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Dallas, Alexander J.
VI) 41 | Goethals, George W.

54 Dapray, John A. VII 77 Goode, George W

(1) 54 Darr, Francis J. A.. III 54 Gorgas, William C.

(IV Davis, Enoch 48 Graham, William M.

(IV) 41 Davis, Jefferson C.

(XIII) 41 Grasse, Count De.. Dean, Alexander T

(II) 48 77 Green, John

(I) 61 Decker, Theodore- -(X) 41, (IX) 77 Griffin, Eugene

(I) 41 Defrees, Thomas M. III 41 Grover, Cuvier

(I 61 De Russy, Gustavus A.

(IV 41 Grumley, Edward I.De Russy, Isaac D.-

(VI) 77 (V) 41 Devens, Charles--(I, II) 11, 21, (II) 56, Hall, Christopher T.

-(VIII) 77 (X) 69, 73, 83 Haller, Granville 0

(X 41 Devol, Carroll A.

-(X) 41

Hammond, William A -(X, XII 41 Dickinson, Walter M.

* (I) 54
Hancock, David P.

-(XIV) 41 Dodd, George A (II) 41 ' Harlow, Frank S.

(XI 41 Dodge, Francis S. -(VII, XIII) 41 Harmon, Millard F (III) 54, (VII) 77 Dodge, R. I

82 Haughey, James A.. Drum, Richard C..

-(III) 77 77 Hayes, R. B.

16 Du Bois, John V.

(XIV) 41

Hearn, Lawrence J Ducat. jr., Arthur C.

VII) 77 (XI) 41 Hegewald, Johu F. C.

77 Dunning, Samuel W (III) 54 Heiner, Robert G

41 Heintzelman, Samuel P. 30,

41 Eads, James B

(VI) 58
Hodges, Charles L

77 Ebert, Rudolph G. (IV) 77 Holmes, Samuel N.

41 Edwards, Charles M.

(XV) 41 Holton, Frederick D. Edwards, Eaton A (VII) 77 Honeycutt, John T

41 Edwards, Frank A 41 Hooker, Joseph.

41 Eltonhead, Francis E. 77 Hovey, Henry W

77 English, William.

41 Howard, Charles A Erwin, James B.

-(V) 77 -(I) 54 Howard, 0.0.

84 Evarts, Wm M.

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Howell, Charles W
Ewing, Evarts S.

-(I) 41 (III) 77 Howgate, H. W

-(1) 34

Hubert, Edgar Fanshawe

(III) 54 (IT) 11 Hughes, William N

(IX 41 Febiger, George L.

41 Humphrey, Charles F.

(XII)

41 Fiebeger, Gustav J

(II) 41
Hunt, Henry J.

84 Finley, Clement A..

41

Hunt, Lewis C Finley, Leighton.

-(I) 61 (IX, XI

41 Hunter, Charles H. Fisk, Walter L--

(IV) 54 41

Hunter, Edward_Fitzgerald, Jenkins A.

(II) 41 (XIV) 41 Fletcher, jr., Joshua S. 41 Ilges, Guido

(XI) 41 Floyd, Daniel H (VI) 41 Ingalls, James M.

(II) 77 Foley, Jerry

(IV) 55 ! Irvine, Robert J.C. Foster, James E. H

(İX) 41

41 Franklin, William B..

57 Jackson, Richard H Fremont, Francis P.

(III) 77 41 Jacob, jr., Richard T

-(V) 41 French, H. F

(1) 56, 69

Jaquett, George PFrench, J. Hansell.

-(I) 77 41 Jones, Thaddeus W. French, Thomas H.

-(III) 41 41

Johnston, Robert E. French, William E. P

-(XIV) 41 -(VIII) 41 French, William H.

VIII) 77
Kautz, General

73 Fulton, David C (VIII) 57 Kelley, Moses J

-(XI) 41 Kelton, John C.

77 Gaines, William

(HI 34
Kiddoo, Joseph B.

(IX) Gardiner, John W. T..

