and will there be met by a staff officer to show them their new campaign ground. Immediately upon the arrival there, all wagons taken by them not belonging to the brigade will be sent back to this camp.
By order of Brigadier General J. D. Cox, commanding the camp:
G. M. BASCOM,
HDQRS. ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, Numbers 93.
Washington, October 9, 1861.
4. Slocum's brigade is assigned to Franklin's division, and will be reported accordingly.
9. The Cameron Guard, Pennsylvania Volunteers, will, with as little delay as practicable, proceed to Alexandria and report for duty to Brigadier-General Montgomery, relieving the Fifth New Jersey Volunteers, which, upon being so relieved, will repair to this city and report to Brigadier-General Casey for orders.
10. The Twenty-first Pennsylvania Volunteers will, with as little delay as practicable, join Peck's brigade, relieving the Sixth New Jersey Volunteers, which, upon being so relieved, will repair to this city and report to Brigadier-General Casey for orders.
11. The following-named regiments will constitute a brigade, to be commanded by Brigadier General Silas Casey, volunteer service, who will also continue his present duties as commander of provisional brigades: Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth New Jersey Volunteers.
12. The Twenty-fifth New York Volunteers is relieved from duty in McDowell's division, and will join F. J. Porter's division with as little delay as practicable.
By command of Major-General McClellan:
HEADQUARTERS KANAWHA BRIGADE, Numbers 26.
Camp Lookout, October 9, 1861.
The brigade will march to-morrow to the camp near Hawk's Nest, and the following order of march will be strictly observed by the commandants of regiments and detachments. The general will be sounded at 6 a. m., at which time tents will be struck, baggage packed, all fires extinguished, and the train take its place in the road in the following order: First, baggage of Captain Simmonds' artillery; second, headquarters baggage; this, baggage of Second Kentucky Volunteers; fourth, bagage of Eleventh Ohio; fifth, baggge of Twenty-sixth Regiment; sixth, baggage of Pfau's cavalry and McMullin's howitzer battery seventh, baggage of the rear guard.
By order of Brigadier General J. D. Cox, commanding:
G. M. BASCOM,