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13 June 28 July 2nd Artillery 3rd Infantry 4th Artillery 7th Cavalry 9 cav 9 inf 9th Infantry act aug act July 17 adJ't apptd assd asst Atlanta campaign batt battle of Antietam battle of Gettysburg Bora Born in Mass Born in Md Born in N. Y. Born in Ohio brig Cadet July Cadet sept campaign Charles cond contracted in line corpl corps dept disability resuIting dischgd eapt faith Gcorge gen 13 mar hattle HENRY Infantry JAMES JOHN July 17 July 28 July 31 June 15 June 28 line of duty N. Y. vol Ohio vol paid to July received in line regtl resgd resuIting from disease resuIting from wound retired dee retired with rank secs sergt stats surg Tenn unassd wounds received
Page 263 - The president may, upon the application of any established military institute, seminary or academy, college, or university, within the United States having capacity to educate at the same time not less than one hundred and fifty male students...
Page 98 - May 3, 1863, for gallant and meritorious service at the battle of Chancellorsville, Va.; brevetted Brigadier General United States Army, March 13, 1865, for gallant and meritorious services in the campaign terminating with the surrender of the insurgent army under Gen.
Page 227 - September 2, 18(54, tor diligent care and attention in procuring proper army supplies as medical purveyor, and for economy and fidelity in the disbursement of large sums of money.
Page 271 - State of Nevada, and so much of California as lies north of a line from the northwest corner of Arizona Territory to Point Conception, California.
Page 177 - for meritorious services during the recent campaign terminating with the surrender of the Insurgent Army under Gen. RE Lee"; elected Feb.
Page 272 - Geographical limits. — Territory of Arizona, and so much of California as lies south of a line from the northwest corner of Arizona to Point Conception, Cal.
Page 167 - March 13, 1865, for gallant and meritorious services during the war, and Lieutenant Colonel Volunteers April 9. 1865, for valuable and meritorious services during the campaign terminating with the surrender of the Insurgent army under Gen. RE Lee; honorably mustered out Nov.
Page 67 - States of America in Congress assembled, That the gratitude of the American people, and the thanks of their Representatives in Congress, are due, and are hereby tendered, to Maj. Gen.
Page 263 - ... ordnance and ordnance stores belonging to the government, and which can be spared for that purpose, such number of the same as may appear to be required for military instruction and practice by the students of any college or university under the provisions of this section, and the Secretary shall require a bond in each case, in double the value of the property, for the care and safe keeping thereof, and for the return of the same when required...
Page 271 - Geographical limits. — State of Oregon, and the Territories of Washington, Idaho, and Alaska, excepting so much of Idaho as lies east of a line formed by the extension of the western boundary of Utah to the northeastern boundary of Idaho, embracing the post of Fort Hall. Troops.— A, B. D, E, F. H, K, L, and M, 1st Cavalry; F and K, 4th Artillery; 2d and 21st Infantry.