War of the Rebellion: Serial 049 Page 0558 OPERATIONS IN N.C., VA.,W.VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter XLI.

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do not know how necessary this regiment is to military operations in the Army of the Potomac, but if it can possibly be spared I should like to see the system of furlough commenced with it at once. It will show the veterans that the Government is in earnest about the furlough.

JAMES B. FRY,

Provost-Marshal-General.

The provost-marshal-general is directed to communicate with the General-in-Chief and other army commanders on the above-mentioned subject.

EDWIN M. STANTON.

[Inclosure.]

Statement of regiments whose term of service expires previous to September 1, 1864.

MAINE.

Officers. Enlisted men.

Number. Present Absent. Present Absent Aggrega Expirati

te on of

present term of

and service.

absent.

Thrid 18 9 317 191 535 June 4,

1864.

Fourth 17 4 375 154 540 June 15,

1864.

Fifth 28 5 305 160 498 June 23,

1864.

Sixth 30 6 414 190 640 June 15,

1864.

Seventh --- --- --- --- 428 August

21,

1864.

Total 93 24 1,411 695 2,641

VERMONT.

Second -- -- -- -- 930 June 20, 1864.

Third -- -- -- -- 709 July 16, 1864.

Total -- -- -- -- 1,639

MASSACHUSETTS.

First -- -- --- --- 613 May 25, 1864.

Seventh 27 6 332 218 583 June 15, 1864.

Tenth 31 4 372 206 613 June 21, 1864.

Eleventh -- -- --- --- 649 June 13, 1864.

Ninth 27 2 532 208 769 June 11, 1864.

Fifteenth 17 7 285 310 619 July 12, 1864.

Sixteenth -- -- --- --- 620 July 12, 1864.

Eighteenth 15 12 375 281 683 August 24, 1864.

Nineteenth 12 17 223 222 474 August 28, 1864.

Twentieth 16 5 249 296 566 July 10, 1864.

Twelfth 15 16 261 377 a 453 June 26, 1864.

Thirteenth -- -- 186 276 462 July 16, 1864.

Total 160 69 2,815 2,394 7,104

a154 conscripts.

RHODE ISLAND.

Second 29 5 518 189 741 June 6, 1864.

Total 29 5 518 189 741