HDQRS. FIRST DIVISION CAVALRY, DEPARTMENT OF THE CUMBERLAND, Numbers 5
Lenoir, Tenn., June 17, 1865.
The Second Brigade of this division is temporarily discontinued, and the troops composing it are disposed of and will report for orders as follows: Commanding officer Eleventh Michigan Cavalry to Colonel L. S. Trowbridge, Tenth Michigan Cavalry, commanding First Brigade. Commanding officers Eleventh and Twelfth Kentucky Cavalry to Colonel John K. Miller, Thirteenth Tennessee Cavalry, commanding Third Brigade.
By order of Brevet Major-General Gillem:
EDWARD S. RICHARDS,
HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF KENTUCKY,
Louisville, Ky., June 17, 1865.
Major General GEORGE H. THOMAS,
I avail myself of you permission to be absent a few days. Brigadier-General Hobson will be here until my return.
JOHN M. PALMER,
HDQRS. ARMY OF THE TENNESSEE, Numbers 75. Louisville, Ky., June 17, 1865.
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IV. The attention of corps commanders is invited to the frequent irregularities committed by troops from this army while in the city of Louisville. Every precaution must be taken to guard against the repetition of the disorders of yesterday. The post commander reports that detachments from this army in the city with their arms attacked and overpowered his guards. Hereafter no soldier will be permitted to enter the city except under pass from his division commander. He must present a soldierly appearance and wear his side-arms. If he abuses the liberty granted him, all passes will be refused him while the army remains in the neighborhood of Louisville. All passes will expire at sundown.
V. Company E, Fourteenth Wisconsin Infantry Volunteers, is hereby relieved from duty with the First Regiment Missouri Engineer Volunteers, and will forthwith report to the commanding general Department of the Gulf, at New Orleans, La., for transportation to its regiment. Corps commanders will also relieve al officers and men of that regiment on duty with their commands, and order them to report to the commanding officer of Company E without delay. The quartermaster's department will furnish the necessary transportation.
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By command of Major General John A. Logan: