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PRINCIPAL. UNB OFFICERS AND Bnginebrs-(Continued).
Captains.

Roberts. Wm. H.May 27, 95
HalL- David A... May 27, 95
Tut tie, Francis. ..May 27, 95
Walker, Thos. D.Aug. 16, 95

Maguire, S. 3D Mav 8, 96

Rogers, Henry- R.Nov. 9, 96
WiUey. Owen S..Apr. IS, 99
McConnell. G. E. .Aug:. 5, 99

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gntt. James B....Oct. 8. 011 Dally. John R.. .Jan. 19, 761 McAllister C A.Apr 13" 62 Newcomb F.^H.,Apr 13 02jKelley, Daniel F.Mar. 25. TSJZastrow. Chas. W".July 30) 02Chaytor, E C Apr. 13, 02j Schwartz, ^. O. .Apr. 18. 95 Jones. Levin T. .Aug 17 02! McLellan C. EL. Apr. 13. 02 Barrows. H. C*.. May 27, 95 Maccoun. Wm. E.Oct. 14 02 nnshiT,^ \w ^a- i* oo i-.iakemore. W. F. Mav 27. 9?! Green, C. M... . -Dec 6 03

Whitworth, H. C.June 6, 95 J Wood, H. N Jan. 17,' 04

Coffin, Chas. C.. .July 5, 95 Walton, J. Q Jan. 24, 04

French, D, McC. .June 6, 95 Spencer. H. K Apr. 7, 04

i*r-i,3 r^ -r. »--i-r,'Ar5?unroe- Chas." W.Ju*e6. OiUKotzschmar. H.Jr.Apr. 10, 04 Wild, John F....Apr. 13. Q^jOwen,. Fred'k E..June 6, 95tSchoenhorn, H.J^.July_17!_04 ... Tne revenue cutter fleet includes twelve first rate, fourteen second and eleven third rate vessels. In the first class are the McCulloch. 1,280 tons; the Bear and the Thetis, 1,200 tons; the Mohawk, 980; the Manning, 962; the Algonquin, Gresham and Onondaga, 936; the Seminole. 785; the Tusearora, 670; the Apache, 6C4, and the Rush, 550. Two other cutters, No. 12 and No. 14. have- been authorized. The McCulloch carries six guns, the Algonquin 5. the others from one to four suns. These vessels can be con"<;rted to military use, and were so converted during" the Spanish

war. _

C1VII. WAR STATISTICS. Number of enlistments ir. tho army, navy and marino corps in the war of 1861-'65, taken from latest revised reports-of the government; r-my men who served 3n the war enlisted two or three times and are counted that number of times in the table:

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Number of deaths, by causes. \r- the U. S. Army during the Civil War:

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1421
1061

104 391

207

64

313

2,034

12,121

350.528

ndlans. 2Nurnber not credited, on the quota of any State; yThis Item includes all deaths resulting from quarrels, riots and the1 like which are not definitely reported as inuroer; from being shot for insubordination or by provost guards or sentinels in attempting to escape or pass the lines; from exhaustion or exposure; killed whll-^ depredating upon the properly of citizens, and all other causes not mentioned in. the foregoing table. Desertions (estimated by War Department*. 117,247. No-trustworthy deductions with regard to the nativity, of-soldiers in service,during the Civil War can be made from any existing statistics.'

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Causes of death.

Killed after capture.
Committed suicide, .
.Executed by U. S,

military aulh'ties.
Executed by enemy.
Died from sunstroke
aOther known causes
Causes not stated.

Totals

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Argentine Republic

Belgium

Bolivia

Chili

China

Colombia

Costa Rica, Nicaragua & Salvador..

Cuba •..:

Denmark

Ecuador. .............

Greece & Montenegro. Guatemala &Honduras

Hayti

Japan •

JKorea

Morocco

Netherl'ds, Luxemb'g.

Panama

Persia

Peru

Portugal

Rumania & Servia....

Slam

Spain

Sweden & Norway....

Switzerland

Turkey

Uruguay & Paraguay Venezuela

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10,000

10,000

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7,5001
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10,000
7,500

12,000
7,500
7,500

10,000

10,000
7.500

10,000
7,500
7,500
7,500

12,000
7,500
7,500

10,000
7,500

10,000

1904 1905. 1905 1905 1906 1905

1897 1905 1905 1906 1905 1902 1905 1903

1905 1905 1905 1902 1897 1903 1905 1903 1905 1905 1905 1900 1905, 1905

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MINISTERS RESIDENT AND CONSULS GENERAL.

