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18th Corps 1st Artillery 1st Brigade 1st district 1st Division 1st Lieut 1st Lt 1st Mounted Rifles 2d Corps 2d district 2d Division 2d Lieut 3d Brigade 3d Cavalry 5th Cavalry 5th Corps Appomattox Artillery Asst Atlanta campaign Bat'y Battalion Brevet Brig campaign Capt Charles Cold Harbor Colonel commanded companies were recruited Creek discharged and mustered disease Elmira enlisted men died following engagements Fredericksburg Henry honorably discharged Infantry James John July 2d June 3d killed in action killed July killed June lost by death Lt.-Col March 13th Militia mustered out June N. Y. Vols officers organized Petersburg received in action recruited principally Red River campaign regiment lost Regiment of Infantry Serg service the regiment Siege of Yorktown Skirmish Spotsylvania Station transferred U. S. Vols Veteran Volunteers Washington wounds received York city
Page 21 - Gentlemen—-fully concurring in the wisdom of the views expressed to me in so patriotic a manner, by you, in the communication of the 28th day of June, I have decided to call into the service an additional force of three hundred thousand men. I suggest and recommend that the troops should be chiefly of infantry. The quota of your State would be
Page 21 - progress, and the reduced condition of our effective forces in the field, resulting from the usual and unavoidable casualties of the service, that the time has arrived for prompt and vigorous measures to be adopted by the people, in support of the great interests committed to your charge, we respectfully request, if it meets with your entire approval, that you at once
Page 21 - All believe that the decisive moment is near at hand, and to that end the people of the United States are desirous to aid promptly in furnishing all reinforcements that you may deem needful to sustain our Government.
Page 21 - the President: •"'The undersigned, Governors of States of the Union, impressed with, the belief that the citizens of the States which they respectively represent, are of one accord in the hearty desire that the recent successes of the Federal
Page 21 - trust that they may be enrolled without delay, so as to bring this unnecessary and injurious civil war to a speedy and satisfactory conclusion. An order fixing the
Page 45 - and 20th wards of the city of Brooklyn, and the towns of Flatbush, Flatlands, Gravesend, New Lots and .New Utrecht, in the county of Kings.