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Table of quotas.*

[Composition of the regiments and proportion of general staff officers omitted.]

Major- Brigadi Regimen Total Total Aggrega

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Maine ... ..... 1 37 743 780

New .... ..... 1 37 743 780

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Vermont .... ..... 1 37 743 780

Massach .... .... 2 74 1,486 1,560

usetts

Rhoe .... .... 1 37 743 780

Island

Connect .... .... 1 37 743 780

icut

New 2 .... 17 649 2,631 13,280

York

Pennsyl 2 4 16 612 11,888 12,280

vania

New ... 4 4 151 2,972 3,123

Jersey

Delawar .... ..... 1 37 743 780

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Marylan ..... 1 4 151 2,972 3,123

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Virgini .... .... 3 111 2,229 2,340

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North .... .... 2 74 1,486 1,560

Carolin

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Tenness .... ..... 2 745 1,486 1,560

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Arkansa .... .... 1 37 743 780

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Kentuck .... 1 4 151 2,972 3,123

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Missour .... 1 4 151 2,972 3,123

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Illinoi .... 1 6 225 4,458 4,683

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Indiana .... 1 6 225 4,458 4,683

Ohio 1 3 13 494 9,659 10,153

Michiga .... .... 1 37 743 780

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Wiscons ..... .... 1 37 743 780

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Iowa .... .... 1 37 743 780

Minneso .... .... 1 37 743 780

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Total 5 17 94 3,549 69,842 73,391

pennsylvania quota reduced, by telegram of April 16, to fourteen regiments.

The rendezvous for your State will be: Maine, Portland; New Hampshire, Portsmouth; Vermont, Burlington; Massachusetts, Boston; Rhode Island, Providence; Connecticut, New Haven; New York, New York, Albany, Elmira; Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Harrisburg; New Jersey, Trenton; Delaware, Wilmington; Maryland, Frederick City, Baltimore; Virginia, Staunton, Wheeling, Gordonsville; North Carolina, Raleigh; Tennessee; Knoxville, Nashville; Arkansas, Little Rock; Kentucky, Lexington; Missouri, Saint Louis; Illinois, Springfield, Chicago; Indiana, Indianapolis;Ohio, Columbus, Cleveland; Michigan, Detroit; Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Iowa, Keokuk; Minnesota, Saint Paul.

I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

SIMON CAMERON,

Secretary of War.

SPECIAL ORDERS,

WAR DEPT., ADJT. GENERAL'S OFFICE, Numbers 106.

Washington, April 15, 1861.

The officers named below are detailed to muster into the service of the United States for the States and at the stations set opposite their

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*Under this call the men furnished were as follows: Maine, 771; New Hampshire, 779; Vermont, 782; Massachusetts, 3,736; Rhode Island, 3,147; Connecticut, 2,402; New York, 13,906; New Jersey,3,123; Pennsylvania, 20,175; Delaware, 7754; Virginia (western), 900; Ohio, 12,357; Indiana,m 4,686; Illinois, 4,280; Michigan, 781; Wisconsin, 817; Minnesota, 930; Iowa, 968; Missouri, 10,591. In additional to the above the District of Columbia furnished 4,720, and the State of Kansas 650, making a grand total of 91,816.

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