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David BROOKS, lieutenant 2d in- HAM R. WOOLLEY, major, to be fantry, to be assistant commissary lieutenant colonel 16th December, of subsistence 8th July, 1825. 1825, vice Leavenworth, promo
H. I. Feltus, lieutenant 1st ar- ted. tillery, to be assistant commissary Brevet major W. DAVENPORT, of subsistence 8th July, 1825. captain 7th infantry, to be major
Washington, Sept. 26, 1825. 16th December, 1825, vice WoolFirst Regiment of Artillery. ley, promoted.
1st lieutenant NATHANIEL G. Seventh Regiment of Infantry. DANA, to be captain 15th Septem- 1st lieutenant BENJAMIN L. E. ber, 1825, vice Crane, promoted. BONNEVILLE, to be captain 4th
Third Regiment of Artillery. October, 1825, vice Wash, de
1st lieutenant JOHN A. Dix, to ceased. be captain 30th August, 1825, vice 1st lieutenant PIERCE BUTLER, Welch, deceased.
to be captain 16th December, 1825, Fourth Regiment of Artillery. vice Davenport, promoted. Brevet major J. B. CRANE, cap
APPOINTMENTS. tain 1st artillery, to be major 15th George Croghan, Kentucky, to September, 1825, vice Wilson, de- be inspector general 21st Decemceased.
ber, 1825. 1st lieutenant J. W. RIPLEY, to GEORGE DUTTON, lieutenant of be captain 1st August, 1825, vice engineers, to be assistant commisHumphreys, deceased.
sary of subsistence 14th September, APPOINTMENT.
1825. JOEL MARTIN, Va. to be assist- P. MORRISON, lieutenant 4th inant surgeon, 15th August, 1825. fantry, to be assistant commissary
Wa-hington, Dec. 31, 1825. of subsistence 4th October, 1825. Third Regiment of Artillery. GILES PORTER, lieutenant 1st 1st lieutenant L. G. De Russey, artillery, to be assistant commissary be captain 11th December, 1825, of
of subsistence, 13th October, 1825. vice Archer, deceased.
W. W. OUTLAW, lieutenant 7th Third Regiment of Infantry. infantry, to be assistant commis
Brevet colonel HENRY LEAVEN- sary of subsistence, 26th October, WORTH, lieutenant colonel of the 1825. 6th infantry, to be colonel 16th SETH JOHNSON, lieutenant 2d inDecember, 1825, vice Pinkney, fantry, to be assistant commissary deceased.
of subsistence, 26th October, 1825. Sixth Regiment of Infantry. S. B. DUSENBURY, lieutenant 4th Brevet lieutenant colonel ABRA- artillery, to be assistant commis.
sary of subsistence 26th October,
GEORGE BENDER, captain of the HARVEY BROWN, lieutenant 4th 5th infantry and assistant quarterartillery, to be assistant commis- master, to be quartermaster 22d sary of subsistence 220 December, May, 1826. 1825.
TRUEMAN CROSS, captain of the THOMAS S. BRYANT, Pa. to be as 7th infantry and assistant quartersistant
surgeon 5th October, 1825. master, to be quartermaster 22d
Washington, May 31, 1826. May, 1826. First Regiment of Infantry. HENRY SMITH, 1st lieutenant of Brevet colonel JOHN M'NEAL, jr. the 6th infantry, to be assistant lieutenant colonel 3d infantry, to quarter master, 17th April, 1826. be colonel 28th April, 1826, vice
JOHN GARLAND, captain of the Chambers, cashiered.
3d infantry, to be assistant quarterSecond Regiment of Infantry. master 19th May, 1826.
Brevet major W. WHISTLER, John B. CLARK, captain of the captain 3d infantry, to be major 3d infantry, to be assistant quarter28th April, 1826, vice Cutler, pro- master 19th May, 1826. moted.
H. W. FITZHUGH, 1st lieutenant Third Regiment of Infantry. of the 2d artillery, to be assistant
Major Eros CUTLER, of the 2d quartermaster 19th May, 1826. infantry, to be lieutenant colonel J. J. Davis, 1st lieutenant of the 28th April, 1826, vice M’Neal jr. 1st artillery, to be assistant quarterpromoted.
master 19th May, 1826. 1st lieutenant JOHN B. CLARK, HARVEY BROWN, 1st lieutenant to be captain 18th March, 1826, of the 4th artillery, to be assistant vice Bradley, deceased.
quartermaster 19th May, 1826. 1st lieutenant EDWARD E. John BRADLEY, 1st lieutenant of Brooks, to be captain 28th April, the 2d infantry, to be assistant quar1826, vice Whistler, promoted. termaster 19th May, 1826.
