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GENERAL ORDERS,

HDQRS.1ST DIV., 16TH ARMY CORPS,

On Board Steamer Albert Pearce, No. 62.

November 28, 1864.

The transport carrying the troops, of this division will move up the Cumberland River in the following order: First, Albert Pearce, division headquarters; second, Havana, First Brigade headquarters; third, James Raymond; fourth, Julia, Second Brigade headquarters; fifth, Lilly Martin; sixth, Maggie Hayes; seventh, Victory; eighth, Marmora; ninth, Camelia, Third Brigade headquarters; tenth, River Cloud.

The Maggie Hayes will be temporarily detached from the above order, but will not interfere with the order of the remainder of the fleet. A strict adherence will be observed by the transports in regard to the signals and instructions in General Orders, No. 18, headquarters Right Wing, Sixteenth Army, Corps, dated Steamer Arago, November 26, 1864.

By command of Brigadier General J. McArthur:

W. H. F. RANDALL,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

GENERAL ORDERS,

HDQRS. 3rd DIV., 16TH ARMY CORPS,

On Board Steamer Wananita, No. 23.

November 28, 1864.

On signal from headquarters boat the transports conveying the troops of the Third Division, Sixteenth Army Corps, will move out into the stream in the following manner: First, fifth, Omaha; sixth, Olive; seventh, Silver Lake; eighth, Kate Kearney; ninth, Spray; tenth, Mollie McPike; eleventh, Prairie State; twelfth, Victory. The boats will continue to move as directed in the above order to their destination. Orders will be communicated by signals, as furnished in General Orders, No. 18, from headquarters Right Wing, Sixteenth Army Corps, current series.

By order of Colonel David Moore:

JAMES B. COMSTOCK,

Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.

CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO., November 28, 1864.

Major-General PLEASONTON:

I have ordered one of the cavalry companies from Cape Girardeau to Caruthersville, and a company of six-months' Enrolled Missouri Militia from Jackson to New Madrid. I will go down to New Madrid to-morrow, and perhaps on to Caruthersville, to superintend the establishment of the post.

H. M. HILLER,

Lieutenant-Colonel, Commanding.

SPECIAL ORDERS,

HEADQUARTERS DISTRICT OF ROLLA, No. 213.

Rolla, Mo., November 28, 1864.

In compliance with instructions of November 28, 1864, from headquarters Department of the Missouri, the undersigned hereby assumes command of the district until the arrival of Brigadier-General Ewing.

A. SIGEL,

Colonel Fifth Missouri State Militia Cavalry.