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Numbers 27.*

Numbers 28.+

Numbers 29.++

Numbers 30.@

Numbers 32.

Accounts division, Section C. QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL'S OFFICE, Washington, D. C., October 31, 1865.

The following is a statement of the amounts paid Epifanio Aguirre during the months from July 1, 1864, to June 30, 1865 as taken from the money accounts of Major H. M. Enos for that period, viz:**


Colonel, Quartermaster's Dept., in Charge of Ninth Division.

Numbers 33. QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL'S OFFICE, Washington, D. C., May 10, 1865.

Bvt. Brigadier General D. C. McCALLUM,

Director and General Manager Military Railroads, United States:

(Through Colonel Parsons, Division of Rail and River Transportation.)

GENERAL: A very large number of troops will be sent within the next twenty days from this vicinity to their respective States to be there mustered out of service. The several railway companies should be advised to prepare for the movement.

Troops for the West and Southwest will probably move by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad to the Ohio River, which will be used as far as possible for transportation by steam-boat of troops destined for the country bordering on the Ohio and for points south of the Ohio.

Troops for Saint Louis, Mo., and Kansas will probably go down the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad west.

Troops for Central Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois will go by Bellaire, Columbus, Indianapolis, and so on west.

Troops for Central Pennsylvania and New York, by the Northern Central Railway to Harrisburg and Elmira.

Troops for Eastern New York, New Jersey, and New England, by


*For special report of Colonel L. B. Parsons of the transportation of the Twenty third Army Corps from the Tennessee to the Potomac (here omitted), see Series I, Vol. XLVII, Part II. p. 214.

+For report of Colonel L. B. Parsons of movements on the Western rivers and railroads during the war (here omitted), see Series I, Vol. LII, Part I, p. 704.

++For General Orders, Numbers 17, Quartermaster-General's Office, March 16, 1865 (here omitted) see Vol. IV, this series, p. 1239.

@ For General Orders, Numbers 18, Quartermaster-General's Office, March 16, 1865. (here omitted), see Vol. IV, this series, p. 1241.

// For General Orders, Numbers 29, Quartermaster-General's Office, May 9, 1865 (here omitted), see p. 16, ante.

** Details omitted. The total amount was $138,177.89.