War of the Rebellion: Serial 100 Page 0680 OPERATIONS IN N. C., S. C., S. GA., AND E. FLA. Chapter LIX.

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X. To report for duty to Major General Q. A. Gillmore, commanding Department of South Carolina: Brigadier and Bvt. Major General A. Ames, Brigadier General J. T. Croxton, and Brigadier and Bvt. Major General Charles Devens.

XI. To report for duty to Major General J. B. Steedman, commanding Department of Georgia: Major General James H. Wilson, Brigadier and Bvt. Major General J. H. King, and Brigadier General J. D. Stevenson.

XII. To report for duty to Major General J. G. Foster, commanding Department of Florida: Brigadier General J. Newton and Brigadier General B. Alvord.

XIII. To report for duty to Major General H. W. Slocum, commanding Department of Mississippi: Major General P. J. Osterhaus, Brigadier and Bvt. Major General M. F. Force, Brigadier General Charles Ewing, and Brigadier and Bvt. Major General J. W. Davidson.

XIV. To report for duty to Major General C. R. Woods, commanding Department of Alabama: Brig and Bvt. Major General B. H. Grierson, Major General H. E. Davies, and Brigadier General G. A. De Russy.

XV. To report for duty to Major General E. R. S. Canby, commanding Department of LouisiaGeneral C. C. Doolittle and Brigadier and Bvt. Major General T. W. Sherman.

XVI. To report for duty to Major General H. G. Wright, commanding Department of Texas: Major General A. J. Smith, Major General F. Steele, Major General David S. Stanley, Major General J. A. Mower, Major General Wesley Merritt, Major General G. A. Custer, Brigadier and Bvt. Major General G. A. Smith, and Brigadier and Bvt. Major General A. Gibbs.

XVII. To report for duty to Major General J. J. Reynolds, commanding Department of Arkansas and the Indian Territory: Major General T. J. Wood, Brigadier and Bvt. Major General A. S. Williams, Brigadier and Bvt. Major General H. J. Hunt, Brigadier and Bvt. Major General E. A. Carr, and Brigadier General C. H. Morgan.

XVIII. To report by letter for duty to Major General Irvin McDowell, commanding Department of California: Brigadier and Bvt. Major General Edwart M. McCook.

XIX. All officers now on duty in the Military Division of the Pacific will remain on duty will relieved by proper orders. All other general officers not named in this order, except those commanding colored troops, those on staff duty, and those specially detailed in orders from the War Department, will be relieved without delay, and their names reproted to the Adjutant-General of the Army. Officers herein assigned who are on duty under special assignment by the War Department, will report by letter to their department commanders, and also to the Adjutant-General, stating the nature of their present service, number and date of order.

XX. Thirty days' leave of absence is hereby granted to all general officers relieved by this order.

By command of Lieutenant-General Grant:

E. D. TOWNSEND,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

GENERAL ORDERS,

WAR DEPT., ADJT. GENERAL'S OFFICE, Numbers 131.

Washington, July 28, 1865.

By direction of the President of the United States the following army corps are discontinued as organizations:

Second, from June 28, 1865; Fourth, from August 1, 1865; Fifth, from June 28, 1865; Sixth, from June 28, 1865; Seventh, from August 1, 1865; Eighth, from August 1, 1865; Ninth, from July 27, 1865; Tenth,