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THE ARMY REGISTER 



V, 



UNITED STATES. 






CONTAIinNG : 



THE GENERAL STAFF. 

DISTRICTS STAFF. 

fAVALRT. 

ARTILLERT. 

INFANTRY. 

RIFLE CORPS. 

IINEAL RANK. 

HAVGERS. 

V. S. VOLUNTEERS. 

SEA FENCIBLES. 

MILITARY ACADEMY. 



COMPONENT PARTS OF REGIMENTS. 

COMPONENT PARTS OF COMPANIES. 

GENERAL REGULATIONS IN THE 
SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS. 

STATIONS AT WHICH DOUBLE RA- 
TIONS ARE ALLOWED. 

MONTHLY ALLOWANCE OF FUEL. 

PAY, SUBSISTENCE, AND FORAGE. 

ARMY CLOTHING. 

PAY AND SUBSISTENCE OF OFFI- 
CERS OF THE NAVY. 



CORRECTED UP TO THE 1st DAY OF DECEMBER, 1813: 
£1/ the Jidjtitant General of the Fourth JMilitary District, 



To be issued quarterly, unless material changes take place; when- 
ever any change of importance occurs, it will be issued at the 
bcginnins; of the succeedina: month. 



PHIIABELPHIA, PHIirrED. 

1813. 



CONTENTS. 



Pa!>-e.] 
Academy Military, 14 63 
Adjt gen. No. & rank, 11 
Duties of (see re- 
gulations.) 67 
Uniform, 84 85 
Pay, forage, sub- 
sistence, 87 
Lineal rank, 40 
Waiters, 90 
Aids, (see regulations.)18 
Annual estimates, 

(See qr. m. g. dept.)7.'> 
( See ordnance dept. 80 
Artillery Ltglit, 16 

Pay, subsistence, 89 
Clothing, 92 

Uniform-of 84 86 
Artillerv, 1st Regt. 18 
2d. 19 

3d. 20 

Uniform of, 84 86 
Brigades, how constitu- 
ted, 64 
Brigadier Generals, 

Lineal rank, 40 

Number, 10 

Pay, subsistence, 

forage, 74 87 

Waiters, 90 

Aids, 64 

Cadets, 63 

Captains,(seelin.rank,4l 

Camps, (see Ins. Gen.)70 

Carolina, North 6dist. 5 

South 5 

Chaplains, 14 

Clothing, cost of 91 

Colonels, Lineal Rank, 4t) 

Pay, subsistence, 

forage, 74 89 

Waiters, 90 

Commissary Gen. 

(seepurchas.dep.)80 
Compliments paid by 

the troops, 66 

Component parts of 

Regts. 64 

—— Companiei, 64 



Page.^ Page. 

Confidential Reports Hospital surgeon, 

(Seeinsp. gen.) 70 Pay, subsistence, 
Connei ticut, 2 District, 3 forage, 

Correspondence, (see Fuel, 

adjt. gen.) 68 Waiters, 

Delaware, 4 dist. 4 Illinois, 8 district. 

Department war 3 Indiana, 8 district 

Details of service, (see Infantry regt. 1st 



A.djt.Gen.) 
Discharges, 
District Paymasters, 
District No. 1 
2 



61 

82 — 

15 — 

3 — 

i - 

i - 



— Recruiting,(see 
Recruiting.) 83 
Distribution of ord- 
nance stores, (see 
ordi ance) ; 

Distribution of orders, 

(See adjt. gen.) 67 

Division, how constitu. 

te^), 64 

Double rations, 76 

Drafts of militia, 84 

Dragoons, 1st 17 

2d, 17 

clothing, 91 
Engineers, corps of IR 
Engineertopographers 11 
Fuel, 73 77 

Pay, subsistence, 
forage, 87 

Fencibles, sea, 62 

Forage, .illovvance of 
Fuel, allowance of, 73 7 
Furloughs, 82 

General officers, 10 

Staff 3tol 
Georsri^, 6 district, 
Hospital and medical 
department, 13 81 



2d 
3d 
4th 
."ith 
6th 
7th 
8tTi 
9th 
10th 
11th 
12th 
13th 
14th 
15th 
16th 
17th 
18th 
19th 
20th 
21st 
22d 
23d 
24th 
25th 
26th 
27th 
28fh 
29th 
30th 
31st 
32d 
33d 
34th 
35th 
36i.li 
3/th 
38th 
39th 
40th 

4l6t 



88 
73 77 
90 
6 
6 
21 
22 
23 
23 
24 
25 
25 
26 
27 
27 
28 
29 
30 
30 
31 
32 
35 
33 
34 
35 
3S 
36 
37 
38 
38 
44 
44 
45 
46 
46 
47 
4S 
4g 
49 
50 
51 
52 
52 
53 
54 
-55 



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CONTENTS. 



Page! 
Infantry regt. 42(1 55 

— 43d 56 

— 44th 57 
Infantry clotliing, 

cost of 91 

Uniform 86 

Inspection of powder. 

(See ordnance dep. ) 78 
Inspection of troops, 

(Seeinspec. gen.) 69 
Inspector Generals, 12 
Duties [see Regula- 
tions.) 09 
Instructions of troops, 

see Adjt. Gen. 68 

Judge Advocates, 1 

Jersey East, 3 dist. 4 

Jersey West, 4 dist. 4 
Keeping of ordnance, 

(see ord. dept.) 79 
Kentucky, 8 district, 6 
Laboratories, (see ord 

nance,) 78 

Lt. artillerv clothing, 92 
Lieut. Gol. (see lineal 

rank,) 40 

Pa)', subsistence, 

and tbrage, 74, 86 

Fuel, 73, 77 

Waiters, 90 

Louisiana, 7th dist- 

Volunteers of 61 

MajorGenerals, No. of 10 

Pay, subsistence, 

and forage, 74, 87 

Uniform, 84 

Waiters, 90 

Puel, 73, 77 

Aids, 6 

ISIajors, (seelin. rank,) 40 

Forage, 74 89 

Pay and subsist. 89 

Maine, 5 district, 

Volunteers of 
Maryland, 5 district, 
Massachusetts, 1 dist. 
Medical and hospital 

department 
Michigan, 8 district, 
Military Academy 14 63 
Military Corresj)ond 

(see Adjt Gen.) 

Military districts, 82 

stations, C7 

Militia drafts, 84 

Mississippi, 7 district 6 

Volunteers of 61 



Page. 
Missouri, 8 district, 6 
Miscellaneous rules, 81 
Muster and nispection, 

(see inspector gen.) 69 
Navy officers, their 

Pay and subsist. 93 
Petty do. 93 

New Hamp. 1 dist. 3 
Volunteers of 58 
New York, from the 
sen to the High- 
lands, 3 district, 4 
Volunteers of 58 
New York, north of 
the Highlands, 9 
district, 7 
Volunteers of 58 
Officers, rank of 65 
6 



Ohio, 8 district, 
Orders, distribution of 

(see adjt. gen.) 6 

Ordnance depart. 12, 78 
Laboratories 
Insp. of powiler, 78 
Distribution, 
Keeping stores, 79 
Returns, 79 

Annual estimates, 80 
Paymaster Gen. 
Pajf department, 15 

Pay of officers and sol- 
diers, 87 to 90 
Pay and subsistence of 
principal and petty 
officers of the navy 93 
Pay schedule for every 
corps and grade, 87 Troop.s, compliments 



Page. 
Regiments for one 

year, 44 to 54 

Regts. component parts 

of 64 

Regulations, general 

miscellaneous, 81 

Reports of officers in 

travelling 82 

Returns of clothing, 80 
Return of ord. stores, 79 
Rhode Island, .2 dist. 3 
Rifle regiment, '39 

Clothing, 92 

Salutes, . , 67 

Sea Fencibles, 62 

Selecting of camps, (see 

inspector gen.) 70 

Staff, general, 3 

Staff, districts, 3 

Staff", hospital, 13 

Stationeiy, . 75 

Stations, military 76 

Stations, recruiting 83 



Stores, ordnance, keep- 
ing of 79 
Straw, 74 
Summer months' al- 
lowance of fuel, 77 
Surgeons, hospital 13 
Superintending police, 

(see inspect, gen. ^ 70 

TL-nuessce, 7 district, 6 

Topograph, engineers, 11 

Duties of 81 

Transportation of bag- 



58 



Parades, inspection of 

(see IiiSp. Gen.) 70 
Penn. 4 district, 4 

Prisoners of war allow- 
ed transportation, 70 
Promotion, rules with 

regard to 65 

Powder, inspection of 

(see ordnance,) 78 
Police sup. of Ins. gen. 70 
P(n-chasing depart. 14 80 
Qr. Mr. Gens, depart- 
ment, 10, 71 to 77 
Quars. projjortionof 73 
Rangers, 57 
Rank lineal, 40 
of corjis in line, 65 
of officers on duty, 65 



Rations, double 
Recruiting districts. 



66 



by. 

Uniform, 84 

Vermont, 9 district 7 
Virginia, 5 district, 5 

Volunteers of 

New York, 59 

Maine, 58 

New Hampshire, 58 
Virginia, 60 

Mississippi, 61 

Louisiana, 61 

Waiters, projiortion of 90 
War department, 3 

West Jersey, 4 dist. , 4 
Winter months' allow- 
ance of fuel, 77 
Women, number al- 
lowed, 90 
Rations to 90 
Wood, allowance of 73, 77 



GENERAL STAFF. 

WAR DEPARTMENT, Washingtoit. 



Staff appointments. 



JWunes, and rank in line. 



Dates of 
commis. 
in staff 



Stations. 



Adjutant and insp. gen. 
Ins))ector general 
Assistant adjutant p;cn. 
Commis. £;en. ordnance 
Deputy com. oi'dnance 

"Ditto 
Assistant ditto 
Paymaster of tlie army 
Assist, topogra])!!. cng. 



Abimael Y. Nicoll, maj. 1 art. 

Chs. K. fiardner, maj. 25 inf. 

Decias Warlsworth 

John Morton 

Edwin Tyler 

Nehemiah Baden 

Robert Brent 

James Kearney, lieut. 5 inf. 



18 Mar. 13 


Washington 


18 do. 




2Julv 12 


Ditto. 


11 Sep. 


Ditto. 


5 Aug. 13 


Ditto. 


6 Aug. 


Ditto. 


I July ,08 


Ditto. 


12 Apr. 13 


Ditto. 



MILITARY DISTRICT, No, 1. 

JMassachiisetts and JVetv Hampshire. 



Brigadier general 


T. H.Cushing. Commanding. 






Adjutant general 


Peter P. Schuvler,col. 13 inf. 


28 Apr. 13 




Assistantinspettor gen. 


Enos Cutler, captain 7 inf. 


18 Mar. 




Ass. dep. qr. mas. gen. 


Jonathan Allen 


20 Apr. 




Hospital surgeon 


Benjamin Waterhouse 


29 June 




Garrison surgn's. mate 


Joseph Goodliue 


8 Feb. 03 




Ditto 


James H. Sargent 


8 Mar. 06 




District ])aymaster 


Nehemiah Freeman 




Boston. 


Ditto 


Jos. C. Boyd, for militia, &c. 




Maine. 


Dep. conira. purchases 


A masa Stetson 




Boston. 


Ditto 


John Lan2:don, jr. 




Portsmouth. 


Military storekeeper 


Samuel Devans 




Charlestown. 


Ditto 


John Rice 




Portsmouth. 


Ditto 


Jolm (Jhaffee 




Springfield. 



^MILITARY DISTRICT, No. 2. 

Jihodr Ishind. and Connecticut. 



Brigadier general 
Inspector general 
Ass. den. qr. m«s. gen 
Gan'ison surgn's. mate 
District paymaster 
Dep. comm. purchases 
MilitaiT storekeeper 



'I. Burbeck,brev. Command. 
Jacob Kins;sburv, col. 1 inf 
Richard H. .\shley. It. 1 art 
William Turner 
George L. Perkins 
Elisha Tracy. 
Giles L. Hommedieu 




New London. 

Norwich. 

Norwich. 



General Staff. 



MIUTARY DISTRICT, No. 3. 

v'Vew York, from the sea to the Highlands, and East Jerseij. 







Dates of 




Staff appointments. 


J\ra?nes, and rank in line. 


commis. 
in staff. 


Stations. 


Major general 


My. Dearborn. Co^nmanding. 




New York. 


Adjutant e;eneral 


John R. Feinvick, It.col.L. A. 


18 Mar. 13 


Ditto. 


Assistant ditto 


Th'imas Chrystie, It. 3 art. 


18 do. 


Ditte. 


Inspector general 


Nicholas Ciray 


18 do. 


Ditto. 


Assistant ditto 


J. C. Tillotson,lt. 2 Igt. drag. 


18 do. 


Ditto. 


Deputy qr. master gen. 


Theophilus W. Smith 


2 Apr. 


Ditto. 


Assistant ditto 


William A. Barron 


2 do. 




Engineer 


William Cutbush, 1st lieut. 




Ft. Columbus. 


Deputy com. ordnance 


George Talcott, jr. It. 25 inf. 


5 Aug. 


Sew York. 


Assistant ditto 


/Eneas M'Kay 


12 Mar. 


Ditto. 


Judge advocate 


Evart A. Bancker 


18 do. 


Ditto. 


Hospital surgeon 


Samu. 1 Akerly 


6 July, 12 


Ft. Columbus. 


Garrison surgn's. mate 


Alexander Wolcott 


25 Mar. 


Ditto. 


Chaplain 


Peter I. Vanpelt 


2 Apr. 13 




District paymaster 


Samuel H. Eakin 




New York. 


Deputy com . purch ases 


Samuel Russell 




Ditto. 


Militarj' storekeeper 


John Fellows 




Ditto. 


Ditto 


Jonathan Snowden 




Westpoint. 


Ditto 


H. P. Deering 




Sagg Harbor. 



MILITARY DISTRICT, No. 4. 

West Jersey, Pennsylvattia, and Delaware. 



Brigadier general 
Ad'utait general 
Assistantinspector gen. 
Quarter master gen. 
Dejiut'' ditto 
Assistant deputy ditto 

Ditto 
Deputy com. ordnance 
Assistant ditto 

Ditto 
Assist, topograph, eng. 
Apothecary general 
Garrison surgn's. mate 
District pa master 

Ditto 

Comm. gen. pui'chases 
Militarv storekeept r 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 



Joseph Bloomfield 

William Duane 

Robert Sterry, captain 6 inf. 

William Lmnai-d 

J S. Swearingen, capt. 1 art. 

Robert Patterson, It. 32 inf. 

Samue! Duncan 

Abraham R. Woolley 

William Wade 

Wi liam C. Lyman 

Thomas Clark, lieut. 2 art. 

Francis Le Barron 

John F. Heileman 

'lem-y Phillips, captain 6 inf. 

Jacob W. Albright lieut. 1 inf. 

Callender Ii-vine 

Richard Parker 

William C. Bennett 

D. Kirk\iatrick 

John M. Taylor 



22 Mar. 13 

10 May 
12 Apr. 
17 Mar. 
24June 

6 Aug. 

4 Dec. 12 
12Mar.l3 
19 Apr. 

Ido. 

11 June 

2 July, 02 



Philadelphia. 

Ditto. 

Ditto. 

Ditto. 
Pittsbin-g. 
Province isl. 
Carlisle. 
Pittsburg. 

Ditto. 

Ditto. 
Philadelphia. 

Province isl. 

Philadelphia. 

Pittsburgh. 

Philadelphia. 

Carlisle. 

'<\ ilmington. 

New Castle. 

Philadelphia. 



General Staff. 

MILITARY DISTRICT, No. 5. 

Murnland and Virginia. 







Dates of 




Staff appointments. 


J^ames, and rank in line. 


commits. 
In staff. 


Stations. 


Bria;a<lier general 








Atljutant general 


.lames Raiikhead, mtij. 7 ini. 


9 Sep. 1.3 




Quarter master gen. 


\\ illiam Swan, major 2 int. 


1 Aug. 




Deputi ditto 
Assistant deputy do. 


Paul Bentainu 


29 June 




Ferdinand Marsteller 


17 July 




Engineer 
Assistant ditto 


Walker K. Armistead, It. col. 






Samuel Babcock, captain 






Topograph, engineer 


P.ul H. Perrault 


12A])r. 




Hospital surgn's. mate 


William Jones 


2.fulv 




Garrison surgn's. mate 


George W. Man])in 


5 Nov. 02 




Ditto 


Lemuel B. Clark 


4 Jan. OS 




District pavraaster 


Satterlee Clark, lieut. 1 art. 




Annapolis. 


Ditto 


Samuel Ttimer 




Petershui-g. 


Deputy com. purcliases 


John M'Minncy 




W: .1, ngton. 


Ditto 


James Calhoun, jr. 




Baltimore. 


Ditto 


Robert C. Jennings 




Noriolk. 


Military storekeeper 


Edwin Starke 




Norfolk. 


Ditto 


Samuel .\nnin 




ifflrper'slerry 


Ditto 


Thomas B. Rutter 




Ba'timore. 



MILITARY DISTRICT No 


. 6. 




JVorfh ('(■roHna. S'l'/t; CaroHna, an 


'I Georgia 




M:ijor general 


Ths. Pinckuey. Commari'/inq- 






Adjutant general 


Frs. K. linger, It. col. 2 art. 


6 Vnr. 15 




Assi taut ditto 


JohnErving, 'ieut. 1 ar illery 


6 do. 




Inspector general 


William R. Boote, niaj. 2 inf. 


Gdo. 




Deputy quar. mas. gen. 


Samuel Ch.implaiu, It. I art. 


18 Mar. 




'Ditto 


Thomas Bourke 


19 Apr. 




Assistant ditto 


Peter Lequex, lieut. 8 iufan. 


M Aug. 




Ditto 


William Cox 


,51 do. 




Ditto 


Joseph B. Paine 


.31 do. 




Ditto 


James Ward 


31 do. 




Engineer 


Prentis Williird, captain 






Deputy com. ordnance 


John H. Margart 


,31 Dec 12 




Assistant ditto 


Daniel Bruckner 


6 Aug. 13 




Ditto 


' hristojiher Keyser 


6 do.' 




Judge advocate 


Tho.i.as T.Dent 


19 July 




Hospital surgeon 


William M'Caw 


20 May 




Ditto 


George V. Proctor 


11 June 




Ditto 


Thomas Akin 


29 do. 




Hospital sui'gn's. mate 


John H. Sackett 


22 Mar. 




Ditto 


Joseph L. Stevens 


29 June 




Ditto 


William Meriwether 


19 July 




Garrison surgn's. mate 


William Ballard 


24 Mar. 12 






Samuel Dusenbury 


25 do. 




District paymaster 


Hamlin Cook, lieut. 8 infan. 






iMilitan storekeeper 


Henry Simmons 




Charleston, 



General Sta^. 



MILITARY DISTRICT No. 7. 

Louisiana, the J\1is!iissijjpi Territorii, and Tennessee. 







/Jati's of 




Staff appointments. 


JVames, and rank in line. 


commis. 
in staff. 


Stations. 


Brigadier general 


Thos. Flonrnov- Command. 






Ditto 


David R.Williams 






Assistant Hfljutatit gen. 


Carey Nicholas, capt. 7 inf. 


25 Apr. 1.3 




Assistant inspector gen. 


Daniel Hug'ies, capt. 1 inf. 


7 Aug. 




Quarter master gen. 


William Piatt, capt. 2 inf. 


2.3 June 




Assistant deiuity ditto 


JolinT.AVM-t, lieut. 2 inf. 


25 Apr. 13 




Hospital suriieoii 


David C Ken- 


.30 Apr. 12 




Garrison surgeon 


Oliver H. Sijencer 


9 Oct. 04 




Hospital surgn's. mate 


J;imes Stcplicnson 


27 May,12 




Ditto 


Stephen Sutton 


27 do. 




Garrison surgn's. mate 


Robert Huston 


27 Feb. 07 




Ditto 


diaries Slocum 


25 Mar. 




Ditto 


William T. Davidson 


13June,08 




District ])aymaster 


S. Knight, capt. 1 inf. for vol. 






Ditto 


JohnT.Pemherton, cap. 2 int. 




N. Orleans. 


Ditto 


Alpha Kingsley, capt. 1 inf. 




Tennessee. 



MILITARY DISTRICT No. 8. 

KentJichy, Ohio, and the territories of Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, and 

JMissouri. 



M^yor general 


William H. Harrison 




Up. Canada. 


Brigaf'ier general 


Duncan M'Artlmr 




Detroit. 


Ditto 


Lewis Cass 






Adiutant gei>eral 


Edmund P.Gaines, col.25 inf. 


1 Sep. 13 


Up. Canada. 


Assistant ditto 


Robert Dunn, lieut. 22 inf. 


22 Mar. 


Ditto. 


Assistant inspector gen. 


Levi Hukil!, capt.l Igt. drag. 


fi Apr. 


Ditto. 


Quarter master gen. 


John C. Hartlett 


12 do. 




De])iuy ditto 


Taylor B;n-y, lieut. 17 inf. 


31 Mar. 




Assistait deputy ditto 


Jaines W.Br\ son, lieut. 1 inf. 


25 Apr. 


Newport. 


Ditto 


Josejjh Wher.ton 


28 do. 




Engineer 


Charles Gratiot, captain 






Ditto 


EI.D. Wood, capt. & maj. brev. 






Topograph. Engineer 


Simon Z. Watson 


20 Aug. 




Deputy com. ordnance 


Robert D. Richardson 


5 do. 




Assistant ditto 


Tlionias \j. Hawkins 


6 do. 




Judge advocate 


Joli.) S. Wills 


7 May 




Hospital surgeon 


Jobn R. Martiu 


2J'iiy 




Hospital surgn's. mate 


Hugli Stanard 


20>.iay, 




Garrison surgn's. mate 


William Turner 


9 July, 10 







r 






Geneiml Staff. 




DISTRICT No. 8— CONTINUED. 






Dates of 




Staff' appointments. 


sN'ames, and rank in line. 


cominis. 
in staff. 


Stations. 


Garrison siirgn's mate 


Cornelius CumiingUam 


15 Oct. 10 




Ditto 


Anthony Benezet 


25 Mar. 12 




Ditto 


Samuel Meriwether 


I Aug. 13 




Regimental surgeon 


S. M'Keehan 


29 July 




Re_s;i mental siirg.mate 


John M'Cull6ch, ditto 


29 do. 




Chaplain 


Stephen Lindsley 


29 July, 




Ditto 


Thomas Hersev 


20 Aug. 




District jiaymaster 


A.AViiitlockjcapt. linf. 




Vincennes 


Ditto 


James Taylor 




Kentucky. 


Ditto 


Samuel Huntington 




H. quarters. 


Ditto 


Jesse Hunt 




Ohio. 


Deputy com .puroliases 


John H. Piatt 




Ohio. 


Assistant commis^sary 


Rohert Irvine 




Detroit. 


^Military storekeeper 


Thomas Martin 




Newport. 


Brigadier general 


Benjamin Howard 




St. Louis.J 


Ass. (lep. qr. mas. gen. 


William Christy 






Garrison surgn's. mate 


Abraham Stewart 


19 Apr. 




Ditto 


Jonathans. Cool 


6 Mar. 06 




District paymaster 


Thompson Douglass 


8 Feb. 11 





MILITARY DISTRICT, No. 9. 

JVexu York, north of the Highlands, and Vermont. 



Major general 


James Wilkinson. Command. 






Ditto 


Morgan Lewis 






Brigadier general 


John P. Boyd 






Ditto 


Jacob Brown 






Ditto 


Leonard Co\ ington 




Dead. 


Quarter master gen. 


Robert Swartwout, head dpt. 


21 Mar. 13 




Adjutant general 


John B. Walbach, capt.l art. 


6 Aug. 




Assistant ditto 


John Johnson, major 21 inf. 


2 Apr. 




Ditto 


Ebenezer Beebe, capt. 6 inf. 


2 do. 




Ditto 


Talbot Chambers, capt. 5 inf. 


2 do. 




Inspector general 


James Gibson, capt. Igt. art. 


13 July 




Assistant ditto 


John R. Bell, lieut. I'^t. drag. 


29 Sep. 




Quarter master gen. 


Elisha Jenkins, of the district 


22 Apr. 




Deputy ditto 


Chri.Van de Venter, It. 1 art. 


26 Mar. 


Pris. in Cana 


Ditto 


Samuel Brown 


26 do. 




Ass. dep. qr. mag. gen. 


Gustavus Loomis, lieut. 1 art. 


19 Apr. 13 





8 



General Staff. 

DISTRICT NO. 9— coifTiirrED. 



Staff' appointments. 



J^ames, and rank in line. 



Dates of 
commis. 
iiL stuff. 



Statiotis. 



Ass. dep. qr. mas. gen. 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 
Chief engineer 
Engineer 
Assistant ditto 
Topograph, engineer 

Ditto 
Assistant ditto 
Ass.co m .gen.o rdnance 
Depulvcom. gen. ord. 

Ditto 
Assistant ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 
Judge advocate 

Ditto 
Physiciim andsur. gen. 
Hosi)ital surgeon 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 
Hospital surgn's. mate 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

D^tto 

Ditto 
Garrison surgn's. matt- 
Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 
Chaplain 



Ezra Smith, lieut. 1 art. 
John Bliss, lieut. 2 inlantry 
TliOinasR. Baldwin 
John G. Camp, lieut. 12 inf. 
Marshall Jenkins 
Abraham Ten Eyck 
Thomas Campbell 
Tiiuotliy Burr 

mes Rees 
oseph G. Swift, colonel 
George Boinford, major 
J . G. Totten, cap.and maj.brv, 
John Anderson capt. 19 inf. 
Isaac Roberdeau 
Benjamin Connor, lieut. 1 art 

James Daliba, lieut. 1 art. 
Thomas L. Campbell 
Rufus L. Baker 
George Earned 
JaniL-s Baker 
Philip S.Parker 
Stephen Lusli, jr. 
James Tilton 
James Mann 
GaiTet E. Prendergast 
Wdliam M. Ross 
Hosea Blood 
Ezekiel W. Bull 
W^illiani Thomas 
Rogers Smith 
Samuel Scofield 
Joshua B. Whilridge 
Henr\ Van Hoevenberg 
Edward Purcell 
William W. Hazard 
Henry Brundige 
William E. Horner 
John Rodgers 
Jos. Wallace 
Abnn. Vanhoy 
Eleazer Aspinwall 
Joseph West 
John H. Turner 
David Neilson 
Charles Taylor 
David Jones 



19 Apr. 13 

28 do. 

3 May 

20 do. 
20 do. 
20 do. 

29 July 
31 do. 

1 Aug. 



12 Apr. 

29 do. 

3 Aug. 

5 do. 

5 do. 

12 Mar. 
19 Apr. 

6 Aug. 
2 Apr. 
5 Oct. 

11 June 

9 Apr. 12 
25 do. 
18 Mar. 13 

5 May 

8 Aug. 

7Juh 09 

14 May 12 

15 Sep. 

30 Mar. 13 

31 do. 
■2 Ma> 

14 do. 

16 do. 

2 July 

13 Julv 
13 do." 
13 do. 

15 do. 
10Jim(-,02 

1 May, 10 

3 Dec. 12 
3 A.pr.l3 

2 do. 



Pris. on 



pat 



General Staff. 

DISTRICT No. 9— cosTivuED. 







Dates of 




Staff appointments. 


JVaines, and raiik in line. 


commis. 
in staj^ ■ 


Stations. 


Chaplain 


Robert Elliott 


'20 May ,13 




Ditto 


\aron J. Booge 


16 June 




Deputy pay mastergen. 


Washington Lee, maj. 16 inf. 




Utica. 


Assistant ditto 


Joseph H. Rees lieut. 3 art. 






Ditto 


Donald Eraser, lieut. 15 inf. 






District paymaster 


George Merchant 




Albany. 


Deputy com. purchases 


John H. Pliimmer 




Albany. 


Assistant commissary 


Mathew Irwin 




Chaniplain. 


Ditto 


Geo. Wadsworth 




Builiiigtoii. 


Ditto 


James E. Hen-ou 




Niagara. 


Military storekeeper 


John Shaw 




Albany. 


RIGHT WING. 








Lake ( hum plain. 








Major general 


Wade Hampton 






Brigadier general 


Thomas Parker 






Ditto 


George Izard 






Adjutant general 


William King maj. 15 inf. 


18 July 




Inspector genei-al 


Henry Atkinson capt. 3 nf 


25 Apr. 




Quarter mastergen. 


James Thomas 


28 do. 




Assistant deputy ditto 


Henry Stanton, lieut. L. A. 


12 July 




Engineer 


William M'Ree, major 






Assistant ditto 


S}lvanus Tiiayer, 1 lieut. 






Assist, topograph, eng. 


Daniel Rose, lieut. 21st inf 


20 do. 




Hospital surgeon 


amuel Shaw 


6 Apr. 




Ditto 


Walter V. Wheaton 


28 Mar. 




Hospital surgn's. mate 


Thomas C. Walker 


2 July 




Garrison surgn's. mate 


Israel Stoddard 


18 Feb. 




District paymaster 


Walter Sheldon, lieut. 11 inf 







10 

General Staff. 

RANK, DISTRICTS, STATIONS, 8cc. 



J^ames. 


Rank. 


Dates of 
appoiiit- 
ment. 




Stations and Re- 
marks. 


General oJJicers. 










Henry Deai'bcjrn 


Major general 


27 Jan. 12 


3 




Thomas Pinckiiey 


do. 


27 Mar. 


6 




James Wilkinson 


do. 


2 do. 13 


9 




Wade Hampton 


do. 


2 do. 


9 




Morgan Lewis 


do. 


2 do. 


9' 




Wm. H. Harrison 


do. 


2 do. 


8 




Joseph Bloomfield 


Brigadier general 


27 do. 12 


4 




James Winchester 


do. 


27 do. 




Prisoner of war. 


William Hull 


do. 


8 Apr. 




Prisr. war, parole. 


Thomas Flournoy 


do. 


18 June, 


7 




Thos. H. Gushing 


do. 


2 July, 


1 




John Chandler 


do. 


8 do. 




Prisoner of Mar. 


John P. Boyd 


do. 


26 Aug 


9 




Thomas Parker 


do. 


12 Mar. 13 


9 




George Izard 


do. 


12 do. 


9 




Wm. H. AVinder 


do. 


12 do. 




Prisoner of war. ♦ 


Duncan M'Arthur 


do. 


12 do. 


8 




Lewis Cass 


do. 


12 do. 


8 




Benjamin Howard 


do. 


12 do. 


8 




David R. Williams 


do. 


9 July, 


7 




Jacob Brown 


do. 


19 do. 


9 




Leonard Covington 


do. 


1 Aug. 


9 




Henry Burbeck 


Brig. gen. by brevet 


10Julv,12 


2 




Moses Porter 


do. 

4 


10 Sep. 13 


9 




Qiiar. 7nasters dept. 


Rank. 


IJescrip. q.m. 








Robert Swartwout 


B. G. 


Chief of dept. 


21 Mai-, 13 






William Linnard 


Colonel 


Qr. mas. gen. 


12 Apr. 


4 


Philadelphia. 


John C. Bartlett 


do. 


do. 


12 do. 


8 




Elisha Jenkins 


do. 


do. 


22 do. 


9 


Albany. 


James Thomas 


do. 


do. 


28 do. 


9 




William Piatt 


do. 


do. 


23 June 


7 


Ne«' Orleans. 


William Swan 


do. 


do. 


7 Aug. 


5 


Norfolk. 


Jas. S. Swearingen 


Major 


Dep. qr. m. g. 


17 Mar. 


4 


Pittsburg. 


Samuel Champlain 


do. 


do. 


18 do. 


6 


Charleston. 


C Van De Venter 


-do. 


do. 


26 do. 






Samuel Brown 


do. 


do. 


26 do. 


9 




Taylor Berry 


do. 


do. 


31 do. 


8 


St. Louis. 


Theos. W.Smith 


do. 


do. 


2 Apr. 


3 


New York. 


Thomas Bourke 


do. 


do. 


19 do. 


6 


Savannah. 


Paul Bentalou 


do. 


do. 


29 June 


5 


Baltimore. 


William A. Barron 


Captain 


Ass.d. n. m. ir. 


2 Apr. 


3 


New York. 


Richard H. AsUey 


do. 


do. 


U do. 


2 


Newport. 







11 










General Staff. 










Description 


Dates of 


.0? 


Stations and He- 


JVames. 


Rank. 


ofqr. mas- 


appoint- 


"". 


marks. 






ters, &c. 


ment. 


5. 




Guslavus Loomis 


Captain 


Ass. d.q. m.g. 


19 Apr. 13 


9 




Ezra Smith 


do. 


do. 


I'J do. 


9 




William Ghrystie 


do. 


do. 


19 ilo 


8 


St. Louis. 


.Tonatlian Allen 


do. 


do. 


20 do. 


1 


Piltslield. 


John T. Wirt 


do. 


do. 


25 do. 


7 


Mobile. 


James W. Bn son 


do. 


do. 


25 do. 


8 


Newport. 


John Bliss 


do. 


do. 


28 do. 


9 




Joseph Wheaton 


do. 


do 


28 do. 


8 




John G. Camp 


do. 


do. 


20 May 


9 




Abr. Ten Eyek 


do. 


do. 


20 do. 


9 




Robert Patterson 


do. 


do. 


24 June 


4 




Henry Stanton 


do. 


do. 


12 July 


9 




Ferd.'Marsteller 


do. 


do. • 


17 do. 


5 


Washington. 


Thomas Campbell 


do. 


do. 


29 do. 


9 




Timothy Burr 


do. 


do. 


:51 do. 


9 




James Rees 


do. 


do. 


1 Aug. 


9 




Samuel Duncan 


do. 


do. 


6 do. 


4 


Carlisle. 


Peter Lequex 


do. 


do. 


31 do. 


6 




William Cox 


do. 


do. 


31 do. 


6 




Joseph B. Paine 


do. 


do. 


