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Numbers 73.-Lieutenant. Colonel Job R. Parker, Forty-eighth Ohio Infantry.

Numbers 74.-Colonel Joseph R. Cockerill, Seventieth Ohio Infantry.

Numbers 75.-Major Ezra Taylor, First Illinois Light Artillery, Chief of Artillery, Fifth Division.

Numbers 76.-Captain Samuel E. Barrett, Battery B, First Illinois Light Artillery.

Numbers 77.-Lieutenant John A. Fitch, Battery E, First Illinois Light Artillery.

Numbers 78.-Brig. General B. M. Prentiss, U. S. Army, commanding Sixth Division.

Numbers 79.-Colonel Francis Quinn, Twelfth Michigan Infantry, commanding Sixth Division.

Numbers 80.-Colonel David Moore, Twenty-first Missouri Infantry (of the First Brigade).

Numbers 81.-Lieutenant. Colonel Humphrey M. Woodyard, Twenty-first Missouri Infantry.

Numbers 82.-Lieutenant. Colonel Robert T. Van Horn, Twenty-fifth Missouri Infantry.

Numbers 83.-Colonel Benjamin Allen, Sixteenth Wisconsin Infantry.

Numbers 84.-Colonel Alexander Chambers, Sixteenth Iowa Infantry (of the Second Brigade).

Numbers 85.-Colonel Hugh T. Reid, Fifteenth Iowa Infantry (not brigaded).

Numbers 86.-Lieutenant. Colonel Quin Morton, Twenty-Third Missouri Infantry.


Numbers 87.-Major-General Don Carlos Buell, U. S. Army, commanding Army of the Ohio, with congratulatory orders.

Numbers 88.-Surg. Robert Murray, Medical Director, with return of casualties.

Numbers 89.-Captain J. H. Gilman, Nineteenth U. S. Infantry, Inspector of Artillery.

Numbers 90.-Brig. General Alexander McD. McCook, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division.

Numbers 91.-Brig. General Lovell H. Rousseau, U. S. Army, commanding Fourth Brigade.

Numbers 92.-Colonel Thomas T. Crittenden, Sixth Indiana Infantry.

Numbers 93.-Major John H. King, Fifteenth U. S. Infantry, commanding battalion of Fifteenth and Sixteenth U. S. Infantry.

Numbers 94.-Captain Peter T. Swaine, Fifteenth U. S. Infantry.

Numbers 95.-Captain Edwin F. Towsend, Sixteenth U. S. Infantry.

Numbers 96.-Major Stephen D. Carpenter, Nineteenth U. S. Infantry.

Numbers 97.-Colonel William H. Gibson, Forty-ninth Ohio Infantry, commanding Sixth Brigade.

Numbers 98.-Colonel August Willich, Thirty-second Indiana Infantry.

Numbers 99.-Colonel Thomas J. Harrison, Thirty-ninth Indiana Infantry.

No. 100.-Major William Wallace, Fifteenth Ohio Infantry.

No. 101.-Lieutenant. Colonel Albert M. Blackman, Forty-ninth Ohio Infantry.

No. 102.-Captain William R. Terrill, Fifth U. S. Artillery, Chief of Artillery, Second Division.

No. 103.-Brig. General William Nelson, U. S. Army, commanding Fourth Division.

No. 104.-Colonel Jacob Ammen, Twenty-fourth Ohio Infantry, commanding Tenth Brigade, with diary of his march from Nashville.

No. 105.-Colonel William Grose, Thirty-sixth Indiana Infantry.

No. 106.-Lieutenant. Colonel Nicholas L. Anderson, Sixth Ohio Infantry.

No. 107.-Lieutenant. Colonel Frederick C. Jones, Twenty-fourth Ohio Infantry.

No. 108.-Colonel William B. Hazen, Forty-first Ohio Infantry, commanding Nineteenth Brigade.

No. 109.-Colonel Gideon C. Moody, Ninth Indiana Infantry.

No. 110.-Colonel Walter C. Whitaker, Sixth Kentucky Infantry.

No. 111.-Lieutenant. Colonel George S. Mygatt, Forty-first Ohio Infantry.

No. 112.-Colonel Sanders D. Bruce, Twentieth Kentucky Infantry, commanding Twenty-second Brigade.

No. 113.-Colonel David A. Enyart, First Kentucky Infantry.

No. 114.-Colonel Thomas D. Sedgewick, Second Kentucky Infantry.

No. 115.-Lieutenant. Colonel Charles S. Hanson, Twentieth Kentucky Infantry.

No. 116.-Lieutenant. Colonel Edwards M. McCook, Second Indiana Cavalry.