War of the Rebellion: Serial 104 Page 0830 KY., S. W. VA., TENN., N. &C. GA., MISS., ALA., & W. FLA.

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Ga. Mr. Griffin is authorized to use the Government buildings at Andersonville, and pledges himself to keep the premises in thorough repair until relieved by the proper U. S. authorities. Mr. Griffin will be careful that the head-boards of the graves are not disturbed.

By command of Brevet Major-General Wilson:

E. B. BEAUMONT,

Major and Assistant Adjutant-General.

ATLANTA, May 18, 1865.

Major-General WILSON:

Battle and Dunplap have reported here. Shall I arrest them? The archives of Tennessee are at Buzzard Roost on the Southwestern Railroad; weight about 3,500 pounds. Will they be sent here?

E. UPTON,

Brevet Major-General.

HDQRS. CAVALRY CORPS, MIL. DIV. OF THE MISSISSIPPI,

Macon, Ga., May 18, 1865.

Brevet Brigadier-General WINSLOW,

Atlanta, Ga.:

While not needed by the State, you are authorized to retain the mules and wagons to be employed on the railroad. Do not allow the citizens to suffer, however, for the want of transportation for their supplies.

By order of Brevet Major-General Wilson:

E. B. BEAUMONT,

Major and Assistant Adjutant-General.

HDQRS. CAVALRY CORPS, MIL. DIV. OF THE MISSISSIPPI,

Macon, Ga. May 18, 1865.

Brigadier-General WINSLOW,

Commanding Fourth Division, Cavalry Corps:

GENERAL: Your letter of May 17 is received. General Wilson has telegraphed to General Grover asking him to send you what axes he may have on hand for work on the railroad. You can make whatever contract you think necessary for bridges, and the general says if the quartermaster's department refuses to pay, we can run the road on Government account and pay for the bridges ourselves. You can probably build a better bridge than you can contract for, and perhaps it is the best portion left. General Wilson is ordered to remain in Georgia with the portion left to garrison the State.

By command of Brevet Major-General Wilson:

E. B. BEAUMONT,

Major and Assistant Adjutant-General.

EASTPORT, May 18, 1865.

Major General GEORGE H. THOMAS,

Commanding Department of the Cumberland:

Your dispatches of the 18th are received. Moreland's regiment of cavalry Roddey's brigade, is being paroled at Iuka to-day. The Nineteenth Tennessee Cavalry is now at Corinth to be paroled. A number or irregular bands have surrendered at this place. There are, however