soldierly bearing and uniform good conduct of the men, have rendered me deeply attached to my corps, and leave it with feelings of profound regret.
H. W. SLOCUM.
HDQRS. DEPARTMENT OF THE OHIO. Numbers 101.
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6. The Tenth Michigan Cavalry and Third Indiana Cavalry are hereby temporarily attached to the Third Division, Twenty-third Army Corps, and will report to Brigadier General J. D. Cox, commanding division.
By command of Major-General Schofield:
HEADQUARTERS FOURTH ARMY CORPS. No. 3.
Loudon, Tenn., April 10, 1864.
In accordance with General Orders, Numbers 5, paragraph II, headquarters Military Division of the Mississippi I hereby assume command of the Fourth Army Corps, relieving Major General Gordon Granger. The distinguished honor of taking command of this corps, unexpected as it is, carries with it a feeling of grave responsibility. From the past noble record under the able and respected commander whom I succeed I anticipate the heartiest co-operation and great success, the legitimate fruit of united efforts. My staff will hereafter be announced. Headquarters will move to-morrow to Cleveland.
O. O. HOWARD.
HEADQUARTERS FOURTH ARMY CORPS. No. 4
Cleveland, Tenn., April 13, 1864
The following-named officers are hereby announced as constituting the staff of the major-general commanding: Lieutenant Colonel J. S. Fullerton assistant adjutant-general and chief of staff; Major C. H. Howard, aide-de-camp and assistant inspector-general; Major T. W. Osborn, chief of artillery; Surg. Alonzo J. Phelps, medical director; Captain Joseph A. Schoeninger, acting chief quartermaster; Captain H. M. Stinson aide-de-camp; Captain D. K Cross, aide-de-camp; Captain E. H. Kirlin, volunteer aide-de-camp and chief of scouts; Captain Henry Kaldenbaugh, provost-marshal; First Lieutenant J. P. Scott, staff quartermaster; First Lieutenant G. W. Freeman, ordnance officer, and, during the temporary absence of Major Osborn chief of artillery, Second Lieutenant F. W. Gilbreth, acting aide-de-camp; Second Lieutenant F. B. Gilman, volunteer aide-de-camp. Reports will be made and business transacted through these officers in accordance with existing orders and regulations.
By command of Major-General Howard:
J. S. FULLERTON
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