Brigadier General THOMAS J. McKEAN.
Colonel J. L. DORAN.
21st Missouri, Lieutenant Colonel H. M. Woodyard.
25th Missouri, Lieutenant Colonel R. T. Van Horn.
16th Wisconsin, Major Thomas Reynolds.
17th Wisconsin, Lieutenant Colonel A. G. Malloy.
Colonel J. M. OLIVER.
15th Michigan, Major Stephen Walsh.
18th Missouri, Lieutenant Colonel McDermott.
18th Wisconsin, Captain C. H. Jackson.
Colonel M. M. CROCKER.
11th Iowa, Lieutenant Colonel William Hall.
13th Iowa, Captain G. M. Van Hosen.
15th Iowa, Lieutenant Colonel William Dewey.
16th Iowa, Lieutenant Colonel A. H. Sanders.
Captain A. HICKENLOOPER.
2nd Illinois, Battery F, Lieutenant C. D. Bliss.
1st Minnesota Battery, Lieutenant William Pfaender.
3rd Ohio Battery, Captain W. S. Williams.
55th Ohio Battery Lieutenant L. C. Sawyer.
10th Ohio Battery, Captain H. B. White.
11th Illinois, Colonel Robert G. Ingersoll.
May 1, 1862-7 p. m.
Honorable E. M. STANTON, Secretary of War:
Everything progressing well. Weather clear and pleasant. General Halleck has organized his army. General Thomas is in command of the right wing. General Grant as second in command of the whole force, but under Halleck. General McClernand is in command of reserved forces.
THOMAS A. SCOTT,
Assistant Secretary of War.
GENERAL ORDERS, HDQRS. ARMY OF THE TENNESSEE,
No. 50. Pittsburg, Tenn., May 1, 1862.
In compliance with Special Field Orders, Numbers 35, from general headquarters, the undersigned takes command of the Army of the Tennessee, including the reserve, under Major General J. A. McClernand.
All reports of the right wing and the reserve will be consolidated at the headquarters of each respectively, and forwarded to these headquarters. All orders heretofore in force will continue so until otherwise directed.
U. S. GRANT,
SPECIAL ORDERS, HDQRS. ARMY OF THE TENNESSEE.,
No. 70. In Field, Shiloh, Tenn., May 1, 1862.
3. Brigadier General Thomas J. McKean is hereby relieved from the com-