31 do. 


6 




James Ward 


do. 


do. 


31 do. 


f) 




Joseph Miller 


do. 


do. 


1 Sep. 


9 




Topographicaldept. 












John Anderson 


Major 


Topogra, eng. 


12 Apr. 13 


4 


Pris. war. 


Paul H. Perrault 


da 


do. 


12 do. 


5 




Isaac Roberdeau 


do. 


do. 


29 do. 


4 




Simon Z. Watson 


do. 


do. 


20 Aug. 


8 




Thomas Clark 


Captain 


Asst.top. ena:. 


1 Apr. 


4 




James Kearney 


do. 


do. 


12 do. 


9 


War office. 


Daniel Rose 


do. 


do. 


20 July 


9 




Benjamin Connor 


do. 


do. 


3 Aug. 


9 




Adjutant g-en. dept. 












John R. Fenwick 


Colonel 


Adjutant tren. 


1 8 Mar.lS 


3 


New York. 


William Duane 


do. 


do. 


18 do. 


4 


Phil.^delphia. 


Fi'ancis K. Huger 


do. 


do. 


6 Apr. 


6 


Charleston. 


Peter P. Schuyler 


do. 


do. 


28 do. 


1 


Boston. 


William King 


do. 


do. 


18 July 


9 




John B. Walbach 


do. 


do. 


G Aug. 


9 




Edmund P. Gaines 


do. 


do. 


1 Sept. 


8 




James Bankhead 


do. 


do. 


9 do. 


5 


Norfolk. 


Charles K. Gardner 


Major 


Asst. adj. gen. 


18 Mar. 






Thomas Cbiystie 


do. 


do. 


18 do. 


3 




Robert Dunn 


do. 


do. 


28 do. 


8 




John Johnson 


do. 


do. 


2 Apr. 


9 





12 
General Staff. 



JVames. 


Rank. 


I)escviptio7i 
of adjutant 
gens. &c. 


Dates of 
appoint- 
ment 




Stations and Re- 
marks. 


Kbenezer Beebec, 


Niajor 


Asst. adj. sren 


2 Apr. 1.3 


9 




Talbot Chambers 


do. 


do. 


2 do. 


9 




John Erving 


do. 


do. 


6 do. 


6 




Gary Nicholas 


do. 


do. 


25 do. 


9 




Inspector ffeji. dept. 












A. Y. NicoU 


Colonel 


Inspector een. 


18 Mar.13 






Nicholas Gray 


do. 


do. 


18 do. 


3 




William Roote 


do. 


do. 


6 Apr. 


6 




Henry Atkinson 


do. 


do. 


25 do. 


9 




Jacob Kingsbury 


do. 


do. 


28 do. 


2 




James Gibson 


do. 


do. 


13 July 


9 




Enos Cutler 


Major 


Ass. insp. gen. 


18 Mar. 


1 




John C. Tillotson 


do. 


do. 


18 do. 


3 




Levi Hukill 


do. 


do. 


6 Apr. 


8 




Robert Sterry 


do. 


do. 


10 May 


4 




Daniel Hughes 


do. 


do. 


7 Aug. 


7 




Ordnance departm. 












Decius Wadsworth 


Colonel 


Commis. gen. 


2 July, 12 




Washington. 


George Bomford 


Major 


Ass.com. gen. 


18 June 


9 


Albany. 


John Morton 


Daptain 


Deputy com. 


11 Sept. 




Washington, 


Abnn. it. Woolley 


do. 


do. 


4 Dec. 


4 


Pittsburgh. 


John H. Margart 


do. 


do. 


31 Dec. 


6 


Charleston. 


James Dalibre 


do. 


do. 


5 Aug. IS 


9 


Albany. 


Thos. L. Campbell 


do. 


do. 


5 do. 


9 




K«lwin Tyler 


do. 


do. 


5 do. 


5 




R. D. Richardson 


do. 


do. 


5 do. 


8 


N. W. army. 


George Talcott jr. 


do. 


do. 


5 do. 


3 


N. York. 


JEneas M'Kay 


Lieut. 


As. dep. com. 


12 Mar. 


3 


New York. 


William Wade 


do. 


do. 


12 do. 


4 


Pittsburg. 


Rufus L. Baker 


do. 


do. 


12 do. 


9 


Albany. 


William C. Lyman 


do. 


do. 


19 Apr. 


4 


Pittsburg. 


<ieorge Lamed 


do. 


do. 


19 do. 


9 


Albany. 


Nehemiah Baden 


do. 


do. 


6Aug. 


5 


Washington. 


Daniel Brucknor 


do. 


do. 


6 do. 


6 




Christopher Reiser 


do. 


do. 


6 do. 


6 


Charleston. 


Thos. L, Hawkins 


do. 


do. 


6 do. 




N. W. army. 


Jy ines Baker 


do. 


do. 


6 do. 


9 


.\lbany. 



13 

General Staff. 







Dates of 


1 


Sations and lit- 


J^ames. 


Jiank. 


appoint- 
ment. 




marks. 


Judge advocates. 










E. A. Bancker, esq 


Judge advocate 


18 Mar. 13 


3 




Philips. Parker,esii. 


do. 


2 Apr. 


9 




John S.Wills, esq. 


do. 


rMay 


8 




T. T. Dent, esq. 


do. 


19 July 


6 




Steph. Lush, jr. esq 


do. 


5 Oct. 


9 




Hospital departmt. 




James Tilton 


Physician & surg:. gen. 


llJune,13 


9 




Francis Le Baron 


Apothecary general 


11 June 


9 




James ann 


Hospital surgeon 


9 Apr 12 


11 




G. K. Preiidergast 


do. 


'J5 do. 


9 




Daviii C. Kerr 


do. 


.30 do. 


7 




Samuel Akerly 


do 


6 Julv 


3 




William M. Ross 


do. 


18. Mar. 13 


9 




AV. V. Wheaton 


do. 


'28 do. 


y 




Samuel Shaw 


do. 


6 Apr. 


9 




Hosea Blood 


do. 


5 May 


9 




William M'Caw 


do. 


'20 do. 


6 




George P. Proctor 


«lo. 


lljime 


6 




B. AVaterhouse 


do. 


'29 do. 


1 




Tiiouias Akin 


do. 


'29 do. 


6 




John R. Martin 


do. 


2 July 


8 




E.W.Bull 


do. 


8 Aug. 


9 




William Thomas 


Hospit. surgeon's mate 


r Julv,09 


9 




Ro;;ep Smith 


do. 


l4May,l'2 


9 




.lames Stephenson 


do. 


17 do. 


7 




Stephen Sutton 


do. 


27 do. 


7 




Samuel Schofield 


do. 


15 Sept. 


9 




John H. Sackett 


do. 


'22 Mar. 13 


5 




J. B. Whiiredge 


do. 


30 do. 


9 




H.VanHoevenherg 


do. 


31 do. 


9 




Edward Purcell 


do. 


2 May 


9 




Wm. W. Hazard 


do. 


14 do. 


9 




Henry Brundidge 


do. 


16 do. 


9 




Joseph I,. Stevens 


do. 


29 June 


6 




Thomas C. Walker 


do. 


2 July 


9 




Wdliam Jones 


do. 


2 do. 


5 




William E. Horner 


do. 


2 do. 


9 




John l{os;ers 


do. 


15 July 


9 




Joseph Wallace 


do. 


15 do. 


9 




E- Aspinwall 


do. 


15 do. 


9 




Abraham Vanhoy 


do. 


15 do. 


9 




Wra. Meriwether 


do. 


19 do. 


6 




Oliver H. Spencer 


Garrison surgeon 


9 do. 04 


7 


New Orleans. 


Joseph West 


Garrison surge, mate 


10June,02 


9 


Niagara. 


John F. Heileman 


do. 


2 do. 


4 


Fort Mifflin. 


George W. Maupiu 


do. 


5 Nov. 


5 


Fort Nelson. 


Joseph Goodhue 


do. 


8 Feb. 03 


1 


Fort Constitution 


Abraham Stewart 


do 


6 Mar. 06 


S 


St. Louis, l.T. 



14 

General Staff. 



A'ames. 



James H. Sargent 
liobert Huston 
f^liarles Slocnm 
Lemuel B. Clark 
Will. T. Davidson 
John H. Turner 
C Cmiiiinghani 
Jonathan S. Cool 
William Ballard 
SHnuiel Dusenbiiry 
Alexander Woiltott 
Anthony Renezct 
Wi iiani Turner 
'David Neilson 
Israel Stoddard 
"Charles Taylor 
Sam. Meriweatlier 



Chaplains. 

David Jones 
Peter J. Van Pelt 
James I. Wilmer 
Robert Elliot 
Aaron J. Booge 
Stephen Lindsley 
Thomas Hersey 



Hank. 



Garrison surgns. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



Chaplain 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



Dates of 
appoint- 
ment. 



Stations and lie 
marks. 



6 do. 
27 Feb. 07 
■25 Mar. 

4 Jan. 08 
13 June, 

1 Mav,10 
1.5 Oct". 

8 Feb. 11 
2 i Mar. 12 
25 do. 
25 do. 
25 do. 13 
29 Sepl.l 

3 Dec. 
18 Feb. 13 

3 Apr. 

1 Aug 



2 Apr. 13 

2 do. 
20 May 
20 do. 
16 June 
29 July 
20Au£. 



JMilitary Academy. 
Senior officer of eng. 
.Tared Mansfield 
Andrew EUicott 
Alden Partridge 
F. De Masson 
C. E. Zoeller 
Samuel Walsh 
Adam Em pie 



Purchasing depart 
C. Irvine, Esq. 
John M Kinney 
John H. Plummer 
John Langdon 
Amasa Stetson 
Klisha Tracy 
Samuel Russell 
John H. Piatt 
Tames Calhoun, jr. 



Supcrintendant 

Prof. nat. & ex per. phil. 

Professor mathematics 

Prof, art engineering 

Teacher P'rench lang. 

Teacher of drawing 

Sui-geon. 

Chaplain. 



Commissaiy general 
Deputy commissary 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 



Ft. Independence. 
Fort Stoddert. 
Natchitoches. 
Norfolk. 
Fort Sioddert. 

Detroit. 
Foi't Osage. 
Fort Hawkins. 
St. Mary's. 
New Y'ork. 
Foi-t Wayne. 
Newport, R.I. 

Burlington. 

St. Louis. 



Philadelphia. 
Washington. 

Albaiy. 
Foil mouth. 
Bost.-ii. 
Norw icli. 
Nevv York. 
Cincinnati. 
Baltimore 



15 

General Staff. 



A'ames. 


Rank. 


Dates of 
appoint- 


65 

^ Stations and Re- 
i tnark.i. 






ment. 


k_ 




Robert C. Jennings 


Deputy commissary 




5 


»forfolk. 


AliUlliew Irwin 


Assistant commissary 




9 


Jhamplain, N. Y, 


(korgf Wadsworth 


do. 




9 


Turlington, Vt. 


Robert Irvine 


do. 




8 


Oetroit. 


,las. E. Herron 


do. 




9 


Niagara. 


Jobn M. Taylor 


Militaiy store keeper 




4 


Philadelphis. 


Samuel Dcvens 


do. 




1 


Charlestown. 


John Sliaw 


do. 




9 


Albany. 


John Fellows 


do. 




3 


New York. 


Jonathan 8uowden 


do. 




3 


West Point. 


H. P. Deering 


do. 




3 


Sagg Harboi-. 


Richard Parker 


do. 




4 


Carlisle. 


D. Kirkpatrick. 


do. 




4 


Newcastle. 


AVilliam C. Bennett 


do. 




4 


Wilmington. 


Henry Simons 


do. 




6 


Charleston. 


Thon>as Martin 


do. 




8 


Newport. - 


(;. L. Uoramedieu 


do. 




2 


Norwich. 


Rdwin Starke 


do. 




5 


Norfolk 


John Rice 


do. 




1 


Portsmouth. 


John Chaffee 


do. 




1 


Springfield. 


Samuel Annin 


do. 




5 


Harper's ferry. 


Thomas B.Rutter 


do. 




5 


Baltimore. 


Pay department. 


Hank. 


Descrlpt.pay. 




Robert Brent, Esq. 




Paymas. army 








Maj. VVash'ton Lee 
D Eraser 


Major 


Dep. pay. gen. 


13Apr.l3 




Northern Army. 


2 Lieut. 


Assis.dep.p.g. 


4 Aug. 




Frontiers of N."Y. 


J. H. Rees 


I Lieut. 


do. 


'24 Sept. 




Do. of do. 


Nehemiah Freeman 


Major 


District pay m. 


16 Mar. 02 


1 


Boston. 


Ambrose Whitlock 


Captain 


do. 


13June,05 


8 


Vincennes. 


Simeon Knight 


do. 


do. 


24 Mar. 08 


7 


Natchez. 


Alpha Kingsley 


do. 


do. 


9 Feb. 10 


7 


Nashville. 


John T. Femberton 


do. 


do. 


4June,12 


7 


New Orleans. 


Henn- Philli|.s 


do. 


do. 


12 do. 


4 


Philadelphia. 


Jonathan Eastman 


1 Lieut. 


do. 


4 Mar. 06 




Pris. war on par. 


Satterlee Clark 


do. 


do. 


ISAug.lC 


5 


AVashington. 


Hamlin Cook 


do. 


do. 


26 July, 13 


6 


Charleston. 


Walter Sheldon 


do. 


do. 


4 Aug. 


9 


Burlington, Vt. 


Jacob W. Albright 


do. 


do. 


4 Sept. 


4 


W. Pennsylvania. 


Samuel 11. Eakin 


Citizen 


do. 


3June,12 


3 


New York city. 


James Taylor, 


do. 


do. 


4 do. 


8 


Newport, pr. war. 


Joseph Watson 


do. 


do. 








Thompson Douglass 


do. 


do. 


12 do. 


8 


St. Louis. 


Samuel Turner 


do. 


do. 


12 do. 


5 


Petersburg. 


Jesse Hunt 


do. 


do. 


22 Sept. 


8 


Cincinnati. 


George Merchant 


do. 


do. 


29 do. 


9 


Albany. 


Samuel Huntington 


do. 


do. 


3 Oct. 


8 


N. W! army. 


Joseph C. Boyd 


do. 


do. 


14 Jan. 13 


1 


Portland. 


Robert Gardner 


do. 


do. 


3 Aug. 




Quebec, to pay pr- 


(ieorge L. Perkins 


do. 


do. 


7 Sept. 


2 


New London. 



16 



Corps of Engineers and regiment of Light Jlrtillenj. 



J\/'ames and rank. 



CORPS OF ENGI 
NEERS. 

Colonel. 
Josh. G. Swift 3lJuly,12 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Wnlker R. Ar- 

niistead 31July,12 

JMajors 

G. Bom ford 6 July, 12 

Wm.M'Ree 31 do. 

Captains. 
Chs. Gratiot 23 Feb. 08 
A. Partridge 23Julv,10 
Elea. D.Wood lJuK,12 

J. G. Tottcn 31 do. 
Saral. BabcockSOSep. 



Staff apps 
& brevets. 



Maj. brev.6 
May ,1 SI 3 

Maj.brev.O 
June,1813 



Fivkt Lieutenants. 
Sylvs.Thayei- 1 July,I2 
Wm.Cutbush 1 do. 
Ed. De Russey 6 do. 
Ths. P. Finley 31 do. Paymaster, 
Fredk. Lewis 20 Sep. Aidofm.g. 
Jas. Gadsden 17 Mar. 13 Dearborn 



Second Lieutenants. 
T. W. Maurice 1 Aug. 13 
HipoliteDumas 3 do, 
D. B. Douglass 1 Oct. 
Geo. Trescott 16 do. 
J. L. Smith 16 do. 



JVames and rank. 



REGIMENT OF 
LlGliT ARTILLERY. 

Colonel. 
Moses Porter 12 Mar. 1 2 

Lieuteiumt Colonel. 
J. R. Fenwick 2 Dec. 11 

JMajors. 

Abram. Eustis 15 Mar. 10 

Thomas Pitts 20 Jan. 13 

Captains. 
James Gibson 2May,10 
Wm.Campbell 30 do. 
Robert H. M'- 

Pherson 15 July 

T. N. M'Intosh 1 May,l 1 
Samuel Price 15 Aug. 
Aw. M'Dowell 1 Apr. 12 
Luther Leonard 6 July 
Benjn. Branch 24 Aug. 
G. \V. Me I V in 24 do. 
A. W. Thorn- 
ton 20 Jan. 13 
First lAeutenants. 
Fi-as. Stribling 1 Mar. 11 
Tlio. Ketchum 1 Sep 
Jolm R.Bell 24Aug.l2 

F. B. Murdoch 24 do 
W F. Hobart 5 Apr. 13 
W. Sumpter 27 May 

G. W. Might 10 Aug. 
Wm. W.Smith I Oct. 
Wm. K. Beall 23 do. 
G. N. Moms 23 do. 

Second Lieutenants. 
J. H. Wilkins 30 Mar.l3 
John Gates jr. 1 Apr. 
Nelson Freeland4do. 
J . T. M'Kinney 5 do. 
S. M. Mackay 27 May 
B.F. Robb 30 June 
Wm. Bazeau 10 Aug. 
G. E. Wells I Oct. 
Elijah Lvon 23 do. 
S. Washburn 23 do. 

Third Lieutena7its. 
Henry Stanton 29 Junc,13 
Joseph Scott 2 July 
Llovd Hillearv 1 Aug, 
Edm. M. Gilee 1 do. 



Staff appi. 
& brevets. 



B.g.brv. 10 

Sep. 1813. 
Adjut. gen. 

Lt. col. brv. 
lOSep.lS 

Insp. gen. 



As. 



ms.gen. 



Adjutant, 



A.d.q.Ki.g. 



X7 



First and Second regiments Light Dragoons, 



JVaines and i-anh. 



KJ. W. Field 1 Aug. 1.3 



Surgeon. 

A.TombliiiR, 4 Oct. 13 

Surtreoitrs JMates. 



FIRST LIGHT DRA- 
GOONS. 

Colonel. 
Jacint Laval 1 Aug;. 13 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Nelson Luckett 1 Aug. 13 

ATajors. 
T. A. Helms 7June,13 
A. P. Hayne 1 Aug. 

Captains. 
Asa Morgan IS Jan. 10 
Sk. Osborne 20 Feb. 11 
Silas Halsey 31 May 
A. Cummiiigs 1 Nov. 
W.M.LittlejohnlDec. 12 
George Haig 20 Jan. 13 
Levi Hukill 7June,13 
E. Boardman lAua:.13 



First Lieutenants. 
Joseph Kean 31 May,l 1 
H. Whiting 20 Aug. 
George Birch 1 Nov. 
F. S. Belton 20 Jan. 13 
Wm. Nielson 7 June 
Louis Laval 28 July 
James Barton 1 Aug. 
Loring !\.ustin 3 Sep. 



Second LAeutenants. 
y. P. Luckett 9 Oct. 12 
Ed. Carrington 12 do. 
Owen Ransom 1 Dec. 
Thomas Heriot 20 J an. 13 
W.Hanipton,jr. 17 Mar. 



Stajf apps. 
SJ brevets. 



As. ins. gen, 



Adjutant. 
Aid to b. g 

Boyd. 
Paymaster 



JVatnes and rank. 



Staff apps. 
& brevets. 



T. B. Barton 27 July,13 
F.H.Lissenhoff 1 Aug. 
John A. Binns 3 Sep. 



Third Lieutenants. 
Thos. F. Hunt 2July,13 
Benjn. Desha 1 Aug. 
T.J. Harrison 15 do, 
L. P. Gustine 29 July 



Cornets. 
Thos. Hogan 9 Sep. 13 
PhilipAnspach25 do. 

Surgeon. 
Lewis Dunham 12 Dec. 08 

Stirgeoii's Mutes. 
S.H. Littlejohn 3 Apr. 13 



SECOND LIGHT DRA- 
GOONS. 

Colonel. 
James Burn 6 Julv,12 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
A. T. Macncill 6 July,l2 

JMajors. 
T.T.Woodford 6JuIy,12 
James V. Ball 16 Sep. 

Captains. 
S.R. Proctor .Tulv,12 
S.G.Hopkins Cdo." 
Henry Hail fi do. 

Sand. D. Harris do. 
John A. Burd 6 do. 
Joseph Seldcn 6 do. 
Jonas Holland G do. 
John Butler 6 do. 
Chs. J. Nourse 15 Aug. 13 

First Lieutenants 
AbelWheelock 6 July,12 
Beverly Turpin 6 do 
Walter German 6 do 
J. Nicholas, jr. do 



Lt. col. by 
brevet,18 
Deel812 



.^«Mi 



is 

First »3.rtillery. 



JVames and rank. 



James Hedges 6 July, 12 
A. H. Sliced 6 do. 
Gabl. Barbour 6 do. 
Fayette Roane 16 Apr. 13 
T.S.Johnson 16 May 
Edwd.CenwaJr 31 Oct. 

Second Lieutenants. 
Walter Coles 6 July,12 
Ira Williams 6 do. 
Benjn. Smith 6 do. 
J. C. Tillotson 10 Aug. 
Robt. H. Craig 18 Mar.13 
P. Callan 1 8 do. 

Isaac GriflRth 18 do. 
Danl. Bartling 22 Apr. 
James Martin 30 do. 
B enj n . B urd 10 May 

Third Lieutenants. 
George Watts 18 Mar. 13 
James Trippe 29 Apr. 
H. A. Hays 29 do. 
A. M'Farland 29 do. 
C. Wright 29 do. 
Hugh Sterling 29 do. 
John Hoomes 20 May 
John L.Elbert 20 June 



Cornets. 
T.S.Bracken 16May,13 
Sylvr. Booth 19 July 
Chs. Clarkson 29 do. 
R. Northington 29 do. 
Claiborne Cain 1 Oct. 
Wm. Johnson 11 do. 



Surgeon. 
VV.H. Buckner 6 July,12 

Surg-eon'a JSIates. 
L.M.Bailey 7May,12 



Staff apps 
& fn^evets. 



Paymaster 



As. ins. gen. 
Adjutant. 



Aid torn. g, 
Hampton. 



JVames and rank. 



FIRST ARTILLERY 

Colonel. 
Heni-y Burbeck I Apr. 02 
Lietitenant Colonel. 
Cont. Freeman 1 Apr. 02 

JMajors. 
Wm. MacRea31 July.OO 

Abil. Y. NicoU 1 Dec. 04 
Jas. B. Many 5 May,13 

Captains. 
Lloyd Beall 16 Feb. 01 
S. T. Dyson 15 Sep. 04 
Nathl.Leonai'd 1 Dec. 
Charles WoU- 

stonecraft 13 Mar. 05 
J. B. Walbach31 Jan. 06 
Moses Swett 30June,07 
Wm. Wilson 3 May, 08 
E. Humphreys 9 Jan. 09 
F'rs. Newman 1 Oct. 
Jas. S. Swear- 

ingen 13 Jan. 11 

Jas. Hanham 10 July 
Michl. Walsh 31 Oct. 
James Reed 12 Mar. 12 
Thos. Murray 10 Feb. 13 
Wm. Gates 3 Mar. 
J. F. Heileman 5 May 
J. Gansevoort 11 do. 
Hopley Yeaton 20 do. 
Saral. Maclay 20 June 

First Lieutenants. 
Jona. Eastman 30 June,07 
Josh.Proveaux 9 Jan. 09 
Thos. Bennett 1 Aug. 
Ethan A. Allen 1 Oct. 
Archd. Darrah 29 Jan. 11 
M. P. Loma.x 30 June 
Justus Post 1 July 
S.Clarke 10 do. 

S. Champlain 31 Oct. 
Heman A. Fay 23 Dec. 
Milo Mason 29 Feb. 12 
Chris. Van de 

Venter 12 Mar. 

J. Fitzgerald 14 do. 



Staff appi, 
^ wevets. 



B.g.brv.lO 
July,181'2 

Col. brv. 10 
July,1812 

L.C.brv.lO 
July,1812 

Insp. gen. 



Maj.brv. 10 
July,1812 



Adj. gen. 



D. qf. m.g. 



Dist. paym. 



Agt. fortifii 
Dist. payra. 
D.qr.m.g. 



Ditta 



19^ 

Second tlrtillery. 



A''ames and rank. 



16 Aiig.l2 
10 Feb. 13 

3 Mar. 

3 do. 

5 May 
lido. 
20 do. 
20 June 



J.Ervingjjr. 

A. L. Sands 
Tiios. J. Beatl 
James Daliba 
Gus. Loomis 
Ezra Smith 
R, H. Ashley 
J. S. Brush 

Second Lieutenants 
F. Whiting 10 Feb. 12 
Saml.Spotts 10 do. 
AVm. Parker 10 do. 
Levi Whiting 10 do. 
J. W. Rouse 2/ Mar. 

B. B. White 14 Apr. 
P. St. Medard 30 do. 
Abel B.Chase 30 do. 
James Baker 1 May 
AV. H. NicoU e July 

J. W.Lent, jr. 12 Mar .13 
Charles Clark 12 do. 
Thos. Elfe, jr. 17 Mar. 
S. Rockwell 20 do. 
Josh. Bosque 12 Apr. 

A. W. Forbush 5 May 
Peter Melendy 29 June 

B. C. Bartlett 29 do. 



Third Lieutefiants. 
M.M.Russell 10july,13 
Hugh Orr 19 do. 
J. Bennett 1 Aug. 

W.J. Sever 1 do. 
Edmd. Hopkins 1 do. 
Benjn. Connor 3 do. 
John Ellison 29 Sep. 



Staff" apps. 
& brevets. 



As. adj. gen 



D. com.ord. 
A.d.q.m.g. 

Ditto. 

Ditto. 



Aid to b. g 
Burbeck, 



A.top.eng. 



JVames and rank. 



Sur^-eon. 
Sur^-eo7i's Mates. 



Staff apps. 
a brevets. 



Adj. gen. 



Brig. maj. 



SECOND ARTILLE- 
RY. 

Colonel. 

Winfield Scott 12 Mar.13 

lAeutenant Colonels. 

F. K. Huger 3 Mar.13 
Wm. Lindsay 12 do. 

J\Tajors. 
D.M.Forney 6 July, 12 
J. Hindman 2GJunc,13 

Captains. 
Nathan Towson 6 July,12 
S. B. Archer 6 do. 
Wm. Nicholas 6 do. 
J. N. Barker 6 do. 
J, B. Ton 6 do. 

Sanders Donoho 6 do. 
Thos.Biddle,jr.6do. 
Jos. Philips 6 do. 
John Ritchie 6 do. 
John Gondall 6 do. 
Jesse Robinson 6 do. 
Robt. M.Gill fido. 
P. Hawkins, jr. G do. 
Danl.Cushing 6 do. 
Stanton Sholes 6 do. 

G. W. Russell 6 do. 
Spots. Henry 6 do. 
Fredk. Evans 6 do. 
A. J. Williams 12 Mar.13 
Thos. M. Ran- 
dolph, jr. 26 June 

First Lieutenants. 
John S. Peyton 6 July,12 
Hy. K.Craig 6 da 
Adrian Neil 6 do, 
P. M'Donogh 6 do. 
Wni. M. Read 6 do. 
Jonan. Kearsley 6 do. Adjutan^ 

Wm. J. Cowan 6 do. 
John Fontaine 6 do. 
J.H.Larwill 6 do. 
LowndesBi'Own 6 do. 



28D 

Third Artillei-y, 



JYa7nes and ratih. 



Luther Scott 6July,12 
Robt.R.Ruffin 6 do. 
Hy. Slaughter 6 do. 
J. H.Dearing 6 do. 
Isaac Davis 13 Mar.lS 
Rich. A. Zant- 

zinger 13 do. 

Robt.'Stewart 13 do. 
J.L.Edwards 28 do. 
Edwin Sharpe 26 June 
Wni. Tyler 14 Aug-. 

Second Lieutenants. 
Jacob Warley 6 July, 12 
Wni. Smith 6 do.' 
Lewis Morgan 6 do. 
John RufRn 6 do. 
J. H. Gamble 6 do. 
Jno.W.Kincaid 6 do. 
Robert Goode 6 do. 
Francis O. Byrd 6 do. 
Thomas Winn 6 do. 
Thomas Clark 16 Apr. 13 
CId. D.Cooper 16 do. 
Jos. P. Prince 16 do. 
G. Donegh ey 1 6 do. 
P.J.Neviil 20 do. 
M.S.Massey 13 May 
J. P. Bunting 26 June 
J.Henderson 26 do. 
T.Shubriek 26 do. 



Third Lieutenants. 

W. E. Broad- 
water 2 July, 13 

Benjn. Lawson 9 do. 

H.M.Campbellig do. 

John Mitchell 19 do. 

Hy.L. Duffel 1 Aug. 

Wr. Berryman 1 do. 

Jas. C.Pickett 4 do. 

Britton Evans 15 do. 

J. Watmaugh 22 Sep. 

\Vm. Kenny 23 Sep. 

N. Hendcpson 12 Oct, 



Staff apps. 
& brevets. 



Paymaster. 



A.top.eng. 

Aid to b. g. 

Izard. 



Sur£-eon. 
J. De La Motta 1 May, 12 

Surjeon's JMates. 
James Trimble 6 July,12 
Louis L. Near 6 do. 



JSTames and rank. 



THIRD ARIILLERY. 

Colonel. 

A. Macomb 6 July,12 
Lieutenant Colonels. 

G.E.Mitchell 3 Mar. 13 

James House 3 do. 
JMajors. 

Samuel Nye 6 July,12 

G. Armistead 3 Mar. 13 
Captains. 

Ichd. B.Crane 6 July, 12 

Roger Jones 6 do. 

J. H. Boyle 6 do. 

A. S . Brooks 6 do. 

J. W. Gookin 6 do. 

W. Van Deur- 
sen, Jr. 6 do. 

J.S.B.Romayne 6 do. 

Hor. H. Watson 6 do. 

Eben. B. Morse 6 do. 

James M'Kepn 6 do. 

liut'us M'Intire 6 do. 

Benj. S. Ogden 6 do. 

Jona. Brooks 24 Sep. 

Stephen Collins 13 Jan. 13 

A. C.W. Fan- 
ning 13 Mar. 

J. M. O'Connor 13 Mar. 

G.H Richards 13 do. 

S. M. Dewey 20 May 

S. Churchill 15 Aug. 

B.K.Pierce lOct. 
First Lieutenants. 

Jas. Green, jr. 6 July,l2 

J. L. Tracy 6 do. 

Moses J. Chase 6 do. 

W. de Peyster 6 do. 

John Farley 6 do. 

Harold Smyth 6 do. 

Peter Pifer 6 do. 

Benjn. Brearley 6 do. 

John W. Green 6 do. 

Samel Weston 6 do. 



Staf apps. 
& brevets. 



Brig.maj. 



Lateqr.m. 





21 




First regiment Infantry. 


JVames and rank. 


Staff apf'S. 
& brevetn. 


JK'ames and rank. 


Staff apps. 
& brevets. 


C. M. Macomb 13 Mar. 1 3 


Adjutant. 


Si/rs-f'Jii. 




Jos. H. Rees 13 do. 


A.d.p.nu-.g. 


J. II. Bradford 30ct. 13 




W. R. Duiican 13 do. 




Surg-efjii'.^ vMatr'.i. 




Chester Root 13 do. 


Paymaster. 


Joseph Eaton 14A[»r. 12 




Mw. Jenkins 13 do. 
P. D. Spencer 13 May 




{ier. Senter 14 do. 










Jno. Mountfort 20 do. 




FIRST INFANTRY. 




G. Dearhorn 1 Oct. 




Colonel. 




Felix Ansart 1 do. 




J.Kingsbury 18 Aug. 08 


Insp.gen. 


William King 1 do. 




Lieutenant Colonel. 




Second Lieutenant.t. 




R.C.Nicholas 15 Aug. 12 




T. C. Lea;ate 6 Jul) ,12 




Majors. 




John P. Baitlett 6 do. 




Z. Pike 20 Mar.OO 


L.C.brv.lO 


Adam A. Gray 6 do. 




E. B.CIemson 20 Jan. 13 


July,1812 


J. I. Cromwell 23 Nov. 




Captains. 




Thos. Chrystie 18 Mar. 13 


As. adj. gen. 


John Whistler lJuly,97 


Maj.brv.lO 


P.P. Woolsev 20 May 




Simon 'Iwens 18 Aug. 08 


July,1812 


W. M'ClintockeOJuiie 




D. Hughes 15 Dec. 


As. ins. gen. 


L.H.Osgood 20 do. 




DanielBaker 12 Mar.12 


Aid to ni.g. 


R. M. Kirby 9 July 






Lewis. 


G.B.Sheldon 9 do. 




A. Whitlock 26 Aug. 


Dist. paym. 


Wm.B. Read 29 do. 




W. Wliistler 31 Dec. 




Th. B.Chick- 




J. C. Symmes 20 Jan. 13 




ering 1 Aug. 




Simeon Knight 20 do. 


Ditto. 


Ed. Bavnton lOct. 




A. Kingsley 20 do. 


Ditto. 


D. Blaney, jr. 1 do. 




H. Johnson 20 do. 




LibbeusCustis Ido. 




First Jdentenants. 




Wni . Lyon 1 do. 




Benj. Marshall 14 Oct. 08 
J. Brownson 8 Dec. 
T.Hamilton 15 do. 








J. W.Albright 26 Aug.l2 


Ditto. 






S.Perkins 31 Dec. 




Third Lieuteyiants. 




L.T.Hehn 20 Jan. 13 




C. Newkirk 1 Oct. 13 




J.W.Bryson 20 do. 


A.d.q.m.g 


Oliver Pangs 11 do. 




J.Campbell 20 do. 
D. Stansbury 20 do. 
B. Vasquez 30 July 

Second Lieutenaiits. 
Lewis Bissell 12 Mar.12 
J. A. Shaw 26 Aug. 
Ormond Marsh 30 Oct 
Danl. Curtis 31 Dec. 
R. A.M'Cabe 31 do. 
N.E.W^esttall 20 Jan. 13 








W. Anderson 20 do. 


Ditto. 






