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McGinniss, J. T.

.5 Reynolds, Joseph J.
McGunnegle, George K ..(III) 90 Roberts, Joseph..
Melntyre, Augustine.

.(X) 32 Robinson, George
McKinny, John

(II) 120 Robinson, Samuel Q.
McKinney, John A.

(IX) 32 Rochester, W. B..
McLean, L..

(IV) 10 Roessler, Solomon W.
McLeod, Alexander

.(X) 32 Rollins, J.H...
McMartin, John.

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Rose, George S..
McMillan, James.

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Ross, Richard W.
McMinn, William H..

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Roundy, William C.
Mears, Frederick.

117 Rowan, Hamilton.
Mears, James R..

.(V) 64 Ryan, Denis...
Medcalf, William M.

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Mendenhall, John.

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Safford, Robert E..
Michler, Frank

(II) 32 Savage, Egbert B..
Miller, George McC.

-(VIII) 32 Schofield, J. M.
Miller, William H..

..(II) 64 Schurz, C...
Mills, Stephen C.. (IV 61, (II) 90 Sellmer, Charles..
Mizner, Henry R..

(IV) 64 Seymour, Truman.
Morris, Arthur..

- (III) 32 Sharp, Alexander.
Morris, Louis M..

.(V) 64 Sharp, Frederick Dent.
Morton, Alexander L..

(III) 32 Shelton, Edwin H.
Mosher, jr., Theodore .(I) 23, (III) 64 Sherman, John..
Muhlenberg, William C........

...(V) 32 Sheridan, Andrew.
Murray, Cunliffe H... b.......(I) 61 Shofner, James C.

Simmons, Franklin.
Nichols, William A..

(IV) 64 Slaker, Adam..
Nixon, John B..

(IV) 32 Sloan, William J.
Notson, William M..

(I) 32 Smith, Adam.

Smith, Fred. E.
O'Connor, Stephen - (X) 32, (IV) 64 Smith, Harry M.
Ogden, Morgan L.

...(V) 64 Smith, Sebree.
Ogilby, Frederick D.

...(V) 64 Sniffin, Culver C..
Otis, Harrison G....

-(VII) 32 Spencer, Thomas J.

Spragne, C. J.
Paddock, George H.

(II) 64

Springett, Howard A.
Paddock, James S.

.(I) 61 Stanley, b. s.
Page, Charles.

117 Stanton, William
Pardee, Julius H..

..(IV) 32 Stevens, Robert R.
Parker, F.H..

.115 Stewart, James H.
Parker, Theophilus

.(III) 61 Stiles, Daniel F.
Patch, Alexander M.

-(IV) 61 Sweitzer, Nelson B.
Patten, Francis J.. -(1X) 30, (IV) 61 Swift, Ebenezer
Patterson, Thomas C.

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Paxton, Alexis R.

(VI) 32 Taber, Henry S.
Pearson, Daniel C.

(VIII) 32 Taylor, George McM.
Perin, Glover..

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Taylor, Rodney M...
Philbrick, John H..

-(III) 61 Terrell, C. M.
Phisterer, Frederick

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Theller, Edward R.
Pinder, Joseph W

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Thomas, George H.
Piper, James W..

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Thomas Henry G..
Plummer, Edward H..

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Thompson, Charles B..
Plummer, Satterlee C.

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Thompson, Samuel K.
Pratt, H. C....

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Thorington, Monroe P.
Price, jr., David.

(IV) 61 Tiernon, John L...
Prince, Henry..

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Quirk, Paul....

(VIII) 32 Upton, Emory..
Rains, G.I.

.(111) 64 Van Orsdale, John T.
Kains, Sevier M.

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Van liet, Robert C....
Read, jr., Robert D.

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Reedy, William J.

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Willard, J. P.

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Willcox, O. B.

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Wilson, George S.

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Wilson, Richard H.

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Wood, Abraham E.

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Wood, John S...

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Wood, Palmer G..

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Wood, William T... ..(IV) 61, (III) 90
Woodward, Charles G....(IV) 61, (1) 90
Woodruff, Charles A..

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Wright, Joseph J. B.

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Adjutant General's Office, 1877.