-(XIV) 41 Kilpatrick, Andrew E.. Gasmann, Hans J.. (XV 41 King, William S.

77 Gates, J. Granville -(VI) 41, (IX) 77 Kingsbury, Charles P. Gerlach, William

-(XIII) 41 41 Kingsbury, Frederick W

41 Gibbs, Eugene B- --(VII, XIII 41 Kinsman, John H Gibson, Frank M.

(XII) 41 Gibson, Robert J.

Ladley, Oscar D.

(XV) 41 Gibson, William W

-(XI) Landon, Henry H Gillen, Paul E.

(VIII) 77

Langton, see Wright and Langton---- 11 Gillmore, General. -(XXI) 58 Larned, Charles T.

(I) 77 Gittings, Erskine

(IX 77 Lee, A. Nisbet--Glassford, William A

(XIV) 41 -(VII) 41 Lee, Arthur T..

(XIII) 41

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Leeper, jr., Matthew

-(XII) 41
Palmer, Alfred M.

VII 77 Lemly, Henry R. (IV 41 Palmer, John M

57 Lewis, Granville

(XII) 41

Parker, James Lindesmith, Eli W.J

41 -(V) 77 Parker, Leopold 0.

41 Lloyd, Edward -(VI) 77 Parker, Montgomery D

41 Lockwood, Daniel W -(I) 41 Parker, Theophilus

(XIII)

41 Lockwood, John A..

(VI) 77

Partello, Joseph M. T Loder, Richard_

-(VIII) 41 (IV) 41 Patch, Alexander M.

-(II) 77 Loud, John

III) 41 Phillips, Henry J.Love, John

-(XIV) 41

57 Phillips, S. F Loveridge, Wilbur.

-(I, II) 11, 73 (II) 54 Lugenbeel, Pinkney

Pierce, Francis E

(IV) 41 (I) 61 Plummer, Satterlee C

IX) 41 Lydecker, Garrett J (I) 41 Polk, General...

VI) 57 Lynch, Edward.. (V) 41 Porter, Samuel A.

(XIV 41

Powell, Joseph F MacMahon, Martin T

-(VII) 41 VIII) 57

Powell, P. P. Macomb, Montgomery M.

-(I) 55, (V) 77 -(IV) 41

Prince, HenryMacomber, John H

-(XI) 41 -(V) 77 Mackenzie, R. S

84 Rafferty, William C.. Mallery, John C

-(II) 54 -(I) 41 Ramsey, Alexander Mason, jr., John S

-21, 59, 83 (VIII) 41 Randolph, John F. Maus, Marion P

-(XIV) 41 -(IV) 41

Reed, Harvey D McAdam, William T.

--(X) 41 (V) 77

Rendlebrock, Joseph. McBlain, John F

(XII) 41 -(V) 77 Reno, Marcus A. McClure, Charles.

(XV) 41 -(IV, IX) 77 Reynolds, Alfred

(III) 77 McCook, A. McD.

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Reynolds, Bainbridge.

41 McCoy, Frank B. -(VII) Rice, Frank S..

41 McCoy, J. Espy-(VIII) 41 Riley, Thomas F.

77 McCreery, George-(VII) 41 Roberts, Charles W.

57 McGrath, Hugh J (I) 54 Roberts, Harris L..

III 54 McNeill, Edwin -.(XIII) 41 Robinson, Thomas B.

VI 41 Mercer, William A.. (VI) 77 Rochambeau, Count De

(II 48 Merchant, Charles S. -XIII) 41 Roder, John W

(IV) 41 Merriam, Lewis.

(III) 77 Rogers, James S. Merrill, William E

(IV) 54 -(XII) 58 Rosecrans, Byron

(XII)

55 Merritt, Charles W. -(XV) 41 Rosencrantz, Fredrik

(XV 41 Miles, N. A.

84 Ross, Samuel

(IX

77 Miller, Wentz C. (XII) 41 Rousseau, David Q

(XV 41 Miltimore, Alonzo E.

