will take command of the post of Shelbyville upon his arrival there. In the absence of Lieutenant-Colonel Stauber, Captain James F. Rogers, Forty-second Regiment Missouri Volunteer Infantry, will command the post garrison.
III. Upon the arrival of Company F, Forty-second Regiment Missouri Volunteer Infantry, at McMinnville, Captain Lewis will relieve the detachment of the Twenty-ninth Michigan Infantry, and order it to join the regiment immediately at Anderson, Tenn.
IV. Major John Wortham, Fifth Regiment Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry, is hereby relieved from duty as post commander at Shelbyville. After transferring all books and papers pertaining to said post to Lieutenant-Colonel Stauber, Forty-second Regiment Missouri Volunteer Infantry, Major Wortham will join his regiment for duty, taking with him all members of his regiment serving at Shelbyville.
V. The Forty-seventh Regiment Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry is hereby assigned to the Second Brigade, Defenses Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, and will report to Bvt. Brigadier General N. A. M. Dudley, U. S. Volunteers, for duty.
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VIII. The commanding officer of the Forty-third Regiment Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry will send fifteen men additional to each of the following block-houses: Normandy, north of Tullahoma, and Poor Man's Creek, first south of Tullahoma. These men will be used as engineers in completing those houses. Carpenters will be detailed as far as practicable. When the houses are completed these thirty men will return to their original garrisons.
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By command of Major-General Milroy:
JNO. O. CRAVENS,
HDQRS. DISTRICT OF EAST TENNESSEE, Numbers 58.
Knoxville, Tenn., March 15, 1865.
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VIII. The Twelfth Ohio Cavalry will move from here to-morrow and encamp to-morrow night at Strawberry Plains and there await orders from the major-general commanding. The quartermaster's department will furnish one wagon to the above regiment for the transportation of forage from the depot to camp.
By command of Major-General Stoneman:
G. M. BASCOM,
HDQRS. SECOND Brigadier (ARTY. RESERVE),
FOURTH DIVISION, 23rd ARMY CORPS, Numbers 61.
Knoxville, Tenn., March15, 1865.
I. In compliance with Special Orders, Numbers 57, headquarters District of East Tennessee, the command of the post and defenses of Knoxville, the Twenty-first Ohio Battery, Twenty-second Ohio Battery, Eleventh Michigan Battery,* and Henshaw's Illinois battery, is turned
*Battery L, First Michigan Light Artillery.