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4. ARSENALS,

Regiment Posts. State or Territory. Post-Office, Permanent Commanders.

and Corps. Kennebec, Maine,

Augusta, Bvt. Capt. F. D.Callender, Ordnance. Watertown, Massachusetts,

Watertown,

Bvt. Lt. Col. J.W. Ripley, Ordnance. Watervliet, New York,

West Troy,

Maj. John Symington, Ordnance. New York, New York,

New York, Capt. R. H. K. Whiteley, Ordnance. Allegheny, Pennsylvania, Pittsburg,

Ordnance.

Bvt. Maj. A. Mordecai, Frankford,

Bridesburg, Bvt. Maj. P. V. Hagner, Ordnance. Pikesville, Maryland, Pikesville, Bvt. Col. B. Huger, Ordnance. Washington, Dist. of Columbia, Washington, Maj. W. H. Bell,

Ordnance. Fort Monroe, Virginia, Old P. Comfort, Bvt. Maj. G. D. Ramsay, Ordnance. St. Louis,

Missouri, St. Louis, Maj. Edward Harding, Ordnance. Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Baton Rouge, 1st Lieut. T. J. Rodnan, Ordnance. Mount Vernon, Alabama, Mount Vernon, 1st Lt. Josiah Gorgas, Ordnance. Detroit,

Michigan, Dearbornville, 1st Lt. R. A. Wainright, Ordnance. North Carolina, North Carolina, Fayetteville, Bvi. Maj. T.T.S. Laidley, Ordnance. Charleston, South Carolina, Charleston,

1st Lt. C. P. Kingsbury, Ordnance. Little Rock, Arkansas, Little Rock,

Ordnance.

Bvt. Capt. A. B. Dyer,
San Antonio, Texas,
San Antonio,

Ordnance.

1st Lt. John McNutt, Benicia, California, Benicia, Bvt. Capt. C. P. Stone, Ordnance.

There is a national armory at Springfield, Mass., James S. Whitney, Civil Superintendent, and one at Harper's Ferry, Va.,

Civil Superintendent. The Champlain Arsenal and Ordnance Depot at Vergennes, Vt.; the Rome, at Rome, N. Y.; the Augusta, at Augusta, Geo.; the Apalachicola, at Chattahoochee, Fla.; the St. Augustine, at St. Augustine, Fla.; and the Santa Fé, at Santa Fe, New Mexico, are under charge of military store-keepers. The Bellona Arsenal is not used at present. An Ordnance Sergeant is at the post in charge of the buildings and grounds.

5. MILITARY Posts. NOTE. · The garrisons of the posts marked thus * are given in the list as they will be after certain changes, now (Oct. 1, 1854) being made, are completed.

Posts.

State or Terri

tory.

Post-Office.

Permanent Com

mander.

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DEPARTMENT OF

THE EAST.
Fort Sullivan, Maine, Eastport,

Garrison withdrawn. Fort Preble,

Portland, Fort Constitution, N. Hampshire, Portsmouth, Fort Independence, Massachusetts, Boston, Bvt.Maj.Scott,4th art. 4th artillery. Fort Warren,

Not garrisoned. Fort Adams, Rhode Island, Newport,

Garrison withdrawn. Fort Wolcott, Fort Trumbull, Connecticut, New London, Fort Hamilton,

New York,

New York, Bvt.Maj.Morris, 4 art. 4th artillery. Fort Columbus, N. Y. Harbor,

Lt. Col. Abercrombie, 2 inf. Recruits. Fort Wood,

Garrison withdrawn. Fort Lafayette, Fort Niagara,

New York,

Youngstown, Fort Ontario,

Oswego, Capt. McCown, 4 art. 4th artillery. Madison Barracks,

Sacket's Harb.,

Garrison withdrawn. Plattsburg Barracks,

Plattsburg, Fort Mifflin, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Carlisle Barracks,

Carlisle, Bvt.Br.-Gn.Hitchcock 2d infantry. Fort McHenry, Maryland, Baltimore, Bvt. Col. Gardner, 1 art. 1st & 2d art. Fort Washington,

F.Washington,

Garrison withdrawn. Fort Monroe, Virginia, Old P. Comfort, Col. Crane, 1st art. 1st artillery. Fort Johnson, Fort Caswell, } North Carolina, Smithville,

Garrison withdrawn. Fort Macon,

Beaufort, Fort Moultrie, South Carolina, Charleston, Bvt. Col.Dimick, I art. 1st artillery. Castle Pinckney,

Garrison withdrawn. Fort Sumter,

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Posts.

State or Terri

tory.

Post-Office

Permanent Commanders.

Garrison.

