Governor Morgan, as one of the quota of twenty-five regiments authorized to be reorganized by him. Your offer to furnish a company of artillery is also accepted, subject to the approval of Governor morgan. For the six Parrott rifled cannon you have offered to the Government you will procure transportation to Washington through the Quartermaster's Department. You are directed to report with your regiment and your company of artillery to Major-General McClellan at Washington.
By direction of the President:
Secretary of War.
September 27, 1861.
Have your officers mustered as soon as possible. Give commission at proper date, so that men can be paid for the service they render.
HARRISBURG, September 27, 1861.
Honorable S. CAMEROM,
Secretary of War:
You have forgotten to sen the order; it has not reached me. Please send it, and you will have from Pennsylvania large accessions of force. We send a regiment from here to-day, and expect to average one a day. Answer.
A. G. CURTIN,
Washington, September 27, 1861.
His Excellency ALEXANDER W. RANDALL,
Governor of Wisconsin, Madison:
SIR: The two companies of artillery which you offer are accepted, to serve for three years, or during the war. This acceptance is with the distinct understanding that this Department will revoke the commissions of all officers who may be found incompetent for hat proper discharge of their duties.
THOMAS A. SCOTT,
Assistant Secretary of War.
GENERAL ORDERS, WAR DEPT., ADJT. GENERAL'S OFFICE, Numbers 83.
Washington, September 28, 1861.
I. Hereafter when certificates of disability, in the case of a volunteer, are forwarded to the commander having authority to grant his discharge, they will be accompanied by the blank, referred to in paragraph
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