(XII) 41 Rucker, Francis D. Moffatt, William..

-(IX) 41 (VI) 77 Ruffner, Ernest H

(I) 41 Moon, jr., Henry B.

(IV) 54 Ruggles, George D Moore, Alexander H

(I) 77 -(XII) 41 Rombough, David J.

(II) 54 Morgan, Daniel

-(I) 46

Runcie, James E.. Morgan, George H.

-(XI) 41 -(I) 54 Morrow, Albert P.

82 Safford, Robert E. Mott, Wallace..

(XV) 41 (III) 77 Sage, Corwin Murray, Cunliffe H.

(VI) 77 41 Sands, George H.

L(I) 54 Myer, Albert J

-63, (V, VIII, IX) 77 Sands, James H Myers, John E

(XII) 41 -(II) 77 Satterlee, Richard S

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77

Sears, Clinton B. Neide, Horace

-(I) 41 -(III) 77 Schofield, John M.

84 Neill, Thomas H... (I) 61 ' Schroeder, Henry A

(II) 54 Nesmith, Louis A.

IX) 77 Schue, Eugene D Newton, John.

(VII) 41 IX) 41

Scott, Albert B. Newton, Richard C

(III) 54 -(VII) 41 Scott, William S.

-(I) 54 Noon, Alonzo A.. -(IX) 55 Sharpe, Henry G.

(III) 54 Norton, Charles C.. -(XIII) 41 Shaw, John J.

-(VI) 77 Shelton, Edwin H.

(XIV) 41 O'Brien, Martin E

-(II) 41
Sherman, James L

(XIV) 41 O'Brien, Michael (X) 41 Sherman, John.

(I) 56, (IX) 69 Ord, jr., Edward 0. C.

(x) 41
Simpson, James H.

(XI 41 O'Reilly, Luke:

(XV) 41 Sloan, William J. Orleman, Louis H.

-(XIII) 41 (VII) 41 Slocum, Stephen L'H

(IX 41 Otis, Elwell S. -(VI) 41 Smead, A. D. Bache

(XII) 41 Otis, George A. -(I) 77 Smith, Allen..

77 Oyster, Joseph S. -(II) 77 | Smith, Charles S

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Smith, Leslie
Smith, Robert E.
Squiers, Herbert G.
Steele, Horace B..
Steen, Enoch
Stewart, Joseph.
Stone, Ebenezer W
Storrow, Samuel A
Strolbrand, Vasa E
Strong, Frederick S.
Strong, Norton
Strother, Lewis H
Stuart, Sidney E
Summers, John E.
Sykes, George

Tate, Daniel L.
Taylor, Alexander H. M.
Taylor, Arthur W
Terrett, Colville P
Thom, George
Thompson, James
Thompson, John C
Thompson, Richard E.
Thompson, William A.
Thornburgh, Thomas T.
Tidball, J. C
Torrey, Zerah W.
Touey, Timothy A
Towler, Reginald II.
Townsend, Curtis McD.
Townsend, E. D
Travis, Pierce M. B.
Treadwell, Thomas J.
Trimble, Joel G..
Trippe, Percy E

77 Wainwright, Robert P. P. (XII 41

Waite, Henry DeH. VII 77 Walker, Henry P. -(XI, XV 41 Walker, John P..

(XIV) 41 Ward, Henry C. -(IV, XI) 41

Washington, General
-(VI) 41 Waters, Basil N
(XIV 41 Waters, William E
-(IX) 41 Watson, James W

54 Wayman, Samuel P
IV 77 Weaver, Francis H.

41 Webb, George W

54 Webber, Edwin H

.(I) 77 Weir, William B. -14, (XIII) 41 Wesendorff, Max

Wever, Benjamin S..
-(I) 54 ' Wheaton, Frank
VI) 41 Wheeler, Daniel D.
IV 77 Whipple, W.D

41 White, John C

41 Whittemore, James M.
(XIV) 41 Wilcox, James H. G
-(II) 41 Wilder, Wilbur E.

(V) 41 Wilhelmi, Louis.
(III) 41 Williams, Charles A
(XIV) 41 Williams, Charles W.

