are also directed to cause the arrest of the following-named persons, if they can be found within the limits of this command, viz: Surgeon White, C. S. Army, late surgeon in charge of prisoners at Andersonville, Ga., Captain Wirz, C. S. Army, late commanding prisoners at Andersonville, Ga., Hospital Steward Robinson, C. S. Army, late steward of prisoners at Andersnoville; Captain woods, C. S. ARmy, late commanding prisoners at Millen, Ga.
By order of Brigadier General I. Vogdes:
S. L. McHENRY,
Captain and Assistant Adjutant-General.
Washington, june 13, 1865.
Major Gwn. W. T. SHERMAN, U. S. Army,
The order is nokt yet issued, It waits the President's decision on some minor details not affecting your command. Your headquarters will be at Saint Louis.
E. D. TOWNSEND,
RICHMOND, VA., June 13, 1865
Major General J. M. SCHOFIELD:
Very unexpectedly to myself I have been assigned to the command of the Department of Virginia, and I have come here to assume command.
ALFRED H. TERRY,
RALEIGH, June 13, 1865.
Major General ALFRED H. TERRY,
Your dispatch is received, and I congratulate you on your welldeserved assignment to a department command.
J. M. SCHOFIELD,
HDQRS. DEPT. OF NORTH CAROLINA,, ARMY OF THE OHIO, Numbers 84.
Raleigh, N. C., June 13, 1865.
The time has arrived when I must bid farewell to many of my old comrades of the Army of the Ohio, and doubtless the time will soon come when we all must separate. It is a farewell tinged with no feeling of sadness, save for the loss of our brave comrades who have fallen. Our throughts at parting are of duty faithfully done, of hardships and dangers bravely met, of batters fought and victories won, of our glorious Union saved from destruction and more firmly re-enstablished on the basis of freedom for all, of dear homes and friends to which we are returning, rendered tenflod more dear by the price it has cost us to preserve them, and of the grateful welscome that awaits us among our friends and contrymen.