Sixth Regiment of Infantry. CHARLES "THOMAS, 1st lieuten
1st lieutenant ZALMON C. PAL- ant of the 7th infanty, to be assistMER, to be captain 15th February, ant quartermaster, 19th May, 1826, vice Gray, cashiered.
1826. 1st lieutenant WILLIAM N. JAMES L. Dawson, 1st lieutenWICKLIFFE, to be captain 15th ant of the 7th infantry, to be asFebruary, 1826, vice Pentland, sistant quartermaster 19th May, cashiered.
CLIFTON WHARTON, 1st lieuten- ROBERT E. KERR, to be assistant of the 6th infantry, to be as- ant surgeon 2d May, 1826. sistant quartermaster 19th May, HENRY STINNECKE, to be assist1826.
ant surgeon 8th May, 1826. Carlos A. WAITE, 2d lieuten
TRANSFERS. ant of the 2d infantry, to be as- CLIFTON WHARTON, 1st lieutensistant quartermaster, 19th May, ant of the 3d artillery, transferred 1826.
to the 6th infantry. SAMUEL SHANNON, 1st lieuten- D. H. VINTON, 1st lieutenant of ant of the 1st infantry, to be as- the 6th infantry, transferred to the sistant quartermaster22d May,1826. 3d artillery.
FRANCIS LEE, 1st lieutenant of MATTHEW J. WILLIAMS, 2d lieuthe 7th infantry, to be assistant tenant of the 4th artillery, transferquartermaster 22d May, 1826. red to the 3d infantry.
CHARLES MELLON, 1st lieuten- FREDERICK NORCOM, 2d lieutenant of the 2d artillery, to be as- ant of the 3d infantry, transferred sistant commissary of subsistence to the 4th artillery. 15th February, 1826.
Washington, July 12th, 1826. J. HOWARD, 1st lieutenant of the
APPOINTMENTS. 1st artillery, to be assistant com- GUSTAVUS S. DRANE, 1st lieutenmissary of subsistence, 2d March, ant 2d artillery, to be assistant com1826.
missary of subsistence, 6th June, Jason ROGERS, 1st lieutenant of 1826. the 6th infantry, to be assistant
TRANSFERS. commissary of subsistence 7th 2d lieutenant JAMES D. BURNApril 1826.
HAM, of the marine corps, transGEORGE WEBB, 1st lieutenant of ferred to the 3d regiment of artilthe 1st artillery, to be assistant lery, to rank 1st July, 1825. commissary of subsistence 17th 2d lieutenant FREDERICK THOApril, 1826.
MAS, of the marine
transferPhilip Minis, to be assistant red to the 7th regiment of infantry, surgeon 12th April, 1826.
to rank 2d July, 1825.
NAVY PROMOTIONS. 1826.] CAPTAIN.
LIEUTENANTS. January 24th.--David Deacon. April 28th.-James T. Gerry, MASTERS COMMANDANT. John S. Nicholas, Samuel F. Du
March 21st--Wm. M. Hunter, pont, Wm. L. Hudson, Wm. H. John D. Sloat, Mathew C. Perry. Campbell, Joseph M. Nicholson. James P. Wilson, George A. Ma- 1825.) SURGEONS. gruder, J. Edward Calhoun, John May.-James Cornick, Charles Pope, Henry D. Scott, Levin M. Chase, D. S. Edwards, Isaac Hulse, Powell, Charles Wilkes, Jr. Elisha A. M. Montgomery, John S. Wily, Peck, John R. Coxe, Jr. Wm. 1826.)--May.---George Terrill, · Seaton, John A. Carr, Alex. H. John Haslett, E. L. Dubarry, Henry Hopkinson, Thomas J. Manning, W. Bassett. Wm. Pearson, Wm. Foster, Wm. 1825.] PURSERS. L. Howard, Wm. P. Piercy, Ri- May.-Josiah Colston. chard A. Jones, Archd. R. Bogar- July.-Robert Pottenger. dus, John Swartwout, Thomas J. 1826.] CHAPLAINS. Leib.
List of Members of the Senate, and of the House of Representatives of
the United States.
John H. Eaton
William Marks #Hugh L. White
Thomas Clayton William H. Harrison Levi Woodbury Nicholas Van Dyke Benjamin Ruggles Massachusetts.
Dominick Bouligny Elijah Hunt Mills Samuel Smith
Josiah S. Johnston
Indiana. Henry W. Edwards Littleton W. Tazewell William Hendricks Calvin Willey
John Randolph James Noble
Elias K. Kane
Robert Y. Hayne Jesse B. Thomas
Thomas W. Cobb William R. King
Thomas H. Benton
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.