Tennessee, and will resume command of his regiment. Colonel Hoge will turn over all books, papers, and moneys pertaining to the provost-marshal's office to Colonel Edward Bouton, Fifty-ninth U. S. Colored Infantry.
IX. Colonel Edward Bonton, Fifty-ninth U. S. Colored Infantry, is hereby appointed provost-marshal, District of West Tennessee, vice Colonel G. B. Hoge, relieved.
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By order of Bvt. Major General John E. Smith:
W. H. MORGAN,
Brevet Brigadier-General and Assistant Adjutant-General.
HEADQUARTERS CAVALRY DIVISION, DISTRICT OF WEST TENNESSEE, Numbers 88.
Memphis, Tenn., June 3, 1865.
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I. Major A. J. Davis, of Eleventh Illinois Volunteers Cavalry, will report in person at these headquarters, bringing in with him all the troops at Brownsville, except the two companies of the regiment stationed there.
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By order of Brigadier General B. S. Roberts:
B. K. ROBERTS,
Captain and Assistant Adjutant-General.
Washington City, June 3, 1865.
Send Governor Clark, of Mississippi, to Fort Pulaski. Upon receipt of a copy of this telegram General Gillmore is directed to receive him and hold him in safe custody until further order.
EDWIN M. STANTON,
Secretary of War.
[JUNE 3, 1865.-For Special Orders, Numbers 150, paragraph 8, headquarters Military Division of West Mississippi, directing Major General Gordon Granger, at Mobile, Ala., to report to Major General P. H. Sheridan for duty, see Vol. XLVIII, Part II, p. 745.]
NEW ORLEANS, June 3, 1865.
MY DEAR GRANGER: I will be over to see you if possible in a day or two.
P. H. SHERIDAN,