JohnO.Fallan 20 do. 


Aidtom.g 






^ 


Hari'ison- 



23 



Second regiment Infantry. 



JVames and rank. 



riiird JLiieutcnaiits. 



Tlmigns. 
J. C. Wooding 1 Aug 
II. Ca^Tington 1 do. 



13 



Surgeon. 
H.Catlett 18 Feb.13 

SurgeorCs J\lates. 
S.C.Muir 7 Apr.lS 



SECOND INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Richard Sparks CJiily,12 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
John Bow yer 6July,12 

jyiajors. 
AVm. R. Bobte 6July,12 
"Wm. Swan 20 Jan. 13 

Captains. 
Hugh M'Call 19 Aug.OO 

Wm. Piatt 17 Feb.09 
W. Lawrence 1 Jan. 10 
H.B.Brevoort 1 MavH 
John Miller 12Maf.l2 
R. Chamberlain 6 July 
J.T.Pemberton20 Jan. 13 
AVm.F. Ware 5 May 
John M. Davis 30 do. 

First Lieutenants. 
A.Brownlow 1 Jan. 10 
John Mathers IMaVjll 



Staff apps. 
& brevets. 



Insp.gen. 
Qr. m.gen. 

Maj.brv. 10 
July,18l2 
Qr. m.gen 



Dist.paym 
Late paym 
Adjutant. 



J\'ames and rank. 



Staff app.i. 
& brevets. 



Joiin T.Wirt GJuly,12 
E. Bo£;ardus C do. 
H.Bradley 15 Aug. 
P.Wiilis 1 Nov.12 

H.H.Yillard lOJan. 13 
John Bliss 20 do. 

H.A.Biirchsted 5 May 
J. Bell 30 do. 

Second Lieutenants. 
T. Doggett 28 Sep. 12 
R.Sturgus 1 Nov. 

Jas.Stu'arte 27 Dee. 
ff. Conway, jr. 10 Jan. 13 
N. Clarke 20dd, 

W. M. Smith 20 do. 



A.d.q.m.g. 
Qr. master. 

A.dqm.g. 

Aidtom.g. 
Wilkinson 



T/drd Lieutenants. 



Ensigns. 



Surgeon- 
Surgeon's Mates. 



^3 



Third and Fourth regiments Infantry. 



JVames and rank. 



Staff upp^. 
i!f brevets. 



Insp. gen. 



THIUD INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
H.V.Milton 15 Aug. 13 

^Lieutenant Colonel. 
G.C.Russell GJune,ll 

jMajors. 
M. Arbuckle 15 Aug. 12 
Will. Carson 20 Jan. 13 

Captains. 
John Nicks 1 July,08 

H. Atkinson 1 do. 
J. Mdelland 1 do. 
Jas. Woodruff 12 Dec. 
Wm. Butler 31 Dec. 09 
R. B. Moore iSept.lO 
J. Denking 6 Feb. 11 
H.G.White 11 May 
W. R. Davis 4 Aug 13 
S. W. Butler 15 Aug. 

First LieitteHunts. 
H. Chotard 3 1 Dec. 09 Adjutant. 
B. D. Herriot 1 Dec. 10 
S. C. Mabson 31 do 
John Burnett 1 Mar. 11 Qr. master 
Wm. Laval 11 May, 
J M. Wilcox 3 Jan. 12 
Geo. Morley 24 Apr 
J. L. Carey 1 Nov 

J. F. Everitt 4 Aug.13 
Wm. Triplett 15 Aug. 

Second Lieutenants. 
J. W. Hansen 3 Jan. 12 
T. Hunter 3 do. 

Wm. Christian 3 do. 
W. Bourke 12 Mar. 
John Tarrant 12 do. 
A. Donoho 1 Nov. 

Jas. Smith 19 do. 
T. Tuimr 4 Aug.13 

R. Goodwin 15 Aug.13 



Third Lieutenants. 
John Martin 12 Mar. 13 
W.L. Robeson 12 do. 
J. A. Watson 12 do. 
Jas. A. Hart 12 do. 
Jack. F. Ross 20 May 
T. W. BartQiL 1 Aug. 



Ensigns. 
C. Stephens 29June,13 
Thos. Rogers 29 do. 
W. V. Cobbs 4 Aug. 



J\'a7nes and rank. 



Surgeon. 

R. Shubrick 8 Aiig.09 

Sure-eon's JMates. 



Staff apps: 
& brevets. 



FOURTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
R. Purdy 26 Aug. 12 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
1j. Darrington 6 July, 12 
I JVlajors. 

In. Heald 26 Aug. 12 

S. Ranney 20 Jan. 13 

Captains. 
J. Binney 12 Dec. 08 

R. B. Brov^n 18 Mar. 09 
J. Snelling 12 June 
O. G. Burton 25 Aug. 11 
C. Fuller 9 Nov. 

C. Larrabee 15 Sep. 12 

E. Way 20 Jan. 13 
J. L. Eastman 15 Aug. 

F. Conkling 2 Sep. 

First Lieutenants. 
A.Hawkins 25 Aug. 11 

G. P. Peters 29 Oct. 
John Smith 31 do. 
L. Feckham 9 Nov. 
G.Gooding 15Feb.l2 
Josi ah Bacon 15 Sept. 
P. Greenough 20 Jan. 13 
M. Bulley 31 July 
J. Plymion 15 Aug. 
G.W. Uovey 2 Sep. 



Maj.brev.9 
Aug. 1812. 



Paymaster. 



Qr. master. 



%>% 



Fifth regiment Iivfantrij. 



JVames and rank. 



Second Lieutenants 
P. Wheelock S.Ian. 12 
S. Butterfield ;3 do. 
Rufus Prcbble 15 Feb, 
S. Armstrong 15 Sep. 
S. Legcate 20 .Ian. 13 

Paul Peckham 19 May 
J. Ranney 30 do, 

E. Kerby 31 July 

C. Munroe 2 Sep. 

Third Lieutenants. 
J. P. Norton 12 Mar. 13 
A. Wilson, jr. 1 2 do. 
N. Wadliams 2" do. 
G. W. Bovd 16 April 
Thos. Hunt f) M.iy 
J. L. Gardner 20 do. 
T. Green, jr. 20 do. 



Ensigns. 
John Drake 20 May,I ; 
James Dean 19 July 



Snrg-eon. 
Sylvester Day 13 Mar. 13 

Swgeov^s JMates. 
A.Fiii-nsworth 14 Apr. 12 
J.M.Harper I'Jjan. 13 



FIFTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Danl.IJissell 15 Aug. 12 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Geo. Gibson 15 Aug. 13 

^Jajors. 
>:. Pinkney 20 Jan. 13 
15enjn.\V'nllace 30 Apr. 

Captains. 
-Colin Uuckucr 1 JuIy,OJ! 



Staff apps. 
& brevets. 



Aid torn. 5. 
Wilkinson 



G. M. Brooke 1 May,10 
R.Whartenby 3 do. 
Tow iisem!Stith30 Sep. 
A.M'Illhenny 1 Sep. 
T. Chambers 31 Oct. 
James Dorman 9 Nov 
VV.S.HenshawSOApr. 
Leroy Opie 26 June 
Richd. H. Bell 15 Aug. 

First Lieiitenants. 
John Jamison 31 Oct. 11 
J. Saunders 9 Nov 



JVames and rank. 



Staff apps 
^ brevets. 



13 



3 Jan. 12 
12 Mar. 
6 July 
6 do. 
1 Sep. 



Josh. Owens 
R. W. Chick 
J. S. Allison 
T. K. Corbaly 
Wm. C. Bird 
P.B.Grcen\vel!30Ap"r 
J. G. Chirk 26 June 
JohnGassaway 15 Aug, 
Second lAeutenants. 
Heiuy O. Hill 3 Jan. 12 
JohnW.Smoot 3 do. 
.r. M'Guncgle 12 Mar 
J. Cummings 6 July 
S. W. Prestman 6 do. 
G. D.Snyder 1 Sep. 
John Fendall 30 Apr. 13 
T. B. Taylor 26 June 
J. Darnall, jr. 14 Aug. 
Geo. Murray 15 do. 

Third Lieutenants. 
Matw. Galt,jr. 12 Mar.13 
Jas. Kearney 11 April 
Jas. Smith, jr. 16 do. 
J.A.B.Harding25do. 
Georgo Rea 14 Aug. 
Jacob Swoyer 14 do. 
Wm. C.Yates 14 do. 
T. Murphev 14 do. 
M. Fishback 15 do. 
George Brent 1 Oct. 

Knsigns. 
Bailey Buckner 2 July,13 
AlbertVinccnt 19 do, 
G. Liftwitch 19 do 
r.W. Morgan 19 do 
John Maul 29 do 



As. adj. gen. 



Adjutant. 
Aid to b. g. 
Parker. 

Paymaster. 



Qr. master. 



A.top.enj 



25 



Sixth and ScTenlh regiments Ivfantnj. 



A'ames and rcaik. 



Robert Means 29 July, 13 
.lolin Wells '29 do. 
Wm. R- Kicli- 

ai-dson 31 do. 

A. Wliitcheadl5Sep. 13 
Azel Gates 15 do. 

Surgeon. 
Adam Hays 10 Feb. 1 '2 

Siiv^-eoiCs J\ratc's. 
Alex. Blair (;julv,l'2 

Clajon Roily 2-2 Mar.l 



SIXTH INFANTRY 

Colonel. 
Jonas Simonds SJuIy,08 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
James Miller 30 Nov. 10 

^IflJofH. 

J. CampLell 6 J«lv,12 
Horatio Stark 20 Jan. 13 

Captidns. 
Ebcnr. Heebe 19 Jan. 09 
J. Macliesney lOJune 
J. T. Arrow - 

smith 20 Oct. 

G.Hnmi)lircys31 Dec. 
J. Walworth 1 Jan. 1( 
P.Muhlenburg 1 Oct. 
Clemt. Sadlier l.S Nov. 1 1 
Robert Sten-y 3 Jan. ]'2 
J. E. A. Masters 4 June 
Henry Phillips 13 Oct. 

Fir.1t Lieutenants. 
Edward AVebb I Oct. 10 
Henry Shell 9 Mar.ll 
James Bailey 3 Jan. 12 
Londus L.Buck 3 do. 
A.R.Thompson 3 do. 
J. Chapman C July 
Wm. Hazard 13 Oct. 
G. D. Smith 31 do. 
Geo. W. Ten 

Broeck 20 Mar. 13 
R. B. Cuyler 1 Apr. 

Second Lieutenants. 
David Vander 

Heyden 3 Jan. 12 

G. W. Rmik 3 do. 
II. R. AVindlc 3 do. 



StaJ' ap/)s 
i brevets. 



Col.brev. 9 
Ausr.lS12 



.\s.adj. 



As. ins. gen 
Dist. paym 



Qr. master 
.\(ljutant. 



J\'umes and rank. 



Satjj apps. 
§ lirevets. 



Henry Cooke 12 Mar. 12 
N.Sherman 4 Oct. 
R. M'Clellan 4 do. 
I. L. Dubois 13 do. 
Georp;e Keese 1 Feb. ICi 
W. li. Slants 20 Mar. 
A.QuHckinljush 1 Apr. 
Third Lieutenants. 
James Younjj 12 Mar. 13 
John Sisk l-.'do. 

Henry Mever 12 do. 
Patrick Ford 20 May 
John Harris 19 July 
Chs. Rowan 19 do. 



Knsigns. 
W.Bicker,jr. 29 July,13 
John Wood 29 do. 



Surgeon. 
T. Lawson 21 May,13 

Surgeon's Mates. 
W. Beaumont 2 Dec. V2 



SEVENTH INFAN- 
TRY. 

Colonel. 
Wm. Russell 3May,08 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Thorn. Posey 30 Apr. 13 

Majors. 
J. Baiikhead 15 Aug. 13 
Ross Bird, 15 do. 

Captains. 
Uriah Blue 9 May ,09 
Richd. Oldham iDec. 
Jas. Doherty 1 Jan. 10 
Enos Cutler 3 Sep 



Paymaster. 



Adjtntgnn. 



As. ins. gen. 



sis 

Eighth regiment Infantry. 



JVames and rank. 



Staff apps. 
& brevets. 



JVames and rank. 



H.aff apps. 
& brevets. 



Zach. Taylor 30 Nov.lO 

W.H. Overton 3 Dec. 
Carev Nicholas 1 Mar. 11 
W. M'Clellan 1 do. 
Alex. A. Wliite 6 June 
Narcis. Broiitin 6 A[)r.l3 

First Lieutenants. 
J. Robertson 30 Nov. 10 
J. S. Wade 3 Dec. 
Samuel Vail 1 Mar. 11 
Geo. C. Allen 1 do. 
£lijaii Montgo- 
mery 24 June 

D. M'Cieilan 10 Feb. 12 
T. R. Richard- 
son 10 do. 

Jacob Miller 10 do. 
AI. M'Clelland 20 Jan. 13 
S, Kercheval 6 April 
Second Lieutenants. 
K. Taylor 10 Feb 12 

W. Snoilgrass 10 do. 
H. P. Helm 10 do. 
Wm. Prosser 10 do. 
J. Forsythe 10 do. 
John Hays 10 do. 
John Meek 20 Jan. 13 
J. N. Carrick 20 Mar. 
T. F. Thomas 9 July 

Third Lieutenants. 

E. T. Hall 12 Mar. 13 
T. Blackstone 12 do. 
John Weaver 12 do. 

I. M. Rieley 12 do. 
A. Ross 2 May 

John Noble 2 do. 
T. B. Rice 9 Aug. 

D. Burford 9 do. 

Noble Johnson 9 do. 



Ensigns. 
Wm. Querj' 2July,13 
A. Neilson 19 do. 
Wilson Creed 19 do. 
F. S. Gray C Aug. 

R. B. DeWitt 6 do. 



Maj.brev. 5 
Sep. 1812. 

As. adj. gen. 



Adjutant. 



Qr. master. 



Paymaster 



W. S. Doherty 9 Aug.13 



Surg-eon. 
A. G.Goodlet 10 Feb. 12 

Surp'eon's JMates. 



EIGHTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Patrick Jack 6 Jul3-,12 

Lieutenaiit Colonel. 
L. Manning 15 Aug.13 

JMajors. 
W. Gumming 25 Mar.l3 
Pliilip Cook 15 Aug. 

Captains. 
D.R.Twiggs 6July,12 
R. Cunningham 6 do. 
W. Chisolm 6 do. 
F. B. Warley 6 do. 
W. Jones 6 do. 

T. W. Farrer 6 do. 

W. M 'Queen 6 do. 
M. I. Keith 6 do. 
C. Crawford 6 do. 
H. Walton 15 Aug.13 

First Lieutenants. 
Hamlin Cook 6Ju]y,12 
R. P. Johnson 6 do. 
T. S. Bailey 6 do. 
T. C. Hunter 6 do. 
Otis Dyer 6 do. 

J. H. Mailory 5 May ,13 
.M. A. Roberts 5 do. 
James Wilde 5 do. 
Wm. Bee, jr. 14 Aug. 
E. Halloway 15 do. 

Second Lieutenants. 
J. A. Black 6July,12 
B. Martin 6 do. 

It. Lamer 6 do. 

Henry Bill 25 Mar.13 
R. y. Marye 25 do. 
P. Leque-Y 5 May 

J. Ferguson 5 do. 



Aid to b. g. 
Flournoy. 
Brig. maj". 



Dist. paym. 



Paymaster. 



A.d.q.ra.g 

Aid to m.g' 

Pinckney 





27 




wVint/i and I'enth regiments Infantry. 




J\'a>nes and rank. 


Staff apps. 
& brevets. 


JYames and rank. 


Staff apps. 
& brevets. 


- — 

T. F. Wells 5 May,1.3 




T. Harrison 15 Aug. 13 




L. Grcs)iam 14 Aug. 








W. W. Davis 15 do. 




First Lieutenants. 




Thivd JAeutenants. 




S. L. Allen 23 Mar.l3 




S. Coleman 5 May,lS 




W. L. Foster 23 do. 




Jas. Colson 5 do. 




B. F. Greene 30 do. 




J. G. Bostwick 5 do. 




J. Fowle, jr. 16 April 


Paymaster. 


Wm- Wayne 5 do. 




S. Turner 13 May 




A. Doussct 5 do. 




E. Childs 13 do. 




R. J. Easter 5 do. 




Loring Palnier26 June,13 




J. A. Beaulard 15 Aug. 




David Perry 30 do. 
Aaron Lewis 15 Aug. 
J. H. Cranson 15 do. 
Second Lieutenants. 




Ensisrns. 




W.Browning 13 Mar. 13 




H. L. Oneal ~ 20 May, 13 




D. Chan<iler 13 do. 




J. (iignilliat 20 do. 




H.Wellington 13 May 




J. G. Stallings 2 July 




Charles Foster 13 do. 
W. Lyman 26 June 
Otis Fisher 30 do. 
E. Norton 15 July 




L 




J. Gleason liAug 


Adjutant. 


P 




Third Lieutenants. 








J.Howard 17Mar.l3 




Surgeon. 




J. Christie 15 Aug. 




W. R. Wearing 11 Apr.13 




David Foot 15 do. 




Sun^eon's Afates. 




A. Rurghardt 15 do. 




J. W. Caldwell rjjuly,12 




T. Childs, jr. 15 do. 




Charles Lewis 19 July, 13 








NINTH INFANTRY. 




Colonel. 








Simon Learned 6 July,12 






■ 


Lien enant Colonel. 




Ensig7is. 




T. Aspinwall 12 Mar. 13 




E. Badger 30 Aug.13 




JMajors. 




J.W.Colburn29Sep. 




C. Lyman " 26June,l3 




Surgeon. 




Henry Leaven- 




J. Lovell 15 May,12 




worth 15 Aug. 13 




Surgeot^s Mates. 




Captors. 




T. G. Mower 2 Dec. 12 




T. Crnoker 6 July,12 








A.F.Hull 6 do. 
E.Foster 13 Mar- 13 










TENTH INFANTRY. 




J. Ingersoll, jr. 16 Apr. 




Colonel. 




D.S.Townsend 13 May 




James Welbom 6 July, 12 




G. Bender, jr. 13 do. 




Lieutenant Colonel, 




J. F. Norris 26 June 




A. Pickens, jr. 6 July, 12 





28 



Elevenlh regiment Infantnj. 



j\'ames and rank. 




J\fajij7'.i. 
W.S. Ilamiiloi) 3 Mar. 13 
A.L. Laiisrhiiiii l.'iAusr. 

Ldptains. 
n. Cloiul C Tulv,12 

T. M. Xelson G do.' 
Vhll'l. Bi-ittfiin Gdo. 
Ptobt. Mitclidl G do. 
Email. I. l.cigh 6 do. 
Mark Hai-dcii 6 do. 
Jo.sei)h Bi'vant G do. 
•To.siah Woods C do. 
Josui)!) Clay 6 do. 
Jesso Copc'laiid 6 do. 

First Ltt'iitenaiits. 
Geo. VasJion 6 July, 12 
fifo. Strother Gdo. 
Win. Bailey 6 do. 
1 1. H. Carson 6 do. 
Abner S. Lewis C do. 
Clias. Luttorioh 6 do. 
W.L. Dnfplieylo Apr. 13 
WiTi. Irvine 14 Aug. 
Jos. J. Clincli 15 Aug. 

Second JAt'iitenants. 
Thos. D. Ketiv 6Julv,12 
Jos. (i. Wall ■ Gdo.' 
Arthur Fox 6 do. 
li. Plummer G do. 
S. A. Miller '23 Mar. 13 
Lewis Vai>cey 23 do. 
Jehu Bird 15 A|)ril 

A. G. Glynn 14 Aug. 
James Roane 15 do. 

B. T. Gowl wyn 1 5 Aug. 
Third Lieutenants 

Jo! I n G arrett 24 Mai-. 1 3 
W. J. Gordon 24 do. 
James Norris 24 do. 
Isaac Ciaton 24 do. 

F. M'Rae 24 do. 

G. \l. Bridges 24 do. 
W. Lancaster 

jr. 14 Aug 

James K. Hill 14 do. 
.'^. Thomas 14 do. 
V.' Alexander 15 do. 



Adjutant. 



Paymaster. 



Knsi^iis. 
R.Wood 24 Mar. 13 

N. S. Wade 24 do. 
R. H. Good wy II 24 do. 
M. Parkes 2 July 

\V. PanniU 2 do. 

John Carney 19 do. 
T. H. Ferguson 31 do. 
S. H. Bryant 1 Aug. 
John Rice 9 Sept 

Surgeon. 
I. Forster 10 July,13 

Surgeon's JMutes. 

E. H. Bell 12 ^^ar.l2 

R. Everitt 24 Mar. 1 



JVames and rank. 



I LEVENTH IXFAN 
TRY. 

Colonel. 
Isaac Clark 6Juh',12 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Moody Bedel 6July,12 

^Majors. 
O. C. Men-iil SMar.lS 
J.M'Neal,jr. 15 Aug 

Captains. 
J. W. W^eeks G July, 12 
B. S. Egerton 6 do. 
Samuel Gordon 6 do. 
W. S. Foster 13 Mai-. 13 
John Bliss 13 May 
llichanl Baen 26 June 
V.R.Goodrich 26 do. 
Horace Hale 15 Aug, 
Benj. Smead 15 do. 

First Lieutenants. 
VI. Corning 6July,12 
W. Sheldon 13Mar.l3 
W. S. Heaton 13 do. 
James VVells 13 do. 
Jas. Greene 13 May 
H.J.Blake 2GJune 
D. Crawford 26 do. 
R. Bucklin, jr."15 Aug. 
NT. S.Clarke 15 do. 
Thos. Levake 15 do. 

Second Lieutenant.^ 
W. Y. Hoil 13 Mar.13 



Staff' apps 
& brevets. 



Late qr. m, 

I 

Dist. paym. 

.Adjutant. 





2 


9 




TivelfUi regiment Infantry, 




jYtiincs and rank-. 


Staftif,':^. 
SJ lirevcl.'^. 


S\'iiiiies anil rank. 


S/ujr ajjps. 
& /'re vet. f. 


Kzck. .Icttett 13 Nfay 1.) 




.fames (iihson fiJidy,!'.' 




F. A. Savver 26 June 




Jaiiies I'axtou tido. 




■\ . Aldrich et> il.). 




Tlios. Sansrstcr Cdo. 




.r. V. BaiTon '2i'> (Id. 




\.C. Ramlolj.li r.do. 




T. Staiiitbfd 'if) do. 




.lanicsCIiarllou fido. 




IsaacClaik.jr. 14 An;;. 




diaries I'age f> do. 




Win. Rislev l^'do. 




A. L. Madison G do. 




.!. F.. Merritt l.ido. 




Thonias Post 29 >rar.l3 




FiiKx'li Cooper l.T do. 




Uolit.G.Hite 20 June 


Lateadjtnt. 


Tliii'd I.ieutenunts. 




Fii-st Lieutenants. 






Z. Morgan 6 July, 12 








J. G. Camp 6do. 


A.d.q.m.g. 






L. P,. Willis f.do. 


Pav master. 






A. .Vl'Donaid fitlo. 


' 






J<din Key, jr. 29 :Mar.l.; 








Koht, Houston 29 do. 








John Kennev 29do. 








0th. W.Coll'is 20 June 


Qr. mastei'. 






^Vni. Stone, jr. 20 do. 








R. Harrison 30 Sept. 








Second Lieutenants. 




Ensign !). 




P. .Magrnder 0July,12 




S.C. Cotton ll).Tulv,13 




VI. Hughes 6 do. 




J. C.Walker 19 do." 




John Towles Odo. 




John Levdke 29 do. 




W. C.Parker 29 Mar. 13 




JosepliHo|)kins 4 Aug. 




Bailey llruce 29 do. 




Tlios.Tupper 23 do. 




A. P',ggieston 30 do. 




P.S.Sandtbnl 23 do. 




R. Booker 30 do. 




Hazen Rtdel 21 Sep. 




Isaac Keyes 20 June 




B. .Stevenson 21 do. 




Jos.M'Gavock 20 do. 




H. Webster 22 do. 




David P. Polk 30 Sep. 
Third Ijieutenants. 




Surgeon. 




C.Randolph 29 Mar. 13 




G. P. Spencer 7 Apr.13 




P.C.Jolinston 29 do. 




Surgeon^ ft JMates. 




John Slrotiier29do. 




T. Woodward gAu-j.lS 




David Hunter 29 do. 




John Sackett 9 do. 




John Mackv 29 do. 
F.L.Dade' 29 do. 
Philip Wager 29 do. 




TWELFTH INFAN- 






TRY. 




Jos. Shommo 29 do. 




Colonel. 




,Ios. Thomas 29 do. 




Isaac A. Coles 12Mar.l3 




M«. M.Clai- 




Lieutenant ■ olonel. 




borne, jr. 14 Aug. 




Thos. Taylor 15 Aug.l3 




Ensigns. 




.Majors. 




Geo. Eskridg^ 29 Mar. 13 




R. C. Nieholas SMai-.l.*) 




Vlich.Crupper 29 do. 




W. Morgan 2fiJune 




Thomas Blair 19 Apr. 




Vuptains. 




.John Rol)inson 18 May 




T. P. Mocir,- f.Jnly,12 




S.Grt\n»Jaud.jr.20 do. 





30 



Thirkenth and Fourteenth regiments Infantnj. 



JVavies and rank. 



Staff' ajjps. 
& by^evets. 



2July,13 



N. C. Kindey 
De La Fayette 

Jolmstou 
Rohcit Call 
K. R'diiclolpli 
S. Banlctt 

Surgeon. 

J. C.Bi-onauRh 28 A])r. 12 

Suro'eon's JSIaies. 



9 do. 
I Am 
Ido/ 
1 do. 



'IHUn'EENrH IN- 
FANTRY. 

Colonel. 
P. P. Sclmyler 6 July, 12 

JJeiUenant Colonel. 
S. S. Coiinei- 12 Mar. 13 

jVIajors. 
J.V. H.Huyck 6.Tuly,12 
R. M. Malconi 3Mar. 1 

Captains. 
John Sproull 6.7uly,12 
Hugh R.Martin 6 do." 
MordecaiMvers6 do. 
MyndertM.box 6 do. 
W.D.Lawrence 6 do. 
S. W. Keai-ny 1 Apr. 13 
Samuel Ilarijig 1 do. 
John K.Paige 13 May 
W. B.Adams 13 do. 
JohnCumpbell 15 Aug. 

Fir.it Lieutenants. 
R. S. Gardiner G July,l2 
W. Gansevoort 6 do. 
John L. Fink 6 do. 
Israel Turner 6 do. 
Danl. Hugunin 1 Apr. 13 
Alfred Phelps 13 May 
Hush Robinson 1 3 do. 
Wm. W. Carr 13 do. 
D.B.Wilcox 15 Aug. 

Second Lientenants. 
Jacob Samnions 6 Jul}', 1 2 
iJos. H. Dwighl 1 Apr. 13 
John Williams 1 do. 
John Kirby 1 do. 
■Geo. Reab,jr. 20do. 



Adjt. gen. 



Paymaster 



Qr. master. 



r. W. Denton 13May,13 
John Graham 20June 
Mason]{onalds20do. 
iohi^ H;iight 15 Aug. 
William An- 
derson, jr. 15 do. 
Thifd Limtenants. 
V. J. Wheeler 2 May 13 
C. Harrison 16 do. 
M. C. Cantine 1 Aug. 
G. Helnibold 15 do. 
R. Humphreys 30 Sep. 
It. M.Harrison 30 do. 
A. Schyyler 17 Oct. 



Ensisms. 



JVames and rank. 



Surgeon. 
J. Y. Lancing 15 Oct. 1 

Sitrgeo7i's JSIates. 
JolinM'Call 15 Apr. 12 
David Marsh 1 do. 13 



FOURTEENTH IN 
FANTRY. 

Colonel. 
C. G.Bcerstler 20 June,13 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Timothy Dix 20June,13 

Majors. 
Samuel Lane 3 Mar. 13 
I. D. Barnard 26 June 

Captains. 
H.Grindage 6July,l2 
T.Montgoinery 6 do. 
Henry Fleming G do. 
Wm. M'llvain G do. 
K. M'Kenzie 6 do. 



Staff apps. 
& brevets. 



H 



Fifteenth regiment Infantrxj. 



J^'ames ayid i-ank. 



D.Cumraings 13M:ir.l3 
Tlios. Karney 13 .May 
Reuben Gilder 26 June 
Jos. Mai-shall 15 Aug;. 
First Lieutenants. 
J, M'Donald 6 July ^12 
Richard Arell 6 do. 
Peter Rich G do. 
John Waring 13 Mar. 13 
Thos. Randall 13 do. 
John Beckett 13 do. 
Edw. Wilson 12 May 
.\.Woodwai'd 13 do. 
J. \y. Tliomp- 

son 26 June 

J. B. Sparkes 1 5 Aug. 
Second Lieutenants. 
James Christie 6 July, 12 
Geo. Murdock 6 do. 
Win. G. Mills 13 Mar. 13 
James H. Gale 13 do. 
Kiral. Godwin 13 do. 
S, F. Donald- 
son 13 do. 
R.Bennett 12 May 
K. N.Robinson 12 do. 
W.G.Sanders 13 do. 
John Lynch 15 Aug. 
Third Lieutenants. 
AbrahamClark 13 Mar. 13 
Thos. Barton 13 do. 
Robert Beal I 30 Apr. 
JH. Falconar 4 May 
C.ComegySjjr. lOdo. 
n.Ricketts 12 do. 
MassoraMuddl2do. 
W.Thompson 12 do. 
l)M<Crimminl3do. 

Ensigns. 
W. G. Shade 18 Mar. 13 
JohnA. Dix 10 May 
Heiirj- Parker 12 do. 
T. Davidge 12 do. 
Jesse Keen 19 July 
Asa Partridge 24 Sep. 



Stuff apps. 
^ brevets. 



J\'a7iics and rank. 



Aid to b. g, 
Winder. 



Paymaster, 
Adjutant. 



Qr. master. 



Surgeon. 
John Young 4 June, 12 

Surgeoii's Matet. 
S. W. Magru- 

der 28 Mar. 13 

R. C. Downes 12 May 



FIFTEENTH INFAN 
TRY. 

Colonel. 

D. Brearley 12 Mar. 13 
Lieutenant Cohriel. 

Robert Carr 15 Aug. 1 3 
Majors. 

E. L. Whitlock 6 July, 12 
Win. King 3 Mar. 13 

Captains. 
Z. Rossell 6JuIy,12 

C. W. Hunter 6 do. 
White Youngs 6 do. 
H. H. Van Dal- • 

sem 6 do. 

J. L. Barton 30 do. 
J. D. Hay den 13 Mar. 13 
AaronSutphen 13 May 
Abni. Per Lee 13 do. 
Jb. D.Howell 15 Aug. 
G.M'Glas-sin 15 do. 

First Lieutenants. 
Wni. Barnet 6 Julj',12 
James Piatt 6 do. 
J. Schofield 6 do. 
R. L. Howell 15 Sep. 
S. M'Doiigall 30 Sep. 
David Riddle 13 Mar. 13 
A.Godwin, jr. 13 May 
David Curtis 13do. 

C. Stewart 15 Aug. 
John Scott 15 do. 

Second Lieutenants. 

D. Fraser 13 Mar. 13 
J. Dickerson 13do. 
Wm.Coffie 13 do. 

,C. Noyes 13 May 

H. K. Mullin 13 do. 
J.T.David 13do. 

C. H. Roberts 13do. 

D. E.Burch 15 Aucr. 



Staff apps. 
& brevets. 



Adjt. gen. 
Brig. maj. 



Bri" 



maj. 



As. d. p. g. 

Qr. master. 

Adjutant. 
Paymaster. 





32 




Sixteenth regiment Infantry. 




JK'ames and ra7ik. 


Staff apps. 


A'nmes and rank. 


Staff apps 




y brevets. 




& brevets. 


John Rose 15 Aug. 13 




J. I). Coon 15 Aug. 13 
Fir.H Lieutenants. 




Third Lieutenants. 




N.M'Lana,idin 16 Apr. 13 




Levi Heath 1 Aug. 13 




Tlios. Ho'n-ell 16do. 




Wm. B.Howell Ido. 




T. M. P.jwers 10 do. 




rioreat Alelinc 1 Oct. 




Isaac Fincli 15 Aug. 








John Kahin 15 do. 


Qr. master 






Jacob Wliisler 5 do. 








Thos. Mahon 15 do. 








Sanil.Weigly 15 do. 








Thos. Evans 15 do. 


" 






E. Olmstead .'K)Sept. 








Second JAeiitenaiits. 




liimi^ns. 




Cliui-les Fisler 16 May,13 




J. C.Dcbart 9 Sep. 13 




T.P.M'Mahoiiiydo. 




Chas. W. Lee 30 do. 




Wm. Downey 15 Aug. 
S. Nicholson 15 do. 
S. Roberts 15 do. 
Thos. Lyon 15 do. 

lliird Lieii tenants. 




Su7-gron. 




Thos. Findley 15Aug.l3 




Fenn Dcmiiig l4Apr. Ii2 




.Fohu Williantsl5 do. 




Sia'^eon^s JMates. 








R. T. Baker 12 Mar. 12 








SIXTEENTH INFAN- 


TRY. 








Colonel. 








C. Peai-ce 6Jnly,12 




Kiislgns. 




Lieuteiianc Colonel. 




George Bryan 1 Aug. 13 




R. Dennis 6July,12 




Samuel Ladd 1 do. 




.Majors. 




Hector Burns Ido. 




W.Lee 3Mar.l3 


D.pay.gon. 


Thos. Martin 1 do. 




Robert G raj' 15 Aug. 




L. Diffcnbuch Udo. 




Captains. 




