Numbers 129. -Lieutenant Colonel John J. Baker, Nineteenth Michigan Infantry, of operations September 4-December 21.
Numbers 130. -Lieutenant Colonel Edward Bloodgood, Twenty-second Wisconsin Infantry.
Numbers 131. -Colonel Samuel Ross, Twentieth Connecticut Infantry, commanding Third Brigade.
Numbers 132. -Lieutenant Colonel Philo B. Buckingham, Twentieth Connecticut Infantry.
Numbers 133. -Lieutenant Colonel Elisha Doane, Thirty-third Massachusetts Infantry, of operations September 5-December 21.
Numbers 134. -Lieutenant Colonel Lester B. Faulkner, One hundred and thirty-sixth New York Infantry.
Numbers 135. -Lieutenant Colonel Edwin H. Powers, Fifty-fifth Ohio Infantry.
Numbers 136. -Lieutenant Colonel Samuel H. Hurst, Seventy-third Ohio Infantry, of operations September 2-December 21.
Numbers 137. -Lieutenant Colonel Frederick C. Winkler, Twenty-sixth Wisconsin Infantry, of operations September 4-December 21.
Numbers 138. -Major John A. Reynolds, First New York Light Artillery, commanding Artillery Brigade, of operations September 2-December 21.
Numbers 139. - Captain Charles E. Winegar, Battery I, First New York Light Artillery, of operations September 2-December 21.
Numbers 140. -Lieutenant Edward P. Newkirk, Battery M, First New York Light Artillery, of operations SEPTEMBER 2-December 21.
Numbers 141. -Lieutenant Jerome B. Stephens, Battery C, First Ohio Light Artillery, of operations September 2-December 21.
Numbers 142. -Captain Thomas S. Sloan, Battery E, Pennsylvania Light Artillery, of operations September 2-December 21.
Numbers 143. -Brigadier General Judson Kilpatrick, U. S. Army, commanding Third Cavalry Division.
Numbers 144. -Colonel Eli H. Murray, Third Kentucky Cavalry, commanding First Brigade.
Numbers 145. -Lieutenant Colonel Fielder A. Jones, Eighth Indiana Cavalry.
Numbers 146. -Capts. Joseph T. Forman and Robert M. Gilmore, Second Kentucky Cavalry.
Numbers 147. -Lieutenant Colonel Robert H. King, Third Kentucky Cavalry.
Numbers 148. -Colonel Oliver L. Baldwin, Fifth Kentucky Cavalry.
Numbers 149. -Colonel Thomas J. Jordan, Ninth Pennsylvania Cavalry.
Numbers 150. -Colonel Smith D. Atkins, Ninety-second Illinois Mounted Infantry, commanding Second Brigade.
Numbers 151. -Lieutenant Colonel Matthew Van Buskirk, Ninety-second Illinois Mounted Infantry.
Numbers 152. -Colonel George S. Acker, Ninth Michigan Cavalry.
Numbers 153. -Colonel Thomas T. Heath, Fifth Ohio Cavalry.
Numbers 154. -Colonel William D. Hamilton, Ninth Ohio Cavalry.
Numbers 155. -Lieutenant Colonel Thomas W. Sanderson, Tenth Ohio Cavalry.
Numbers 156. -Captain Yates V. Beebe, Tenth Wisconsin Battery.
Numbers 157. -Major General Joseph Wheeler, C. S. Army, commanding Cavalry Corps.
Numbers 158. -Major General Gustavus W. Smith, C. S. Army, commanding First Division, Georgia Militia, of operations October 12-November 30, including engagement at Honey Hill, S. C.
Numbers 1. Reports of Major General William T. Sherman, U. S. Army, commanding Military Division of the Mississippi. HDQRS. MILITARY DIVISION OF THE MISSISSIPPI, In the Field, Savannah, Ga., December 22, 1864.
DEAR GENERAL: I take great satisfaction in reporting that we are in possession of Savannah and all its forts. At first I proposed to extend across the river above the city from Slocum's left, but the enemy