An act to donate condemned cannon to the Soldiers' aud Sailors' Associa-
tion of Bellaire, Ohio-approved May 17, 1882.

--(VI) 59
An act to authorize the Secretary of War to turn over to Sampson Post

Number Twenty-two of the Grand Army of the Republic, of Rochester,

New Hampshire, four condemned cannon-approved May 17, 1882----(VII) 59
An act to donate one condemned cast-iron cannon to the citizens of Otsego,
Michigan--approved May 17, 1882-

-(VIII) 59
An act to donate iron cannon to the township of Milan, Ohio-approved
May 17, 1882

-(IX) 59
An act donating condemned cannon and other munitions of war to the

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monumental Association of Lycoming County,
Pennsylvania-approved May 17, 1882

-(X) 59
An act to authorize the Secretary of War to turn over to E. E. Sturtevant

Post Number Two of the Grand Army of the Republic, of Concord, New
Hampshire, six condemned cannon, and for other purposes--approved
May 17, 1882

--(XI) 59
An act to donate four condemned iron cannon to the city of Mansfield,

Ohio, to be placed on the public square near the soldiers' bronze monu-
ment-approved May 17, 1882

-(XII) 59
An act to authorize the Secretary of War to furnish condemned cannon

for the Soldiers' Cemetery at Hamilton, Ohio-approved May 17,
1882

--(XIII) 59
An act granting four condemned cannon to the town of Brandon, Ver.

--(XIV) 59

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