Nathl. Young 19 do. 




G. G. Steele 6.TuIy,12 








A. IM'Kwen 6 do. 








J. F. M'Elfov 6flo. 






\ 


AV.Davenpor't 28 Sep. 








J. Alacliesney 13 Mar. 13 




Surgeon. 


*■ 


M.Greenwood 16 April 




S. Gillilaiid 15 May, 12 


It 


John Baldy 16 do. 




Surqeoiis Mates. 




J. W. Aitken 15 Aug. 


Lato payiij. 


G.BayUes 2 Dec. 12 




F.D. Cummins 15 do. 


Late adjtnt. 







k 



Seventeenth and Ei^hteenUi regiments Infanliy. 



A'aims and ru;iL. 



SEN EN'l'F.KNTU IN- 
FANT RV. 

Colonel. 
Saml. Wells 6,lnly,lS 

LifHtouint Colonel. 
Wm. M'Millau 6July,l'2 

J\Iajors. 
Geo. Cfoghaii 30Mar.l3 
lliclKl.(;i';iliani SOdo. 

Cdptains. 
Wii). Bradtbnl 6 July, 1 'J 
Chas. Quiray Cdo. 
R. HigUlowtr OJo. 
David Holt fido 

.las. Hunter 6iio. 
Wim. J. Adah' 6 do. 
Jas. Duncan, jr. 6 do. 
C. II. lloidei- 29Mar.l3 

B. W. SandLl-s 1 6 April 
31. L. Haw kins 16 do. 

First LieutemiiUs. 
Benj. Joliiibon 6July,l'2 
Alex.Uobei'tson 6 do. 
H. Criiltiiden Cdo. 
M. W. Fislier 6 do. 
J. Huckli'y, jr. ISAIar.li) 
A Garrett 1.5 Mar. 
T. Moiintjoy 13do. 

C. A. Bayiar 16 Apr. 
Pairy Hawkins l6do. 
Philip King 15 Au». 

Second Lieutenants. 
Ed. Ship, jr. 13Mar.l3 
JamesAIunday 13 do. 
Jos. Dunt-an 13 do. 
Che&tecn Scott 30do. 
Ta\lor Btrry 30 do. 
Thos. HavkinslG Apr. 
James Grr.y 16 do. 
Wm. Bavlor 15 Aug. 
T. Bu( kk-y 15 do. 
Sanil. S. Berry 15 do. 

Third Lieutenants. 
John Hamilton 6 Apr. 13 
G.J.Floyd 6 do. 

S.H.Craig 12 do. 
ReubenTay lor 12 do. 
T.S.Morgan 12 do. 
Wm. Hughes 13 May 



Staff aiif/s. 
\jj hrevets. 



J\ames and rank. 



Lt.col.hrv.2 
Auir.1813. 



Paymaster 



D. qr. m. g. 



Suijapps. 
is brevets. 



Wm. Fuhank 15 Aug. 13 
John Taylor 15 do. 



Ensigns. 
n. M. Beall 6 Apr. 13 
.lamesMaxueil 11 June 
II. W. Evving ICdo. 
J. Mershon 18 do. 
Richard Doyle 2 July 
Ander. E\ans 1 Aug. 



Su}^^eo7i. 
Wm. Turner 7 Apr. 13 

Surgeon's JMate* 
\\. S. Madison 2Dec.l'J 
J. M. Talhot loMar.l. 

EIGHTEENTH REGI 
MENT. 

Colonel. 
Wm. DraUon 6 July, 12 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Benajah \V'hite 6July,12 

jyiujors. 

AVm. StrotliLr 6Ju;v,12 

M. J. Kenan 26Jiine,13 

Captains. 
J.G.Bloi!nt,jr. 6Ju|y,12 
Geo.ge Bilker 6 do. 
\\ lu. Taylor 6 do. 
Edward King 6 do. 
H. v. 'I ay i or 6i!o. 
Owen Clinton 6 do. 
T. I. Robison G (,o. 
Jas. Hamilton 13 Mar. 13 
M. G. Waage 26 June 

First Lieutenants. 

W. A. Blount 6Juty,12 

B. T. Elmore 6 do. 

Elias D. Dick 6 do. 

J. W. Farrow 6 do. Paymaster 

Alex. King 6 do. 

Wm.TiMiale 6 do. 



Thos.Reyn^lds iSMar. 13 



i\v. mastri' 



34 



*S*ineteenth regiment Jnfimirij. 



J\/'ames and rank. 



T. C. Wilhight 26 June.lS 
E. S. Hawkins 30 do. 

Second Lieutenants 
W. N. Miller 6 July,12 
R. Mebane, jr. 6 do. 
John Watkins 6 do. 
H. Bi'own 6 do. 

R. Thruston 6 do. 
John Street 6 do. 
Alex. Pagan 13 Mar. 13 
John Peebles 13 do. 
W.D.Freeman 30 June 

Third Lieutenants. 
Horatio Dade 13 Mar. 13 
Fredk.Kinloch 13 do. 
S.W.Smith 16 June 
John S. Todd 22 July 



Ensigns. 
W. Whattey 29 June 13 
GeorgeBruton 29 do. 
J. W. Allston 29 do. 
George Taylor 6 Aug. 
A. B. Addison 11 Oct. 



Surgeon. 

Siirgeon's Mates. 
Wm. M'Caw 1 May,12 
James B.Hill 6 July 



NINRTKENTH IN- 
FANTRY. 

Colonel. 
John MiiliU- 6 July,12 

Lieute7iant Colonel. 
J. B. Campbell 6July,12 



Staff apps. 
& brevets. 



Col.brv. 18 
Dec. 1812. 



j\'ames and raiik. 



Majors. 
George Todd 6 July,l2 
Thos. S. Jesup 6 Apr. 13 

Captains. 
A.Edwards 6July,12 
H. H. Hickman 6 do. 
Wilson Elliott 6 do. 
James Herron 6 do. 
John T. Chunn 6 do. 
Hugh Moore 6 do. 
Asahel Nearing 6 do. 
John Anderson 16 Mar. 13 
David Gwynne 30 do. 
G. W. Jackson 15 Aug 

First Lieutenants. 
Samuel Booker 6July,12 
Sttphen Lee 6 do. 
John Hazelton 6 do. 
JainesCampbell 6 do. 
James Morrow 6 do. 
J. D. Fleming 6 do. 
Philip P. Price 30 Mar. 13 
FonHthan Rees 30 do. 
H. Frederick 15 Aug. 
BattleHan-ison 15 do. 

Second Lieutenants. 
C.Mitchell 30 Mai-. 13 
.I.Whistler,jr.30do. 
E. T.Langham 6 Apr. 
Geo. Atchison 6 do. 
A.E.Hoffman 6 do. 
W. Blanchard 6 do. 
Geo. W. Stall 6 do. 
Asher Phillips 20 May 
John Miligan 15 Aug. 
John Stockton 15 do. 

Third Lieutenants. 
Jacob Anderson C Apr. 13 
Mason Seward 6 do. 
Robert Carr 6 do. 
D. L. Carney do. 
Wm. Leavitt 6 do. 
A. C. Looker 15 Aug. 



S.aff apps. 
£sf brevets. 



Top. eng 



Twentieth and Ttventy-first regiments Infantry. 



jVames and ratih. 


Stuff' ap])s. 
& brevets. 


JS'ames and rank. 


Staff apps 
& brevets. 


F.nsigii.i. 




Second Lieutenants. 




John Coflir;iii 0Jtilv,l'2 




Thos.Blackwell6July,12 




Edw. B. Busk- 




John Archer 6 do. 


Paymaster. 


crvllle Gdf). 




J. H. Howard 6 do. 




Hu;^rl) Mny C do. 




Geo. Evans, jr. 6 do. 




Joliii Sliniuons 19 <!<». 13 




William Lisbon do. 




C. Xisuiinu'cr 19 do. 




John B. Ho^an 10 Apr. 13 




T.U.Af'Kniglitl9do. 




W.F.PendletonlGdo. . 




Jolin Jolly " 19 do. 




J. M. Glassell 10 do. 




D. E. Juckson 29 do. 




E.B.RaTidolphl4Aiig. 
Daniel Booker 15 do. 

Third Lieutenants. 




Surgeon. 




JohnWilev,jr.30Mar.l3 




Levi Rogers 28 Jan. 13 




John Hill' 30 do. 




Surqeon^a Mates. 




H.Saunders,jr. 4 Apr. 




CharlosMai-vin 12 Mar.l2 




Jacob Koontz 12 do. 




Daniel Turney 31 Dec. 




Thof. Rawlins IGdo. 
Frs. Callaway iCdo. 
Jos. Barnett 16 do. 








TWENTIETH IX- 






■ FANTUY. 

Colonel. 




Samuel Harris HxVug. 






W.H.Godwin 14 do. 




T.M.Rnndoli)!. 3 Mar. 13 




G.M'LaughlinlSdo. 


Qr. master 


J.ieiitcnunt Colonel. 




Ensigns. 




D. Caniiihell 12. Mar. 13 




J. Pettipool CJidy,12 




. .Majors. 




Dahney Morris 3May,13 




John Staitard 3Mar. 13 




H.Lewis 2 July 




LewisL.Taylor 3 do. 




Jas. Fuller 2 do. 




Captains. 




John Baker 29 do. 




Rielid. Pollard 6July,12 




Robt. Carter 1 Aug- 




W m.S.Jett.jr.Gdo. 




Jos. B.Scott Ido. 




J. A. Thornton Odo. 








J. Macrae, jr. do. 








Bvrd C.Willis Cdo. 








W. A. Shelton 5 Apr. 13 








T.B.Randolph 5 do. 




Sur^eo7i. 




Charles Gee 16 do. 




M. C. Buck" 2 July,13 




Bernil. Peyton iGdo. 




Surgeon's .Mates. 




First Lieutenants. 








Micajah Lyncli 6July,12 
John P. Duval 6 do. 










TWEXTY-FIRST IN- 




M. M. Payne 6 do. 




FANTRY. 




W. G. Hayes 6 do. 




ColoJiel. 




R. Crawford 6 do. 




El. W.Ripley 12Mar.l3 




Clemt. White 6 do. 




Lieutenaiit Colonel. 




Thos. Han-is 6 do. 




Tira. Upham 12Mar.l3 




Benjn. Smith 5 Apr. 13 




Majors. 




Thos. Howson 16 do. 




John Johnson 20 Jnne,13 


As. adj. gen. 


Tho9. Monroe 16 do. 




Jos. Grafton 26 do. 





Tivcnty-second regiment Jiifanlnj. 



A'ames and rank. 



Gdc." 
Gilo. 
G.Io. 
Clio. 
6 (In. 



Captains. 
•Tns'ali H. \'o.se 6Julv,12 
Chas. E. Tobe; 
Josupli Truut 
Clias. Procter 
Jer. Cliapinan 
P?e:iiii. Ro])e.s - . - 
Leml. Bradford 6dn. 
S. BurlKink ISMar.l 
M.Murston 26 June 
J.Eastman, jr. 30 July 
First Lieutenants. 
Dan. Hunderson 6 July, 12 
Perez Loriiig 13Mar.l3 
Azor Orne 13 do. 
Peter Peiham 16 Apr. 
Ileiiry Bender 13 ^Tay 
J. Barllett 26 Jane 

Ira Drew 14 Aug-. 



Second Lienteiiants 
Wm . Bow ra an 6 Ju ly , 1 2 
John Downer 6 do. 
James Pratt 13 Mar.lf 
Xatld. X. Hall 13 do. 
A. Bigelow 16 April 
Jos. Cillev 13 May 
N. Blasdeil 15 Aug. 
Edward Hall 15 do. 



Third Lieutenants. 
Braekett Paine 15 Aug.13 
Dpniei Rose 15 do. 



l^nsiffjis. 
H. C.Babcock 1 Aug. 13 
,?. W. Holding 5 do. 
Benjn. Jackson 5 da 
Francis Larne'l 1 Oct 



Staff apps. 
& brevets. 



\djutant. 



Qr. master. 



As.top.eng. 



A'ames and rank. 



Xielis. Tdman 1 Oct. 13 
lirad. Eariiiim 17 do. 



Surg'eon. 
A. Trowbrid;4;e 1 Aug.13 

Surgeon^ s JSJates. 
Josiaii Everett 21 Julv,13 
Elisha Allen 21 do.' 



TWENTY-SECOXD 
INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Hugh Bi-ady 6 July, 12 

Ideii tenant Colone'. 
George M'Fcely J«ly,l2 

Majors. 
Robert Lucas 3Mar.l3 
Ralph Marlin 3 do. 

Captains. 
Sampson S.King 6 July,12 
Jacob Caririack 6 do. 
John Pentland 6 do. 
John Foster 6 do. 
Silas Amberson 6 do. 
David Espy 16 April 
Jos. Henderson 16 do. 
Th. Lawrence 20 June 
Willis Foulk 20 do. 

First UeuteJiants. 
John i^arken 6 July, 12 
Tlios.Y.SprogellGdo. 
James Huston 6 do. 
Wui. Morrow 6 do. 
John Greene 13Mar.l3 
S. A. Rijjpey 16 April 
G.W.Ferguson 16 do. 
Wm. Sturgis 20 June 
D. Cornyn 20 <lo. 
JamesM'Ghee20do. 

Second Lieutenants. 
Jacob Fetter 6 July,l2 
!J. Culbertson 1 3 Mar. 13 
John D. Kehr 13 do. 
Robert Dunn 16 April 
Gideon Lev/ 16 do. 



Sjaff apps. 

& brevets. 



Adjutant, 



Qr. master. 
As. adj. gen. 



37 



Tivcniij-lhird regimenl Iiifanlrij. 



J^'am:'S aittl raiil. 


S:aff apps. 
U brevet :. 


»/\'amt'.9 and rank-. 


Siaf apps.. 
£r' orevets^ 


Thos. Wri'j;lit Ifi Apr. 13 


Paymaster. 


TliomasDelano 6 Julv,12 




liobi. R. liiill '20 June 




llor. G. Arm- 




j„l,„l{.Giiy '30(1... 




strong 2.i Sep. 




,|,io.Armsirong'i')ilo. 




L. 15. C'anncld 25 do. 




John Fee '-6<:o. 




Isaac Roach, ir. 13 Ajir. iS 




Thiril Lieutenants. 




S. 1). Wullles 2()Jnu.- 




.las.M'Kenney !;> Mar. 13 




A.AV. Odeil 20 do. 




Will. (;ill;i3pit;13(|(). 




E. F. Gillurt 2G(lo. 




Piles; S ocuni 10 J, me 




First Ideutenunts 




0. Marline 20 do. 




Jolin M'Ci-a-ley Julv,12 




U.M.Davidson '2G do. 




R. Cioodell Gdo. 




Suimic! Brady '2t) do. 




William Clarke o do. 




.lohii Arri^on 2f» do. 




H. H. Mooers tj do. 




,1. H. Vander- 




John M. LovveirMur.13 




slice 19 July 




W.J.Worth 19 do. 


Aidtom.g. 

Lev. is. 


G. S. Wllkins 29 do. 




[F. Whiting 20 June 






i^.L.lIogel)O0m20 do. 


Paymaster. 


Ensigns. 




Fred. Brown 20 do. 




TaraesSteMart 19 July,13 




Vbijah i;ennet20(!o. 




Joseph Stalde 29 do. 




Second Lieutenants. 




John Clark 29 do. 




Rod. Simons G July, 12 




r.eo.F. Sample 1 Aug. 




J. P. Livingston 25 Sep. 




John Sample 4 do. 




Levi S. Bun- IS Mar.13 




Robert Beans 14 do. 




J.M Aulayjr. 10 Apr. 




Fred.Hcnnings 1 Oct. 




Jus. Ingerso'.l 20 June 
Saml.Tap-,an 20 do. 
AlpI).W^<:tinorL26 do. 


Qr. master. 


Surgeon. 








Wm.N.Meicer 7 Aiig.lo 








Siirge')7i's Jlfates. 




Third Lieutenants. 




P. H. Craig 6 July,12 




W.G.Belknap 5 Apr. 13 




Jesse Magaw 6 do. 




S. B. Griswold 5 do. 
Zadoc P. MorbelG <1o. 
Jolin Jones 16 do. 




TWENTY-THIRD IN- 






FANTRY. 




Rd.C. Suivth 3 May 




Colonel. 




.fames S. Aheel 3 do. 




Jas. P.Pi-eston 15 Aug. 13 




Abm.Cantine 10 May 




Lieutenant Colonel. 




.f. P.Uieterick 10 do. 




Ja9.R.Mullany 3 Mar.13 




Rd. Phillips 13 do. 




Majors. 




Samuel R.Hill 21 June 




II. B. Arm- 




Etisig7is. 




strong 12 Apr. 13 




Ezra King 6 July, 12 




D. M'Farland 15 Aug. 




J. Cauldwell, jr. 7 Apr.l3 




Captains. 




John B. Truax 4 May 




Peter Mills 6 July,12 




Francis Biaize 12 do. 


■ 


Derick Van 




Dudley Lamb 4 Oct. 




Vegliten 6 do. 








David Scott C do. 









38 



Tivcntij-fourlli and Trveidy-Jiflh regiments Infantry. 



JVames and rank. 



Surgeon. 
Silas Fuller 6 July, 12 

Surgeoji^s jyiat.cs. 
John Gale OJulv,lC 

Henry Wliite SSJiily 15 



TWENTY-FOURTH 
INFANTRY. 

Colonel 
W. P. Anderson 6 July,12 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Josei)liL.Smith 12 Mar. 13 

F. Armstrong 26 June, 13 
Robert Bntlcr 15 Aug. 

Captains. 
Aw. H. Holmes 6 Jul_v,12 
AlexauflerGray 6 do. 
Jno. A.Rodgers 6 do. 
"\^'m. O. Allen 6 do. 
Robert Desha 6 <lo. 
J. H.Campbell 6 do. 
Minor Stargiis 13 Mav,13 
FrankHamptonSfi June 
\V. O.Winston 15 Aug-. 
W. Wilkinson 15 do. 
First Lieutetiants. 
Silas Stephens 6July,12 
James Stujirt 6 do. 
Samuel Scott 13 Mar. 13 
Jt-.se|ihAntliony26 June 
Rt. Bimtin, jr.'2G do. 
Tal. Richnrds 15 Aug. 
I'^rjah Allison 15 do. 
Caleb CFobes 15 do. 
John O. Fa'lon 15 do. 
Joseph Perkins 15 do. 

Seco7ul Lieutenants. 
Abner Hynes 20 Apr. 13 
7". P. Favrot 26 Jime 
Adam Peck, jr. 26 do. 
T/itt. Johnston 26 do. 
Saml.T.Balch 14 Aug. 
John Butler 14 do. 
Jos. A. Martin 14 do. 
W,M.Crawfordl5 do. 
Daniel Green 15 do. 
J.S.Williamson 15 do. 



■SV('jf apps. 
& bri'vets. 



Paymaster 



Aid to m. g. 
Harrison. 



A'ames and rank. 



Third Lieutmajits. 
Francis Valle 13 iMay,13 
JolinGilbreath 13 do. 
R(l. M.Woods 13 do. 
F. Baldridge 13 do. 
Wrn. Martin 9 Aug 
W.G.CliildresslSdo. 
Lewis M. -Vyer 15 do. 
Hezk. Jackson 15 do. 



E}i.tigns 
Robt. Renfroe 9 Aug. 13 
.\lcx. Hamilton 9 do. 
R. M'Combs 9 Aug 
W. K.Pauling 9 do.' 
Wm. Johnson 9 do. 
Abm. Fine lOet. 



Surgeon. 
Henry Skinner 5 Apr. 1 

Surgeon^s Jtfales. 
C. Humphries 25 Apr. 12 
llarrv Bt adford 9 Ausr. 13 



TWENTY-FH-ni IN- 
FANTRY. 

Colonel. 
E.P.Gaines 12 Mar. 13 

Lieiitejumt Colonel. 

Jonas Cutting 6July,12 

J\Iajors. 

C. K. Gardner 26 June,13 
Wra. Battey 15 Aug. 

Captains. 
Geo. Howard 6 July,12 
Peter Bradley 6 do. 
Josejih Kinney 13 Mar. 13 
T. M.Read 16 Apr. 
J. B.Murdoch 16 do. 
Henry Dyer 20 June 
MinorRobbins26 do. 
J. A. Thomas 15 Aug. 
Ben j. Watson i 5 do. 

D. ketchum 3j f-'cp. 



Sjaf apps. 
& brevets. 



Adjt. gcD. 
As. adj. gen. 

Lateqr.mr. 



39 



Bijle regiment. 



J\''amcs and rank. 



First Lieutenants. 
J. Burbid'^e liiMar. 1 
Edward AVhite 10 Apr. 
Danie)For\varil It) do. 
Aichd.C.CrarylGdo. 
T. S. Seymour 20 June 
Jesse Beach 2f) do. 
E. Shavlor 15 Aug. 
.\lex.t.F.Billl;)do. 
John G. Munn I'xln. 
Geo. M'Chain 30 Sep. 
Second Lieutenants. 
J. Hutchinson l.'jMay,13 
G.Talcott, jr. lOjuly 
Russell Eddy 13 do. 
Clark Robbiiisia do. 
John Giftord 13 do. 
J. D. Brown 15 Aug. 
S.H. Devotion 28 Sep. 

Third Lieiitenants. 
Henry Do Witt 17 Oct. 13 



Sunreon. 
Giles Gridley 9 Apr. 12 

Surgeon's Mutes. 
P.Woodbury 6 July, 12 
J. L. Comstock 2 Dec. 



SiaJ apps. 
& brevets. 



Qr. master. 

D. coni.oi-d. 
Paymaster. 



RIFLE REGIMENT 

Colonel. 
T.A.Smith 6July,12 

Lieittenant Colonel. 
G.AV. Sevier 6 July, 12 

JMaJors. 
J.M'Donald 1 Au-.12 
Benjn. Forsyth 20 Jan. 13 

Captains. 
n. R.Graham 8 Mar. 09 
A. A . Massias 1 July 
F. Ridge way 31 do. 10 
Miehl. C.Hays lJunc,ll 
L. Morgan 1 July 

Daniel Appling 1 A])r.l2 
Joshua HamiltoiiC July 
T. A.Patterson 1 Aug. 
T. Ramsay CO Nov. 
William Smith 20 Jan. 13 



J^'ames and rank. 



First Lieutenants. 
Elias Stallings 16 Mar. 11 
L. G. A. Aniii- 

stead 10 Feb. 12 

W. E. Morris 30 Apr. 
Jolm Findley 30 do. 
H. V. Swearin- 

gen 6 July 

E. WadsM orth 1 Aug. 12 
Wm. Townlv 1 do. 
\V. C. Beard' 27 Sep. 
Tames Ryan 30 Nov. 
George (iray 20Jan. 13 

Second Lieietenants 
Marvey.Munayl7 Oct. 12 
J. S. M'Intosh 13 Nov. 
Jos. Calliounjr. 2 Dec. 
Hyem Colien 2 do. 
William Arnold 3 do. 
John M'liitire 3 do. 
J. Shortridge 3 do. 
John Hanson 4 Dec. 
John Harlee 20 Jan. 13 
Josiali Hill 20 do. 

TIdrd JAetitenants. 
S.Y.Hamilton 12 Mar. 13 
R. M'Farland 12 do. 
.Tacob Tipton 12 do. 
W. Armstrong 12 do. 
Rennet Riley 12 do. 
L. Norton 12 do. 

J. S. Gray 20 May 

Andw. Lindsay 29 June 



F.nsigns. 
T.F.Smith 2July,13 
Samuel Cobbs 2 do. 
G. Da\idson 2 do. 
F. Howard 19 do. 
J. H. Stannon 29 do. 
Peter Albright 1 Aug 
Edward Drake 7 do. 



Svrgeon. 
W.W.Hall 24 Mar. 12 

Surgeons JSffttes. 
S. Gantt SJuly.ia 



^luff apps. 
& brevets. 



\id torn. g. 
Pinekney. 



Qr. master. 



40 



Linealrank..,tMaj.k Brig. gens. CoU. LI. cols, k Majors. 



MAJOR GENERALS. 

tienry Dearborn 27.Tan.12 
Thos! Pii\c-knev 2' Mar. 
Jhs. Wilkinson 2 do. 13 
Wilde Ilaviiploii 2 da. 
Moi-,<;;in l^ewis 2 do. 
W. H. HiUi'isoii 2 do. 



BRIG. GENERALS. 

Jos. Cloonifield 2r?ilar.l2 
jHs.Wiriehu>.t<T27 do. 
William Hull 8 Apr. 
Tiios. Flouriiov IS.Iiine 
T. H-Cusliing' 2July 
John C]i:uidli'i' 
Jol.uP. Bosd 
Thos. Parlcei- 
George Izard 
W.H. Vviiidcr 
D. M'AiUim- 
L*wis Cass 
Benj. Howard 
1). ll. Williams 
Jacob Brown 
L. Covina;tnii 



S do, 
2 6 Aug. 



16 inf 
8 iiil' 
ir inf 
VJ ihi' 
J 8 inl' 
lU iiif 



5 inf 



4 inf 



Wni. P. Anderson 
Cromwell Pearce 
Piitrick Jack 
Samuel Weils 
J.ihn iNIiller 
William Drayton 
.James W'ellborn 
./«({/ ,11. 
Joseph G. .Swift 

.iugutjt 15. 
Daniel Hissell 

Attg-nst 26. 
lioberl Purdv 

181.S, March 3. 
T. .AI. Kandol[)h 20 inf. 

.March 12. 
Ed. P.Gaines 25 \\ii.ad.g\ 
Winlield Scott 2aK 

David Brearly 15 inf 

miru-:i3N"<^ ;VSv'f \^ !"'" 

12 do f-lea. W . Rn.ley 21ml. 

L. Laval 1 l.d. 

.Time 20. 

Chs. G. Bu;rstler 14 inf. 

^lug-unt 15. 

Homer V. Milton 3 inf. 

James P. Preston 23 inf. 



12 do. 
12 do. 
12 do. 
12 do. 

'Jjuly 
PJdo. 

lAu- 



COLONELS. 

1802, Jpril 1. 
H.Burbeck 1 art hr. brev. 

1808, Mail 3. 
William Russell 7 inf. 

Jlily 8. 
Jonas Simoiuls 6 iwf. 

.•lu^ii.it 18. 
J.Kingshury 1 inf. i7i staff. 

iWi, March Vi. 
3M. Porter l.a.6r.^«j.6re7'. 

July 6. 
Richard Sparks 2 inf. 
Alexr. Macomb 3 art. 
Thomas A. Sniitb rif 
P.P.Scbuyler 13 inf. staff 
Simon Earned 9 inf. 

James Burn 2 l.d. 

Isaac (]lark 11 inf. 

Hugh B, adj 22 inf. 



LIEUT. COLONELS. 

1802, Jlpril 1. 
C. Freeman \A<X.col.brev. 

ISU), jY:,vember 30. 
.). Miler &'mt cul.brev. 

ISII, June 6. 
Gilbert C. Uussell 3 inf. 

December 2. 
J.R.Fen« ick l.a. col.siaff] 

1812, Jiilij 6. 
John Bowyer 2 inf. 

.lohn Darrington 4 inl'. 
George W. Sevier rif. 
A. T'. MacnciU 2 l.d. 
William M'MilIan IT inf 
i.B.Campbelll9iaf.co/.6j\ 
!5enaja White 18 inf. 
.lonas Cutting 25 inf. 

George M'Feely 22 inf 
Richard Dennis 16 inf 
Moody Bedel 1 1 inf 

.Vndrew i'ickens 10 inf. 



ng. 



Jiili/ 31. 
W. K. Armistead 

.'iiig^nst 15 
Robert C. Nicholas 1 inf, 

1813, .l/«/-c/i 3. 
George E. .Vliichell 3 art. 
Jamfe"s 1{. Mullany 23 inf. 
James House 3 art. 

F. Iv .Huge [• 2 art. col.sUiff. 

Jiarch 12. 
Samuels. Conner 
Timothy Upham 
Thos. Aspinwall 
loseph L. Smith 
David Campbell 
William Lindsay 
.Ipril 30. 
Thornton Posey 
Jiuie 20. 
Timothy Di.Y 
N. Luekett 

Jhtg-(ist 15 
George Gibson 
Robert Carr 
Thomas Taylor 



13 inf. 

21 inf. 

9 inf. 
24 inf. 
2(1 inf. 

2ai-t. 

7 inf. 

14 inf. 
11.(1. 

5 inf. 

1 5 inf. 
12 inf. 



Lawrence Manning 8 inf. 



MAJORS. 

Um, March 2\. 
Z. Pike 1 inf. It. col. brev. 

July 31. 
\Y. M'Rea 1 art. l.c.brev. 

1804, necember 1. 
A.Y.Xicoll 1 art. col.staff. 

1810, March 15. 
A. Eustis 1. a. It. col. brev. 

lSl'2,July 6. 
UMl.Uoote 2 inf. cl\siaff. 
iolm Campbell 6 inf. 

GLOi'ge Bomford cng. 
Eph. L. Whitlock 15 inf. 
Tuo. T. Woodford 2 l.d. 
Samuel Nye 3 art 

William Strolher 18 in£ 
Daniel M. Forney 2 art. 
John V.ll. Huyck 13 inf. 
George 'I'odd 19 inf. 

Jn!y 31. 
William M'Ree eng. 



il 



Litieal Runic... Captains. 



Jill splint 1. 
James M'lioiuild rif. 

Aiig-itst 15. 
Mallliew Arbuckle 3 iiiC. 

August '20. 
Nathan lleald 4 inf. 

September Ifi. 
J.V.Bali 1\A\.lt.col.brev. 

1S1.5, Jiaiuai-ij 20. 
Eli H. Clcmsoii ^ 1 inf. 
W. Swan '2 inf. col Stajf. 
Niiiian Piiikney .'5 inf. 
William (Jarsoii .3 inf. 
Horatio Stark 6 inf. 

Arthur Morgan 7 inf. 
Stephen Kanney 4 inf 
Benjamin Forsyth i-if. 
Thomas Pitts l.a. 

March S. j 

Geor2;e Armistead 3 art.] 
Washington Lee 10 inf. 
W.King 15 inf. col. staff. 
Samuel Lane 14 inf. 

John Stanard 20 inf 

Richd. M. Malcom 13 inf' 
Lewis L. Tavlor 20 inf. 
Roht.C. Nicholas 12 inf I 
Robert Lucas 22 inf 

Wni.S.HamJUon 10 inf. 
Ralph Marlin 22 inf.; 

Orsa.C. Merrill 11 inf. 

J\1arch 25. | 

Wilfiam Gumming 8 inf. 

JMarch 30. I 

G.Croghan Vi'mi.l.c.brev. 
Richard Graham IT inf 

April G. 
Thomas S. Jesup 19 inf. 

April 12. 
H. B.Armstrong 23 inf. 

April 30. 
Benjamin Wallace 5 inf. 

JSfay 5. 
James B. Many 1 art. 

Jitjie T . 
Thos.A. Helms ll.d. 

June 26. 
J. Johnson 21 inf. in staff. 
Jacob Hindmaii 2 art. 
Chas. K. Gardner 25 inf 
Willo. Morgan 12 inf 
Frs, Armstrong 24 inf 



Joseph Grafton 21 inf Uriah Blue 7 inf 

Isaac 1). Bernard I4inf ,It)hn .Machesney 6 inf 
Michael J. Kenan IS inf .I.Siu''Hing4 inf maj.breT. 
Chester Lyman 9 inf .Abrm. A. Massias rif 
A. P. Ilayne 1 I. d. J'rancis Newman 

Angiisf 15. LI. T. Arrousmith 

.1. Bankhead 7 inf cl.staff. Pichard Oldham 
Ross Bird 7 inf AVilli;iiu Butler 

Aug. L. Langhani 10 inf (iad Humphreys 
Hy. Leavenworth 9 inf ISIO' 

Daniel M'Farland 23 inf William Lawrence 2 inf. 

24 inf. James ! )olierly 7 inl'. 
11 inf John Walworih 6 inf. 

25 inf Asa Morgan 1 l.d. 
K) inf George .NL Brooke 5 inf 

8 inf. J. Gib.son I. a. col. in staff. 
JRichard Whartenby 5 inf. 
William C:inn>bell 



1 art. 

6 inf. 

7 inf. 
3 inf 
6 inf. 



Robert Butler 
John M'Neal 
AMIIiam Baltey 
Robert Gi'ay 
Pliilip Cook 



CAPTAINS. 

1797. 
J.^^'i)istlcr linf maj.hrev. 

1800. 
H.M'Call 1 inf maj. brev. 

ISOl. 
L. Beall 1 art. maj. brev. 

1804. 
Samuel T. Dyson 1 art. 
Natlianiel Leonard 1 art. 

1805. 
Ch. Wollstonecraft 1 art. 

ISOf). 
J.B.Walbach 1 -A-coLsluff. 

1SU7. 
Moses Swett 1 art. 

1808. 

Charles Grai iot eng. 

William AMlson 1 art. 
John Nicks 3 inf 

li.xVtkinson 3inf cZ. staff. 
John M'Clellaud 3 inf 
Colin Biickner 5 inf. 

Simon Owens 1 inf. 

John Binney 4 inf. 

James Woodruff 3 inf 
D.Hughes 1 inf maj.staff. 

1809. 
Enoch Humphreys 1 art. 
E.Beebee 6 iuf maj.staff. 
W. Piatt 2 inf. col staff 
Henry R. Graham rif 
Retui'n B. Brown 4 inf 



l.a. 
R(;bt. H. M'Pherson i.a. 
Alden Patridge eng". 

Fieider Ridgeway rif 
Robert B. Moore 3 inf. 
K. Cutler 7 inf. jiiaj. staff. 
Townsend Stith 5 inf 
Peter Muhleidjerg 6 inf. 
Z. Taylor 7 inf maj.hrev. 
Walter H. Overton 7 inf. 

