110, Captain Dygert; company of sharpshooters, 70, Captain Willett; company of sharpshooters, 50, Captain Mather; company of sharpshooters, 70m Captain I. Brown, jr.
SAINT LOUIS, January 10, 1862.
Honorable EDWARD BATES,
Irretrievable ruin to remove troops from Missouri. See to it.
H. R. GAMBLE,
Governor of Missouri.
January 11, 1862.
SIR: Do not settle the accounts of the Pacific Railroad or any other railroad built by grant of lands from the United States until you have fully examined the question of the rights of the Government on roads built in that manner.
THOMAS A. SCOTT,
Assistant Secretary of War.
HEADQUARTERS OF THE ARMY, ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, Numbers 3.
Washington, January 11, 1862.
* * * * *
II. Officers detailed for the volunteer recruiting service, under General Orders, Numbers 105, of 1861, are to recruit for their own regiments, respectively, and not for the general volunteer service. They will, however, be under the direction of the general superintendent.
The full number of officers indicated for recruiting service need not be detailed if a less number will suffice to fill up the several regiments. The selections will be made by the colonels, and the order for detail given by commanders of departments or corps d'armee.
By command of Major-General McClellan:
Wheeling, Va., January 11, 1862.
I send you a statement of volunteer forces raised under authority of this State for U. S. service. You will see the first six infantry regiments are complete. The Seventh, Eighth, and Eleventh nearly so. The Ninth and Tenth are filling up and will probably be finished by the 1st of March next. The Twelfth and Thirteenth are intended to be East Virginia regiments. The First and Second Cavalry are complete;