War of the Rebellion: Serial 106 Page 0505 Chapter LXII. CORRESPONDENCE - UNION AND CONFEDERATE.

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Should anything suggest itself to you as necessary in addition to what is here mentioned please inform me.

I am, colonel, with much respect, your obedient servant,

J. R. WEST,

Brigadier-General, Commanding.

[Inclosure.] SPECIAL ORDERS,

HEADQUARTERS DISTRICT OF ARIZONA, Numbers 35.

Hart's Mill, Tex., June 29, 1863.

I. Company A, First Infantry California Volunteers, with rations to the 15th proximo, will proceed to Fort Thorn, N. Mex., and await further orders. The company will go prepared for active field service against the Indians, unencumbered with any surplus baggage.

By order of Brigadier General Joseph R. West:

JOSEPH F. BENNETT,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

Abstract from return of the Department of the Pacific, Brigadier General George Wright, U. S. Army, commanding, for June 30, 1863.

Pieces

Present for duty. of artillery.

Command. Offic Men Aggreg Aggrega Heavy Field

ers ate te

presen present

t and

absent

General 15 1 16 17 - -

headquarters

California 46 1,018 1,345 1,553 174 8

District of 63 893 1,175 1,283 - 6

Oregon

(Alvord)

District of 20 190 335 387 - 1

Humboldt

(Lippitt)

District of 47 857 1,065 1,226 - 6

Utah (Connor)

District of 41 678 912 1,043 - 1

Southern

California

(Forman)

Total 232 3,637 4,848 5,509 174 22

Including San Francisco, the Presidio, Fort Point, Alcatraz Island, Benicia Barracks and Arsenal, Fort Crook, Camp Union, and Camp Baker, Oreg.

Organization of troops in the Department of the Pacific, Brigadier General George Wright, U. S. Army, commanding, June 30, 1863.

PRESIDIO OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.

Lieutenant Colonel CALEB C. SIBLEY.

9th United States (five companies).

Native California Cavalry Battalion, Company A.

FORT POINT, CAL.

Bvt. Major GEORGE P. ANDREWS.

9th United States, Company I.

3rd U. S. Artillery, Battery B.

ALCATRAZ ISLAND, CAL.

9th United States, Companies G and K.

3rd U. S. Artillery, Batteries D, H, and I.

BENICIA BARRACKS, CAL.

Colonel HENRY M. BLACK.

2nd California (six companies).

6th California, Company A.

BENICIA ARSENAL, CAL.

Captain JULIAN McALLISTER,

Detachment of Ordnance, U. S. Army.

FORT CROOK, CAL.

Captain HENRY B. MELLEN,

2nd California Cavalry, Company C.

CAMP UNION, NEAR SACRAMENTO, CAL.

Captain AUGUSTUS W. STARR.

1st California Cavalry, Company M.

2nd California Cavalry, Company F.

CAMP BAKER, OREG.

Captain WILLIAM KELLY.

1st Oregon Cavalry, Company C.