Dominican Republic..] Santo Domingo. I Thomas C. Dawson jlowa

Liberia 1 Monrovia | Ernest Lyon j Md. .

$5,0001 1904 5,0001 1903"

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'Foreign affairs conductea through Japan. "Also Governor oi the

8 Also Envoy Extraordinary to Greece and Montenegro, *Also Consul

Canal. Strips General.

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Mexico:

Secretary .........

Second secretary.,.

Third secretary.... Russia:

Secretary

Second secretary...

Third secretary.... Argentine Republic...

Belgium

Chili

China:

Secretary

Second secretary...

iColombia.

Costa Kica^ Nicaragua & Salvador Cuba:

Secretary

Second secretary...

Denmark

Greece & Montenegro.

Guatemala &Honduras

I Japa n:

Secretary

Second secretary...

Liberia

The Netherlands

Panama

Peru

Portugal

lRumania -& Servla.. *Siam

Mexico.
Mexico.
Mexico.

'-.Sweden

| Switzerland •«

Turkey:

Secretary

Second secretary.. Venezuela

St. Petersburg.
St. Petersburg.
St. Petersburg.
Buenos Ayres..

Brussels

Santiago

Peking..,
Peking...
Bogota...

San Jose.

Havana

Havana

Copenhagen.

Athens

Guatemala..

Tokio ,

Tokio ,

Monrovia....
The Hague..
Panama..,..

Lima

Lisbon ..

Bucharest...

Bangkok

Mao rid

Stockholm...
Berne.

Constantinople.
Constantinople.
Caracas

Fenton R. McCreery

William Heimke

Philip M. Hoefele

Spencer F. Eddy

R^mert Woods Bliss

Paxton P. Hibben

Charles D. White..

Stantcn Sickles

Edward W. Ames

John G, Coolidge

William Phillips ........

Alban G. Snyder

James G. Bailey...

Jacob Sleeper

Henry L. Janes..........

Geo. L. Lorlllard

Charles S. Wilson...

Philip M. Brown

Huntington Wilson

Irving B. Laughlin

• eorerct W. Ellis

Roger S. G. Boutell

wiuiam P. Sands........

Richard R. Neill

Henry P. Fletcher

'Ihomas E. Moore

Montgomery Schuyler, jr.

Robert M. Winthrop

E. L. Adams

Paul G. d'Hautevlile

Peter A." Jay

Ulyssea Grant Smith

Norman Hutchinson,.....

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1897 1897 1900

1903 1904 1905 19U4 1903 1904

1902 1905 1903

1903

1902 1905 1905 1905 1903

1900 1905 1902 1905 1905 1884 1905 1905 1904 1903 190-5T 1905

1903 1903 1904

lAlso Consul General.

MILITARY AND NAVAL ATTACHES. \i The following Army and Navy officers are detalted as attaches to Embassies and '"Legations: Great Britain—Lieutenant Com. J. J. Gibbons* U. S. N., and Major John a.. Beacom. U. S. A. Germany—Lieut. Com. William L. Howard, U. S. N., and Captain ... William S. Biddle. jr., U. S. A. France—Lieutenant Com. Roy Campbell Smith. ti U S. N., and Captain William S. GuUmard. U. S. A. Russia—Lieut. Com. Roy Camp$ bell Smith, U. S. N„ and Captain William S. Gulgnard, U. S. A. Austria-Hungary— P Li^ut Com. William L, Howard, U. S. N., and Lieut. John McClintock, U. S. A. P Italy—Lieut. Com. William L. Howard, U. S. N.. and Major Frank A. Edwards, S XJ . S A China—Lieut. Frank Marble, U. S. N.. and Captain Andre W. Brewster, sir; s A Dominican Fepubiic—Captain Charles Young, U. S. A.. Hayti—Captain * Charles Young U. S. A\ Japan—Lieut. Frank Marble, U. S. N., and Captain John J. H Pershing, U. S. A. Mexico—Captain Horace M. Reeve, U. S. A.

| ^DIPLOMATS ACCREDITED TO THE UNITED STATES.

I EMBASSIES.

■* Austria-Hungary,—Ambassador B. and P., Ladisiaus HengeimQller von Heo

4 erervar; P. C.. Counsellor of Embassy. Count Louis S^echenyi; Secretary of EmMl bassv Ivan von Rubldo-Zichy; Attaches, Moritz von Szeat-Ivany, Count Josef Wenekjibeim/ Embassy, 1.307 Connecticut-ave.

Brazil—Ambassador E. and P., Joaquim Nabucoj First Secretary of Embassy Sylvino Gurgel do Amaral; Second Secretaries, FJ. L. Chermont, A. de Veiiosc: Military Attache. Major A. V. de Pederneiras. Emba: sy. 1710 H-st.

France.—Ambassador E. and P., J. J. Jusserand; Counsellor of Embassy, M. des Fortes de la Fosse; Secretary, Viscount Charles de Chambrun; Military Attache, Capt Fournlcr: Naval Attache, Lieut. Com. de Faramond de Lafajole. Embassy! i,640 Rhode Island-ave.

Germany.—Ambassador E. and P.. Freiheir Speck von Sternburg; Counsellor nf Legation and First Secretary of Embassy, Freiherr von dem Bussche-HaddenSausen- Second Secretary, Robert R. fioheUer-Stelnwartg; Third Secretary, Graf von Bressler; Military Attache, Major Koerner; Naval Attache, Commander Hans Georg Hehbingbans. Embassy, 1,435 Ma3sachusetts-ave.

Great Britain.—Ambowador E. and P., the Right Honorable Sir H. M. Dtjrand, G. C. M. G., K. C. S. I., K. G. I. E.; Counsellor of Embassy, "Walter Beau-; VTQ Townley; First Secretary, Erneet Rennie; Second Secretary, Hon. Ronald C. J Lindsay Attache, William Seeds; Military ^Attache, Colonel H. J. Foster; Naval Attache, Cap-tain F, E. C. Rjau. Embassy, 1,300 Gonnecticut-ave.;

Italy.—Ambassador E. and P., Baron Edmondo Mayor des Planches; Secretary,: Giulio Ca?sare Montagna; Attaches, Rlcardo Borghetti, Roberto Centaro, Count G. B,; NanI Mocenigo; Naval Attache, Lieutenant Carlo Pflster; Commercial Delegate, Profes-, sor Antonio Ravaloli. Embassy, 1,400 New-Hampshirelave.

Mexico.—Ambassador B. and P., Joaqtiin de Casasup; First Secretary, Jose F. Godoy; Second Secretaries, Crisdforo, Canseco, Balbino Davalos; Third Secretary, Jose

Castcllot, jr.; Manual Zapata Vera, jr.; Military Attache, -. Embassy, 1,4.15;

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Russia.—Ambassador E. and P., Baron Rosen, Master of the Imperial Court;! First Secretary of Embassy, Theodore Hansen; First Secretary of Legation at-", tached to'Embassy, Prince Nicolas Koudacheff; Second - Secretaries, B. de Siebert, M. de Thai; Military Attache, Colonel Raspopoff; Naval Attache, Commander: Alexandre Bo-uta&ofx; Financial Agent, Gregory Wilenkin. Embassy, 1,634 I-st.

LEGATIONS.

Argentine Republic.—E. E. and M. P. Epifanio Portcla; First Secretary of Legation, Carlos E. Zavalia; Second Secretary, Luis de Oliveira Cezar; Attache, Julian' Fbrtela: Naval Attache, Lieut. Commander Luis A. Lan. Legation, 2,108 Sixteenth-fit. tion. 1710 H-St.

Belgium.—E. B, and M. P., Baron Ludovlc Moncheur; Counsellor ©f Legation, E. Kavenith; First Secretary, Adhemar Delcoigne; Attache, Pol L. Tellier. Legation, 1,719 H-st.

Bolivia.—E. E. and M. P., Ignaeio Calderon; First Secretary, Jorge B. ZaJles;: Honorary Attache, Wm. Alfred Reid. Lection, 1,200 Sevente-enth-st.;

Chili.—E. E. and M. P., Joaquin "Walker-Martinez; First Secretary, German: Munita; Second Secretary, ;Military Attache, Colonel Vincente del Solar. Legation, 1715 Massachust-tts-ave.