1811. 
l.S.S wearingen 1 avi.mj.st. 
James Denking 3 inf. 
Seleck Osborne 1 l.d. 
C.Nicholas 1 inf. mj. staff. 
Wra. .M'Clellaud 7 inf. 
Henry B. Brevoort 2 inf. 
•TohnN. .M'Intosh l.a. 
Hays G. White 3 inf. 
Silas Halscy 1 l.d. 

Michael C. Hays rif. 

Alexi'. \. White 7 inf 
Lodowick Morgan rif. 
James Hanham " 1 art. 
Samuci Price l.a. 

Oliver G. Burton 4 inf. 
Alexr. M'lllhenny 5 inf. 
Michael Walsh 1 art. 
T.Chambcrs 5 inf m.ntaff. 
Alexr. Cnmmings 1 l.d. 
Charles Fuller 4 inl". 

James Dorman 5 inf. 

Clement S.idlier 6 inf. 

1812, January 'i. 
R. Sterry inf v\a]. utaff. 



42 



Lineal Bank....Ca])tains. 



Jllarch 12. 
John Miller 2 inf. 

Daniel Buker 1 inf. 

James Keed 1 art 

.1 prill. 
Andrew M*Dowel! l.a. 
Daniel Appling lif. 

.Time 4. 
J. E. A. Masters 6 inf. 

July 1. 
E.D.Wood eng. m j.brev. 

July 6. 
Reu. Chamberlain 2 inf 
Luther Leonard l.a. 

Joshua Hamilton rif. 

lohabod B.Crane 3 art. 
Roger Jones 3 art. 

James li. Boyle 3 art. 
Alexr. S. Brooks 3 art. 
Nathan Towson 2 art. 
Samuel B.Archer 2 art. 
William Nicholas 2 art. 
James N. Barker 2 art. 
Steph. R. Proctor 2 l.d. 
Jacpi) B. I'on 2 art. 

Sanders Donoho 2 art. 
Saml. G. Hopkins 2 l.d. 
Henry Hall 2 l.d. 

Thoma? Biddle, jr. 2 art. 
Thomas P. Moore 12 inf 
Henry Grindage 14 inf 
John W. Gookin 3 art. 
Richard Pollard 20 inf 
Zachariah Rossell 15 inf 
George Cioud 10 inf 

Joseph Philips 2 art.; 

Tlios. M. Nelson 10 inf i 
Andw. If. Holmes 24 inf i 
John Siirnull 13 inf 

Josiah II. Vose 21 inf 
William Bradford 17 inf 
Peter Mills 23 inf 

James Gibson 12 inf 

Wm. Van Deursen 3 art. 
Samuel I). Harris 2 l.d. 
TohnA. Burd 2 l.d. 

Al)r:d:ani Kd wards 19 inf 
Jr,s<i>h Sclden 2 l.d. 

Ton>er Ci-ooker 9 inf 
Tohn G. MIount 18 inf 
Charles Quiray 17 inf. 
Jas. I. B. Romayne 3 art 



George G. Steele 16 inf 
Hugh R. Martin 13 inf 
iDaviil E. Twiggs 8 inf 
Richd. Higbtower 17 inf 
Clias.W. Hunter l.S inf 
Sampson S. King 
George Howard 
John W. Weeks 
George Butler 
Dk. Van Veghten 23 inf 
Charles E.Tobey 21 inf 
Th. Montgomery 
James Paxton 
Har. H. Hickman 
Hor. H. Watson 
.losepb Treat 
Ale.xander Gray 



22 inf 
25 inf 
11 inf 
18 inf 



14 inf 
12 inf 
19 inf 
3 art 
21 inf 
24 inf 



Robt. Cunninsrham 8 inf 



Philip Brittaiu 10 inf 

Mordecai ISIyers 13 inf 

John Ritchie 2 art. 

Hodjjah Meade 20 inf 

Eben. B. Morse 3 art 

Jonas Holland 2 l.d 

Thomas Sangster 12 inf 

Ar. C. Randolph 12 inf 

John Goodall 2 ait 

Jacob CaiMiiack 22 inf 

MyndertM.Dox 13 inf 
William Chisholm 8 inf 

Charles Proctor 21 inf 
William S.Jett, jr. 20 inf 

Wilson Elliott 1 9 inf 

'James M'Keon 3 art 

White Yonngs 15 inf 

'William M'livain 14 inf 
iJohn A. Thornton 20 inf 

jRufus M'Intire 3 art. 

David Holt 17 inf 

John A. Rodgeis 24 iuf 

John Butler 2 I 

John Pentiand 22 inf 

Felix W. Wat ley 8 inf 

Robert Mitchell 10 inf 

Jesse Robinson 2 art. 

William Taylor 18 inf 

Alexr. M'Ewen Ifi inf 

James Herron 19 inf 

Robert M.Gill 2 art. 

WilliaBi Jones 8 inf. 

William (). Allen 24 inf 

John Macrae, jr. 20 inf 



Philemon Hawkins 2 art. 
Edwai'd King 18 inf 

H. H. Van Dalsem 15 inf 
W. 1). Lawrence 13 inf. 
Emanuel I.Leigh 
J ere. Chapman 
Daniel Ciishing 
James Hunter 
James Charlton 
John Foster 
Benjamin S.Ogden 3 art. 
James F.M'Elroy 16 inf. 
Robert Desha 24 inf. 
JohnT. Chunn 19 inf 
Byrd C. Willis 
Stanton Sboles 
Henry P. Taylor 
^Villiam J. Adair 
Mark Harden 
Geoige W.Russell 2 art 
Charles Page 12 inf 

And. L. Madison 12 inf 
,l(i)seph Bryant 10 inf 
Benj. S. Egerton 11 inf 
Thomas W. Farrar 8 inf 
Spots-Hood Henry 2 art 
Samuel Gori'on 
Htigb Vloore 
Frederick Evans 
Benjamin Ropes 
Peter Bradley 
Jas. H. Camjibeil 



10 iiif 

21 inf 
2 art. 

17 inf. 
12 inf. 

22 inf 



20 inf 
2 art. 
18 inf 
17 inf 
10 inf 



11 inf 
19 inf 

2 art 
21 inf I 
25 inf I 
24 inf I 



William M'Queen 8 inf 



losiah Woods 
Samuel Bradford 
Jose])h Clay 
Asahel Nearing 
Owen Clinton 
James Duncan 
Silas Aniberson 
Matthew I. Keith 
Thomas I.Robeson 18 inf 
Jesse Copeland 10 inf 
Charles Crawford 
David Scott 
Henry Fleming 
Ken. M'Kenzic 
Thomas Delano 
Abraham F. Hull 
Jidy 31. 
J.G.Totteneng.wio/.i/tn'. 



10 inf 

21 inf 
10 inf I 
19 inf I 
18 inf 
17 inf I 

22 inf I 
8 inf 



8 inf I 
23 inf I 
14 inf. I 
14 inf! 
23 inf 

9 inf. 



43 



Lineal rank....Captains. 



.luf-nxt. 
Tlios. A. PaUei-son rif. 
Benjamin Brancli l.a. 
GeojgeW. Mclvin l.a. 
Ainlj."\Vlii(loik 1 inf. 

Septcriber. 
Charles lifirrabc'e 4 inf. 
Samuel Ba!ic()ck e.n^ 
Jonathan lironks 3 art 
Ho. C .\^rmstr(tng 2.) inf. 
Lizur U.Cantiekl 23 inf. 
Wm. I):i\enpoi-t If) inf 
Jose|)!i I-. Barton 15 inf 

October. 
Henry Pliillijjs 6 inf 

A'o7'C7nber. 
Thomas Rain.sey rif 

December. 
W. M. t/itih-john 1 1.(1. 
William Wiiistlci- 1 inf 

1813, .ftiiiuani. 
Stephen Collins 3 art. 
John (J. Symmes 1 inf 
Simeon Kwisjlit 1 inf 

Alpiia Kingsley 1 inf 
Hezekiah Joliiison 1 inf. 
John T. Pemberton "2 inf 



Ebenezer AVay 4 inf 
Reorge Haig 1 1, d. 

William Smith rif 

Ar. W. Thornton 1. a. 

February. 
Thomas Murray 1 art. 

March. 
William Gates 1 art. 

Alexr. J. Williams 2 art. 
John Machcsney 16 inf 
James Hamilton 18 inf 
David Cummings 14 inf 
A. C. W. Fanning 3 art. 
Jolin M. O'Conner 3 art. 
George H. Richards 3 art. 
Edmund Foster 9 inf 
Jere. D. Hayden 15 inf 
William S.Foster 11 inf 
Joseph Kinney 25 inf 



Sullivan Rnrl)ank 21 inf. Henry Uyer 25 inf. 

J..\n(U-rsoii I'tiiif m.afnff. Thomas Lawrenne 22 inf. 
CaiehH. T^n'dcr 1 7 inf. Lei-oy Opie 5 inf 

Thomas Post 12 inf AVillis Foulfce 22 inf. 

David G wvniie 19 inf T. M. Randolph, jr. 2 art. 
jJpriL Robert G. Hile 12 inf 

Step. W. Kearney 13 inf Mont. G. Waage 18 inf. 
Samuel Haring 13 inf Frank Hampton 24 inf. 
Wm. A. Shekon 20 inf Kpli. F.Gilbert 23 inf. 
Th. B. Randolph 20 inf Rlciiard Baen 11 inf. 

Narcissus Broutin 7 inf. Moi-rell Marston 21 inf 
Isaac Roachj ji\ 23 inf Reuben Gilder 14 inf. 
David Espy 22 inf .Minor Robins 25 inf. 

Jared IngersoU, ji-. 9 inf Vai. R. Goodrich 11 inf. 
Thomas .VI. Read 25 inf James V. Norris 9 inf 
>Tiles Greenwood 16 inf -^"^i'- 

Charles Gee 20 inf Jonathan Eastman 21 inf 

Bernard Peyton 20 inf Jackson Durant 4 inf 
Benj. W. Sanders 17 inf | ,h(gxist. 

John B. Murdoch 25 inf Elijali Boardman 1 1, d. 
Joseph Henderson 22 inf iWiiliam R. Davis 3 inf. 
Mar. li. Hawkins 17 inf.lSamuel W. Butler 3 inf 



John Baldy 

Wm. S. Henshaw 5 inf 

May. 
Julius F. Ileileman 1 art. 
William F.Ware 2 inf 
John Gaiisevoort 1 art. 
David S. Townsend 9 inf 
Thomas Karney 14 inf 
Minor Sturgus 24 inf 
Aaron Sutphen 15 inf 
.\hraham Per Lee 15 inf 
John K. Paige 13 inf 
William B.Adams 13 inf 
George Bender,jr. 9 inf 
John Bliss 11 inf 

Hopley Yeaton 1 art. 

Samuel M. Dewey 3 art. 
John iM. Davis 2 inf 

June. 

L.Hukillli.d. maj.sUiff. 
Samuel Mac ay 1 art. 
Simon D. Wattles 23 inf 
Azariah W. Odell 23 inf. 



16inf!Ricliard H. Bell 



5 inf. 
4 inf. 
15 iwf. 
2l.d. 
3 art. 



John L. Eastman 
Jacob D. Howell 
Charles J. Nourse 
Syivr. Chin-chill 
Benjamin Natson 25 inf. 
J. D. Coon 16 inf. 

Wm. O. Winston 24 inf. 
Hughes Watson 8 inf 
John Campbell 
Jona. W. Aitkin 
Geo. W. Jackson 
lohn A. Thomas 
George M'Glassin 15 inf. 
Wal. Wilkinson 24 inf. 
Horace Hail 
Benjamin Sneed 
Joseph Marshall 
Thomas Harrison 
F. D. Cummins 
F. Conkling 
Daniel Ketchum 
Benj. R. Pierce 



13 inf 
16 inf. 
19 inf. 
25 inf. 



11 inf. 
11 inf 
14 inf 

9 inf 
16 inf 

4 inf 
25 inf. 

3 art 



■3)1 



Twcnty-sixlh and Tiviiily scrcnih rcgi men! i< luj'iiutry. 

[Tlie following Ibui-teeu regiments arc raiscil for one jear.] 



A''ames and rank. 



TWENTY^IXTH 
FANTRV. 

Colo7iel. 



IN 



Lieutenant Colo7ieI. 
T.B.VanHoine 9 Apr. 13 

JMuJors. 
Jos. Jcnkiiifon 19 Feb. 13 
W.A.Ti'inible 18 Mar 

Captains. 
W.H.Putlmff 20May,13 
J. Lockhait 20 do.' 
Jolin Lucas 20 <lo. 
S. Swearingen 20 do. 
Geo. Kisling 20 do. 
John Moore 20 do. 
Christ. Wood 20 do. 
Joel Collins 20 do. 
R. CTalbott 20 do. 

First Liente7iants. 
AVilliaiti Baird 20May,13 
Ceorne Will 20 do. 
C. A.^TrimbleSOdo. 
(Jhas.A.Notton20do. 
W. M'Donald 20 do. 
]1. M'Failand 20 do. 

A. Delerae 20 do. 
R. Anderson 20 do. 

B. Maltbrie 7 Aug. 

Second Lieutenants. 
Wm. Huston 20May,13 
A. Spencer 20 do. 
John Brown,jr 20 do. 
(Jlarkson Price 20 do. 
Jacob C. Leslie 20 do. 
Robt.Stockton 20 do. 
Jos. M'Lean 20 do. 
Collin M'Cloud 20 do. 
(leo. S. Eryan 1 June 

Third Lieutenants. 
Robert Nevill 20 May, 13 
James Abbott 20 do. 
J.Swearingen 20 do. 
JoUn Goode 20 do. 



S:affapps. 
Hy brevets. 



Aid to b. 
Cass. 



JWimes and rank. 



John C.Avery 20 Maj', 1 
John Mall 20 do-' 

J. G. Talbott 20 do. 
John Kl vain 20 do. 
W. M'Don- 

ald,jr. 1 June 

John Meldrum 7 Aug. 

Ensigns. 
CharlesCissna 20May,13 
John Noel 20 do.' 
Abijah Johns 20 do. 
Robert Young 20 do. 
Robert Smith 20 do. 
Wm. Watson 20 do. 
Wm. Catrige 20 do. 
Leonard Cole 7 Aug, 
Thos. Shanks 7 do. 

Surgeon. 

Siirgeon^s Mates. 
P. Sperrck, jr. 26 Apr. 13 



TWENTY-SEVENTH 
INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
George Paul! 29June,13 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Robt.Morrison29 June,13 

Majors. 
J. R. Munso'n 18 Mar. 13 
Thos. Rowland 29 June 

Captai?is. 
Hy. Northup 20 May,13 
Alex. Hill 20 do. 

Joseph Cairns 20 do. 
G. Saunderson 20 do. 
William Gill 20 do. 
John Spencer 20 do. 
Abslm. Martin 20 do. 
Jas. Applegate 20 do. 
Jas. A. Harper 20 do. 
I. Van Home, 
jr. 20 do. 

Fir.it Lieutenants. 
A. P. Pinney 20 May,13 



Staff apps. 
& brevets. 



i$ 



Tiveidy-eighih regiment Infanlnf. 



Alv/oc? ond rank. 


Staff apps. 
& brevets. 


JVames and rank. 


Staff app.f. 
& brevets. 


Sanil. Shannon 20 Muv,13 




T\\'ENTY-ETGHTH 




AV. AFai-ner 20 do.' 




INFANTRY. 




F.lias Gilman 20 do. 


Paymastei'. 


Colonel. 




Al)rii). Shane 20 do. 




T.DeyeO wings 11 Mar.13 




N. fii-ep^oi-y 20 do. 




lAeutenant Colnriel. 




E. Benedict 20 do. 




Antay. Rntlor 11 IMar.13 




Clias. L. Cass 20 do. 




.Majors. 




Sanil. Dreniian 20 do. 




\Vm. Trigg 11 Mar.13 
James Smiley lido. 




Second TJeuiennnis. 




Captains. 


^ 


.Tamos I^lau- 20 May, 13 




iJenjn.Mosehy 20May,l3 




J. Collins 20 do. 




Geo. Stockton 20 do." 




John Eagen 20 do. 




Henry C. Gist 20 do. 




San!l.Colen)an20do. 




John Lowrey 20 do. 




Jolin Carroll 20 do. 




(. Megowan 20 do. 




AvorvBnUles 20 do. 




N. H.'AFoore 20 do. 




John'Miftbfd 20 do. 




Henrv Daniel 20 do. 




T. C. Shields 20 do. 




lep. Dudley 20 do. 




Q. F. Atkins 7 Aug. 




T. L. Bniler 30June 




Third Lieutenants. 




First Lieutenants. 




Michl. Halm 20May,13 




.Toseph Ciark 20 Mav,13 




A. Bushnel 20 do. 




Jos. C. Bell 20 do." 




.lanu'S Nixon 20 do. 




David M'Nair 20 do. 




0. Granger 20 do. 




Hugh Innis 20 do. 




A. Stret'hers 20 do. 




Mat.H, Jouitt 20 do. 


Paymaster . 


A. Patterson 20 do. 




.las. Hick n\an 20 do. 




Philip Houtz 20 do. 




Ro1)t. Stockton 20 do. 




John Bootcn 20 do. 




.fohn Mason 20 do. 
Th. Edmonson 20 do. 
Reasin H. Gist 30 June 




Ensigns. 




Second lAeuteiiants. 




■T. G. Pigman 20May,13 




Chas. Lamed 20 May,13 




Jas. Shannon 20 do. 




David G .Cowan 20 do. 




John H.Simons 20do. 




Jas. F. Moore 20 do. 




William Hall 20 do. 




W.D. Havden 20 do.* 




N. L. Reeves 20 do. 




John C.Kouns 20do. 




John Willihy 20 do. 




Wm. Henry 20 do. 




Jno. Patterson 20 do. 




W. G)-eenup 20 do. 




N. M'Fadden 20 do. 




Wm. Stewart 20 do. 




Thos. Riddle 20 do. 




Richard Price 30 June 




J. J.Tullass 7 Aug. 




John Trumhs 30 do. 




Surgeon. 




Third Lieutenants. 




John Hamm 10 Apr. 13 




J.G.Reynolds 20 May,13 




Swgeon's Mates. 




J. Hedd"leston 20 do. " 




Ed. B. Jackson 28 Apr. 13 

1 




Thos. Griffith 20 do. 
Joseph Taylor 20 do. 
John Wvatt 20 do. 
Robert Clark 20 do. 







m 




Tiventij ninili and Thirtieth regiments Iiifanlnj, 


A'awies and rank\ 


Stafapps. 

& brevets. 


A'ames and rank. 




S'ajr apps. 

& brevets. 


Daniel Comiei- 20 Muj,13 




G. Dum'-leton 30 Apr. 13 




Jonas Jordan -0 do. 




■Varon Walters 30 do. 




Jas.Howerlon 20 do. 




Toel Peebles 30 di. 




C Harriston 30 June 




T. B. Stc- vart 30 do. 


Paymaster 


Ensigns. 




Tennis Hanson 30 do. 




Cli.L. Harrison 20 May,lS 




Secoii.d Lieutenants. 




John B. Ciark 20 do. 




B. A. Boynton 30 Apr. 13 


Adjutant. 


Jolin M'Nair 20 do. 




T5. A. Barrett .30 do. 




Peter Davis 20 do. 




T. Bro Vinson 30 do. 




W. P.S. Blair 20 do. 




Daniel Adams 30 do. 




Jos. Dawson 20 do. 




Thos.Dunham 30 do. 




"\V. N. Bryan 20 do. 




fl. V;;n Ant- 




O.W.Crockett 30 J line 




werp 30 do. 




Jonas Roads 30 do. 




Thos. Sutton 30 do. 




Daniel Brown 30xlo. 




J. Rosecranfi 30 do. 




Stirgeo7i. 




SylvanusMott 30 do. 




Surgeoti^s Mates. 




Third Lieutenants. 
S.B.Hickcock 30 Apr. 13 
AlK.M'Kniglit 30 do. 
S. D. Kellogg 30 do. 






TWENTY-NINTH Df- 




James Palmer 30 do. 




FANTUY. 




T. I.Wynkoop 30 do. 




Colonel. 




.Tohn Frasher 30 do. 




M. Smith 12 Apr. 13 




Danl.Smith,ir.30do. 




Lieutenant Colojie!. 




J. W.Edwards 30 do. 




C.D.Young 12Apr.l3 




Alton Nelson 30 do. 




Majors. 




P. R. Halstead 30 do. 




John E. Wool 13 Apr. 13 




Ensigns. 




Asa B. Sizer 13 do. 




Thos. Vail 30 Apr. 13 




Captains. 




S.Nevcomb 30 do. 




Chas. G.Jones 24 Mar. IS 




Th.Turnerjr. 30do. 




F. Y. Water- 




J.R.Townscnd 30 do. 




man 25 do. 




L.H. Mitchell 30 do. 




P. B. Van Ben- 




Walter Smith 30 do. 




ren 30 April 




John Sing 30 do. 




B. Schuyler 30 do. 




John Wy nkoop 30 do, 




M.D. Danvei-s 30 do. 




J.W.Lansing /Aug. 




Elam Lynds 30 da 








J. C.Rochester 30 do. 




Surgeon. 




Jas. B.Spencer 30 do. 




Martin Jennison 1 July,13 




T.Machin,jr. 30 do. 




Surgeon's Mates. 
R. G. Wftlmsey 1 July. 13 




First Lieutenajits. 








A. B. Conant 30 Apr. 13 










A.Spencer, jr.30 do. 




THIRTIETH INFAN- 




A. C. Spencer 30 do. 




TRY. 




Aaron Ward 30 do. 




ColoncL 




H. B.StebbinsSOdo. 




Ellas Fasset 2>. Feb.l3 


1 



w 



Thirty-Jirst regiment Infantry. 



JVames and rank. 


S:affapp,. 
& brevets. 


J\''ames and rank. 


Staf apps. 
& brevet.f. 


Lieutenant Colonel. 




Ensigns. 




Martin Norton '■I'd Feb. 13 




Hen. riendrix SOApr.lS 




JMnjovs. 




S. Hatheway SO »Io. 




Ilains French 23 Feb. 13 




A. B. Dake SOdo. 




John Baylev 23 do. 




J. R.PettiboneSOdo. 




Captains. 




R. R. Childs SOdo. 




S.Wi-ight .SO Apr. 13 1 


Danl.Griswold.30do. 




Salmon Clark 30 do. 




W. B. Ferris SO do. 




David S^ntoid ,30d'). 




Stephen Webb 30 do. 




Peabody Utiev 30 do. 




T. Matthews SOdo. 




John Wires 30 do. 








A. J. Brown 3() d«. 




Siirffeon. 




D. Farriiigton 30 do. 




P.S.Mason 29Jiine,13 




G. Spencer jr. 30 do. 




Surgeon's JMates. 




S. Dantbrth" 30 do. 




Wm. Paddock 29 Juue,13 




James Taylor 30 do. 




W. A. Need- 




First Liettt^na?its. 




ham 19 July 




Wm. Miller 30 Apr. 13 
S. Robinson 30 do. 










THUITY-FIRST IN- 




Wm. Harney 30 do. 




FANTRY. 




Wm. Myrick 30 do. 




Colonel. 




J. M. Young 30 do. 




Danl. Dana 23 Feb. 13 




G.W- Kendall SO do. 




Lieutena7it Colonel. 




Shev. Weeks SOdo. 




HuckensStorrs2S Feb. 13 




Israel Smith 30<lo. 


Paymaster. 


JSIajors. 




R. Salsbury SOdo. 




M. Ormsbee 23 Feb. 13 




G. Brownson 15 Aug. 








Second Lieutenants. 




Captains. 




J. H. Rurton 30 Apr. 13 


Adjutant. 


D. A. A. Buck 30 Apr.13 




Steph.Riiinsey SOdo. 




Asa Aikins 30 do. 




A. Bostwick " SOdo. 


Qr. roaster. 


L. E:j;erton SOdo. 




GideonMawlev SOdo. 




Ruftis Stewart SOdo. 




Th. Stephens' SOdo. 




N.Noble SOdo. 




Andw. Rublee SOdo. 




Ethan Burnap 30 do. 




AbelGibbs SOdo. 




Cyrus Johnson SOdo. 




Elisha Smith SOdo. 




Joseph Morril SOdo. 




Jas. Johnson SOdo. 




Silas Dickinson SOdo. 




M. L. Seldcn 15 Au^. 








Third Lieutenants. 




First Lieutenants. 




Benjn. Darby 30 A pr. 1 3 




C.L.RockwoodSOApr.lS 




Renjn Fasset SOdo. 




Andw. Arnold SOdo. 




Nai] Spalding SOdo. 




J. S. Bicknell 30<lo. 




R. B. Hyde 30 do. 




Prcsbu ry West 30 do. 




Phelps Smith SOdo. 




Wm. Bingham 30 do. 




Alnierin Smith 30 ilo. 




Levi Powers 30 do. 




Return Strong SOdo. 




Enos Walker 30 do. 




H. Wadams SOdo. 




D. C. Bryant SOdo. 




James Smith SOdo. 




John Menill 30 do. 




Th.Chittenden 15 Aug. 









48' 



Thirty-second regiment Infanlnj, 



JVames and rank. 



Staff apjn, 
iif brevets. 



Second Lieutenants. 
Levi Cox 30 Apr. 13 

A. W. Brown 30 flo. 
Ch.Livennore 30 do. 
Simon Brown 30 do. 
Asa Baker 30 do. 
Fifield Liiwrd 30 do. 
John Putnam 30 do. 
John Farwell 30 do. 
John Hatch 30 do. 

Third Lievienants 
LutherBugheeSO Apr. 13 

E. Emmons 30 do. 
Eleazer Davis 30 do. 
John Pratt, jr. 30 do. 
Jonathan Eddy 30 do. 
S. Wether- 
bee, jr. 30 do. 

John Atwood 30 do. 
Jonas Gates 30 do. 

F. Nickinson 30 do. 
James Adams 30 do. 

Ensigns. 
Harvey Gil man 30 Apr. IS 
Jeremiah York 30 do. 
S. M. Perkins 30 do. 
Asa Peabody 30 do. 
J. Y. Sawyer 30 do. 
S. Stevens, jr. 30 do. 
Isaac Briggs 30 do. 
J. Greenleaf 30 do. 
Aaron Matson 30 do. 

Surgeon. 
TruraanPowell 19 July,13 

Surs/eon^s Jilates. 
£. Littrefield 19 Juiy,13 



Adjutant. 
Qr. master 



THIRTY-SECOND IN 
FANTRY. 

Colonel. 
S. E. Fotterall 6 May,13 

LieiUejimit Colonel. 
S. B. Davis 6 May,l3 

jyiajors. 
Geo. H. Hutiter 6 Maj-,13 



Pavmaster. 



JVames and rank. 



Staff apps. 
\& brevets. 



Captains. 
G.F.Goodman 18 Mar. 13 
Wm. Smith 18;lo. 
Sam I. P.orilen 17 May 
Tiios. Town 17 do. 
Jno. Steele, jr. 17 do. 
J. Roliinsori 17 do. 
Jona. B. Smith 17 do. 
Horatio Davis 17 do. 



First Lieutenants. 
Robt. Patterson 5 Apr. 13 
Pr. P. Walter 17 do. 
Claudius F.Le 

Grand 17 do. 

RithardBache 17 do. 
MasklineClark 17 do. 
R.G.Rawlings 17 do. 
Jolm Suter 17 do. 



Second Lieutenants. 
John Wilson 17May,13 
Jas.M'Karaher 17 do. 
C. B. Hopkins 17 do. 
Joseph Baldwin 17 do. 
Wm. Crosic-r 17 do. 
A. Bonnaflbn 17 do. 
Th. F. Hargis 17 do. 
Clias. Kean 17 do. 



Third Lieutenants. 
De. E. Sweeny 17 May,13 
A. L. Gamble 17 do. 
H. M'Clelland 17 do. 
Geo.Dannaker 17 do. 
Thos.M'Elwe 17 do. 
Geo. K. Hall 17 do. 



Ensigns. 
John Stewart 17May,13 
Henry Wilson 17 do. 
G. W. Hunter 17 do. 



A.d.q.m.g. 
iVdjutant. 



Aid to b. g. 
Bloomfield 



Paymaster. 



49 



Thiriy-lhird and Thhiij-fouvth regimenls Infaniry. 



.YiUHCS and rank. 



Micli.E.lsvact 17May,13 
Henry failick 17 do. 
James Irvine 17 do. 
Jas. -M'llvaine 17do. 
G.F.lI.Crocketl7do. 



Surgeon. 

Siir^-enn''s JVlates. 
Frank. Raehe 17 May, i; 
Henry Hall 17 do. 



StaJ (ipp.1. 
cr dreTeis. 



THIRTY-THHID IN- 
FANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Isaac Lane 23 Feb. 1. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Jno. A.Harper 19 July, 1,3 

J\rajors 
Danl. Lane 23 Feb. 13 

Caplafns. 
Benjn Adams 30 Apr. 13 
Bcnjn. Dunn 30 do. 
Elias Foss 30 do. 
Xoah Haley ,jr. SO do. 
Francis Drew 30 do. 
R.K.Goodenow 30 do. 
Isaac Hodsdon 30 do. 
Chas.Lothrop 30 do. 
Th. Dinsmore 30 do. 
James Curry 30 do. 

First Lieutenants. 
Joel iSIillikin 30 Apr. 13 
G. Newbegjin 30 do. 
Josiah Moulton 30 do. 
Steph. Bean 30 do. 
Jere. Goodwin 30 do. 
Geo.'Scammon 30 do. 
Eben. Scavcv 30 do. 
Alx. M'Colley 30 do. 
James Weeks 30 do. 
Jos. Morrison 30 do. 

Second Lieutenants. 
D.M'Glaughliii 30 Apr. 13 
Isaac F. Snow 30 do. 
Henry Cole 30 do. 
Solmn Strout 30 do. 



Paymaster, 
\djutant. 



Qr, master. 



JVames and rank. 



Staff apps. 
Sj brevets. 



\lx. Worstcr .'.OAi.r.lS 
T.Biickniiiister3Od0. 
James Willey 30 do. 
Mija. M. Lane 30 do. 
Wni. Morris, jr. 30 do. 
S.Woodman,jr. 30 do. 

Third LienteJiants. 
Nich.Edsccomb 30 Apr. 13 
S. Hopkinson 30 do. 
\Vm. Cults .30 do. 
.Fosepli Bryant 30 do. 
B. Palmer, ir. .30 do. 
Hanson Hayes .30('o. 
lolm Dunn 30 do. 
Rufus K. Lane 30 do. 
.lona. Goadwln 30 do. 

Ennignx. 
James Warren 30 Apr. 13 
James Walker 30 do. 
Nathl.'Webster 30do. 
Tames Bunks .30 do. 
Geo. Dunbam SOtlo. 
J. B. Hartford 30 do. 
Joseph Snow 30 do. 
Samuel Powell 30 do. 
B. D. Gardner 30 tlo. 
William Marr 30 do. 

Surgeon. 
Perl. F. Groves 10 Apr. 13 

Surgeon^ s J\1ates. 
Ward Bassett 10 Apr. 13 
John P. Briggs 10 do. 



THIRTY-FOI RTH 
INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
J. D. Learned 23 Feb. 13 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Ebene. Smith 23 Feb. 13 

Majors. 
T. M. Vinson 23 Eeb. 13 

Captains 
Robt.Douglass 30 Apr. 13 
Sherm. Leiand 30 do. 
Rbt.R. Kendall 30 do. 
PeterCliad wick 30 do. 
Benj a. Poland 30 do. 



L 



50 



Thirty-fiflh regimenl Infantrij. 



JSTames and rank. 



Benjn. Bailey 30 Apr. 13 
Wm. Sweet 30 do. 
Isaac Carter 30 do. 
-Danl.Crossman 30 do. 
Jos. (3. Adams 30 do. 

First Lieutenants. 
John Merrill 30 Apr. 13 
Thomas Bailey 30 do. 
Wm. Stevens 30 do. 
John Lee 30 do. 

Jeremiah Edes 30 do. 
Ewd.Barneville30 do. 
Elihu Norton 30 do. 
Thos. Clark 30 do. 
Ben. Woodman 30 do. 
Nathl. Gookin 16 May 
Second Lieutejiants. 
N. S. Benton 30 Apr. 13 
W. A. Springer 30 do. 
Joseph Sumner 30 do. 
Wm. Nash 30 do. 
Nathl. Wilson 30 do. 
David Sherman 30 do. 
Wm. Nevers 3U do. 
S.Dearborn 30 do. 
Timothy Bacon 30 do. 
Calvin Crocker 30 do. 

Tliird JJeiiteriants. 
Otis Bobbins 30 Apr. 13 
RoyalD.Simons 30 do. 
Thos. John on 30 do. 
Robert Gibson 30 do. 
Moses Clough 30 do. 
Jos. M'Clure 30 do. 
Edwd. Springer 30 do. 
Isaac Townsend 30do. 
Supply B.Gookin 1 July 
Elavel Saliin 15 Aug. 

Knsig7is. 
Henry Taylor 30 Apr. 13 
Elias Morse 30 do. 
Oliver Blake 30 do. 
Sie[ih.Morrell 30 do. 
John Nash 30 do. 
D. Farnsnorth 30 do. 
Josiah Parliii 30 do. 
G. W.Thomas 30 do. 
Cotton Ward 1 Jidy 



Staf apps. 

& brevets. 




Paymaster. 
Qr. niaster. 



Adjutant, 



Surgeon. 
Jothani Forbes 30 Apr. 13 

Surereon's JMutes. 
r.harlesLoring 20 May,l3 
I'had. Hubbard 20 do.' 



Staff apps 
& brevets 



THIRTY-FIFTH IN- 
FANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Jos. Goodwyn 3 Mar. 13 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Robert Pegram 3 Mar. 13 

Majors. 
Aug. C.Smith 3 Mar. 13 
A.I. M'Connico 22 do. 

