Asboth and davis for their services and support, and to each and all the troops who march with them to Tennessee.
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VII. The Fourth Division, Colonel E. A. Carr, will not commence crossing White River until further orders.
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By command of Major-General Curtis:
H. Z. CURTIS,
HDQRS. MISSOURI STATE MILITIA, Numbers 14. Saint Louis, Mo., May 10, 1862.
Information has been received that voluntary associations of irresponsible persons have presumed to decide that certain State officers are disqualified buy disloyalty or other cause from holding their officers, and have threatened to displace them and take their offices by force. Such persons and hereby notified that the acts which they threaten will not be tolerated. Disloyal office-holders, if any exist, will be displaced or suspended by the proper authorities upon the production of satisfactory evidence of their character, but any interference by persons not legally authorized to act in the premises will be regarded and treated as a serious offense against law and order.
By orders of Brigadier-General Schofield:
C. W. MARSH,
Abstract from Return of the Department of Kansas, Brigadier General James G. Blunt, U. S. Army, commanding, for May 10, 1862.
Present for duty.
Command. Officer Men. Aggrega Aggrega Remark
s. te te s.
Department 19 . 19 19 No
headquarters, Fort return
Fort Kearny, Nebr. 5 120 183 350 from
Fort Laramie, 7 83 107 129 Tenth
Fort Learned, 2 37 59 64 Kansas
Fort Leavenworth 38 751 976 1,039 Infant
and Leavenworth, ry.
Fort Randall, 8 233 289 295 No
Fort Riley, Kans. 158 3,143 3,703 4,518 return
Fort Scott, Kans. 67 1,654 1,895 2,204
Fort Wise, Colo. 3 30 49 51
Ohio City, Kans. 21 466 519 544
Paola, Kans. . . . .
Springfield, Mo. 27 519 604 746
Total. 355 7,036 3,402 9,950