China.—B. E. and M. P., Sir Chentung Liang-Cheng, K. C. M. G.; First Secretary, Chow Tszchi; Second Secretaries, Chang Chuan, Sun Sze-yee; Attache?, Li Kwoh-Cheng, Wo Chang, Liang Pi-Chuan. Legation, 2,001 Nineteenth-st.

Colombia.— E. E. and M. P., Diego Mendoza; First Secretary of Legation, Eduardo Perez Triana; Counsellor of Legation. L. H. Andrews. Legation; the Rocbambeau.

Costa Rica.—E. E. and M. P., Joa<ruin Bernardo Calvo. Legation. 1.3291 Eighteenth-at.

Cuba.—E. E. and M. P., Gonzalo de Quesada; First Secretary, Antonio Martin Rivero; Second Secretary, Francisco Pina y Marin; Attaches, Arturo Macarl Romero, Antonio Ruiz y Olivares. Legation, 1.006 Sixteenth-st.

Denmark.—E. E. and M. P,, Constanthi Brim. Legation, 1^21 Twentieth-st.

Dominican Republic.—M. R., Emilio C. Joubert; Counsellor of Legation, Henry G. K. Heath; Secretary of Legation, Arturo L. Fiallo. Legation, the Shoreham.

Ecuador.—*E. E. and.M. P., General L, Plaza; Secretary of Legation, Dr. Serafin:' S. Wither; Military Attache, Lieutenant Colonel Enrique Roca, Legation, 11 Broadway, New-York City.

Guatemala.— E. E. and M. P., Jorge Munoz; Secretary,of Legation, JoaquanYela. Legation, the Highlands.

Honduras*—Vacant.

Hayti.—E. B. and M. P., J. N. Legcr; Secretary, Perceval Thoby. Legation, 1,429 Rhode Island-ave.

Japan.—E. B. and M. P., Kogoro Takahira; First Secretary, Eki Hlolcf: Thirdi Secretary, Masanao Hanihara; Attaches, Bunzo Kubota, Isaburo Yoshida: Naval Attache, Commander Isam Takeshita, Legation, 1,310 N-st^

iKorea.—

Netherlands.—B. E. and M, P., Jonkherr R. de Marees Van Swinderen- Secretary of Legation, Baron E. L. L. Van Tuyll Van Seroosfcerken. Legation,'1 T8$ M-st. x'

Nicaragua.—B. E, and M. Veloz. Legation, 2,003 O-st.

Norway.—Charge d'Affaires, C Harge, Legation, the New Willard,

Panama.—E. B. and M. P., J. Domingo de Obaldla; Secretary, C C. Arosemena; Attache G. de Obaldia: Honorary Attache, Jorgo E, Boyd* Legation the Highlands.

Paraguay.—E. B. and Ml P., Ceclllo Baez; Counsellor ef Legation, Clifford «. Walton; Attache. Reinaldo BibolinL Legation, 600 Bond Building.

P„ Luis F. Cores.; Second Secretary, Nicholas

*Forelgn relations conducted through Japan.

Persia.—E. E. and M. P., General Morteza Khan; Secretary of Ideation. Mesrop Nevton Khan; Attache, H, P. Mirikelani. Legation, 1,800 19th-efc. ^6*"A'U* m vp

*** ^era:T"B* B- and M- p-# Manuel Alvarez Calderon (absent); Second Secretary, Alfredo Alvarez Calderon^ Attaches, Manuel R. Caadamo. Alfredo Benavides. Legation, the Rochambeau,

Portugal*—E. E. and M. P^ VLscount de Aite. rogation, 1909 N-st.

Salvador.—B. B. and M. P. (vacant).

Siam.—E. B. and M. P., Phya Akharaj Varadhara; Secretary of Legation, Edward H. Loftus; Attach6, Mom. Luang Kruaval. Legation, the Arlington.

Spain.—E. E. and M. P., Bernardo Jacinto de Cologan; First Secretary, Luis Pastor; Second Secretary. Manuel Walls y Merino; Military Attache, Lieutenant Colonel Pederico de Monteverde, Legation, 729 EighteenthHJt,

Sweden.—B. B. and M. P*, A. Grip; Secretary of Legation, G. de Strale. Legation, 2„117 S-st,

Switzerland.—E. E. and M. P., Leo Vogelj Secretary of Legation, A. de Pury. Legation, 2,013 Hi Iyer Place.