Captains. 
Danl. C. Butts 31 Mar. 13 
Saml. M'Guire 31 do. 
M. Taliaferro 31 do. 
John Thorp 31 do. 
B. Hardavifay 31 do. 
Benj. B. Jones 31 do. 
F. E. Walker 31 do. 
W. T. Cocke 31 do. 
Isaac T.Preston 31 do. 

First Lieutenants. 
John W. Stith 31 Mar. 13 
ChristH. Miller 31 do. 
Tames Belches 31 do. 
Th. J. Parker 31 do. 
Fran. H. Hooe 31 do. 
John G. Crump 31 do. 
Blair Boiling 31 do. 
Edw .L.Pegram 31 do. 
John Garland 31 do. 

Second lieutenants. 
L. Dan^erfield 31 Mar. 13 
Wm. Rivers 31 do. 
Henry Cook 31 do. 
Wm. Loyall 31 do. 
S. C. Williams 31 do. 
James Minor 31 do. 
David B. Stith 31 do. 
John B. Hall 31 do. 
Robt. Eskridge 31 do. 



51 



Thirlij-sixlh regiment lufanlnf. 



J\,''ames and rank. 



Staff (ipps. 
& bveveti. 



Third ].i(^utfnnn1s. 
Chns. R. Knse 31 Mai-.13 
Da\i<1 Shclton 31 do. 
(hs. Hatchings 31 do. 
Edwin Jones 31 do. 
Tlios. K. Bull 31 do. 
William Dunn 31 do. 
F. D. Cii;\rllon 31 do. 
R. Crockwcll 31 do. 
Winfield Jones 31 do. 



Eimgnn. 
Snmuel Kirby 31 Mar.l3 
Jno. riiompsiOnSl do. 
R. W. Scott 31 <lo. 
P. R. Ruiwcil 31 do. 
John Huson 31 do. 
RobtH. Conrad 31 do. 
Lawr. M. Gale 31 do. 



Siu'geon. 
"NVi-ight Tucker 19 July,13 

Surgeon's J\Iates. 
W. AV. Southall 20 July,lS 



Paymaster 



THIRTY-SIXTH IN 
FAMTRY. 

Culonel. 
Henry Carbeiy 22 Mar.lS 

JJeutenant Colo7iel. 
William Scott 25 Mai-.IS 

J\fajors. 
Ale.x. Stuart 25 lNfar.13 
Henry Lee, jr. 8 Apr. 

Captains. 
Joseph Hook 30 Apr. 1 3 
Henry C. Neale 30 do. 
Jos. S. Nelson 30 do. 
C. C. Randolph 30 do. 
Thos. Carbery 30 do. 
Samuel Rasin 30 do. 
J.J.Merrick 30 do. 
Mort. U.Hall 30 do. 
H. W^ Deneale30do. 
Thos. Corcoran 30 do. 



JVamcs and rank. 



Staff apps. 
& brevet.'}. 



First Lieutenants. 
Wm.C.Hobbs 30 Apr. 1.3 
James Neale 30 do. 
John Ricaud 30 do. Paymaster. 

James Ord 30 do. 
Fran. J. Neale 30 do. Qr. master. 

JohnCliauncev 30 do. 
Wm. N. Earle 15 Aug 



Second lAeiitenanis. 

Jas. H. Ballard 30 Apr. 13 Adjutant. 

Wm.L. Rogers 30do. 

Richd.K.WHtts.'Wdo. 

Clement Sewell 30 do. 

Chas. Queen 30 do. 

VV. Hind- 
man, jr. 15 Aug. 

Wm. Merrick 15 do. 

VVm. A. Rind 15 do. 



T/iird Lieutenants. 
George Slye 30 Apr. 13 
Wright Hall 30 do. 
HenryRedman 30 do. 
F. J.Wheeler 30 do. 
,L M. Rurgess 30 do. 
Philip Fisher 15 Aug 
John Clark. 15 do. 
Edwd. Scott 15 do. 



Ensigns. 
Julius Germane 30 Api-. 13 
Edwd.Hopkins 30 do. 
Richd. H. Lee 30 do. 
W. T. S. Beall 30 do. 
Wm. Gallop 30 do. 
Geo. Johnson 30 do. 
John Mansfield 30 do. 



Surgeon. 
Thos. P. Hall 10July,13 

Surgeon's Mates. 
John H. Beall 3lJuly,13 



b2 



Thir'ni-seventh and TMrty-eiglith regiments Infanivy. 



JVames and rank. 



THIRT\-SEM:NTIi 
INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 

Lientenant Colonel 

A.Benjaii.iu 11 Mar. 1;: 
JWaj'jr.^. 

Roswell Li'e 3 Mar.13 

Sanil. Hoadlcy 11 do. 
Captahis. 

Elizur Warner 30 Apr. 15 

<"hr;'t. Ilij.lev 30 do. 

Cliauiicy. Ives 30 do. 

S. B. Northrop 30 do. 

Riley Sweet 30 do. 

No;ili T. Ferry 30 do. 

D. Waterbiiry 30 do. 

Stepli.D.Ti'deiiSOdo. 

S. B.Dickinson 30 do. 

Guy Gaylord 31 May 
First Lieutenants. 

John Brown 30 Apr. 13 

H.W.Hunting- 
ton 30 do. 

David C.Welsh 30 do. 

Wni. Morgan 30 do. 

Step. Dm HI m er 30 do. 

Eliplia. Ripley 30 do. 

DemasDeming 30 do. 

Chaun. Hosford 50 do. 

David Gibbs 30 do. 

Solomon Dewy 31 May 
Second Lieuteiiants. 

Henrv Starr 30 Apr. 13 

Danl.'Bicknell 30 do. 

Eldad Ruggles 30 do. 

Jas. L. Ray nolds 30 do. 

Eli Bradley 30 do. 

David Tracev 30 do. 

W. Wakenian 30 do. 

Nathan Clark 19 May 



Third Lieutenants. 
Samuel Keeler 30 Apr. 13 
Ralph Steel 30 do, 
Thos. Weller 30 do. 
J. R. Warren 30 do. 
p, H, Parmele 30 do. 



Stoff apps. 
£if brevets. 



x^djutant. 
Paynriaster 



JVames and rank. 



Sanrd. Robinson 30 Apr. 13 
\nd W.Andrews 30 do. 
[rad Storrs 30 do. 
Jno.l'lielps, jr. 3 June 

Knsigns. 
Saml. Keeler, jr. 30 Apr. IS 
Oren Hatch 30 do. 
Lyman Mallory 30 do. 
Henry Lord 30 do. 
Thomas Hewit30do. 
John Fellows 30 do. 
Wm. Kellogg 30 do. 
Ebeneze Fisk 3 June 
Jas. Smith, jr. 22 do. 

SiirgeoJi. 
Elijah Butts 20May,13 

Sttrgeoii's JMates. 
Asahel Hall 19 Sept. 13 



THIRTY-EIGHTH IN- 
FANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Peter Little 19 May,13 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Wm. Steuart l9May,13 

JMajors. 
LeonardFrailey 19 May,13 
Geo. Keyser 19 do. 

Captains. 
James H. Hook 20 May,13 
James Haslett 20 do. 
Isaac Aldridge 20 do. 
JobnRothrock 20 do. 
John Brookes 20 do. 
John Buck 20 do. 
A.Miltenberger 20 do. 
Henrv O'Neal 20 do. 
Ch. Stansbury 20 do. 
jS.C. Leaken 20 do. 
Fi7'st Lieute?mnts. 
John Mowton 20 MayjlS 
iJames Smith 20 do. 
IWilliam Ford 20 do. 
Henry S. Geyer 20 do, 
G. S. Eichelber- 
I ger 20 do. 



Sfajr apps 
& brevets. 



Adjutant. 



Qr. master 



^s 



Thii'hj-nhiih regiment Infaninj. 



JVames and rimk. 


S..ff apps. 

^ brevets. 


J\tames and rank. 


Stof app.-, 
& brevets. 


Wm.l{.n\vinn'2(>Mav,13 


Paymastei-. 


J Jeii tenant Colo:el. 




William Hall '20 do. 




Th, H.Benton 18Jaiie,13 




JosliuaMt(ltai-tl5 Aug. 




Majors. 
Lem. P. Montgo- 

mcrv 29 July, 13 




Second Lieiiimants. 




Wm. Peacock 29 do. 




James Holmes 20 Mav,1.3 




Captains. 




R.B. Sweeting 20 do.' 




John Pha8;an 29 July, 13 




Jercm. Green 20 do. 




Wm. Walker 29 do." 




J.M.Barrett 20 do. 




Be;:j. Revnolds 29 do. 




Wm. .loiies 20do. 




Geo. Halliim 29 do. 




Jas. S. Griffin 20 do. 




i '\m B. Loiis; 29 do. 




Geo. Fletcher 20 do. 




A. H.Douglass 29 do. 




John Sticher 20 do. 




Hen. Henniger 29 do. 




Wm. H. Bates 15 Aug. 




John Jones 29 do. 
.Tames Davis 29 do. 




Third Lieutenants. 




Thos. atuart 29 do. 




D. \V. Duncan 20 May,lo 




Firs! Liexitenants. 




Peter Kejser 20 do. 




Willie Martin 29 July, 13 




Saml. Barkley 20 do. 




James Gra ■ 29 do. 




Wm. Harwood 2( 1 do. 




Rbt.M. Somer- 




HynsonC rabbin 20 do. 




ville 29 do. 




F.AV. Hoffman 20 do. 




Benjn. V right 29 do. 




Henry Huber 20 do. 




D. Lauderdale 29 do. 




Benj.'P. Head 15 Aug. 




James Sharp 29 do. 




Geo. W. Lee 15 do. 




Samuel Wilson 29 do. 
Jas. M 'Donald 29 do. 




Ensiff7is. 




Nath. Smith 29 do. 




Ca'sa. Watkins20 May,13 




Joel Denton 29 do. 




John Savery 20 do. 




Second Lientcnants. 




Kiel). M. Sands 20 do. 




B. M. Patterson 29 July, 13 




Wm. Camp, jr. 20 do. 




M. C. Molton 29 do. 




Jno. B. Maitin 20 do. 




James Leith 29 do. 




John Spicknall 20 do. 




AshlayStanfield29do. 




W. H. Addison 20 do. 




Jesse C.Tate 29 do. 
Jos. R.Hendcr- 

sori 29 do. 
Guy Smith 29 do. 
David M'Millen 29 do. 




Surgeon. 








Tobias Watki m s 20 May, 1 3 








SurgeoiCs J\Tates. 




Third Lieutenants. 
Jos. S. Jackson 29 July, 13 
Ellis Thomas 29 do. 
Benjn. Duncan 29 do. 
M. W. M'Clel- 








THIRTY-NINTH IN- 






FANTRY. 




lan 29 do. 




Colonel. 




Isaac Pangle 29 do. 




Jpjjn Williams 18June,13 




Simpson Payne 29 do. 





54 



Forlicth regiment Infantry. 



J^cwtes and 7\tnk. 



J..M. Armstroiig29 Jiily,!."^ 
Hand. Quarles !29 do. 



Saml. Houston '29 July, 13 
T. C.Hiiidtnan 29 do." 
.Joel Parrish 29 do. 
Ai^drew Greer 29 do. 
Jacob K. Snap 29 do. 



iS7(J,f (ipps 
& brevets. 



A'^ames and 7-a7ik: 



John M'Henrv 29Jiily,l.3 
Tliomas EMsten29 do. 
.1. H. And(.rsou29do. 



Surgeon. 

Surgeon's JMtites. 
JoIhiH. Road 2 July, 13 



Staff apps. 
tjj brevets. 



The following five regiments are authorised by the act of tlie 5th July, 1813, 
to serve durins;- tlie war. 



\''ames and rank. 



FORTIKTH INFAN 
TRY. 

Colonel. 
J®s. Loring, jr. ,'U ,Tuly, 13 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Jolin Breck 19 July, 13 

JMajors. 
Perlev Putnam 19 July,13 
Hon. C. Brown 19 do. 

Captains. 
J. B. Varnum 19 JmIv,13 
Setk V/. Nye 19 do.' 
.Tames Perry 29 do. 
Leonard Ross I Aug. 
M. N. Sandborn 1 do. 
Robt. Neale, Jr. 1 do. 
John Leonard G do. 
John Bailey 1 Sep. 
Elisha Field 1 do. 
JohnFillebrown 1 do. 

First Lientenavts. 
Robt. Carter 29 July, 13 
Hani. P. Brown 1 Aug. 
Chas. Uurant 1 Sep. 
.T. Orne Bowden 1 do. 
Joseph M'Comb 1 do. 
jSam. Hodges, jr. 1 do. 



St ff apps. 
& brevets. 



JVames and rank. 



Second Lientenants. 
Tames Harris 1 Sep. 13 
Saml. C. Pope 1 do. 
John Spaltei- 1 do. 
Elias Goodspced 1 do. 
R. H. Blanchard I do. 



TIdrd Lieutenants. 
Jolin Parrott 29 July,13 
Saml. H. Russell 1 Sept. 
Enoch Manning 1 do. 
Andrew Lewis 1 do. 
Moses Aldrich 1 do. 



Ensigns. 
Jas. Perry, jr. 29 July, 13 
Nich. B.Proctoi- 1 Sept, 
PerczAlexander 1 do. 



Staff apps. 

cjj brevets. 





55 




Fovhj-first and Forly-second regiments lufanlrij. 


J\''ames and rank- 


Staff afjps. 
£<f brevets. 


J\i'ames and raiih. 


Staff apps 
& brevets. 


Isaac Carpenter 1 Sip. 13 




Danl. Wisliart 30Sei.t.l3 
Wra. Seaman 30 do. 
John Tabalee .30 do. 
Geo. Hamilton 30 do. 
Jno. H. Sims 30 do. 
Henry Brown 30 do. 




Surg-eon. 




Luther Hand 30 do. 








Third Lieutenants. 




Surgeoii's JMatcs. 




Sol. Sutherland 1 Aug. 13 




FORTY-FIRST IN- 








FANTRY. 








Colonel. 








Rbt. Bogardus '2'JJuh-,13 








Lieutenant Colonel. 








J.W.Uvingston '29 July,13 








JMiijors. 




F.7isigns. 




Darb)- Noon 1 Aug. 13 




George West 6 Ai.;g. 13 




Jas. U. Wallace 1 do. 




JeremiahSmith 30 Sept. 




Ca[)tains. 




John Webb, jr. 30 do. 




Gilbert Seaman 1 Aug. 13 




LawreiiceUigail 30 do. 




Alex. Hamilton 1 do. 




Wm. Hammet 30 do. 




Alplis. Sherman 1 do. 




Isaac Miller 30 do. 




Saml.B.Roniaine 1 do. 




Asher Codes 30 do. 




Saml. Ben-ian 1 do. 




Geo. Maxwell 30 do. 




Jas. Campbell 1 do. 




Jno. C. Hart 30 do. 




Wm.S.Radcliff 3 do. 








Chs. Humphrey ~ do. 




Surgeon. 




Jno. B. Scolt 30 Sept. 




Jolin Nielson 30Sept.l3 




Francis Allyn 30 do. 




Surgeon's jyiates. 




First Lientenanl.':. 




Fayette Cooper 30Sept.l3 




Thomas Barker 1 Aug. 13 




Hem-) White 30 do. 




MaiigleM.Quack- 












ewbos 1 do. 




FORTY-SECOND IN- 




John IngersoU 7 do. 




FANTRY. 




James ^Sl'Cullen 7 do. 




Colonel. 




Wm. Loudon 9 do. 




"Wm. N. Irvine 4 Aug. 13 




John L. Clark 30 Sep. 




Lieutenant Colonel. 




J. L. Bogardus 30 do. 




Jas. G. Forbes 1 Aug. 13 




John INI. Sclier- 




JVlajors. 




merliorn 30 do. 




Tunis Riker 1 Aug. 15 

Captains. 




Second Lientcvanis. 




Thos. Stockton '20 Sept.l3 




Jud. Hammond 30 Sept. 13 




Geo.W.Barker 10 Jan. 




T.K.Beekman3Qdo. 




E. S. Muudeu- 




Alc.\. Clinton 30 do. 




hall 1 Aug. 





56 



Forty-third regiment IiifantnJ, 



J^Tames and rank. 


Staff apps. 
& brevets. 


JK'ames and raiik. 


Staff app.^: 

& brevels. 


Wm. G. Oliver 1 do. 




FORTY-THIRD IN- 




Thos. Hanson 4 flo. 




FANTRY. 




Ediii.B. Duvall 4 do. 




Colonel. 




John .Tiinkin 7 do. 




Nicholas Long 4 Aug. 13 




Armstroni^Irvine 1 Oct. 




Lieutenant Colonel 




John Biddle 1 do. 




Dune. L. Clinch 4 Aug. 13 

JMajors. 




First Lieutenants. 




Jas. Campbell 1 Aug. 13 




Josiah S. Cai-ty 3 Aug. 13 




Thomas 13. King 4 do. 




James Laken 3 <!o. 




Captains. 




Thos. Traqu air 4 do. 




Jno.J. Goodwyn 1 Aug. 13 
Theo. L. Gurdin 1 do. 








G. H. Manigault 1 do. 


Aid to b. s 






Joel E. Grace 1 do. 


Izard. ' 






Edw.F. TatmalUdo. 








Thomas Hyde 4 do. 








Henry Garrett 4 do. 








Robl. ] />\e, jr. 4 do. 








George Dabney 4 do. 




Second Lmiienanls. 








kobt. Shaw, jr. 1 Ang. 13 




First Lieutenants. 




Joseph Ha'l 1 do. 




Abner H. Hicks 1 Aug. 13 




P. Mendenhall 4 do. 




Saml. A. Taylor 1 do. 




Ilowerton Cross 7 do. 




VV. Edmondson 1 do. 




Ale.x. TroUcr 9 Sep. 




Saral. Farrow, jr. 1 do. 
Charles Cantey 3 do. 
Jno. Small wootl 4 do. 
M. T. Alexander 4 do. 
James Smith 4 do. 
Geo. R. Gil man 4 do. 
Wm. W. Holt 4 do. 
Second Lieutenants. 




Third Lieutenants. 




Robert Stark 1 Aug. 13 




J. B. Welhenson 1 Aug. 13 




Joshua Irby 1 do. 




Daniel Saint 3 do. 




Robt. H. Briggs 1 do. 




Fredk. Lazarus 2.5 Sept. 




W. Timberlake 4 do. 




Martin Grant 25 do. 




Edward Hare 4 do. 




J. Armstrong 30 do. 




.John M. Neel 4 do. 
Rbt. L. Coombs 4 do. 
Archd. Bigby 4 do. 
James Moss 4 do. 








R.Campbell,jr. IGOct. 


Aid to b. g 






Third Lieutenants. 


Williams. 






William Miles 1 Aug. 13 




Surgeon. 




Marshall Ayres 1 do. 
Holomon Battle 4 do. 




Surgeon's J^tates. 




Wm. H.Norman 4 do. 


• 


v'as. M. Kelly 1 Aug. 13 




Wm. Welsh 4 do. 
Eiisha Gates 4 do. 





S7 



Fortif-foiirih regiment L'fantnjt and Bangers. 



A ames and rank. 



Levin V. Greer 4 Aus-.l;? 



Knsig-ns. 
Jas. B. Moore 1 Aug 
Intin Vercn .3 do. 
Daniel Wall 3 do. 
lolin H. Lawson 4 do. 
Tosepli Oliver 4 do. 
Lar. L. Baldwin 4ilo. 
VV. H. Fairchil<I4do. 



Surgeon. 
Surgeon s JTates. 



A3 



FORTY-FOURTH IN- 
FANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Geo. T. Ross 1 Aug. IS 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Rene Tnidcan 1 Aug. 13 

jyTajors. 
Henri' D. Piere 1 Aug. 13 
Waters Clark 1 do. 

Captains. 
Isaac L. Baker 5 Apr. 13 
Wm. O. Butler 5 do. 



First Lientenants. 
Nftthanl. Pryor 30 Aug. 13 



Staff apps. 
& brevets. 



JVames and rank. 



Second Lieutenants. 
V^u•. B. Billings 9 Aug.l; 



Third Lieutenant.^. 



Ensigns. 



Surgeo7i. 

Squire Lea 1 Aug. 13 

Sursreofi's Jifates. 



RANGERS. 

Captains. 
Wm. Dunn 12 Apr. 13 
Piere Andre 1'2 do. 
James Bigger 30 do. 
Fredk. Shoults 20 May 
Andw. Ramsey 10 July 



Staff apps. 
& brevets. 



m 



U. S. Volunteers from Maine and Xew Hampshire. 



Mimes and rank. 



David Mii^ick 19J<.ly,13 
Danl. M.Boone 19 do. 
Jas. T?. Moot-e 1 Aug;. 
W. B. Whiteside 1 do. '^ 
.Tatob Siioit 1 do. 
Jas. Mnuary.sen.S do. 
Sam.M'Comiick7 do. 

-First Liei(te7umts. 
Henry Brinton 12 Apr. 13 
Hyacin. Lassell 12 do. 
John Can- 30 do. 

Jas. Morrison 19 July 
P. K. Robbins 19 do. 
Wm. Massey 19 do. 
Jos.. Borough 1 Aug. 
Da\id Knbit)Son 1 do. 
Nathl. Journey 1 do. 
John Hopkins .*; do. 
James Flinn 1 Oct. 

Second Lieutenants. 
Henry Ristine 12 Apr. 13 
Homer Johnson 12 do. 
James Cun-ay 30 do. 
SylvesterPattie 19 July 
JaraesCallowayl9 do. 
Petor Craig 19 do. 
Saml. Gilliam 1 Aug. 
Arthur Morgan 1 do. 
Andw. Bankston 1 do. 
Brattn.CrawfordS do. 
John Knox 1 Oct. 

Third Lieutenants. 
David HlUis 12 Apr. 13 
Jno.Hadden, jr. 12 do. 
W.P.Meredith 30 do. 
W^m. M'Henry 1 Aug. 
Stephn. Rector 1 do. 
Wm. Boon 1 do. 

Davit! Steal 5 do. 

Wm. G. Sems I Oct. 



Ensigns. 
GreenB. Fields 12 Apr. 13 
David L.Gregg 12 do. 



Stuff apps. 
& I'Vevets. 



J\'ames and rank. 



Jno. Owens, jr. 30 Apr. 13 
David Bailev 19 July 
John M'Nair 19 do. 
DrakefoidGray 19 do. 
John Journey 1 Aug 
Aar. Armstrong 1 do. 
F.ben. F. Seaman 5 do. 
Wm. Patterson 1 Oct. 



Surgeons. 
Surgeon^ s J^ates. 



U. S. VOLUNTEERS. 

From .Maine and JVetv- 

Hampshire. 

Colonel. 

Denny M'Cobb 23 Dec. 12 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Aquila Davis 13 Jan. 13 

Majors. 



Captains. 
Elijah Hall 1 Oct. 12 

Benj. Bradford 18 Nov. 
Josh. Danf'orth 20 do. 
Daniel Holden 15 Dec. 
NatlianStanlev 15 do. 
Smith Eikins' 1 Jan. 13 
JosephFlanders 24 do. 



First Lieutenants. 
Th. B.Sylvester 1 Nov. 12 
Jon.Rutterfield 18 do. 
Danl. M. Gregg 18do. 
David Doaiie 20 do. 
A.P.Cochran 2 Dec. 
Heniy Snow 15 do, 
Daniel Georsre 12 Jan. 13 



Staff apps. 
& brevets 



Adjutant. 



59 



United Stalea^ Volunteers from JV*ew Fork, 2d regiment. 



Mimes and rank. 



Second Lieutenants. 
Benj. White, jr. 1 Oct. 12 
Jos.,.hLow 18 Nov. 
Marshall Baker 2 Dec. 
Da\ id Denison 2 do. 
Daniel Patch 15 do. 
Dai lii'l Page l.Sdo. 
Saiiil. Sylvester iJaii. 13 
James Bean 12 do. 



EnsigJis. 
Jolm Neai, jr. 1 Oct. 12 
Wm. Kendall 16 Nov 
William Ree' 16 do. 
Jonas G. Brooks 1 Dec. 
Joseph Berry I Jan. 13 
Enoch Page 24 do. 
Parker Chase 26 Mar 



Surgeon. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
John Trivett 1 Mar. 13 
James Bates 12 do. 



Qr. mastei 



U. S. VOLUNTEERS 
From JV*. York. — 2d regt. 

Colonel. 
Saml. Hawkins 15 Feb. 13 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Gilbt. Ketcham 15 Feb. 13 

Jlfajor. 
W.S.Talbnadge 15 Feb. 13 

Captains. 
Edmd.G.Perlee 5 Nov. 12 
J.D.WadsworthSdo. 
Thomas Bru\ n 5 da 
John S. Suffern 5 do. 
David Crawford 5 do. 



St!{f af>ps 
& brevets. 



jYames and rank. 



Staff apps. 
& brevets. 



John M'Camley 5 Nov. 12 
Tohn Miller 1 Dec. 

Tos(i>hl)elafie1d29do. 
G;ibl. Y. Denton 21 Jan. 13 
Kobt.Gourla) ,jr. 1 Feb. 



First Lieutenants. 
S;inford Allyn 5 Nov. 12 
Moses Burnet 5 do. 
Richard Eldr* d 5 do. 
Z. Scboonmake.- 9 Dec. 
J. A. Rapalje 21 do. 
Jol. Wrisht 21 do. 
Joseph De la 

Montanya 1 Jan. 13 
R. W. Nelson 16 do. 
James Darrow 1 Feb. 
E.B. Baldwin 9 do. 
J. L. Bleecker 10 do. 
Aw.D. Willson 16 Apr. 

Second Lie' tenants 
John Bailey 5 Nov. 12 
P!att Ketcham ITdo. 
Jacob Montross25 Dec. 
G. S. Caldwell 4 Jan. 13 
John Peters 10 do. 
Morris Janson 11 do. 
F'.pens. Wheelar 1 Feb. 
Geo. S. Allison 10 do. 
fesse Barlow 16 do. 
John Wilson 16 Apr. 



Third Lieutenants. 
James Archer 1 July, 13 



Paymastei'. 
Qr. master. 



Adjutant 



60 

U. S. Volunteers from JV. Fork 5d regl. and Uichmond. 



JVames and rank. 



Ensigns. 



Snrgeoji. 
Steph. Rapatje 14 Nov. 12 

Surg''oji's mates. 
Josiah Torrey 30 Dec. 12 



St.f.pps 

•"■.V 'rei'ets. 



U. S. VOLUNTEERS. 

From JV*. York. — 3d regt 
Colo?iel. 

Lieutenant colonel. 

Ale.x. Denniston 1 Feb. 13 

JMajors. 



Captains. 
Gou\T. S. Biljbv 8 Dec. 12 
ChnstianHartell28 do. 
Geo. K. M'Kay 9 Jan. 13 
CharlesHugfhes 16 do. 
Jonan. Gidney 18 do. 
John Hatfield 23 do. 
BenjaminWood 30 do. 
Ths.Shearwood 31 do. 
Isaac Little 1 Feb. 



First TJetUenants. 
Thomas Earle 20 Aug. 12 
TliomasT1arling31 Dec. 
William Perron 1 Jan. 13 
Edwin Baldwin 2 do. 
Stephen Baxter 9 do. 
James Kerr 25 do. 
William Walsh 28 do. 
Robert P. Ross 31 do. 
Ephraim Clark 1 Mar 



Paymaster. 



JVames and rank. 



Second lAeutenants. 
Ebenezer Cole 2.S Dec. 12 
P('ter Holmes 1 Jan. 13 
Allen Reynolds 20 do. 
Isaac Percv 2.t do. 
Erns. H. Weed 28 do. 
Caleb Crane 30 do. 
MatthewI\Coe31do 
Chas. T.Butler 1 Mar 



Third Jjientenants. 
William Buttre 1 Feb. 13 
Daniel L. Scott 28 do. 
N. G. Carmer 15 Aug. 



Staff apps 
& brevets. 



Adjutant. 



Ensigns. 



Surgeoji. 
Robt.C. Hunter 31 Jan. 13 

Stageon's mates. 
Elias C. Badeau 9 Feb. 13 



U.S. VOLUNTEERS. 

From Richmond, Va. 

Colonel. 

Richd. Booker 1 Dec. 12 

First Lieutenant. 
John W. Ellis 1 Dec. 12 

Second Lieutenant. 
B. Hazelgrove 1 Dec. 12 

Ensign. 
Robert Kenpedy 1 Dec. 12| 



6± 



U. S. Vol unleers from the tJ^Iississippi Tcr. & Louisiuna, 



JWimes and rank. 



U. S.VOLT NTERUS. 

From the Jifississippi lev 

ritory. 

Briscadier General. 

F. L. Claiborne 1 Mar. 13 

Commanding the two following 
regiments. 

Colonel 
Joseph Carson 30 Apr. 1. 

Majtr. 
Daniel Beuslev 15 Feb 13 

Captains. 
Pliiiip A.Engle 9 Jan. 13 
Arcbiians\Vellsl5 do. 
Ranrlnll Jones 27 do. 
Williiu.i Jack 28 do. 
Wm. C. Mead 29 do. 
Benjamin Dent 31 do. 
Hat'n.Mi.ldletonSl do. 
Abrm. M.Scott .lido. 
James Foster 31 do. 
L. V. Foelckil 1 Feb. 
C. fi. Johnson 1 Mar, 
Hans Morrison 8 do. 

First Lieutenants. 
James Baily 12 Oct. 12 
Richn. Bowman 18 Dec. 
A. L. Osborn 15 Jan. 13 
Wm. Morgan 15 do. 
J. D. RodL'ers 20 do. 
W. R. Deioach I Feb. 
Theron Kellogg 6 do. 
A. Montgomery 9 do. 
John Camp 10 do. 
Alex. Calvit 24 do. 
Joiin Allen 25 do. 
Robert Layson 4 Mar. 
Benj.F. Salvage 12 do. 

Second Lieutenants. 
Kean Caldwell 12 Oct. 12 
Ch rles Moore 1 Dec. 
Charles Baron 15 Jan. 13 
S. M. Osborn 8 Feb. 
N. Lockridge 5 Mar. 
R. < '. Anderson 6 do. 
Geo.Dongherty 15 do. 
Robert Swan 15 do. 
(Jamos Luckett 15 do 



Staff apps. 

& hrevets 



Adjutant. 



Aid to the 
general. 

Qr. master. 




Geo. H. Gibbs 15 Mar.l3 
Filbert Burton 15 do. 
D. M.Calliham 15 do. 

F.nd^ns. 
Stephen Ma\s 28 Feb. 13 
Y. R. M'Donald 6 Mar. 
B^iijn.Blanlon 6 do. 
Be'.jn. Stowell 6 do. 
William S.Britt 12 do. 
Isaac W.Davis 15 do. 
Tiobcrl Davis 23 May 
Charles West 12 Aug. 
Sauiuel Guest 15 do. 
Ricliard Smith 15 do. 



Siirgeo7i. 

Surs^eon's mates. 
William R.Cox 17 Feb. 13 



U. S. VOLUNTEERS. 

From Louisiana. 
Colonel. 

Lieutenant colonel. 

JMajor. 
William Henry 30 Apr. 13 

Captains. 
P. A. Rivery 20 Nov. 12 
John Mowrv 24 do. 
v.. Peycliaud 16 Dee. 
E. de Mirepoix 19 do. 
Ferd. Amelung 28 do. 
L. de Marans 13 Jan. 13 
Abram. Miller 



First Lieutenants. 
Hugh Davis 22 Oct. 12 
George Russel 25 Nov. 
VocI G. Dupuy 27 do. 
Joseph Bige 28 Dec. ' 
J. P. Thc'ba^!t28do. i 



Staff appF. 

& brevets. 



C2 
Sea Fendhles. 



JVames and rank. 



Francis Hewit 25 J;m. 13 
Eenjn. Bi idges 15 Aug. 



Second Lieutenants. 
D. Hutcliings 5 Dec. 1- 
Afliian F. Duval 9 Jan. 1.3 
Jolin Koen 15 Aug. 
Jas.M' Arthur 1:5 do. 
JoJiM Files 15 do. 

W.R.Chamblesl5do. 
T. C. Vaughn 15 do. 



Third Lieutenants. 



F.nsigns. 
Curtis Lewis 5 Dec. 12 
Patk. M'CIaskv 6 Feb. 13 
Robert Steele 15 Aug. 
Lewis W.Brant 15 do. 
John Booth 15 do. 



Surgeon. 

Peter Lambert26 Dec. 12 

Surgeoris mates. 



Stuff ujips. 
& brevets. 



JVames and rank. 



SEA FENCIBLES 
' (iptaine. 
Thos.M.NewcIll Aug.l3 
John Nicholson 1 do. 
Lemuel Mii>rris 4 do. 
John Du Rose 4 do. 
Fredk. Brooks 7 do. 



First Lieutenarits. 
\brahamXicoIs 1 Aug. 13 
Jas. J. Ciimmiiig 1 do. 
JobnJ.Conturier 4 do. 
Richard Baynor 7 do. 



Second Lieutenants 
Ferd. A. O'Neal 1 Aug.l3 
William Lvtie 1 do. 
ByrdB. Mitchel7do. 



Third Lieutenants. 
Henrv B. Jones 1 Aug. 13 
John Hard wick 4 do. 
John Boner 7 do. 



Staff apps. 
& brevets. 



65 

jniilitary academy, 

WEST POINT, N. Y. 



ACADEMICAL STAFF. 

Senior officer of engineers Superintendent of military academy, 

Jared Mansfield Professornatural&exper. philosophy, 

Andrew Ellicott Professor of mathemalics, 

Aldcn Partridjre (capt. of Engineers) Professor of the art of engineering. 

Florimond de Masson Teicher of the French language. 