SUBJECTS.

ABSTRACTS.

Of purchases to be transmitted as required by existing regulations and

orders, and when certified accounts have been given as authorized by
General Orders No. 49, of 1877, A. G. O., the fact will be stated in the
column of Remarks, &c..

93
ACADEMY. (See MILITARY ACADEMY.)
ACCOUNTS.

Prescribes the manner in which the books and, of the U.S. Military Prison
should be kept..

12
Provides that in settling the, of the commanding officer of a company for

clothing and other military supplies, the affidavit of any such officer
may be received to show the loss of vouchers, &c...

23
(See OFFICERS).

31
(See STATUTES)

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Publishes regulations to be observed in the settlement of, for transportation

of persons en route to procure artificial limbs, or returning therefrom;
also for transportation of persons to the Soldiers' Home.

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(See SUBSISTENCE STORES).

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(See RATIONS).

...59
(See SUBSISTENCE DEPARTMENT)

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ACTING ASSISTANT SURGEONS.
Publishes instructions relative to pay and allowances of,

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Publishes form in which the vouchers of, retained in service after June 30,
1877, may be endorsed by Paymasters..

69
ACTS OF CONGRESS. (See RESOLUTIONS.)

An act to amend an act entitled "An act authorizing the repavement of

Pennsylvania avenue," and the act amendatory thereof-approved
January 16, 1877.

.(I) 4
An act to authorize the Vancouver Water Company to lay water-ripes

through the Fort Vancouver military reservation-approved January
19, 1877.

- (II) 4
An act for the relief of J. T. McGinniss, Captain of Thirteenth Infantry,
United States Army-passed December 29, 1876..

5
An act making appropriation for the improvement and repair of the mili-

tary road between Springfield and Fort Randall, in the Territory of Da-
kota-approved January 24, 1877..

.(II) 7
An act for the relief of certain officers of the Third United States Artillery,

who suffered by fire at Fort Hamilton, New York Harbor, on the third of

March, eighteen hundred and seventy-five-approved January 30, 1877.(IV) 7
An act to provide for the establishment of a military prison, and for its

government-approved March 3, 1873, (See G. O. No. 37 of 1873, A.G.O.)....12
An act to amend an act entitled “An act to provide for the establishment

of a military prison and fur its government," approved March third,
eighteen hundred and seventy-three-approved May 21, 1874, (See G.
0. No. 52 of 1874, A. G. 0.)..

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An act making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the Govern-

ment for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sey-

- (II) 19

(I) 21

(I) 23

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ACTS OF CONGRESS-Continued.

An act making appropriations to supply deficiencies in the appropriations

for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy.

seven, and prior years, and for other purposes-approved March 3, 1877....17
An act for the relief of Thomas E. Maley-approved March 3, 1877...... .18
An act to authorize the Ocean City Bridge Company to maintain and ope-

rate a bridge heretofore erected over and across Synepuxent Bay, in
Worcester county, Maryland-approved February 28, 1877...

-(I) 19
An act for the relief of the board of trustees of the Antietam National

Cemetery-approved March 2, 1877..
An act making appropriations for the support of the Military Academy for

the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-
eight, and for other purposes—approved March 3, 1877....

20
An act to repeal the statute forbidding appointments and promotions in the

staff of the army-approved March 3, 1877.
An act making appropriations for fortifications and for other works of de.

fense, and for the armament thereof, for the fiscal year ending June 30,
1878, and for other purposes-approved March 3, 1877

- (11) 31
An act to authorize the appointment of a sergeant in the Signal Corps as

a second lieutenant in the army-approved March 3, 1877.
An act amending the pension law so as to remove the disability of those

who, having participated in the rebellion, have, since its termination,
enlisted in the Army of the United States, and become disabled-ap.
proved March 3, 1877.

(II) 23
An act for the relief of John S. Wood, late a first lieutenant in the Sev.
enth Pennsylvania Cavalry-approved March 3, 1877..