Turkey.—E. B. and M. P., Chekib Bey; First Secretary, Djelal Munif Bey; Second Secretary, Sidky ]3ey; Military Attache^ Lieutenant Colonel Aziz Bey. Legation, 2,101 S-st.

Uruguay.—E. E. and M. P., Eduardo Aoevedo Diaz; First Secretary, Pedro Requena Bermudez. Legation, the Portland.

Venezuela.—E. E. and M. P. ;charge d*affaires, N. Veloa-Goiticoa; First

Secretary of Legation, Augusto F. Pulldo. Legation, 1,312 Twenty-Qrst-st.

♦Corrected to Dec, 1, 1906. Addresses, If not otherwise stated, Washington, D. C.

UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE,

ARGENTINE REP. Buenos Ayres

Bahla Blanca

Cordoba

Rosarlo »

AUSTRIAHUNGARY. Budapest

Fiume .. ...«,

Carlsbad .....;..»...

Prague .............

Reich enberg «>.*......

Haida

Trieste ,

Vienna .....—....»..,

Briinn ,

BELGIUM.

Antwerp , *...<

Brussels

Oharlerol «.

Ghent ..............

Liege ........»,

Verviera .,

BRAZIL.
Bahla «»...

Aracaja «..♦......,

Para ,

Manaos ...«~ ,

Maranhao ....♦.*., Pernambuco ........

Ceara ........•••.

Maceto .....►•...♦♦,

Natal .,

Rio de Janeiro......

Victoria

Santos

Rio Grande do Sat
CHILL

Antofagasta ...

Arica * ....

Iquique .....

Valparaiso ••

Caldera .....«,....,

Coquimbo ....bo..*,

Coronet

Punta Arenas, •. -,

Talcahuano ...«..,

Valdivia .....,...,

{Corrected to December L 1905.)

George C, Cole (C, G.) .

Walter T, Jones (A).

2John M. Thome (V. O)

Thomas B. Van Home (C).

2Frank D. Chester (C. G.>.

F. H. La Guardia (A.)

John S. Twelis (C. A.)....,
Urbain J. Ledoux (C.).....,

Silas C. McFarland (C.)

Frank Siller (A.)

Frederick W. Hossfeld (C),
William A. Rubiee (C. G.).,
Alfred W. Donegan (A.)...,

Church Howe (C. G.) ,

George W. Roosevelt (C G.)
Albert H. Michelson (A.)..<
Frank R Mowrer (C.)....*<

James C, McNally (C)

Henry Dodt (A.) ,

BL Wr Furniss CC)....«..,
Lula Schmidt (A.). ..♦...<►.<

Louis H. Ayme (C.).. ,

George B. Pell (A.>.........

J. B. do Prado (A.)

William L, Seweli (C.)

A. E, da Frota (A)

Oscar Falsao (A.)... ♦..

Henry J; Green (A.).......,

Eugene Seeger (C. G.) ,

Jean Zlnzen (A) .....

Jesse* H, Johnson (C)

Jorge Vereker (A.)...._..«

2Charles C. Greene (C).*.,

2John W. Lutz.(C)

'Charles S. Winans (C)....
Robert E. Mansfield (C.)...

John C. Morong (A.)

Andrew Kerr (A.)

Benjamin R, Robertson (A.>.

Merita Braun (A.)

Joseph O. Smith (A.)......,

Robert N. Williams {A.)..«

W. Va....
Arg. Rep.
Penn
Ohio .....

Mass .,.
Ariz ..,.
Penn «...
Maine „.
Iowa ....
Wis .....
Iowa ....

Wis

Ala .....

Neb ....
Penn ...
Mass ...
Ohio ....
Penn „..
Germany

Ind

Brazil ...
Illinois ..

N. Y

Brazil o..

Ohio

Brazil ...
Brazil ...
N. Y.,..
Illinois ..
Brazil ...
Texas ..
Brazil ...

R. t.....

Ohio ....
Michigan
Indiana .
Chill ....
Chill ....
Chill ....
Chill ....
Chili ....
Cal .*...

1905
1892
1877
1905

1904
1904
1902
1903
1902
1898
1897
1903
1905

1903
1905
1901
1001
1902
1890

1898
1889
1903
1903
1903
1901
1897
1902
1904
1897
1890
1901
1897

1898 1900 1901 1871 1898 1903 1898 1895 1904

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