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Abstract from return of the Department of New Mexico, Brigadier General, James H. Carleton, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of May, 1865.

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General headquarters 24 -- 25 26 -- --

Albuquerque -- 32 36 60 -- 4

Fort Bascom 4 137 155 322 -- --

Fort Craig 4 155 171 241 2 13

Fort Cummings 1 58 60 81 -- --

Fort Marcy 1 6 7 17 -- 2

Fort McRae 1 52 61 79 -- --

Fort Selden 5 141 156 272 -- --

Fort Stanton 4 85 103 161 -- --

Fort Sumner 7 285 311 434 -- 4

Fort Union 8 147 188 606 2 4

Union Depot 1 5 6 6 -- --

Fort Wingate 2 116 133 144 -- --

Franklin 2 123 133 231 -- --

Los Pinos -- 31 34 43 -- --

In the field 9 253 262 262 -- --

En route 2 93 95 95 -- --

Total 75 1,719 1,936 3,080 4 27

GENERAL ORDERS,

HDQRS. MIL. DIV. OF THE SOUTHWEST, Numbers 2.

New Orleans, La., June 1, 1865.

The following-named officers are hereby announced as composing the staff of the major-general commanding the Military Division of the Southwest, and will be obeyed and respected accordingly: Chief of staff, Brigadier General J. W. Forsyth, Adjutant-General's department: Lieutenant Colonel F. C. Newhall, assistant adjutant-general; Major E. B. Parsons, assistant adjutant-general; Major George Lee, assistant adjutant-general. Inspector-general's department; Bvt. Brigadier General G. A. Forsyth, acting assistant inspector-general; Major T. W. C. Moore, acting assistant inspector-general. Engineer department: Bvt. Major George L. Gillespie, Corps of Engineers, chief engineer; Bvt. Major Vanderbilt Allen, Corps of Engineers. Medical department: Bvt. Lieutenant Colonel J. T. Ghiselin, surgeon, U. S. Army, medical director. Quartermaster's department: Colonel C. G. Sawtelle, assistant quartermaster, U. S. Army, chief quartermaster; Captain A. J. McGonnigle, assistant quartermaster, U. S. Army. Subsistence department: Colonel M. P. Small, commissary of subsistence, U. S. Army, chief commissary of subsistence. Provost-marshal-general's department: Bvt. Brigadier General F. T. Sherman, acting provost-marshal-general. Signal corps: Captain O. H. Howard, U. S. Signal Corps, chief signal officer. Aides-de-camp: Bvt. Lieutenant Colonel Joseph O'Keeffe, aide-de-camp: Bvt. Colonel H. H. Young, acting aide-de-camp, chief of scouts; Bvt. Major M. W. Sheridan, aide-de-camp; Bvt. Major Lawrence Kip, acting aide-de-camp.

By command of Major-General Sheridan:

F. C. NEWHALL,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

GENERAL ORDERS,

HDQRS. MIL. DIV. OF THE SOUTHWEST, Numbers 3.

New Orleans, La., June 1, 1865.

In order to facilitate the shipment of cotton from Louisiana and Texas, all commanding officers in Texas and Louisiana west of the