War of the Rebellion: Serial 097 Page 1014 N. AND SE. VA., W. VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter LVIII.

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2. Bvt. Major John D. Bertolette, assistant adjutant-general, is hereby relieved from duty with the Third Division, Ninth Army Corps, and will report for duty at these headquarters.

3. Lieutenant Colonel G. M. Barber, commanding One hundred and ninety-seventh Ohio Volunteers, having reported with his regiment, in obedience to orders from headquarters Department of Washington, is hereby ordered to report to Brevet Major-General Hartranft, commanding Third Division, Ninth Army Corps, to which division the regiment is assigned.

By command of Major General John G. Parke:

JNO. C. YOUNGMAN,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF WASHINGTON,

April 29, 1865.

General PARKE,

Alexandria:

Send General Hartranft to report to me at my headquarters at once.

C. C. AUGUR,

Major-General.

HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF WASHINGTON,

TWENTY-SECOND ARMY CORPS,

Washington, D. C., April 29, 1865.

Major-General PARKE,

Commanding District of Alexandria, Alexandria, Va.:

General Humphreys has reported. Will you please send Colonel Dodd, Two hundred and eleventh Pennsylvania Volunteers, and Lieutenant-Colonel McCall, Two hundredth Pennsylvania Volunteers, immediately to report to me at my headquarters.

C. C. AUGUR,

Major-General.

General Hartranft will not return to his division at present.

C. C. A.

WASHINGTON, D. C., April 29, 1865.

Brigadier General J. D. STEVENSON:

Major-General Hancock directs that when the One hundred and fifty-fourth Indiana Volunteers, now en route for Harper's Ferry, arrives your order it to report to Brevet Major-General Brooke for assignment to his division.

C. H. MORGAN,

Brevet Brigadier-General and Chief of Staff.

HEADQUARTERS FIRST SEPARATE BRIGADE,

DEPARTMENT OF WEST VIRGINIA,

Charleston, W. Va., April 29, 1865.

Major E. B. BLUNDON,

Guyandotte, W. Va.:

All rebel soldiers can be either paroled or take the oath, and then be allowed to remain at their homes, if they are not considered dangerous