(III) 23
An act for the relief of certain claimants under the donation land law of

Oregon, approved September twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred and

fifty-approved February 28, 1877.
An act to authorize the Secretary of War to open and re-adjust the settle-

ment made by the United States Government with the Western and

Atlantic Railroad of Georgia-approved March 3, 1877..
An act to provide for the disposition of Fort Dalles military reservation

- approved March 3, 1877...
An act for the relief of Assistant Surgeon Thomas F. Azpell, United States
Army-approved January 16, 1877

(III) 26
An act placing the name of C. G. Freudenberg upon the retired list of the
United States Army-approved March 3, 1877.

.(IV) 26
An act to perfect the revision of the statutes of the United States, and of

the statutes relating to the District of Columbia-approved February
27, 1877..

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An act establishing post-roads, and for other purposes-approved March
3, 1877

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An act making appropriations for the support of the Army for the fiscal

year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-eight, and
for other purposes—approved November 21, 1877.

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An act to provide for deficiencies in the appropriations for the service of

the Government for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hun-
dred and seventy-eight, and for prior years, and for other purposes-
approved December 15, 1877..

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ADJUTANT (of the Military Prison.)
Prescribes the duties of the,

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ADJUTANT GENERAL.
(See ASSISTANT ADJUTANT GENERAL).

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The, to prepare suitable parchment forms for the “Certificates of Merit”
to be conferred on soldiers for distinguished acts

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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE.

Changes in the classification of cemeteries to continue to be made in orders
through the,

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ADVERTISEMENTS.

Directs that all, for contracts under section 3732, Revised Statutes, for

supplies for the Army, shall state that the payment depends upon a fu.
ture appropriation for this purpose...

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ADVERTISEMENTS- Continued.

Announces that the provisions of General Orders No. 49, current series,

A.G.O., with reference to, for “contracts," will also apply to, and cir-
culars inviting proposals for “purchases, ' &c...

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ADVERTISING. (See ADVERTISEMENTS.)
AFFIDAVITS.

Relates to the taking of, by discharged soldiers who claim to have lost

their certificate of deposit, and the disposition to be made of the same......38
AGENTS.
(See SALARIES).

16, 120
(See STATUTES)
ALLOWANCES.

Prescribes the, of heating-stores for office of Chief Medical Purveyor. 2
(See KINDLING WOOD)

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(See QUARTERS, FUEL)
(See AMMUNITION)

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AMMUNITION.

Publishes joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of War to issue, tə

the Territories and States burdering thereon
(See METALLIC AMMUNITION)...
Prescribes allowances of, for certain batteries of artillery for annual and
target practice..

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Relates to the expenditure of, by civil employés; also provides for its sale

to officers and enlisted men, and shows the only way in which it can be
accounted for as expended, (See Target Practice Certificate).

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ANTIETAN NATIONAL CEMETERY.

Publishes act for the relief of the board of trustees of the,
The announced as a National Cemetery of the first class

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APPOINTMENTS.

Publishes act to repeal the statute forbidding, &c., in the staff of the
Arny

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(Sie QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT).

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Announces, in the Army..
The nominations of candidates for, as veterinary surgeons, acc

accompanied
by the report of the Board in each case, must be transmitted by the
regimental commander to the Adjutant General of the Army.

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APPROPRIATIONS.

Publishes act making, for the improvement and repair of the military road

between Springfield and Fort Randall, in the Territory of Dakota
Publishes act making, for the relief of certain officers of the Third United

States Artillery, who suffered by fire at zort Hamilton, N. Y. Harbor,
on March 3, 1875

(IV) 7
Publisbes act making, for sundry civil expenses of the Government for

the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-
eight, and for other purposes.

16
Publishes act making, to supply deficiencies in the, for the fiscal year

ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-seven, and prior
years, and for other purposes.

.17
Publishes act making, for the relief of the board of trustees of the Artie-

tam National Cemetery..
Publishes act making, for the support of the Military Academy for the

fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-eight..
Fublishes act making, for fortifications and for other works of defense, and

for the armament thereof, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth,
eighteen hundred and seventy-eight, and for other purposes

-(II) 21
Publishes act making, for the support of the Army for the fiscal year end-

ing June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-eight, and for other
purposes..

..107
Publishes act to provide for deficiencies in the, for the service of the Gov.

ernment for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and
seventy-eight, and for prior years, and for other purposes....

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ARMORIES.

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