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caught in the bush under arms. General Sears will be sent up in a few days. His wound is troubling him and he is not now in a condition to move.

R. W. JOHNSON,

Brevet Major-General.

CHICAGO, ILL., June 12, 1865- 12 m.

Major General JOHN A. LOGAN,

Commanding Army of the Tennessee, Louisville, Ky.:

As soon as the troops are paid send one brigade of infantry to General Pope, at Saint Louis, and one division of not less than 5,000 men to General Reynolds, at Little Rock, Ark. They will go without transportation. To facilitate their going select the brigade and division at once and have them paid first.

U. S. GRANT,

Lieutenant-General.

GENERAL ORDERS,

HDQRS. THIRTEENTH ARMY CORPS, Numbers 12.

Mobile, Ala., June 12, 1865.

By authority of the major-general commanding the Department of the Gulf, Brigadier General T. Kilby Smith, U. S. Volunteers, is assigned to the command of the Post and District of Mobile, relieving Bvt. Major General C. C. Andrews, U. S. Volunteers. The District of Mobile will include Forts Morgan and Gaines, with their dependencies. The following-named troops will report to the commanding general of the post and district for duty: First Brigade, Second Division, Sixteenth Army Corps; Ninety-sixth U. S. Colored Infantry, Ninety-seventh Colored Infantry, Thirty-first Massachusetts (mounted) Infantry, four companies First Indiana Heavy Artillery.

By order of Major-General Granger:

F. W. EMERY,

Major and Assistant Adjutant-General.

GENERAL ORDERS,

HDQRS. THIRTEENTH ARMY CORPS, Numbers 13.

Mobile, Ala., June 12, 1865.

Lieutenant Colonel J. G. Chandler, U. S. Volunteers, is announced as chief quartermaster of the corps, vice Lieutenant Colonel A. N. Shipley, resigned.

By order of Major-General Granger:

F. W. EMERY,

Major and Assistant Adjutant-General.

SPECIAL ORDERS,

HDQRS. THIRTEENTH ARMY CORPS, Numbers 73.

Mobile, Ala., June 12, 1865.

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2. The Third Brigade, First Division, and the Second Division will be held in readiness to embark on transports at an hour's notice. Four days' rations will be cooked and retained until embarkation. Forty rounds of ammunition will be taken. One wagon to each 200 men and one ambulance to each regiment will be allowed. The troops will not go in light marching order, but all surplus stores and baggage will be permanently turned in.

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