-71, 82 Wilson, David
(III) 54 Wilson, James L.

77 Winters, William H.
IX) 77 Wisser, John P

II) 41 Witcher, John S. -53,

77 Wittich, Willis

54 Wood, William H.
(XIII) 41 Woodbury, Thomas C.
-(XII) 41 Woodruff, Thomas M.
(II) 54 Woods, Samuel

Worthington, Thomas.
(II) 77 Wright, Alpha

Wright and Langton.
(I) 54 Wright, Edward M.
(XII) 41 Wright, Henry H.
-(VIII) 77
-(XV) 41 Yeomans, Augustus A

(II) 54 Young, Willard

(II) 77 XI) IX 77 (II) 41 (V) 41

(II) 48 (VIII) 77

(I 77 (II 54 (XV) 41

77 (VII 77

77 (XI 41

77 (II) 54

84 (XII) 41

82

41 (II)

41

54 (III 41 (IV) 41

(VI) 41 (XIII) 41

(V) 77 -(IV) 41 (IX) 77 (IV 41 (IV) 77 (VI) 41

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(VI) -(V)

-(I) -(II)

Upton, Emory

(XI)

41 41 77 46 41 11 41 41

-(XIV)

Van Deusen, George W Van Wyck, George PVaux, William Verplanck, Abram G Vodges, Charles B..

(III)

-(XIV)

-(I)

41 41

INDEX OF GENERAL ORDERS.

Adjutant General's Office, 1880.

SUBJECTS.

-(I) 48

-(I) 12

ACCOUNTING OFFICERS.

Publishes act for the allowance of certain claims reported by the, of the
United States Treasury Department.

-(XI) 55
ACCOUNTS.
(See CLOTHING ACCOUNT).

12
Authorizes the settlement of the, of Thomas Worthington, late Colonel 46th
Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry

(III) 46
Publishes act making appropriation for the payment of certain, certified to

be due by the accounting officers of the Treasury Department -(XIII) 55

Respecting, for transportation over Land Grant and Bonded railroads --- 69
ACCOUTREMENTS.

Authorizes the delivery of certain, to the soldiers' reunion committee of

the North west
ACTS OF CONGRESS. (See RESOLUTIONS.)

An act to authorize the laying of a telegraphic cable from the main land in
Rhode Island to Block Island-approved January 14, 1880.

(I) 6
An act directing the removal of obstructions from the harbor at the Dela-
ware Breakwater--approved January 23, 1880

-(II) 6
An act granting a right of way across Water Shops Pond in Springfield,

Massachusetts, to the Springfield and New London Railroad Company-

approved January 24, 1880
An act making appropriation for the removal of the remains of the late

Major General George Sykes, United States Army, from Fort Brown,
Texas, to West Point, New York-approved February 17, 1880-

-14
An act to restore to the public domain the military reservation, known as

the Fort Ripley Reservation, in the State of Minnesota, and for other
purposes-approved April 1, 1880

22
An act making appropriations for acquiring sites and the erection of suitable

posts for the protection of the Rio Grande frontier-approved April 16,
1880

27
An act donating six condemned cannon and cannon-balls to Post Number

Sixty-six, Grand Army of the Republic, of Müncy, Pennsylvania, for
monumental purposes--approved April 16, 1880

-(I) 28
An act to donate twelve condemned bronze cannon to the Blair Monument
Association of Saint Louis, Missouri-approved April 16, 1880-

-(II) 28
An act to authorize and equip an expedition to the Arctic Seas-approved
May 1, 1880

-(I) 34
An act to place William Gaines, late ordnance sergeant United States Army,
on the retired list-approved May 3, 1880-

(III) 34
An act making appropriations for the support of the Army for the fiscal

year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-one, and for

other purposes-approved May 4, 1880
An act making appropriations for fortifications and other works of defense,

and for the armament thereof, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth,
eighteen hundred and eighty-one, and for other purposes-approved May

4, 1880
An'act to authorize the sale of Fort Logan, Montana Territory, and to

establish a new post on the frontier--approved May 8, 1880.

