War of the Rebellion: Serial 125 Page 0496 CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.

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[Inclosure.]

The State of Ohio in account with the United States.

DR. CR.

To quota on calls of 67,365 By men furnished

1861 under calls of 79,591

1861

To quota on call of 36,858 By men furnished

July 2, 1862 under call of July 42,031

2, 1862.

To quota on call for 9,214 By recruits for

300,000 nine-months" all arms, 1861 and

men, 36,858, reduced 1862 15,595

to three-years"

standard.

To quota on call of 51,465 By 1 regiment in

1st of February, 1861, for 12

1864, for 500,000 months, reduced to 288

three-years"

standard.

To quota on call of 20,595 By men furnished

14th of March, 1864, from 26th of May

for 200,000. to 31st of 16,472

December, 1863.

By men furnished

from 1st to 31st 5,111

of January, 1864.

185,497 By men furnished

from 1st to 29th 11,254

of February, 1864.

Excess over all call 10,943 By men furnished

on 1st of May, 1864. from 1st to 31st 6,151

of March, 1864.

By re-enlisted

veterans to 15th 18,320

of April, 1864.

By colored troops,

from 1st to 15th 57

of April, 1864.

By men furnished

from 1st to 30th 1,447

of April, 1864.

By seamen in U. S.

naval service to 123

1st of May, 1864.

196,440 196,440

EXECUTIVE MANSION,

Washington, July 15, 1864.

Honorable HORACE GREELEY,

New York:

I suppose you received my letter of the 9th. I have just received yours of the 13th,* and am disappointed by it. I was not expecting you to send me a letter, but to bring me a man or men. Mr. Hay goes to you with my answer to yours of the 13th.

A. LINCOLN.

EXECUTIVE MANSION,

Washington, July 15, 1864.

Honorable HORACE GREELEY:

MY DEAR SIR: Yours of the 13th* is just received, and I am disappointed that you have not already reached here with those commissioners, if they would censent to come on being shown my letter to you of the 9th instant. Show that and this to them, and if they will come on the terms stated in the former, bring them. I not only intend a sincere effort for peace, but I intend that you shall be a personal witness that it is made.

Yours, truly,

A. LINCOLN.

WAR DEPARTMENT, ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE,

Washington, July 15, 1864.

PAYMASTER-GENERAL U. S. ARMY:

SIR: I inclose herewith a copy of an opinion of the Attorney- General dated July 14, 1864,# as to the rates of pay to be allowed colored troops.

The Secretary of War directs that the colored troops in the service of the United States be paid in accordance with the determination of the Attorney-General.

I am, sir, &c.,

E. D. TOWNSEND,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

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*Not found.

#See p. 490.

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