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BRIDGES—Continued.

Page.
over the Mississippi River to St. Louis, Mo

526
(see MEMORIAL BRIDGE.)
across Niagara River..

527
BRIGADE INSPECTORS (see PaY; Rations; FORAGE; BAGGAGE WAGONS),
authorized.

89, 93, 95, 96, 104, 105, 107, 108
appointed

61, 89, 90, 91, 94, 95, 96, 100
office of, annexed to that of brigade majors

61,93
duties of....

93, 97, 98
respecting tents for.

99
provisionally retained

110
superseded hy assistant inspectors-general

110
BRIGADE MAJORS (see Pay; Rations; FORAGE),
authorized..

53, 54, 60, 62, 65, 66, 67, 68, 70, 71
appointed..

53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 62, 63, 65, 66
to hold their rank in the line

60, 70
office of brigade inspector annexed to that of..

61,93
BRIGADE QUARTERMASTERS (see Pay),
how appointed.

156
authorized..

195, 202
appointed...

183
to perform duties of conductors of military stores

568
superseded by assistant quartermasters-general.

202
BRIGADES,
respecting staff officers of.

15
composition of staff of

75, 96, 106, 194, 207, 210, 344, 416
issue of signal flags to...

186
lieutenants of ambulance corps to be assigned to.

120
a conductor of military stores to be assigned to ....

559
BRIGADE SURGEONS,

to be known as surgeons of volunteers and attached to the general medical
staff

119
BRIMFIELD,
appointed brigade inspector

89
BRIMSTONE,
collection of, in the several colonies....

535
BROOKFIELD, Mass.,
order for a laboratory at, revoked.....

517
BROOKS, JOHN,
attached, on the march, to General de Kalb's division ...

60, 90
to be considered as deputy adjutant-general at West Point

62
appointed to act as subinspector .
Brown, CLARK,
mentioned

144
Brows, DANIEL
pay and rations allowed to .

244
BROWN, HUBBARD,
appointed conductor of artillery

539
BROWN, JAMES,
elected chief physician of the Army

394
mentioned

362
BROWN, JOSIAH,
pay and rations allowed to, as clerk at scales..

244
Brown, NATHAN D.,
mentioned

443
Browy, WILLIAM,
pay and rations allowed to, as clerk

244
BROWN, WILLIAM,
elected assistant physician for the flying camp..

367
surgeon-general of hospital in the middle department

375
physician-general in the middle department..

378
resignation accepted.

383
mentioned..

361, 378
BROWNSON, NATHAN,
elected deputy purveyor of hospital for the Southern army

393
hospital

398

89

BRUNSWICK, N. J.,

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mentioned ...

380
BRUNSWICK, Ga.,
respecting inspection of work on outer bar of..

525, 526
BrСHASAN, WILLIAM,
elected deputy commissary-general of purchases.

262
commissary-general of purchases.

265
mentioned ...

238, 264, 265, 279, 283
BUCKSHOT,
to be put into all cartridges...

518
BUFFINGTON, ADELBERT R.,
mentioned.

534
BUILDINGS (see Pension BUREAU'; SCHOOL BUILDINGS),
rent of certain, occupied for public uses.

571
all, no longer wanted to be sold...

178
limitation of expenditures on public....

229
respecting, held by the late Confederate States.

658
BULLETS,
imported, to be purchased....

555
BULLIT, THOMAS,
appointed deputy adjutant-general...

54
advanced to rank of colonel..

54, 57
BULLOCK, ARCHIBALD,
member of committee.

510
Broys,
sites for, to be determined by Topograpbical Bureau.

505
BURBECK, HENRY,
mentioned.

483
BUREAU OF REFUGEES, FREEDMEN, AND ABANDONED LANDS,
created

655
to prohibit whipping or maiming.

659
operations of, in States when discontinued

661
educational department of the, to be continued.

662
when to be discontinued.

663
mentioned..

656, 659, 660, 661, 662
BUREAU OF Military JUSTICE,
created

131
how constituted.

131, 132
merged into Judge-Advocate-General's Department..

133
BIREAUS,
heads of, not to print their reports at public expense.

31
receive pay for services when the Government is a party. 34
official letters to heads of, to pass free of postage..

38
franking privilege conferred on heads of

(see TOPOGRAPHICAL BUREAU.)
official postage to be paid from contingent fund of ..