Christian E. Zoeller Teacher of drawing. 

Samuel A. Walsh Surgeon. 

Adam Empie Chaplain. 



James Spencer 
John Wrisiht 
Henry W". Fitzhugh 
George W. Gardiner 
Charles S. Merch:int 
Nathaniel G. Dana 
John Monroe 
Isaac A. Adams 
John S. Ailansou 
George Kmmerson 
Thomas S. Suggett 
Milton Partridge 
Thomas Childs 
John Alexander Webber 
George W. Ga dner 
Lewis G. De Russey 
H nry H. Loring 
Samuel Waldo Wetraore 
Stanley G. Morgan 
Jackman I. Davis 
Wilson C. A. Ai mistead 
Samuel M ckenzie 
John Mackenzie 
William H. Swift 
William B. G. Taylor 
Robrrt C. Brent 
Benjamin Bonneville 
Roliert L. Armstrong 
James K. Armsti'ong 
Tlios. Jef Gardner 
Cromwell Fowie 
Thomas Broom 
James P. Baddollet 



CADETS. 

Bradley S. A. Lowe 
James Ripley 
R. I. S. ott 
Natlianiel H. Loring 
Gerrit B. Staats 
Cornelius Ogden 
William Wells 
Isaac E. Craig 
Evans Humphrey 
Hilarv Bi'unot 
Wolvert E. Williams 
W^illiam L. M'Langhlin 
Samuel Cooper, jr. 
Henr\ Smith 
Nicholas Gray, jr. 
William Rigal 
Stephen Birdsall 
Charles M. Thruston 
Edmond Brooke, jr. 
William Graham 
William Booth 
Alexander B. Smoot 
William W". M'Intire 
George W. Swift 
Thomas W. Lendrum 
Stephen Herberger 
Michael F. Van Deventer 
Tliomas P. Gwynn 
James D. Graham 
Thomas J. Baird 
John B. Diiffie 
Ell win B. Newton 
Allen Jackson 



George D. Brewerton 
Henr\ Brewerton 
Tbo II s J. Leslie 
J'mes Word 
Ward Marston 
George IJIany 
Thomas Denny 
Alexander F. Cockran 
Joseph Smoot 
Thomas T. Stephenson 
Jwsper Stront^ 
George A . Washington 
Henry R. Dnlany 
\lonzo Brewer 
W lliam H. \"anderburgh 
WlliamW. A. Dulany 
Joliii Roe Sloo 
David Turner 
,1: bi'v P;u-khurst, jr. 
M io Johusoi" 
Willit.m S. Evelelte 
Davifl Stone, jr. 
Heniy W. Griswold 
William T^ongstreet 
Robert Forsyth 
Charles L. A DespinviJle 
S' nou W I aixl, jr, 
John Hills, jr. 
James Liinonson 
A; rdiani Wendell 
Jr-mes Monroe 
Johii Symington 
Thomas Robinson. 



64 



Organisation of regiments and companies. 



COMPONENT PARTS OF A HKGIMENT. 



Corps. 



Light Artillery 
1st Dragoons 
2d ditto - - 
1st Aitiller)' 
2d and 3d ditto 
Infantry - - 
Riflemen - - 



1 1 

1 1 

■■ ^ 

i; 1 

l! 1 

1 1 







feh 



COMPONENT PAIITS OF A COMPACT. 



Jiegimenis. 



Light Artillery - - 

Dragoons 1st and 2d - 

1st Artilierj' - - - 

2d and 3d ditto - - 

Infantry - - - - - 

Riflemen - - -> - 



12 



95 
86 
81 
95 
108 
84 



Two regiments form a brigade, to be under a brigadier general, who has 
one aid de-camp and one brigade major Two brigades form a division, to 
be commanded by a major general, who has two aiits-de-camp, (and when 
he commands au army, one adjutant general, one inspector general, one 
quarter master g-eneral, two assistant adjutant generals, two assistant in- 
spector generals, one deputy quarter master general and four assistants, 
one topographical engineer and one assistant), i. e. beside a chief of each 
department, as many assistants maij be allowed as there are brigades in 
each separate army 

Note. — By the act of 29th January, twenty additional regiments for 
twelve months' service are authorised. (One of them to be rangers by a 
subsequent act, and five regiments to be for five vears for local service.) 

21.880 

30,374 
Total authorised force 58,254 



65 
RULES AND REGULATIONS. 

Jl'ar Office, May 1, 1813. 
RANK OF REGIMENTS. 

ist. The Light Artillery. 

^^- ^K^p'^l'wn^"""'-^ According to the numbers of 

a.^H^fntn^;"""^- ^he regimens respect.vely. 

5th. The Riflemen. 

6th. The Volunteers in the) According to the numbers 
service of the United f given to them respectively by 
States, and ^ the General commanding the 

7th. The Militia Drafts J District. 

This regulation is confined to parades. On all other occa- 
sions, regiments will be drawn up in the way which shall be 
directed by the general, or other commanding officer. 

RANK OF OFFICERS. 

In all cases in which command shall not have been specially 
^iven, the eldest officer, whether of cavalry, of artillery, or of 
infantry, will command. 

Where a controversy concerning rank shall arise from the 
sameness of date in commissions, it shall be determined by re- 
ference to former commissions in the regular service; and if 
uone such should have been held, by former commissioiis in 
the militia. 

Brevet rank gives no precedence nor command, except on 
detachments; nor shall persons havii.g such rank only, be 
included in the roster of officers for any duty other than that 
performed by detachments, and to which they shall be 
specially assigned. 

Officers of the legular army of the same grade with those 
of the volunteers and militia, have precedence of these, what> 
ever may be the dates oi their respective commissions. 

There is no precedence between staff departments. The 
officers assigned to these, will take rank, ist, from the bre. 
vets they hold, and 2d, from the rank they respectively have 
in the line. 

RULES WITH REGARD TO PROMOTION. 

1. Original vacancies will be supplied by selection; acci' 
</<')/<rt^ vacancies by si-JiiorjV//, excepting in extraordinary cases. 

2. Pi-omotions to the rank of captain, will he made regimen- 
talli] ; to that of field appointments, by Hue ; the light artil- 
lery, dragoons, artillery, infantry and riflemen, being kept 
always distinct. 

3. No oflicer shall be entitled to the pay, rations, or emolu- 
ments annexed to any office, until he shall have notice of his 
appointment thereto from the war department ; or from a gen- 
eral officer, with respect to appointments in the gift of general^ 

I 



66 

COMPUMENTS TO BE PAID BY THE TROOPS. 

The highest military honors are payable to the president 
and vice president ot the United States, whether in uniform 
or not. 

To the secretary of war, to major generals commanding dis. 
tricts or corps of the army, and to governors of states, when 
in uniform, the same honors will be paid; with this excep- 
tion, that to them the standards of the cavalry will not be 
dropped in saluting. 

All other major generals are entitled to three ruffles of the 
drum, with presented arms, and to the dropping of all colors 
other than the standards. 

Briv;adier generals commanding districts or corps of the army, 
are entitled to the honors payable to major generals not com- 
manding in chief. 

All other brigadiers are entitled to two ruffles of the drum 
and presented arms. 

To colonels, the guards of their own regiments turn out and 
present their arms, once a day ; after which, they only turn 
out with ordered arms. 

To lieutenant colonels and majors, their own guards turn 
out with ordered arms, once a day. 

When a lieutenant colonel or major shall command a regi- 
ment, their own quarter guards pay them the compliments 
due to a colonel. 

When a general or other officer, entitled to a salute, shall 
pass in the rear of a guard, it will not face about, but stand 
with shouldered arms. 

When a general or other officer, entitled to a salute, shall 
pass guards while in the act of relieving, both guards will 
salute, taking the word of command from the senior officer of 
the two. 

Military compliments are to be paid to officers of the navy, 
when in uniform, agreeably to their rank, as follows, viz. 

Commodores with broad pendants, have the same com- 
pliments as brigadier generals ; and all other post captains, 
those due to colonels. 

All guards are to be under arms when an armed party ap- 
proaches their posts, and to parties commanded by a com- 
missioned officer, they will present arms and beat a march, 
and the officers will salute. 

The colors of a regiment passing any guard, will be saluted, 
the drums of the regiment saluting in turn. 

When two regiments meet on a march, the regiment of 
inferior rank, will halt, form, and salute the other, which 
proceeds on its match, with swords drawn, bayonets fixed, 
trumpets sounding, drums beating, and colors flying, until it 
shall have cleared the front of the latter regiment. 

All regiments marching with standards or colors, have 
claim to the compliments of any regiment they may meet on 
their march not having standards or colors, without regard to 
tha rank of the particular corps. 



67 



SALUTES, 

The national salute shall be conformable to the number of 
states composing the union. 

A national salute shall be fired on a visit to the post from 
the president ot I he United States. 

Fifteen guns shall be tired on a visit from the vice president, 
the secretary of war, secretary of the navy, a major general 
of the army ; and thirteen guns on that of a brigadier general, 
when commanding a district. No other persons shall be 
entitled 'o salutes, and no salutes will be fired to any person 
baton his arrival. 

No salutes shall be fired to foreign ships or vessels of war, 
but in return, and in every case their salute shall be returned 
gun for gun, notice being given. 

No salutes shall be fired to public armed vessels of the 
United States, under the rate of a frigate, and to these only in 
return, gun for gun, notice being given. 

At I o'clock, on the fourth day of July of each year, a na- 
tional salute will be fired from all the military posts and forts 
in the United States. 

Salutes shall not be fired from guns of higher caliber than 
twelve jiounders. 

DUTIES OF ADJUTAXTS GENERAL. 

These will be divided under the following heads, viz: 

Distribution of orders: 

Details of service : 

Instruction of the troops in the manual exercise, and the 
evolutions and arrangement of them when brought into ac- 
tion ; and 

Diroclion of the military correspondence. 
1. Jiistribution of orders. 

The general orders of the day having been received from 
(he commanding general, the adjutant general or his assist- 
ant -will carry them to the office of distribution, where they 
will be recorded in abookkeptfor that purpose, whence, at an 
hour which shall have been previously assigned, they will be 
transcribed by the aids-de-camp of general officers, by majors 
of brigade, by the adjutants of all separate corps less than bri- 
gades, by a deputy or assistant deputy quarter master general, 
Ijy an hospital surgeon, or an hospital surgeon's mate detailed 
for that duty by the senior surgeon, and some commissioned 
officer from each corps of engineers ; and when so transcribed, 
they will be carried without delay to the corps to which these 
officers respectively belong, and be there promulgated, under 
the orders of the officers commanding the corps, and become 
to them a rule of conduct. 

2. Details of service. 

These shall be made agreeably to prescribed rules, and the 
usage of war. 



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AH corps will furnish according' to tlieir strcn|:rtli — the 
longest ott' dilly, the first on duty, ^^'hcn it may be found 
practicable, the troops are to act by companies, battalions or 
regiments. 

Return detachments will not be excused from duty more 
than two days. 

Seniority of corps, with respect to tp-ops, and priority of 
rank, with respect to officers, will entitle to i)recedencc for 
command ; subject to deviations under the orders of the com- 
manding general. 

In details the following gradation will govern: 

1. Recoimoitring parties and corps of observation. 

2. P'oi-aging before the enemy. 
1 3. Detachments and outposts-. 

4. Guards of trenches. 

5. Van guards in approaching an enemy. 

6. Hear guards in retiring from an enemy. 

7. General courts martial. 

S: Guard of the general commanding in chief. 
9. Camp or garrison guards. 

10. Other guards mounted from the grand parade. 

1 1. G uards of general officers and the staff according to rank. 

12. Pickets. 

13. General fatigues. 

14. Police. 

In tlie routine of duty the law of detail will always give it to 
the officer longest off duty, and when two have been credited 
with the same gi'ade of service, on the same day, reference 
to the former tour on the roster, will determine the detail. 

Should a tour of service of higher grade occur to an officei", 
while on any suhordinate dutj', he shall be relieved, and the 
tour on which he is, be passed to his credi'. 

If an officer's tour for genei'al court martial, picket, or fa- 
tigue occur, while he is on any other duty from the grand pa- 
rade, he shall not be relieved, hut stand for the next tour. 

3. Instruction of the troops. 

Tliis shall be governed by circumstances, as to time, place, 
and frequency ; of which the commandinggeneral will judge. 
The mode of infantry discipline, adopted by regulation of the 
war department, will be observed. 

4. JWlitarif corresfjo7ide?ice. 

Reports of services performed, and demands for courts of 
enquiry, or courts martial, shall be made to the adjutant gen- 
eral. All returns intended to exhibit the strength of corps, 
made agreeably to the 19th article of war, and accounting for 
the absent non-commissioned officei-s, musicians, and privates,' 
reports of the hospital and of the quarter master's depart- 
laents ; and of oi dnance and of ordnance stores attached to the 
army ; shall also be addressed to the adjutant general ; out of 
which he shallform a general return, to be transmitted month- 



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1)', for tlie information of the war department; and those 
transmitted for the months of June and Dcceniher, shall he 
aecompanieil with lists of the ofaecis serviii_<^ in any (jarrison 
Or corps of tlie district or army so returned, specifyin"; their 
names, rank, and places of station. I'etni'ns of oidnance and 
ordnance stores, shall he made agroealjly to forms jjrcscribed 
hy the commissary genertd of ordnatice. Drpaiiiircs from 
these forms and inattention to the injunctions al)Ove, will he 
regal ded and punished as acts of positive disohedieiiee. 

Jn'ijO, 1S13. 
The returns required of adjutants general, for the informa- 
tion of the Mar dei'artraent, v.i\\ exhibit regiments and detach- 
ments of regiments, separately and by name. 

War Office, Mmj \st, 1813. 

DUTIES OF INSPECTORS GENERAL. 

Tliese will be divided under the following lieads, viz. 

Mustering and inspecting troops of the line, and militia 
detachments serving with them: 

Selecting places of encampment, and posting gual■ds^ 

Superintending the police of the camp and of the march : 

Inspecting parades; and 

Making ha^f yearly confidential reports to the War Depart- 
ment, of the state of the army, division or detachment to 
which they helong. 

\.J\1usierlntf and Inspecting- the troops of the line a?idJ\Iilitiu 
netachments 

Troops of all descriptions shall he mustered once in tw« 
months, for payment, nor shall any payment be madebutupon 
muster rolls signed by an inspector general, or his assistant, 
or in the absence of these, by some officer of the army of the 
United Stato«>, especially assigned to this duty by the general 
commanding the district in which the said troops so mustered 
shall be found. Three copies of these rolls shall in all cases he 
made ; one of them to be depositeil with the paymaster of tlie 
district, and two of them to be sent to the War Department, 
the one for the use of the accountant of the said department, 
and the other for the paymaster of the array. 

Semi-annual musters of the whole army, whether regular 
or militia, shall be made on or before the 1st day of Januarv 
and 1st day of July, in each year; and rolls thereof, in alpha- 
betical order, foi-warded to the War Department, as prompt- 
ly thereafter 8S possible. 

Inspections of the troops are of two kinds, stated and occa- 
sional. The former shall take place monthly, and (as often 
as may be practicable) on the last day of each month; the latter 
aS often as the general commanding the district, Uie chief of the 
staff, or the inspector general, may think proper. The general 
object of both, shall be to ascertain the ejract state of the arms. 



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ecjiiipments, .mikI clotliing, and of every otlier circumstance 
tending- to show the actiud condition orifie IroojjS so inspected. 

Di-ag-oon, artillcrv, and all oilier horses belonging to the 
])nlj!ic, will also be subjects ofinspection, cj'jartcrly ; those unfit 
for service will he Ijraiided in the presence of the inspecting 
officer, vith the letteiC, an<l inmiediately tranferred to the 
((tiiirter master general's department, for jiuljiic sale; nor shall 
any horse so bi-anded, he tht-reafte' acce|)ted by any inspecting 
officer. — Returns of cast lifrscs will be made quarterly. 

A retnrn of every inspection, shall i)e made and (le[)Osited 
in the office- of the inspector general, for the ii.furinalion of 
the general commanding the district; and half yearly returns 
of insjiection shall be njatle to the War Depaittnent. 

2. SitpeiiHtending the police of the camp and of the march. 

It will be the duty of tliis department, to designate all 
guards for the security and good order of the camp, to take 
charge of all jirisonei's made bv these or otherwise, to exa- 
mine and j'eporl the several cases to the commanding general, 
and to lake bis orders in relation to their future disjiosal ; to 
inspect the state of tents, barracks, and hospitals, lo punish 
any \t«ni of care or cleanliness therein, to regulate all suttlers 
and markets m iiliin any canip, cantonment, or garrison ; and 
to insjKct and enlorce the order of murcli, and to punish all 
infi action* of it. 

;5. Insp'ctiiiff parades. 
The trooj)s detailed f, om each regiment for the service of 
the day will be brought to the parade ground of the brigade, 
tinder the command of tlie senior officer ]M'csent, and on duty ; 
tliese detachnients ^lill there be embodied and marched to 
the groimd of division parade, accompanied by the adjutant 
of tlie day, under command of the senior officer; the whole 
will then be marched as aforesaid, to the ground of general 
Jiarade, accompanied by a major of brigade, detailed for tliat 
service by division orders ; wliere they will be received by an 
inspector or assistant inspector general, reviewed and de- 
tached for the service of the day. 

4. Selectmen places for encampmeiit and posting guards. 

This duty shall be performed under the directions of the 
commanding general ; and the ins])cctor in performing it shall 
call to his aid an officer from each corps of engineers. 

5. Makmg' half yearly confdential reports to the -war depart- 
ment. 

These reports aviII relate to the conduct of corps and to 
that of individuals composing them. They shall be submitted 
fo the general commanding the army, and shall receive from 
bira his remarks in writing, before thej^ are transmitted to 
(he War Department. They shall specify— 



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1st. The progress madeliy each corps or regh-neut, in mili' 
tary discipline in general, and particui;.rly in a knowlege 
of the evohilions prescribed for tl)e practice of the 
troops ; in liabits of obedience and of attention to perso- 
nal appearance, and to the rules of interior economy. 
2d. Wlietlier tlie field and company officers I'espectivelv 
know their duty, and are able and willingto perform it"? 
whether the subalterns are severally sober, active, and 
industi'ious, careful to acquire knowlege, and to commu- 
nicate it to the non-commissioned officers and privates ! 
whether the adjutant, (piarter-master, and paymaster, 
are competent to the duties assigned to them ? whether 
the regimental books are kept with accui'acy and regu- 
larity, and whether tlie non-commissioned officers per- 
form thei'- duty with promjititude and effect ? 
3il. Whether the meat and bread furnished by contract, 
are of good quality, and whether these and other articles, 
composing the ration, are I'egularly issued ? 
4th. Wliclher the forage be good, and of sufficient quantity ? 
5th. Whether the hospital supplies and regulations be 
sufficient, and regularly dispensed in the one case, and 
observed in the other ? 
Cth. Whether there has been any irregularity in the pro- 
ceedings of courts martial, or in the execution of senten- 
ces pronounced by them ? and 
7tli. Whether the quantity of ammunition in store is suffi- 
cient, and well secured, and whether the arms and equip- 
ments are in proper order ? 
On each of these heads there will be a special report, and in 
what may be said on the second, all possible frankness is ex- 
pected. One motive the more to this, will be found in the 
solemn declaration of tiie goveinmer.t, that while it shall be 
its invariable practice to distinguish and to reward merit of 
every description and in every grade, all pretensions not hav- 
ing that founda'ion, however propped and patronised by 
names, will be utterly disregarded. 

QUARTER MASTER GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 

It shall be the duty of this department to provide — 

1. For the quartering and transporting of troops. 

2. For transporting all nsilitary stores, camp equipage, and 
artillery. 

3. For opening and repairing roads, and constructing and 
repairing bridi;cs, which may be necessary to the movement 
of the army, or i>t ny d.-iachmeiit thereof, 

4. It shall be the further duty of thisdepartment to receive 
from the departments of puichase ana of ordnance, all cloth- 
ing, camp equipage, arms, ammunition, and ordnance; to 
transport the same to the place of destination, and there to 
make distribution thereof, a-reeabiy to the direction given to 
the articles by the commissaiy general of purchases, and to 



the orders of the general commanding the district to which 
they aie destined. 

Quarter masters in the intermediate districts, between the 
places of receipt and delivery, will be held responsible for the 
safe transportation of all articles through their respective dis- 
tricts. 

Articles for conveyance by this department, shall be trans- 
ported in bulk as much as possible, and with each quantity of 
stores conveyed, the quarter master at the post from which 
it is sent shall furnish a conductor who shall have charge of 
it, and tor whose conduct, in the safe keeping and delivery 
thereof, the quarter master shall be rcsponhible, 

5. It shall be the duty of the department to provide all 
foiage and fuel for the use of the troops, and have the same 
transported and issued agreeably to the regulations which fol- 
low : 

6. To provide good and sufficient store houses, for provi- 
sions deposited under contract between individuals and the 
government, and to appoint store keepers (for the custody of 
the said provisions, or other articles, tiie i)roperty of the pub- 
lic, which ma); be placed there) who shall jive security for 
their safe keeping and delivery, under the orders of the com- 
manding general of the district, or of the quarter master gene- 
ral ; and to find means of transporting the same, when so 
required by the engagements of the government. 

7. To make returns, half yearly, to the secretary of war, of 
all horses and draft oxen, or horses and oxen on hire, in pub- 
Ire service, showing their number, employment, and condi- 
tion ; and a similar return of all other articles, the property 
of the public, of which the department may be possessed. 

8. 'I'o make and transmit to the secretary of war, monthly 
summary statements of the accoimts of the department, and 
quarterly accounts thereof, agreeably to the forms which shall 
be prescribed by the treasury department. 

9. AH money drawn for the use of the department, within 
any military district, shall be drawn and accounted for by the 
senior officer of the department within such district. 

No purchases, on public account, will be made by the 
quarter master's department, but of the following articles : 

I St. Of forage. 

ad. Of fuel. 

3d. Straw for soldiers' bedding. 

4th. A rt icles of stationery for regimental and garrison service. 

5th. Dragoon and artillery horses ; and horses, oxen, wag- 
gons, and tarts, for the transportation of baggage; boats for the 
same; and 

6th. Boards, planks, nails, and other materials, for con- 
structing and repairing barracks, hospitals, and bridges. 

In all cases in which gun carriages and artillery waggons 
may want repair in the field, the senio* officer of artillery is to 
see the necessary repairs done, and for the expence of these, 
will make his draft on the quarter master general's depart- 
ment. 



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When any building occupied by troops as a barrack shall 
have been left by them in a fiUhy state, or shall have suffered 
injury by them, the quarter master of the post or of the party 
succeeding to them, shall, in the one case, have the quarters 
cleansed, .ind in the other reiiaired ; and the expense of so 
doing sli.ill be deducted from the pay of the officers command- 
ing the party which immediately preceded in the occupation 
of the buildings so cleansed and repaired. 

Regulation 'which shall go-vern the allowance of quarters, of 
Jorage, of fuel, oj straiu jor bedding, of stationery, and of tb» 

transporlalion of the baggage of officers, luhen ordered on distant 

commands . 

I, Of Quarters. 

To a major general, three roomsand a kitchen. 

To a brigadier general, the adjutant and inspector general, 
principal quarter master general, and commissary general of 
ordnance, each, two rooms and a kitchen. 

To each adjutant general, inspector general, quarter master 
general, and held officer of a regiment, to the assistant com- 
missary >;eneral of ordnance, and to each deputy quarter mas- 
ter general, one room and a kitchen. 

Toeach assistant adjutant general, assistant inspector gene- 
ral, topographical engineer, major of brigade or brigade inspec- 
tor, deputy pasmaster general, captain of the line, jud^e 
advocate, hospital surgeon, regimental surgeon, and chaplain, 
one room. 

For all other commissioned officers — one room to every two 
ofhters; and to each mess of six or moreofRceis, one kitchen. 

To twelve non-commissioned officers, musicians, or privates, 
one roosii, or (in the suiPimer) a kitchen. 

The eldest oilker to have the choice of quarters. 
2. Of Fuel. 

The allowance of fuel, from the last day of April, to the 
first day of November of each yea.% shall be at the rate of one 
cord of wood per month for each kitchen (or room occupied for 
cookint) 

At all posts, garrisons or cantonments within the states of 
New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermonr, 
Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Dela- 
ware, Maryland, and Onio, one cord and half ot a cord of 
wood per month from the last day of October, to the firsr day 
of May of each year, for each room and kitchen occupied agree- 
ably to the preceding regulations ; and at all other posts, 
garrisonsj or cantonments, during the same penod, one cord of 
wood per month for each kitchen or other room occupied as 
aforesaid. 

Each commanding or senior officer at any separate post, 
whatever may be his rank, will be entitled to fuel for one 
kitchen. 

The allowance of wood for the quarters of the sick will be 
regulated by the commanding officer and surgeon. 

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No compensation in meney to be made, in lieu of allowances 
of fuel or of quarters; and no fuel to bedrawnhut Within 
the month for wliich it is due. 

No fuel furnished for the use of a garrison, post, camp, or 
cantonment, shall be removed therefrom, but by the quarter 
master attached thereto ; and any overplus of fuel beyond what 
has been used, oi may be.ecejsary for use, at such post, shall 
revert to the United States. 

Coal may be issued, in proportion to the cost of wood, in 
lieu thereof. 

3. Of Forage. 

To all horses in actual service, there shall be allowed 14 
pounds of hay and 12 quarts of oats, or in lieu of oats eight 
quarts of corn, fer diem. 

Officers will be allowed to draw forage in kind, when on 
Rctual service in the field, where their duties require them to 
be mounted, for the number of horses they actually keep in 
service, not exceeding the following rates : 

Major generals, seven. 

Brigadier generals, five. 

Colonelsof artillery and infantry, four. 

Lieutenant colonels and majors three ; and 

All other officers entitled by law to receive money in lieu of 
forage, when the same shall not be drawn in kind, two each. 
4. Of Straw. 

One truss of straw, weighing 36 pounds, is allowed for 
every two men. 

At the expiration of 16 days, each truss is to be refreshed 
with 8 pounds. At the expiration of 32 days, the whole 
straw is to be removed, and a fresh bedding of one truss to 
be furnished; and so on every succeeding period of 16 and 
32 days. 

The same quantity of straw is allowed for servants, or bat- 
men not soldiers, or for washerwomen, in the proportion of 
one woman to every seventeen men. 

The straw is to be changed for the sick in hospital as often 
as may be deemed necessary by the surgeon, or (in his ab- 
sence) by the mate. 

Requisitions for fuel or straw must state the number and 
rank of the officers, the number of non-commissioned officers 
and privates, servants, batmen, and washerwomen, for whom 
it may be demanded, and certified by the commandant of the 
regiment, garrison or recruiting rendezvous. 

No fuel or straw shall be drawn for officers or for soldiers, 
whilst on furlough ; nor any allowance made to them for the 
same. 

5. Of Transportation. 

To each company or detachment of 100 men, shall be al- 
lowed one four-horse waggon and team, or 2 two. horse wag- 
gons a;,d teams, for the conveyance of baggage, and camp 
equipage, consisting of one common tent, one iron kettle, and 
two tin pans, for every six men. 



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When officers are ordered on distant commands, the foUow- 
iii^ rates are to govern in the allowance made to them for the 
transportation ot their baggage, at two dollars per loo pounds 
per TOO miles. 

To H Major general, 1,250 lbs. 

KiigaditT general, 1,000 

Colonel, 750 

Lic-utenant colonel, 600 

Major, 500 

Hospital surgeon, 750 

CapUiin, 4n0 

Hurt^eon, 400 

Subaltern, 300 

SiM'geou's mate, 300 

Cadet, 'iOO 

The most direct post route will determine the distance, for 
the amount of transportation, whether performed by lander 
water. 

To every officer ordered on general courts martial, tempora- 
ry commands, or on other duties, on the sea board, or in the 
Atlantic states, there will be allowed, if he so elect, in lieu 
of the transportation of his baggage, his stage hire : no delay 
being admitted on the road. Receipts from the stage offices, 
or certificates on honor, of the performance of the duty, will 
be required. 

No allowance for transportation of baggage to officers ful- 
filling the first order after appomtment. 
6. Of Stationei'i'. 
To a major general, or other officer commanding a district, 
so much stationery as may be necessary for the discharge of 
his public duties. 

To every other general officer 24 quires of paper per annum. 
To every officer commanding a separate post or garrison, of 
not less than two, nor more than five companies, 12 quires 
per anKum, and one blank book of 3 quuvs. 

To every officer commanding a separate post or garrison of 
not more than ten companies, \% (\u\tQs per annum, and one 
blank book of 3 quires. 

To a colonel or other officer commanding a regiment, for 
the use of himself and regimental staff, 18 quires per annum, 
and a blank book of 3 quires. 
To a major six quires of paperand one blank book per annum. 
For the use of every company, whether in garrison or other- 
wise, 12 quires per annum, and a blank book of 2 quires. 

For the use of every other commissioned officer in the army 
of the United States, 2 quires per annum. 

For the use of every officer and garrison, a proportion of 
other stationery, at the rate of fifty quills, as many wafers, 
and a paper otink powder to each six quires. 

Annual Estimates. 
It shall be the duty of this department, to make out and 
transmit to the war department, on or before the first day of 
December in each year, annual estimates of the forage, fuel, 



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straw for bedding, articles of stationery, dragoon and artillery 
horst'S, oxen, wayj^pns, ani carts for iransportation ot baggage, 
&c. and ot ail other articles the furnishing of which apper- 
tains t J the said department. 

November 9, l8l2, 

Offic. s, prisoners of war, are allowed for transportation of 
ba gage, from the places where they are paroled, 10 their 
respective homes, unless transportation is provided by the 
cnemv, or the government. 

yu/jg, 1813. 

In addition to the provision made for repairs of build- 
ings occupied as banacks and quarters, it is ordered, that 
where private lands and buildings are occupied by the 
troopsof thj United States, a reasunable compensktion sliail be 
made to the proprietor by the quarter master ot the district or 
post : and when the rate of compensition cannot be satisfac- 
torily agreed on, discreet and disinterested persons shall be 
appointed, by th quarter master and proprietor, to api'raise 
the r.nt, which wih be settled by the quarter master, and the 
damau'e repaired as before provided. 

" Every officer of the army, whose du'y requires him to 
be on horseback in time of action, and whose horse shall be 
killed in battle, shall be allowed a sum not exceeding two 
hundred dollars, on making satisfactory proof of the loss and 
value of the horse so killed; the proof require •■ shall be by 
afliciaviiof the quartermaster of the corps to which the owner 
may belong, or of two other credible witnesses."* 

The quarter master's department will adjust and settle all 
claims conformably to the above provisions. 

Double rations are allo-cved to the commanding officers of the 
foilotving mihtarij posts and stations, viz. 

PassamacpiQddVjWi^casset, Georgetown, 

and Han. 01- oi Portland . . . Maine. 

Harbor of Porlsniouth .... New Hampshire. 

Harbor of Boston, New Bedford, Spring- 
field, +Harbors of Salem, Marble- 
head, Gloucester, and Newburyport Massachusetts. 

Harbor of Newport .... Rhode Island. 

Fort Trumbull Connecticut. 

Harbor of New York. West Point and 

Niagara . , New York. 

Fort Mifflin and Pittsburg . . Pennsylvania. 

Fort M'Henry, Harbor of Annapolis, and 

Firt Washington .... Maryland. 

Grecnleaf 's Point District of Columbia. 

Harbor of Norfolk and Fort Powhattan Virginia. 

Fort Johnson and Beaufort . . . North Carolina. 

Georgetown, Harbor of Charleston, 
B aufort, and Rocky Mount or 
Mount Dearborn .... South Carolina, 

* Act of 12 May, 1796. 

y These are considered as one military station. 



Savann:ili, Fort Hawkins, CoitTuin, and 

Point Pttrc C.coi-gia. 

Port Stoildert, For!. Adams, and "NV'abli- 

ini;lon ]Mississippi IciTitorv, 

Pla(nitniine,N;cliitoclies, Fort St. John, 

Baton Uongv, and Pass Christian . Orleans territory. 
Belle Fontaine, Fort O.sige, and Fort 

Muiison or Belle Vne . . . Loaisiana territory. 

Fort Massac Illinois territory. 

Viiicennes, Chikago or Fort Dearborn, 

Fort Wayne, and Fort Harrison . Indiana territory. 
High wassee and Fort Hampton . . Tennessee. 

Neujiort Kentucky. 

Detroit and Michilimaekinac . . Mieliigan territory. 

And to generals coniman<ling separate armies. And to the 

comtiiandin<,' officer at New Orleans trehle rations. 
The commanding oflicer at each of the i)0sts v/ithin named 
will certify, on honor, that he was the actual commanding oflicer 
at the post, and for the time stated in liis return, or account for 
additional rations : which certillcate will accompany his return, 
and be consdered a necessary vouclier. 

One oflicer only can be coasjidercd entitled to additional rations. 

SPECIFIC MONTHLY ALLOWANCE OF WOOD. 

FROM 30th APRIL TO I ST NOVEMBER. 

CSummev months. J 

1st. To a major general, 

2d. To each brigadier general, &c. 

3d. To each adjutant general, kc. 

4th. To each assistant adjutant general, he. 

5th. To every oflicer not included above, 

Cth. To each non-commissioned officer, musician, 

or private, 

To the senior ofiicer (of staff or the line) at a 

post, 

FROM SlSr OCTOBER TO IST MAY. 

C (J 'inter months.^ 

1st. To a major general, 

I2d. To each brigadier general, &c 

.3d. To each adjutant general, &:c. 

4th. To each assistant adjutant general. Sec. 1^ 

and for a kitchen, when he messes in gar- 
rison, in addition, .... i — 1^ 

5th. To each other officer, I 

and, when he messes in garrison, for a 
kitclien, in addition, .... ^ — I 

6th. To each non-commissioned officer, musician, 

or private, 1-S 

To the senior oflicer at a post, if of a rank nam- 
ed under the 4th rate of allowpnce, . . 3 
To the senior officer at a post, if of a rank nam- 

cjl under the ;">tli rate of allowance, . 2| 



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ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT. 

