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No. 10.-Colonel Oscar La Grange, First Wisconsin Cavalry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations March 22-April 17.

No. 11.-Captain Joseph B. Williams, Second Indiana Cavalry, of operations April 1-16.

No. 12.-Lieutenant Colonel Horace P. Lamson, Fourth Indiana Cavalry, of operations April 14-21.

No. 13.-Colonel Wickliffe Cooper, Fourth Kentucky Cavalry, of operations March 22-April 20.

No. 14.-Major Andrew S. Bloom, Seventh Kentucky Cavalry, of operations April 12-20.

No. 15.-Lieutenant Colonel Henry Harnden, First Wisconsin Cavalry, of operations March 22-April 21.

No. 16.-Brigadier General Eli Long, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division, of operations March 22-April 2.

No. 17.-Colonel Robert H. G. Minty, Fourth Michigan Cavalry, commanding Second Division, of operations April 2-20.

No. 18.-Colonel Abram O. Miller, Seventy-second Indiana (Mounted) Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations April 1-2.

No. 19.-Colonel Jacob G. Vail, Seventeenth Indiana (Mounted) Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations April 2.

No. 20.-Lieutenant Colonel Edward Kitchell, Ninety-eighth Illinois (Mounted) Infantry, of operations April 1-2.

No. 21.-Captain Owen Wiley, One hundred and twenty-third Illinois (Mounted) Infantry, of operations April 1-2.

No. 22.-Colonel Jacob G. Vail, Seventeenth Indiana (Mounted) Infantry, of operations April 1-2.

No. 23.-Lieutenant Colonel Frank White, Seventeenth Indiana (Mounted) Infantry, of operations April 2 and 20.

No. 24.-Lieutenant Colonel Chester G. Thomson, Seventy-second Indiana (Mounted) Infantry, of operations April 1-2.

No. 25.-Colonel Robert H. G. Minty, Fourth Michigan Cavalry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations March 31-April 2.

No. 26.-Lieutenant Colonel Horace N. Howland, Third Ohio Cavalry, commanding Second Brigade.

No. 27.-Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin D. Pritchard, Fourth Michigan Cavalry, of operations April 2 and 17-18.

No. 28.-Major Darins E. Livermore, Third Ohio Cavalry, of operations April 1-2.

No. 29.-Captain William W. Shoemaker, Fourth Ohio Cavalry, of operations April 1-2.

No. 30.-Lieutenant Colonel James F. Andress, Seventh Pennsylvania Cavalry, of operations April 2.

No. 31.-Captain George I. Robinson, Chicago Board of Trade Battery, Illinois Light Artillery, of operations March 22-April 20.

No. 32.-Bvt. Major General Emory Upton, U. S. Army, commanding Fourth Division, of operations March 19-April 21.

No. 33.-Bvt. Brigadier General Edward F. Winslow, Fourth Iowa Cavalry, commanding First Brigade, of operations March 21-April 20.

No. 34.-Colonel John W. Noble, Third Iowa Cavalry, of operations March 21-April 21.

No. 35.-Lieutenant Colonel John H. Peters, Fourth Iowa Cavalry, of operations March 21-April 22.

No. 36.-Bvt. Brigadier General Andrew J. Alexander, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade, of operations March 22-April 20.

No. 37.-Colonel J. Morris Young, Fifth Iowa Cavalry, of operations March 22-April 16.

No. 38.-Medals of Honor awarded for distinguished services under Resolution of Congress, No. 43, approved July 12, 1862, and section 6 of Act of Congress approved March 3, 1863.

No. 39.-Brigadier General Daniel W. Adams, C. S. Army, commanding District of Alabama, of operations April 11-13.

No. 40.-Captain Aaron B. Hardcastle, C. S. Army, of operations April 4.