June 3, 1862.- North Carolina, west of the Blue Ridge, embraced in the Confederate Department of East Tennessee.
5, 1862.- Action at Tranter's Creek.
21, 1862.- Confederate Department of North Carolina extended to the south bank of the James River.
24, 1862.- Reconnaissance from Washington to Tranter's Creek.
July 6, 1862.- Major-General Burnside sails with re-enforcements for the Army of the Potomac, leaving Brigadier General John G. Foster in command of the Department of North Carolina.
9, 1862.- Capture of Hamilton.
17, 1862.- Major General D. H. Hill, C. S. Army, assigned to command of the Department of North Carolina.
24-28, 1862.- Expeditions from New Berne to Trenton and Pollocksville, &c.
26, 1862.- Skirmish at Mill Creek, near Pollocksville.
26-29, 1862.- Reconnaissance from Newport to Young's Cross-Roads, and skirmish 27th.
28, 1862.- Expedition from Batchelder's Creek, on Neuse River Road.
August 14-15, 1862.- Reconnaissance from Newport to Swansborough.
FEBRUARY 8, 1862.- Battle of Roanoke Island, N. C.
Numbers 1.- Brigadier General Ambrose E. Burnside, U. S. Army, with congratulatory orders.
Numbers 2.- Lieutenant Daniel W. Flagler, U. S. Ordnance Department.
Numbers 3.- Surgeon William H. Church, U. S. Army, Acting Medical Director.
Numbers 4.- Brigadier General John G. Foster, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade, with sketch.
Numbers 5.- Captain Daniel Messinger, Acting Aide-de-Camp.
Numbers 6.- Lieutenant C. Cushing Eyre, First New York Marine Artillery.
Numbers 7.- Lieutenant James H. Strong, Aide-de-Camp.
Numbers 8..- Lieutenant James A. Hedder, First New York Marine Artillery.
Numbers 9.- Lieutenant James M. Pendleton, Aide-de-Camp.
Numbers 10.- Lieutenant Colonel albert W. Drake, Tenth Connecticut Infantry.
Numbers 11.- Colonel John Kurtz, Twenty-third Massachusetts Infantry.
Numbers 12.- Colonel Thomas G. Stevenson, Twenty-fourth Massachusetts Infantry.
Numbers 13.- Colonel Edwin Upton, Twenty-fifth Massachusetts Infantry.
Numbers 14.- Colonel Horace C. Lee, Twenty-seventh Massachusetts Infantry.
Numbers 15.- Brigadier General Jesse L. Reno, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade.
Numbers 16.- Captain Montgomery Ritchie, Aide-de-Camp.
Numbers 17.- Lieutenant Colonel Alberto C. Maggi, Twenty-first Massachusetts Infantry.
Numbers 18.- Lieutenant Colonel Charles A. Heckman, Ninth New Jersey Infantry.
Numbers 19.- Colonel Edward Ferrero, Fifty-first New York Infantry.
Numbers 20.- Colonel John F. Hartranft, Fifty-first Pennsylvania Infantry.
Numbers 21.- Brigadier General John G. Parke, U. S. Army, commanding Third Brigade.
Numbers 22.- Colonel Isaac P. Rodman, Fourth Rhode Island Infantry.
Numbers 23.- Major General Benjamin Huger, C. S. Army, with correspondence.
Numbers 24.- Brigadier General Henry A. Wise, C. S. Army, with correspondence.
Numbers 25.- Colonel H. M. Shaw, Eighth North Carolina Infantry.
Numbers 26.- Captain James M. Whitson, Eight North Carolina Infantry.
Numbers 27.- Colonel John V. Jordan, Thirty-first North Carolina Infantry.
Numbers 28.- Lieutenant Colonel Wharton J. Green, Second North Carolina Battalion.
Numbers 29.- Major H. W. Fry, Forty-sixth Virginia Infantry.
Numbers 30.- Lieutenant Colonel Frank P. Anderson, Fifty-ninth Virginia Infantry.
Numbers 31.- Major G. H. Hill, C. S. Army, commanding Fort Bartow.
Numbers 32.- Captain John S. Taylor, C. S. Army, in charge of heavy artillery.
Numbers 33.- Report of Investigating Committee Confederate House of Representatives.