Numbers 276. - Brigadier General Joseph B. Carr, U. S. Army, commanding Third Division, of operations July 29-31.
Numbers 277. - Colonel Joseph B. Kiddoo, Twenty-second U. S. Colored Troops, Second Brigade, of operations June 15.
Numbers 278. - Colonel Alexander Piper, Tenth New York Heavy Artillery, Chief of Artillery, of operations July 30.
Numbers 279. - Lieutenant Michael Leahy, Battery B, First U. S. Artillery,of operations June 20-26.
Numbers 280. - Brigadier General August V. Kautz, U. S. Army, commanding Cavalry Division, of operations June 15-30.
Numbers 281. - Colonel Robert M. West, Fifth Pennsylvania Cavalry, commanding First Brigade, of operations June 21-30.
Numbers 282. - Lieutenant Colonel George W. Lewis, Third New York Cavalry, of operations June 15.
Numbers 283. - Captain John M. Willson, Third New York Cavalry, of operations June 21-30.
Numbers 284. - Colonel Samuel P. Spear, Eleventh Pennsylvania Cavalry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations June 15-30.
Numbers 285. - Major J. Stannard Baker, First District of Columbia
Numbers 286. - Captain George B. Easterly, Fourth Wisconsin Battery, of operations June 15-17.
Numbers 287. - Lieutenant William P. Powers, Fourth Wisconsin Battery, of operations July 27-30.
Numbers 288. - Lieutenant Dorman L. Noggle, Fourth Wisconsin Battery, of operations July 30-August 1.
Numbers 289. - Captain Amaya L. Fitch, Thirteenth New York Heavy Artillery, commanding U. S. steamer Parke, of operations July 16-17.
Numbers 290. - Brigadier General John J. Abercrombie, U. S. Army, of operations June 20.
Numbers 291. - Captain Christian Woerner, Third New Jersey Battery, of operations June 20.
Numbers 292. - Medals of Honor awarded for distinguished services.
Numbers 293. - General Robert E. Lee, C. S. Army, commanding Army of Northern Virginia.
Numbers 294. - Brigadier General William N. Pendleton, C. S. Army, Chief of Artillery, Army of Northern Virginia.
Numbers 295. - Diary of the First Corps, Army of Northern Virginia.
Numbers 296. - Return of casualties in Bratton's Law's, Adreston's, and Benning's brigades, Longstreet's corps.
Numbers 297. - Colonel George K. Griggs, Thirty-eighth Virginia Infantry, Barton's brigade, including operations June 17-November 17.
Numbers 298. - Captain Benjamin L. Farinholt, Fifty-third Virginia Infantry, of operations June 25.
Numbers 299. - Brigadier General John Bratton, C. S. Army, commanding Bratton's brigade Field's division.
Numbers 300. - Colonel James R. Hagood, First South Carolina Infantry.
Numbers 301. - Colonel James P. Simms, Fifty-third Georgia Infantry, commanding Simms' (Bryan's) brigade, Kershaw's division.
Numbers 302. - Major General Bushrod R. Johnson, C. S. Army, commanding Johnston's division.
Numbers 303. - Captain W. T. Blakemore, Aide-de-Camp, C. S. Army, of operations June 16.
Numbers 304. - Captain William H. Whitner, Assistant Adjutant and Inspector General, C. S. Army, of operations July 30.
Numbers 304. - Major E. Pliny Bryan, Assistant Adjutant-General, C. S. Army, of operations July 14-17.
Numbers 305. - Major General Robert F. Hoke, C. S. Army, commanding Hoke's division, of operations June 24.