May I, 1813. 
I . Of Laboratories. 

There shall bs three principal laboratories in the United 
Stales, one in the nei^hborliood of one in the neigh- 

borhood of and one pear 

At each of these laboratories, the head of the department 
will cause to be bought ten acres of land, and h,)ve thereon 
erected workshops competent to the accomrri'idation ot forty 
woikmen, and barracks for the further acconimodati'n of the 
same, with the necessary mauynines and store houses. 

The workmen ar each of the said laboratories, shall be en- 
gaged for a term of service not less than five years, and at the 
rates prescribed by law ; and at each, there shall be one master 
wheelwright and carriage maker, and one master blacksniiih, 
the wliole to be under the direct ion ol ihecommissary ceneral,or 
ofs'me one of liis officers. It is, however, understood, that if 
workmen cannot be engaged tor a term as long as 5 years, the 
tommissary general may engage them for a shoiter periid. 
And he is also aufhoribed 10 employ women ami children at 
low wages, in all work which can be as well performed by 
them, as by men ; and accounts regularly presented and certi- 
fied by him, of the amount ot all war.es for work done under 
this regulation, shall be paid by the paymaster of the army. 

At these workshops, shall b.- made, all gun carriages, aru- 
rnunition waggons, travelling forges, and every other appara- 
tus for the artillery, and shall be prepired all kinds of ammu- 
nition for garrison and field service. 

2. Inspection of Poivder^ ^c. 

It will be the duty of the commissary general of ordnance, 
to call upon the commissary general of purchases, for the 
names and places of residence of all persons engaged in mak- 
ing powder, cannon, cannon shot, or other ordnance stores, 
under contr.ict with the United States, and on noticeof the time 
of delivery of such articles, he will cause the same 10 be duly 
proved and ijispected. Until thus previously inspected anct 
proved, no ordiiani;e, cannon balls, shells, shot, or powder, 
shall be received or paid for, by any public agent of the United 
States. 

3. Distri/iution cj Ordnance. 

The orders of general officers for the supply of ordnance, 
ammunition, carnages, &c. shall go no farther than to direct 
the number and calibie of the >;uns, the quantity and kinds of 
ammunition, necessary for the service, and to command the 
preparation and delivery of these, and other enumeiated ar- 
ticles, to some officer charged with its conveyance to the camp 
or garrison of the general requiring them. 

The artillery will be distributed for field service into divi- 
sions or half divisions. 

A division of artillery will consist of six pieces of ordnance, 
viz. four cannon of the same calibre, and two howitzers, or 
gix cannon of not more than two calibres. 



79 

A half division of artillery will consist of two pieces of can- 
non of the same calibre, and one howitzer, or of three pieces 
of cannon of the same calibre. 

To each pair of three pounders, will be allotted one ammu- 
nition waggon, or caisson. 

To each six pounder, one ammunition waggon, or caisson. 

To each howitzer, two ammunition waggons, or caissons. 

To each gun of larger calibre than a six pounder, destined 
to act with the army in the field, two, or at most, three am- 
munition waggons, or caissons. 

To each division of artillery will be allotted three waggons, 
provided with assorted and spare articles of equipment, am- 
munition, harness, intrenching and artificers' tools, &c. 

To each half division will be allotted one waggon, with as- 
sorted and spare articles and tools, as above. 

To each division of flying artillery and every two divisions 
of foot artillery will be allotted one travelling forge. 

The proportion of overplus small arms, for the infantry, 
may be one fourth of the number of effective troops in the 
field : these shall be placed m reserve, at some safe and con- 
venient situation, near the army. 

The proportion of musket cartridges for the infantry, shall 
consist of thirty rounds per man, accompanying; the troops in 
ammunition waggons, and such additional quantities as may 
be judged requisite, shall be placed in reserve, as provided for 
small arms in the preceding paragraph. 

Wag>;ons will be provided with mining and laboratory tools 
and utensils, together with additional quantities of intrench- 
ing and artificers' tools, whenever the nature of the service 
may render it necessary. 

4. Preservation and saje keeping of Ordnance Stores, Gfr. 
It will bctheduty of the commissary general of ordnance to 
take measures lor the completion, reparation, and preservation 
of all ordnance, anmiunition, artillery carriages, and machines, 
in the respective fortresses, magazines, and arsenals. 

5. Returns 0/ Ordnance Stores, &c. 

The senior officer of artillery of every division or detach- 
ment of the army, and of every garrison and post, and all 
keepers of magazines and arsenals, or other persons having 
chari;e of military stores, shall make returns quaiterly to the 
commissary general of ordnance, agreeably to such forms as 
may be furnished by bim. 

The military stores above referred to are : 

Fire arms of every description, with their equipments and 
accoutrements. 

Ammunition, whether fixed or loose. 

Laboratory stores and utensils. 

Artificers' tools ; and 

All artillery carriages and machines : not to include camp 
equipage or barrack farniture. 

Such returns shall be made by the commissary general as 
are required by law : and 



so 



6. Annual Estimutes, 
It shall be the duty of the commissary general of ordnance, 
to make out and render to the war department, yearly esti- 
mates of the powder, ordnance, cannon balls, shells, and 
shot, timber, and other materia. s for . im carriages and anunu- 
nirion waggons, laboratory utensils, artificers' tools, &c. which 
shall be requisite for the service of tlie public. 

PURCHASING DEPaUTMIvNT. 

1st. The commissary general of this department and his 
deputies will purchase upon the orders and estimates of the 
var department all oi'dnanee, ordnance stores, laboratory 
utensils, artificers tools, artillery car iages, ammunition wag- 
gons, limiicr J»nd othe materials for making and rejjairing 
these; artillery harness, ammunition, small arms, accoutre- 
ments, and equipments, clothing, dragoon saddles and bridles; 
tents, tent poles, camp kettles, mess pans, bed sacks, medi- 
cines, su gical instruments hospital stores, and all other ar- 
ticles required for the public se vice of the army of the U. 
States, excepting only sucb as are directed to be pu chased 
by the (piarter master general's department. 

2d. The articles so pui-chased as aforesaid, shall (such as 
may requii-e it) be carefully packed, and all be delivered over 
by the commissary general o by his deputies, to an officer of 
the qnartcr master general's department, fur transpoi-tation 
to the places of their destination and use ; and all parcels so 
packed, shall be legibly marked with the name of the place 
or places whither they are to be sent, and that of the detach- 
ment or corps for which they are intended, accompanied by 
an invoice of the articles contained in the said parcels. 

3d. The commissary general of purchases, and his depu- 
ties, shall severally make and transmit monthly summary 
statements, to the secretai-y of war, and quarteily accounts of 
the purchases and deliveries, made by them, respectively, 
to the accountant of the war department, with the necessary 
vouchers, and agreeably to the forms which shall be prescrib- 
ed by tbe treasury department. 

Returns of Clothing; &c. 

To enable the war department to furnish the orders and 
estimates as provided by the fore^oin^ regulation, .ach regi- 
mental quarter master shall make and transmit, on or before 
the 1st day of Deiember in "ach year, an estimate coimter- 
signed by the commanding officirr of the regiment, of all such 
clothmg, arms, accoutrements, equipments, and camp equip- 
age, as may be nicessary tor tbe supply of the regiment for the 
ensuing year; with a return of the articles on hand, and a 
report of the condition in which they are. 

>/v9. 1813. 

In the returns for clothing one column shall repiesent what 
is due to the detachment or regiment, one what is actually 
wanted, and a third, the articles, if any, on hand and in the 
custody of some officer of the detachment or regiment. 



81 

These returns shall be signed by the regimental quarter 
master, or ofi'icer doing that duty, and countersigned by the 
officer commanding regiments or corps. 

Upon returns thus made, the commissary of issues will 
furnish such articles, and in such proportions, as the state of 
the public stores will permit. 

No return will be made but for the clothing of men actually 
present. 

DUTIES OF TOPOGRAPHICAL ENGINEERS AND 
THEIR ASSISTAN'S. 
To make such surveys, and exhibit such delineation of these, 
as the commanding general sliall direct ; to make plans of all 
militaiy positions (which the army may occupy) and of their 
respective vicinities, indicatiiig the vai ious roads, rivers, 
creeks, ravines, hills, woods and villages, to be found therein : 
to accompany all reconnoitering parties, sent out to obtain 
intelligence of the movements of the enemy, or of his posi- 
tions, &c. ; to make sketches of their route, accompanied by 
written notices of every thing worthy of observation, thereon; 
to keep a journal of every day's movement, when the army 
is in mai cji, noticing the varieties of ground, of buildings, of 
culture, and the distances and stale of the roads, between 
given points, throughout the march of the day ; and lastly, to 
exhibit the relative positions of the contending armies ou 
fields of battle, and the dispositions made, whether for attack 
or defence. 

HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 

It shall be the duty of the physician and surgeon general to 
prescribe rules for the government of the hos',."itals of the 
army; to see these enforced ; tojappoint stewards and nurses ; 
to call for and receive returns of medicines, surgical instru- 
ments, and hospital stores ; to authorise and regulate the sup- 
ply of regimental medicine chests ; to make out general half 
yearly returns of these, andof the sick (in hospitals) to the war 
department, and yearly estimates ofwhat may be wanted for 
the supply of the army. 

The apothecary general shall assist the physician and sur- 
geon general in the discharge of the above mentioned duties, 
and shall receive and obey his orders in relation thereto. 

MISCELLANEOUS RULES. 

Each major general will appoint his aids-de-camp : each 
brigadier general will appoint his brigade major and aid-de- 
camp. No aid-de-camp shall be taken from a rank higher 
than that of a subaltern. 

No officer shall bepermitted to hold two staff appointments 
at the same time. 

No surgeon of the army shall be engaged in private practice. 

No officer, commissioned or non-commissioned, shall be the 
agent of a contractor. 

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Quarter masters of regiments, or of corps, will cause the 
company i.-rovision returns to be consolidated and carried to 
the commandin>; officers ot regiments and ot detachments or 
brigades, for their signatures. Abstracts of these, t'urrished 
and presented by the contractors, will be signed by officers 
commandinj; brigaiies (or separate posts) and will thus become 
vouchers for the contractors. 

No furlough shall be given during a csunpaign ; nor any, 
but by the general commanding the district or army, and for 
the cause of disubility, which disability shall be cei'tified by a 
regimental or hospital surgeon. 

Furloughb shall, beside expressing the term of time granted 
to absentees, express alsoanorder to join the regiment, post or 
garr son, to which they mav belong. 

No order shall be given to officers seeking a furlough for 
their own convenience, which shall have the effect of entitling 
them to an allowance for transportation of baggage. 

All discharges given to soldiers by generals commanding se- 
paate detachments, shall specify the causes of discharge. 

All officers, whatever may be their i-ank, passing through a 
garrison town or established military post, shall report tlieir 
arrival at such town or post, to the commanding officer, by 
■written notice if the officer arriving be elder in rank, and per- 
sonally if hebeyoungei'in rankthan the officer commanding. 
All officers arriving at the seat of government, will in like 
manner, report to the adjutant and inspector general. 

Regulatian of No-vember i, 1808. 

Officers of the cavalry will be allowed money in lieu of 
forage, under the rule which governs in the allowance to offi- 
cers of other corps, to wit : twelve dollars to a colonel, eleven 
dollars to a lieutenant colonel, &c. 

Captains and subalterns of that corps are not to be allowed 
forage or money in lieu thereof, until ordered to be mounted. 

May I, 1813. 
MILITARY DISTRICTS. 

The United States have been divided into nine, as follows : 

viz. 

Massachusetts and New Hampshire, No. i. 

Rhode Island and Connecticut, No. 2. 

N w York, from the sea to the Highlands, and New 
Jersey, excepting that part of the state which fur- 
nishes the first division of militia No. -x. 

That part of New Jersey excepted above, Pennsyl. 
vania, and Delaware, 

Marvlmd and Virginia, 

The vwo Carolinas and Georgia, 

Louisiana, the Mississipiu territory, and Tennessee, 

Keiii.icky, (^hio, and the territories of Indiana, 
M chijan. 111 nois, and Missouri, 

"New York, north of the Highlands, and Vermont, 



No. 


4. 


No 


5» 


No 


6. 


No. 


7. 


No. 


8. 


No. 


9- 



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RECRUITING STATIONS. 

Each regiment shall furnish a recruiting party or parties, to 
be expedited to the military districts, according to the 
folloiving arrangement, viz. 

z Companies of the light artillery,' 

3 Troops of the 2d light dragoons, 

1 Battalion of the ist artillery, l>District No. i. 

The 4th infantry, ( 

The 9th do. and I 

The 2 1 St do. J 

I Troop of the 2d light dragoons, p 

I Battalion of the ist artillery, and> District No. 2. 

The 25th infantry, J 

1 Companies of light artillery, 'l 
a Troops of the 2d light dragoons. | 

2 Battalions of the 3d artillery ^District No. 3. 
The 6th infantry, and | 
The 15th do. J 
2 Companies of light artillery, ) 
2 Troops of the 2d light dragoons, I 

1 Battalion of the 2d artillery, | 
The 3d infantry, >^ District No. 4. 
The 5th do. I 
The i6th do. and 
The 22d do 

2 Companies of light artillery, 

1 Troop of the ist light dragoons, | 
li Battalion of 2d artillery, V pj^j,.;^^ ^ 
The I2rh infantry, [ ^ 
The 14th do. and 
The 20th do. 

2 Troops of the ist light dragoons 
I Battalion of the ist artillery. 



\ 



A 



The 8th infantry, S District No, 6. 

The loth do. and I 

The i8th do. J 

3 Troops of the ist light dragoons, 1 

1 Battalion of the ist artillery, | 

V^.1t^rT'' [District No. 7. 
The 24th do. and • 

3 companies of riflemen, J 

4 Companies of light artillery. \ 

3 Troops of the ist light dragoons, I 

ij Battalions of the 2d artillery, J» District No« 8, 
The 1st, 17th, &t9th infantry, and f 

4 com ;)anies of riflemen, J 
a Troops of the 2d light dragoons,"^ 

2 Battalions of the 3d anillerv, Vnie*,:^* m,, « 
Theiith,i3th,&23dinfantry,and >°'5*"<=* ^°' 9' 

3 companies of riflemen, ) 



84 



liULES WITH KEGARD TO MILITIA DRAFTS. 

1st. All militia detachments in the service of the United 
States, must be made under the requisition of some officer of 
the U. States (to be hereafter authorised to make such requisi- 
tion) on the executive authority of the state, or of the territo- 
ry, from which the detachments shall be drawn. 

2d. In these requisitions shall be expressed the number of 
privates, non-commissioned and commissioned officers, re- 
quired, which shall be in the same prnportions to each other, 
as obtain in the regular army. The looser method of requir- 
ing regiments or brigades, will be discontinued. 

3d. So soon as one hundred privates, eleven non-commission- 
ed and five commissioned officers, shall have been organised, 
as a company, under any requisition as aforesaid, they will 
be mustered, and inspected, by an inspector general, or his 
assistant, or some other officer of the ai'my of the United States, 
thereto specially appointed ; upon whose rolls and reports 
they will be entitled to pay, &c. 

4th. It shall be the duty of the officer so mustering and in- 
specting militia detachments, to make immediate report there- 
of to the war department, and 

5th. Payment will be made through the regimental pay- 
master in all cases in which the corps shall he organised as a 
regiment; and iti all cases in which it shall fall short of the 
number necessary to that organisation, by the paymaster ac- 
companying the arniy or division to which it may belong. 

CHANGES IN THE UNIFORM OF THE ARMY OF 
THE UNITED STATES. 

The coat of the infantry and artillery shall be uniformly 
blue, no red collars or cuft's : and no lace shall be worn by 
any grade, excepting in epaulettes and sword knots. 

All officers will wear coats of the length of those worn by 
field officers ; all the rank and file will wea- coatees. Tl^ 
1)utton holes of these will be trimmed with tape on the collar 
only. Leather caps will be substituted for felt, and worsted 
or cotton pompons for feathers. 

General officers and all others of the general staff, not 
otherwise directed, shall wear cocked hats without feathers, 
gilt bullet buttons, and button-holes in the herring-bone form. 

The epaulettes of major generals will have on the gold 
ground of each strap, two silvered stars. 

The epaulettes of brigadiers will have oneach strap one star. 

The uniform of the physician and surgeon : and apothecary 
generals, and hospital surgeons and mates, shall be black, the 
coats with standing collars, and on each side of the collar, a 
star of embroidery, within half an inch of the front edge. 

The rules with I'espect to undress, are dispensed with, ex= 
> epting that cockades jmust always be worn. 



1 



85 



OF THE GENERAL STAFF. 

The coat — Single breasted, with lo buttons, and button 
lioles worked with blue twist, in front, 5 inches lonj; at the 
top and 3 at the bottom. The standing collar to raise to the 
tip of the ear, which will determine its width. The cuffs, 
not less than 3^ nor more than 4 inches wide. The skirts 
faced with blue, the bottom of each not more than 7 nor less 
than 3^ inches wide; the kngth to reach to the bend of the 
knee The bottom of the breast and two hip buttons to range. 

1. On the collar one blind hole 5 inclies long, with a button 
on each side. 

2. The blind holes on each side of the front, in the herring 
bone form, to be in the same direction with the collar, 
from the top to the bottom. 

3. Blind holes (in the like form) to proceed from 4 buttons, 
placed lengthwise, on each skirt. A gilt star, on the 
centre of the bottom, 2 inches from tlie edge. 

4. The cuffs, to be indented within li inch of the edge, 
with 4 buttons lengthwise on each sleeve, and holes to 
the three upper buttons corresponding with the indention 
of the cuff, on the centre of which is to be inserted the 
lower button. 

5. All general officers will be permitted to embroider the 
buttonholes. The commissary general of ordnance, the 
adjutants, inspectors, and quarter masters general, and 
the commissary general of purchases, wiil be permitted 
to embroider the button holes of the collar only. 

Vest, breeches a>rd pantaloons — White (or buff for general 
officers) — blue pantaloons may be wo'n in the winter and nan- 
kfeen in the summer. Vests single breasted without pocket 
flaps. 

1. Breeches, or pantaloons, with 4 buttons on the knees, 
and gilt knee buckles. 

2. Hi^h military boots and giU spurs. 
Black stock — of leather or silk. 

Chapeaus--of the following form; the fan not less than 6A 
nor more than 9 inches high in the rear, nor less than 15 nor 
more than 17^ inches from point to uoint, bound round the 
edge with black binding an ^ inch wide. 

1. Button and loop, black. 

2. Cockade, the same, 4 J inches diameter, with a gold 
eagle in the centre. 

Sivords — Yellow mounted, with a black or yellow gripe. 
For the officers of the adjutant, inspector, and quar master ge- 
neral's departments, sabres ; for all others, straight swords. 

fVaist Belts — of black leather. No sashes. 

Epaulettes — of gold ; according to rank. 

Note. — Officers of the corps of engineers will wear the uni- 
form already established for that corps. 

The dress of the hospitalstaff will conform as to fashion, to 
the uniform of the staffs, except that they will wear pocket 
flaps, and buttons placed across the cuffs, four to each, and 



s& 

covered buttons in all instances, of the color of the coat, 
(black.) 

Ofiic rs of the line appointed to a staff station, which con- 
fers no additional rank, will wear the uniform of their rank in 
the line, with high boots and spurs. 

OF THE ARTILLERY. 

Coal — of the same general description with that of the staff; 
and 

T. Pocket flaps, cross indented below, not less than 2§ nor 

more than 3 inches wioe, W'th 4 buttons and blind holes; 

two buttons at the opening of the pocket of e.ich skirt; 

and a diamond of blue cloth, ornamenied i:^ inch on each 

side, the centre tvvo inches from tlje bottom of the coat. 

2. Tlie blind holes on either side of the front, with the coat 
buttoned close to tlie collar, .iccurately to form lines with 
the corresponding ones o|)posite, from the top !o the bot- 
tom, i. e. not to represent bening bone. 

3. The cuffs with four blind holes, extending from four 
buttons placed across on each. 

4. Two blind holes on the collar, 5 inches long, with two 
buttons on each side 

5. Gilt buttons of the size and insignia furnished the com- 
missary general of purchases from the war department. 

Vests, breeches, and pantaloons — for the field and staff, the 
same as those described for the general staff: and -vests and 
pantaloons, for the officers of the line, the same, except the ist 
and 2d particular articles. 

Stocks and Chapeaus — of the same general description with 
those of the general staff: 

1. Button and loop of the chapeau, yellow. 

2. Black cockade of leather, 4| inches diameter with a 
gold eagle in the centre. A white feather to rise 8 inches ; 
that of the adjutant, white and red. 

Swords — cut and thrust, yellow mounted; with a black or 
yellow t'ripe. 

IVaist Belts — of white leather. 

Sashes — to be worn only on a tour of duty, and round the 
waist. 

Epaulettes — of gold (bullion and strap) according to rank. 
The adjutant, quarter master, and paymaster, to wear a coun- 
ter strap on the opposite shoulder. 

The surgeons and mates, to include garrison surgeons and 
mates, will wear the same uniform except the cape, which is 
of black velvet; the plume black. 

OF THE INFANTRY. 

The same as that pointed out for the officers of artillery, 
with the following exceptions : 

The sword of the sabre fo-m and with mounting silver or 
plated. For the medical staff, small swords. 

Epaulettes, buttons, spurs, buckles, and trimmings, sil- 
ver or plated, and caps may be worn on duty. 



87 

SCHEDULE 

Of the monthly compensation of the Troops of the United 
States, agreeably to the several acts of Congress in force 
on the \st of April, 1813. 







1- 
1 % 














^^ 


? ^ 








RANK OR GRADE. 




<i ^ 


^•«, 


REMARKS 


. 






J'^ 


•2 S 












^o- 












Sii 


^ ^ 


-S.s 










e 


~ s 












f^ 


c?-^ 


^1 








Major general, ^ 


200 


7 


15 








Sec'ry to the general 














commanding the 














army U. States, 


24 


2 




In add. 


to comp. 


in linf. 


Ai(l-(le-carap to a ma- 














jor general. 


24 


2 


4 








Brigadier general, 


104 


5 


12 








Aid-de-caun> to a bri- 














gadier general. 


20 


2 




Do. 


do. 


do. 


Brigade major, 


24 


2 




Do. 


do. 


do. 


Brigade chaplain, 


50 


2 


4 








Judge advocate. 


50 


2 


4 








Adjutant and Inspec- 














tor general. 


104 


5 


12 








Adjutant general. 


90 


5 


6 








Assistant do. do. 


60 


4 


4 








Inspector general. 


75 


4 


6 








Assistant do. do. 


60 


4 


4 








Quarter master gen. 


75 


4 


6 








Deputy do. do. do. 


60 


4 


4 








Assistant dep. do. do. 


40 




3 








Topographs engineer 


, 60 


4 


4 








Assistant do. do. 


40 




3 








Paymaster of army. 


120 












Dep. pa) master gen. 


50 






In add. 


to comp. 


in Iinc> 


Assistant do. do. do. 


30 






Do. 


do. 


do. 


District paymaster,* 


50 


3 


4 


When 


not from 


Lhe line 


Assistant paymaster, 


10 






In add. 


to comp. 


in line 


Regimental paymast.f 


10 


2 




Do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. quarter master. 


10 


2 




Do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. adjutant, 


IC 


2 




Do. 


do. 


do. 


Principal waggon raasl 


. 40 


1 


3 









* When taken from the line, 30 dollars (in addition), pro- 
vided it does not exceed the pay, &:c. of a major. 

t Of the 1st artillery, and 1st and 2d infantry, 40 dol!ai'i> 
ay and 3 rations. 



88 



RANK OR GRADE. 




REMARKS. 



Waggon master, g30 1 2 
Principal forage mast. 40 2 3 
Assistant do. do. 30 1 2 
Conductor of artillery, 30 2 

Principal barrack mast. 40 2 3 
Deputy barrack master, 30 1 2 
Superintendant of ar- 
tificers, 45 1 3 
Assistant do. 30 2 
Master artificers, 30^ Rations 
Aitificers of the corps > in kind 

of that name, 16 J onlj'. 

Special commissary of 

purchases, CO 4 4 

Commissary general 

of ordnance, 75 4 fr 

Assistant do. do. 50 3 7 

Deputy commissary 

of ordnance, 40 1 5 

Assistant do. do do. 30 2 

Wheelwrights, car- '^ Rations 
riage makers and ( rec'able 
blacksmiths, ICf in kind 

Laborers, 9 y only 

Commissary general, 
Superintendant, 
Physician and surgeon 

general, 
Apothecary general. 
Hospital surgeon, 75 2 

Hospl. surgeon's mate, 40 2 
Hospital stewards, 20 

Ward masters, 16 

Surgeons, 45 2 

Surgeon's mates, 30 2 

Professor of natural 
and experimental 
philosophy, 60 3 5 

Assistant do. do. 40 3 

Professor of mathe- 
matics, 50 S 4 
Assistant do. do. 40 3 



li rations per day each 



Of the ordnanee de- 
partment. 

3,000 dollars per ann. 
3,000 do. do. 



2,500 do. 
1,800 do. 



do. 
do. 



^Of the corps of engi- 
neers only. 



S9 



RANK OR GRADE. 




REMARKS. 



Professor of the ai t of 

engineering, § 50 3 4 

Assistant do. do. 40 3 

Teacher of tlie French 

language, 40 3 

Teacher of drawing, 40 3 

Cadet, 16 '2 

Col. (except of cavalry) 75 4 6 
Lt. colonel do. do. 60 3 5 
Maj. (except cavalry), 50 3 4 
Capt. (except cavalry) 40 3 

Fiist lieiit. do. do. 30 2 

Second lieut. do. do. i!5 2 

Third lieul. do. do. 23 2 

Ensign, 20 2 

Serjeant major, 12 

Quar. mast. Serjeant, 12 
Serjeant, 11 

Principal musician, 11 
Corporal, 10 

Musician, 9 

Private, driver, bomba- 
dier, Inatross, sapper 
and miner, 8 

Artificer, saddler, far- 
rier and blacksmith 
not attached to the 
quarter master gene- 
ral's and ordnance c -^ 
depai-tment, 13 J "^ 

Colonel of cavalry, 5§90 5 6 

Lieut, colonel do. 75 4 5 

Major do. 60 4 4 

Captain do. 50 3 3 

First lieutenant do. 33 33 2 2 

Second lieut. do. 33 33 2 2 

Third lieut. do. 30 2 2 

Cornet do. 26 66 2 2 

Riding master do. 26 66 2 2 

Mast.ofthesword, do. 26 66 2 2 



ic2 

■515 



>.0f the corps of engi- 
neers only. 



And forage for the 
light artillery, when 
mounted, the same 
as for light dragoons. 



Pay during the conti- 
nuance of the pre- 
sent war. 



J 

^ Provided they furnish 
their own horses and 
accoutrements, and 
actually keep in ser- 
vice the aforesaid 
)> number of horses, 
to entitle them to 
their forage, or an 
equivalent in money, 
at 8 dollars per 

J horse. 



90 



RANK OR GRADE. 




REMARKS. 



Non-commissioned -s §1 per da) 
officers and pri-f each; 75 cents 
vates of the com- f per day vvith- 
panies of rangers ) out horses. 



' To furnish their own 
rations,arms, equip- 
k ments, and horses. 



Women (in the proportion of 1 to every 17 men) a ration 
in kind, also to matrons and nurses allowed in hospitals. 

Note. — Though forage may be allowed for the number 
of horses noted, yet money in lieu thereof cannot. A distinc- 
tion should therefore be dra-A'n, say forage-money for one 
horse only, to all those of the stuff, who have not been 
entitled, heretofore, to more than ten dollars per month. 
The brigade major, aid to a brigadier, and adjutant, are ex- 
pressly limited to that. The allowance of forage n kind, hay, 
oats, and corn, may be made to as many horses in actual 
service as the War Department directs. 

Commanding officers of separate posts additional rations, 
at the discretion of the President. 

Officers who actually keep waiters not of the army, are al- 
lowed to draw money in lieu of subsistence ; and agreeably to 
the act of the 12th of April, 1808, it will be estimated at twen- 
ty cents per ration. 

Major generals are entitled to six waiters; brigadier gene- 
rals, four; colonels, three: lieutenant colonels, majors, and 
hospital surgeons, two; and all other commissioned officers, 
one each. 

The vouchers required for charges under this allowance and 
the provisionsoftheact of the6th July, 1812, will be, the certi- 
ficate of the officer that he actually employed and kept in ser- 
vice the number of waiters charge<l, not of the army ; and that 
he did not, during the term so charged, keep or employ as 
waiters or servants, soldiers from the line of the armv. 



91 



CLOTHING. 



Cost of an annual suit of each description., calculated at the 
present prices of clothes, S/c. 



INFANTRY CLOTHING: 

Coiit ^6 24^ 

Cap 87* 

Vest ...... 2 8 

Overalls, linen, 2 pair at 92^ cts. each 1 85 
Ditto woollen, 2 pair at ^2 77| cts. 5 55^ 

Frock 1 57| 

Trousers 1 15 

Gaithers 28j 

Shirts, 4 at gl 42 cts. each . . 5 G8 
Stockings, 2 pair at 54 cts. each §1 8 
Socks, 2 do. 10 do. 20 

Shoes, 4 do. 98 do. 3 92 

Blanket 3 

Stock and clasps . . . l4^ 

Cockade and eagle ... 8 J 

8 43 

Feather 35 

Privates 

Musicians . . . 
Serjeants .... 

OLD ARTILLERY CLOTHING: 

Hat 1 

Coat 6 64J 

Vest 2 8 

Overalls, linen, 2 pair at 92^ cents . 1 85 

Ditto woollen, 2 i)airat'g2 77| cts. 5 55^ 
Frock Si 57^ cts. tiwvsers gl 15 cts. 

gaithers 28| i-ts. . . . 3 1| 

Shirts, 4 at gl 42 cts. . . . 5 68 
Stockings, socks, shoes, blanket, stock 

and ciasp, and cockade and eagle 8 43 

Pluaae 15 

Privates 

Musicians .... 
Serjeants . . • . 

DRAGOON CLOTHING: 

Cap 2 50 

Coatee 5 96| 

Vest '28 

Overalls, linen, 2 pair at 92^ cts. . 1 85 
Ditto woollen, 2 pair at S2 77^ cts. 5 55 i 



34 7J 

35 Qsi 

37 47| 



34 41 
36 44 
.37 85 



92 



Frock §1 57 A cts. trowsers gl 


15 cts. 


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gaithers 28J cts. 




3 


H 






Shirts, 4 at §1 42 cts. 




5 


68 






Stockings, socks, shoes, blanket 


, stock 










and clasp, and cockade and eagle 


6 


47 






Plume f say feather) 






35 






One pair boots .... 




6 








Cloak 




13 


75 


53 




Privates . 






22 


Musicians 








55 


n 


Serjeants 


G: 






57 


16 






LIGHT ARTILLERY CLOTHIN 






Cap 




1 








Coat 




6 


21^ 






Vest 




2 


8 






Overalls, linen, 2 pair at 92j cts. 




1 


85 






Ditto woollen, 2 pair at §2 7 


~4 cts. 


5 


55^ 




■ _-"^ 


Frock §1 57^ cts. trowsers gl 15 cts. 










gaithers 28| cts. 




3 


If 






Shirts, 4 at gl 42 cts. 




5 


68 






Stockings, socks, shoes, blanket 


stock 










and clasp, and cockade and eagle 


8 


43 






Feather 


• 


_ 


35 






Privates . 


, 


. 




34 


18 


Musicians 








36 


5 


Serjeants 








37 


59 






RIFLE CLOTHING: 






Cap 


, 


1 


50 






Coat ..... 


, 


6 


21| 






Vest 


, 


2 


8 






Green overalls, fringed, 2 pair at 


S277i 


5 


54f 






Woollen do. 2 pair at §2 77^ . 




5 


55 






Rifle frock .... 




2 


63 






Shirts, 4 at §1 42 cts. 


, 


5 


68 






Stockings, socks, shoes, blanket 


, stock 










and clasp, and cockade and eagle 


8 


43 






Feather . ... 


t 




35 


37 




Privates . 






98^ 


Musicians 




, 


. 


39 


85 


Serjeants 


• 


• 




41 


77 






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NoTE.-^The price of th,e corporal's clothing is the same as 
that of the privates of the respective corps to which they maj 
tfelqng. 



t>J 



PAY AND SUBSISTENCE 

Alloiued in the A'avi/ of the United States to officers and petty 
officers. 



Hank or station. 



Pay per 
month. 



Jlationa 
per day. 



Captain of a vessel of thirty-two guns 
and upwai-ds 



Captain of a vessel of twenty at 

thirty-two gims 
Master commandant 
Lieutenant 

Lieutenant commanding 
Chaplain 
Surgeon . 
Surgeon's mate . 
Master . 
Purser 
Boatswain 
Gunner 
Sail-maker 
Carpenter . 
Midshipman , 
IVIaster's mate 
Captain's clerk 
Boatswain's mate 
CocksM'ain 

Yeoman of the gun room 
Quarter gunner 
Quarter master . 
Carpenter's mate 
Armorer , 
Steward . 
Cooper 

Master-at-arms 
Cook .... 



d under 



Dolls. 
100 

75 
60 
40 
50 
40 
50 
30 
40 
40 
20 
20 
20 
20 
19 
20 
25 
19 
18 
18 
18 
18 
19 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 



JVumber. 



Note. — Whenever any officer shall be employed in the com- 
mand of a squadron on separate service, the allowance of rations 
shall be double during the continuance of such command and no 
longer ; except in the case of the commanding officer of the navy, 
whose allowance, while in service, shall always be at the rate of 
sixteen rations per day, agreeably to an act of congress passed 
the 25th February, 1799, 



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