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major-general commanding the military division. One six-mule wagon to each 200 men and one ambulance to each regiment will be taken. Five days' subsistence and forty rounds of ammunition to the man will be carried.

2. The Third Brigade and the artillery of the First Division are temporarily detached from the division, and will report to Brevet Major-General Andrews, commanding Post and District of Mobile.

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By order of Major-General Granger;

F. W. EMERY,

Major and Assistant Adjutant-General.

GENERAL ORDERS,

HDQRS. FIRST Brigadier, FIRST DIV.

THIRTEENTH ARMY CORPS, Numbers 22.

Mobile, Ala., May 26, 1865.

By direction of the major-general commanding Thirteenth Army Corps the command of the First Brigade, First Division, Thirteenth Army Corps, is hereby turned over to Lieutenant Colonel J. A. McLaughlin, Forty-seventh Indiana Veteran Volunteer Infantry.

By order of Brigadier General J. R. Slack:

W. F. CHURCH,

Captain and Assistant Adjutant-General.

HEADQUARTERS THIRTEENTH ARMY CORPS,

Mobile, Ala., May 26, 1865

Bvt. Major General C. C. ANDREWS,

Commanding Post and District:

GENERAL: The major-general commanding desires that you place one company of infantry at Whistler, and if the two companies Twenty-ninth Illinois which were posted there yesterday have been withdrawn, one company at Citronelle. They will be charged with protecting people and property at those points.

Respectfully, your obedient servant,

F. W. EMERY,

Major and Assistant Adjutant-General.

HEADQUARTERS THIRTEENTH ARMY CORPS,

Mobile, Ala., May 26, 1865.

Brigadier General WILLIAM P. BENTON,

Baton Rouge, La.;

Your division is under orders for immediate field service.

By order of Major-General Granger:

F. W. EMERY,

Major and Assistant Adjutant-General.

HEADQUARTERS THIRTEENTH ARMY CORPS,

Mobile, Ala., May 26, 1865.

Colonel D. P. GRIER,

Commanding Third Division:

COLONEL: By direction of the major-general commanding you will hold your command in readiness to take the field at two hours' notice.