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GENERAL ORDERS,

HDQRS. DIST OF CENTRAL Kentucky, Numbers 30.

Lexington, Ky., April 10, 1863.

The following-named officers are announced as composing the staff; Of the brigadier-general commanding the district: Lieutenant Colonel Nicolas Bowen, assistant adjutant-general, and chief of staff; Captain Robert A. Hutchins, U. S. Volunteers, assistant adjutant-general; First Lieutenant R. H. Hall, Tenth U. S. Infantry, chief commissary of musters; Lieutenant Colonel O. E. Babcock, assistant inspector-general; Lieutenant Colonel John H. Coale, chief commissary of subsistence; Captain W. W. Van Ness, U. S. Volunteers, acting chief quartermaster and acting aide-de-camp; Lieutenant G. S. Williams, Second Michigan Volunteers, acting assistant chief quartermaster; Surg. John E. McDonald, U. S. Volunteers, medical inspector; First Lieutenant O. M. Dearborn, Third New Hampshire Volunteers, acting chief of ordnance; Captain John Edwards, Jr., Third C. S. Artillery, chief of artillery; Major G. C. Lyon, Seventeenth Michigan Volunteers, chief provost-marshal; Captain T. B. Marsh, Fifty-first New York Volunteers, chief of ambulance corps; First Lieutenant L. C. Brackett, Twenty-eight Massachusetts Volunteers, aide-de-camp; First Lieutenant William Lieutenant Charles A. McKnight, Seventh Michigan Volunteers, acting aide-de-camp.

By command of Brigadier General O. B. Willcox:

NICOLAS BOWEN,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

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GENERAL ORDERS,

HDQRS. DIST. OF CENTRAL Kentucky, Numbers 32.

Lexington, Ky., April 13, 1863.

General Orders, Numbers 30, from these headquarters, announcing the staff of the brigadier-general commanding the district, is corected to read as follows: Lieutenant Colonel Nicolas Bowen, assistant adjutant-general and chief of staff; Captain Robert A. Hutchins, U. S. Volunteers, assistant adjutant-general; First Lieutenant R. H. Hall, Tenth U. S. Infantry, chief commissary of musters; Lieutenant Colonel O. E. Babcock, assistant inspector-general; Lieutenant Colonel John H. Coale, chief commissary of subsistence; Captain W. W. Van Ness, U. S. Volunteers, acting chief quartermaster and acting aide-de-camp; First Lieutenant G. S. Williams, Second Michigan Volunteers, acting assistant quartermaster; Surg. George G. Shumard, U. S. Volunteers, medical director; Surg. John E. McDonald, Seventy-ninth New York Volunteers, medical inspector; First Lieutenant O. M. Dearborn, Third New Hampshire Volunteers, acting chief of ordnance; Captain John Edwards, Jr., Third U. S. Artillery, chief of artillery; Major G. C. Lyon, Seventeenth Michigan Volunteers, chief provost-marshal; Captain T. B. Marsh, Fifty-first New York Volunteers, chief of ambulance corps; First, Lieutenant L. C. Brackett, Twenty-eighth Massachusetts Volunteers, aide-de-camp; First Lieutenant William V. Richards, Seventeenth Michigan Volunteers, aide-de-camp; First Lieutenant Charles A. McKnight, Seventh Michigan Volunteers, acting aide-de-camp.

By command of Brigadier General O. B. Willcox:

NICOLAS BOWEN,

Assistant Adjutant-General and Chief of Staff.

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