681
BURKE, THOMAS,
member of committee

253
mentioned

318
BURNET, WILLIAM,
appointed hospital physician and surgeon

389
elected physician and surgeon-general of army in Eastern Department 374
chief physician and surgeon of the hospitals..

392
mentioned..

362, 395
DUSHNELL, DAVID,
to be commissioned lieutenant of sappers and miners

491
promoted to rank of captain

493
to command the corps of sa, pers and miners

495
BUTCHERS,
pay of, by whom regulated..

262
how governed..

305
BUTLER, ANSON,
mentioned

548
BUTLER, EDWARD,
mentioned.

... 51, 52, 85, 36
BUTLER, THOMAS,
appointed public armorer

5-15
mentioned ..

554
S. Doc. 229— 15

34, 38

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62

BUTLER, WILLIAM,

mentioned
BYERS, JAMES,

mentioned..

... 553, 565, 569

C.
CABELL,
appointed brigade major..

61
inspector..

89, 94
CADETS (see MEDICAL CADETS),
ten, authorized in Corps of Engineers...

197
CALDWELL, ANDREW,
commissioned second lieutenant of artillery

519
resignation accepted....

559
CALDWELL AND MEASE, (Messrs.),
mentioned

246
CALHOUN, JOHN C.,
mentioned....

4, 5, 533
CALIFORNIA,
respecting a deep-water harbor on the coast of

525
pay of military storekeepers in, increased

587
respecting arsenal buildings in

588
CALIFORNIA DEBRIS COMMISSION,
how organized

525
CALIFORNIA VOLUNTEERS,
traveling expenses of, discharged in certain Territories...

472
CALUMET RIVER, ILL.,
mentioned....

519
CALFSKINS,
to be dressed for drumheads.

311, 562
CAMDEN, N. J.,
mentioned...

522
C'AMP (see FLYING CAMP),
respecting, in Virginia, for prisoners of war

160
erection of shades and bowers in

186
CAMPAIGNS,
inspections and reviews to be held at end of..

88
CAMPBELL, DONALD,
elected deputy quartermaster-general

141
to have the rank of colonel

111
CAMPBELL, GEORGE,
promoted to rank of hospital physician and surgeon

395
CAMP EQUIPAGE,
articles of, how obtained..

145, 247
to be purchased.

145
provision and distribution of.

174
Secretary of War to provide yearly for necessary

195
may be issued to detachments of sailors or marines..

202
Quartermaster's Department to receive and distribute all.

201, 3+0
duties of line officers respecting, received by them...

204
to be furnished to Southern Army...

318
CAMP KETTLES (see KETTLES).
CADA (see COMMISSARY-GENERAL OF STORES AND Provisions, MUSTER-MASTER-
GENERAL),
medicines to be sent to troops in

365
a physician and surgeon for the troops in

366
CANADIAN VOLUNTEERS,
payments to

465
CANALS,
engineer officers to be detailed for making surveys, etc.,

500
around Falls of the Ohio River mentioned

505
(see CHESAPEAKE AND DELAWARE CAXAL.)
respecting, routes from Lake Erie to the Ohio River ......

526
(see NICARAGUAN CANAL; ILLINOIS AND MICHIGAN CANAL; Shir Canal;

IRON COMPANY CANAL; HENNEPIN CAVAL; LOUISVILLE AND PORTLAND
CANAL.)

of.

CANDIDATES,

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examination of all, for appointment in hospital department

405
CANDLES,
exportation of, probibited

251
CANISTERS (see CARTRIDGE CANISTERS).
Caxxon COMMITTEE,
to estimate number of cannon wanted

538
purchase or contract for cannon..

539, 510, 541, 542
increased ...

539
to employ proper persons to see the cannon proved.

540
have certain cannon mounted if fit for service.

544
deliver all contracts to the Board of War.

547
CANNONS (see HoWITZERS; MORTARS; ORDNANCE; CONTRACTS; Canyon COMMIT-

TEE),
importation of

536, 537
purchase of

539, 541, 544, 571
powder to be furnished for proving.

513
(see FURNACES.)
disposition of captured..

544
report on condition of

570
for port and harbor of Annapolis

573
superintendent of manufacture of iron, authorized

586
experiments and tests of

593
all rifled, to be tested.....