-(I) 38

--(II) 38

-(III) 38

-(I) 42

-(V) 48

ACTS OF CONGRESS-Continued.

An act to authorize the Wyoming, Montana and Pacific Railroad Company

to build its road across the Fort Russell and Fort Laramie military

reservations--approved May 17, 1880
An act making appropriations for the current and contingent expenses of

the Indian Department, and for fulfilling treaty stipulations with various
Indian tribes, for the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and
eighty-one, and for other purposes-approved May 11, 1880

-(II) 42
An act to carry into effect the resolution of Congress, adopted on the twenty-

ninth day of October, seventeen hundred and eighty-one, in regard to a
monumental column at Yorktown, Virginia, and for other purposes,
approved June 7, 1880

-(III) 48
An act to remove the charge of desertion against Enoch Davis-approved
June 8, 1880.

-(IV) 48
An act to authorize the Secretary of War to improve and repair the Mullan

wagon-road between Forts Missoula and Cour d'Alene-approved June

8, 1880
An act donating condemned cannon and cannon-balls or field pieces to

William L. Curry Post, Number Eighteen, Grand Army of the Republic,
for their place of burial-approved June 8, 1880--

--(VI) 48
An act to authorize the Secretary of War to turn over to the Governor of

South Carolina four pieces of condemned cannon, for the use of the
Marion Artillery-approved June 8, 1880.-

---(VII) 48
An act making appropriations for the support of the Military Academy for

the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-one,
and for other purposes-approved June 1, 1880-

_50
An act to remove the disabilities of Sergeant P. P. Powell, Sixth Regiment
United States Cavalry-approved June 8, 1880-

(II) 55
An act for the relief of Rev. Paul E. Gillen-approved June 9, 1880 ----- (III) 55
An act to complete the survey of the Gettysburg battle-field, and to provide

for the compilation and preservation of data showing the various positions
and movements of troops at that battle, illustrated by diagrams—approved
June 9, 1880

--(IV) 55
An act to authorize the Saint Paul and Chicago Short Line Railway Company

to construct a bridge across Lake Saint Croix, and to establish it as a post
road-approved June 9, 1880.-

-(V) 55
An act to remove the charge of desertion from the military record of Jerry
Foley-approved June 9, 1880--

(VI) 55
An act abolishing the military reservations of Fort Abercrombie, Fort

Seward, and Fort Ransom, all in the Territory of Dakota, and authorizing
the Secretary of the Interior to have the lands embraced therein surveyed
and made subject to homestead and pre-emption entry and sale, the same
as other public lands--approved June 10, 1880

--(VIII) 55
An act to provide for the disposal of the Fort Harker military reservation-
approved June 15, 1880.

(X) 55
An act for the allowance of certain claims reported by the accounting

officers of the United States Treasury Department-approved June 15,
1880.

(XI) 55
An act making appropriations to supply deficiencies in the appropriations

for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty,
and for prior years, and for those certified as due by the accounting
officers of the Treasury in accordance with section four of the act of June
fourteenth, eighteen hundred and seventy-eight, heretofore paid from
permanent appropriations, and for other purposes-approved June 16,
1880

--(XIII) 55
An act to correct the military record of Byron Rosecrans--approved June
16, 1880.

--(XIV) 55
An act to authorize the Mississippi River Logging Company to construct

and operate sheer-booms at or near Straight Slough-approved June 16,
1880.

-(XVI) 55
An act making appropriations for the sundry civil expenses of the Govern.

ment for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and
eighty-one, and for other purposes-approved June 16, 1880.-

57
An act making appropriations for the construction, repair, completion, and

preservation of certain works on rivers and harbors, and for other pur-
poses--approved June 14, 1880

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