War of the Rebellion: Serial 104 Page 0548 KY.,S.W.VA.,TENN., N. & C.GA.,MISS.,ALA., & W.FLA.

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Camp Butler.

Colonel CHARLES M. PREVOST.

14th Iowa (detachment), Lieutenant Joseph D. McClure.

24th Michigan, Major William Hutchinson.

Camp Douglas.

Bvt. Brigadier General BENJAMIN J. SWEET.

48th Missouri, Colonel Wells H. Blodgett.

8th U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps, Lieutenant Colonel Lewis C. Skinner.

15th U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps, Lieutenant Colonel Martin Flood.

6th U. S. Volunteers, Colonel Carroll H. Potter.

Ohio Light Artillery, 24th Battery, Captain John L. Hill.

Cairo.

Colonel EZRA T. SPRAGUE.

146th Illinois (detachment), Captain George W. Maguire.

42nd Wisconsin, Lieutenant Colonel William W. Botkin.

Quincy.

98th Company U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps (2nd Battalion), Lieutenant Stearns F. Cooper.

Rock Island.

Colonel ANDREW J. JOHNSON.

108th U. S. Colored Troops, Lieutenant Colonel John S. Bishop.

4th U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps, Major Benjamin F. Harris.

Springfield.

146th Illinois, Colonel Henry H. Dean.

DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN.

Lieutenant Colonel BENNETT H. HILL.

30th Michigan, Colonel Grover S. Wormer.

19th United States (detachment), Lieutenant Colonel De Lancey Floyd-Jones.

2nd U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps, Lieutenant Colonel Fabian Brydolf.

137th Company U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps (2nd Battalion), Captain Charles J. Hunt.

DRAFT RENDEZVOUS, JACKSON, MICH.

Bvt. Major General LYSANDER CUTLER.

WAR DEPARTMENT,

Washington City, May 1, 1865.

Major General GEORGE H. THOMAS,

Nashville:

On inquiry I find that your recommendation in respect to Lieutenant Porter was laid over in the Adjutant-General's Office on account of the pressure occasioned by the recent calamity, and not brought to my notice. I have ordered his appointment as requested. In regard to your request for General Steedman to come here to present your views, I would rather hear them from yourself, because I want to see and know personally so good and great soldier that has served his country so well. I hope that before long the condition of affairs may permit your absence. If this should not happen soon, leave will be given to General Steedman.

EDWIN M. STANTON,

Secretary of War.