600
issues of smoothbore, for experimental purposes.

601
CANTEENS,
to be provided

144, 687
Canvas ( see TENTS).
CAPITAINE
granted rank of captain in the Corps of Engineers

488
CAPITOL,
removal of railroad track in front of the.

511
electrical apparatus in the, how supervised.

512
CAPITULATION,
benefits to officers from, at Yorktown...

19
CAPTAIN,
grade of, abolished in the Adjutant-General's Department....

76
Caps,
worsted, authorized

142, 291
purchase of uniform or forage, forbidden until old pattern is exhausted .. 222
woolen, to be issued to the troops

291
CARBINES,

may be issued to employees of the Quartermaster's Department........ 143, 540
Carey, Asa B.,
mentioned

443
CAREY, RICHARD,
appointed brigade major......

53
CARLISLE, JOHN,
appointed an assistant to the Adjutant-General.

64
to do the duty of brigade major...

65
appointed assistant adjutant-general

66
CARLISLE, Pa. (see COMMISSARY OF MILITARY STORES),
magazines of provisions to be formed at..

316
military stores to be removed to...

546
pay of contractor for lumber wanted at

549
artificers in department of military stores in Pennsylvania to be removed to. 562
respecting artillery artificers at

563
CARNE, John,
appointed assistant deputy apothecary in Southern Department..

395
CARPENTERS,
respecting appointment of a master.

141
carbines may be issued to, in Quartermaster's Department

143, 540
CARPENTERS' TOOLS,
purchase of, for each regiment authorized

145
CARRIAGE MAKERS (see Pay; RATIONS),
employment of, in Ordnance Department, authorized..

577, 586
to be designated as "corporals

590

CARRIAGES,

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committee to consider plan for providing, for public service

145
impressment of, to be avoided.

146
issue of forage in cases of detained hired

149
CARRINGTON, EDWARD,
mentioned.

190, 326, 457, 569
CARRINGTON, MAYO,

appointment as deputy quartermaster-general for the Southern army
confirmed

180
CARROLL, CHARLES,
member of committee

11, 286
mentioned.

157
CARTEL (ree PRISONERS OF WAR).
CARTER AND WADSWORTH, (Messrs.),
mentioned...

324
CARTRIDGE BOXES,
how to be made

554
CARTRIDGE CANISTERS,
tin, may be supplied in lieu of boxes

544
CARTRIDG ES,
buckshot to be put in all

518
respecting test of graduating and accelerating.

593
Cary's FORD REEF, FLA.,
works at, mentioned..

504
CASEY, THOMAS L.,
mentioned

483, 513
continued in charge of building for the Library of Congress

525
CASWELL,
mentioned

274
CATTLE (see LIVE STOCK; INSPECTOR OF CATTLE; WAGONMASTER-GENERAL),
horns of killed, to be saved

112, 538
hides, tallow, etc., of killed, to whom delivered

270, 291
Connecticut requested to furnish

275
superintendents of, how governed.

305
Bank of Philadelphia requested to purchase.

310
certain States called on for a supply of..

310, 311
CAVALRY (see FORAGE),
uniform of..

21
horses to be procured for the.

180
arms to be provided for the..

544,574
ammunition and equipments for the, in Southern army

563
CAVALRY FORGE,
division ambulance officer to have a traveling

422
CEMETERY (see NATIONAL CEMETERIES),
near City of Mexico subject to same rules as national cemeteries......

221, 222
CERTIFICATES,
of administration of oath of office..

175
issues of, in Quartermaster's Department

160, 161, 177
Commissary Department.

259, 292, 309, 319
of clothing..

292, 293
lists of commissaries of purchases and issues authorized to give, to be
made.

326
of discharge from drait

670, 671
enlistment of slaves

675
CHAMPION,
appointed barrack master to the French army

181
CHANNEL,
respecting a, through Southwest Pass of Mississippi River.

526
through Sabine Lake to be reexamined ..

528
CHAPMAN, NATHANIEL,
commissioned captain in regiment of artillery artificers.

554
excused from further service.

561
CHAPLAINS (see HOSPITAL CHAPLAINS).
CHARLESTON, S. C. (see COMMISSARY OF PRISONERS).
CHASE, SAMUEL,
member of committee

246, 283, 367

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