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XIII. The hour for tattoo will be fixed daily. The signal for taps will be quarter of an hour after tattoo, after which perfect silence will be observed.

XIV. At night a camp or alarm guard will be on duty in each regiment or battalion, the sentinels to be relieved at least every hour.

XV. All commissioned officers will give their personal attention to the enforcement of what is prescribed above. They will anticipate neglects, and by reasonable and prudent efforts prevent their occurrence.

By order of Brigadier General C. C. Andrews:


Assistant Adjutant-General.


Barrancas, March 10, 1865.

I. This command will march with camp and garrison equipage at daylight (5.30 o'clock) to-morrow morning. Reveille will be sounded at 4.30 o'clock; breakfast will be in readiness immediately after reveille.

II. The Second Brigade will march in the advance, and will furnish an advance guard. The artillery will march between the brigades. The Third Brigade, in the rear, will furnish one regiment as rear guard, which will be in rear of the supply train. The regimental wagons proper will follow the brigades to which they belong.

III. Regiments that have received orders for soft bread will exchange them for hard bread. Those who have received flour and have not portable bakeries, or means to bake in portable bakeries, will exchange their flour for hard bread at once.

IV. Teams sufficient to carry seven days' rations now on hand will be sent to each regiment, and the rations will be loaded at once. Three days' rations will be carried in the haversack.

By order of Brigadier General C. C. Andrews:


Assistant Adjutant-General.


HDQRS. DISTRICT OF WEST FLORIDA, No. 57. Barrancas, March 10, 1865.

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10. Colonel L. L. Zulavsky, Eighty-second U. S. Colored Infantry, having reported for duty and being the senior officer in the Third Brigade, First Division, will assume command, relieving Colonel E. W. Woodman, Second Maine Cavalry, who will take command of his regiment pending the receipt of orders from Major-General Canby relative to the disposition of troops in this command.

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By command of Brigadier-General Asboth:


First Lieutenant and Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.


New Orleans, La., March 10, 1865.

Captain J. W. LOWELL,

Chief of Artillery, Commanding Artillery Brigade:

CAPTAIN: The major-general commanding directs that you move with the balance of your brigade, with five days' rations and transportation,