Oglethorpe Barracks, Georgia,
Fort Capron, Florida,
Key West Barracks,
Fort Myers,
Fort Meade,
Fort Brooke,
Fort Pickens,
Barrancas Barracks,
Fort McRee,
Fort Marion,
Fort Morgan, Alabama,
Baton Rouge Barracks, Louisiana,
Fort Pike,
Fort Macomb,
Fort Jackson,
New Orleans Barracks,
Newport Barracks, Kentucky,
Fort Brady,

Michigan,
Fort Mackinac,
Fort Gratiot,

Savannah.
Indian River, Bvt. Maj. Haskin, 1 art. Ist artillery.
Key West, Capt. Vogdes, 1st art. 1st artillery.
Via Tampa,

Capt. Pratt, 2d art. 2d artillery.

Bvt. Maj. Arnold, 2d art. 2d artillery.
Tampa, Bvt. Col. Munroe, 2d art. 2d artillery.
Pensacola, Lt. Col. J. Erving, 2d art: 2d artillery.
St. Augustine,

Garrison withdrawn.
Mobile,
Baton Rouge, Capt. W. F. Barry, 2d art. 2d artillery.
Fort Pike,

Garrison withdrawn.
New Orleans,

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Newport,

Maj. Backus, 3d inf. Recruits.
Sauli S. Marie, Capt. Clarke, 4th art.

4th artillery, Mackinac, Bvi. Maj. Williams,41h art. 4th artillery. Fort Gratiot,

Garrison withdrawn.

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DEPARTMENT OF THE

WEST.
Fort Gibson,

Arkansas,
Fort Gibson,

Lt. Col. Morrison, 7th inf. 7th infantry. Fort Smith,

Fort Smith,

Col. Wilson, 7th inf. 17th infantry. Fort Washita,

Fort Washita, Bvt. Lt. Col. Bragg, 3 art. 24 & 3d art. Fort Arbuckle,

Maj. Andrews, 7th inf.

7th infantry. Fort Leavenworth,

4th artillery. Missouri, F.Leavenworth Capt. Hunt, 4th Art. Fort Scott,

Fort Scott,

Garrison withdrawn.

2d infantry. Fort Ripley,

Minnesota Ter. Fort Ripley, Bvt. Maj. Patten, 2d inf. Fort Snelling,

Fort Snelling, Capt. Sherman, 3d art. 3d artillery. Fort Ridgely, Trav.des Sioux, Major Day, 2d inf.

2d infantry. Fort Riley,

Nebraska Ter., Via Fort Leav. Bvt. Lt. Col. Montgomery,
enworth, Mo. 2d inf.

2d infantry. Fort Laramie, Oregon Route, Via Independ

Bvt.Lt. Col. Hoffman, 6 inf. 6th infantry. Fort Kearny,

Via Austin, Io., Capt. Wharton, 6th inf. 6th infantry.

ence, Mo.,

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DEPARTMENT OF

TEXAS.
Fort Merrill, Texas,

V.Corp. Christi Bvt. Lt. Col. Porter, rifles, Mtd. rifles.
Fort Brown,
Brownsville, Maj. Porter, 4th art. 4th artillery.

Ş Mtd. rifles, 41 Ringgold Barracks, R. Grande City, Col. Loomis, 5th inf.

art., & 5 inf.

Mid. rifles, 1 Fort McIntosh, Laredo, Bvt. Col. Loring, 5th inf.

art., & 5 inf. Fort Duncan,

V. San Antonio, Col. Plympton, 1st inf. 1 art. & 1 inf. Fort Clark,

Lt. Col Bainbridge, 1st inf. 1st infantry. Fort Inge,

Maj. Simonson, rifles, Mtd. rifles. Fort McKavett,

Bvt. Col. May, 2d drag. 2d dragoons. Fort Chadbourne,

Capt. Calhoun, 20 drag. 2d dragoons. Fort Belknap,

Major Steen, 2d drag. 2 drag. & 7 inf. DEPARTMENT OF NEW

MEXICO. ort Bliss,

New Mexico, V. San Antonio Bvt.L. Col. Alexander, 8 inf. 8th infantry. Fort Union,

3d infantry. V.Indep’ce, Mo. Capt. Macrae, 3d inf. Fort Marcy,

Bvt. Maj. Brooks, 3d inf. 3d infantry. Fort Craig,

Bvt. Lt. Col.Chandler, 3inf. 3d infantry. Fort Fillmore,

V. San Antonio. Capt. Johns, 3d inf. 1 drag. &3 inf. Fort Defiance,

V.Indep’ce, Mo. Bvi. Maj. Kendrick, 2 art. 2 art. & 3 inf. Fort Massachusetts,

Bvt. Lt. Col. Brooks, 2 ari. 2d artillery. Las Lunas,

Capt. Ewell, Ist drag. Ist dragoons. Albuquerque,

Bvt. Maj. Carleton, Istdrag. I drag. & 3 inf. Cantonment Burgwin,

Maj. Blake, Ist Drag. 1st dragoons. Fort Thom,

Bvt. Maj.Richardson, 3 inf. 3d infantry. Rayado,

1st Lt. Davidson, Ist drag. Ist dragoons.

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DEPARTMENT OF THE

PACIFIC. Fort Yuma,

California, Via San Diego, Bvt. Maj. Thomas, 3d art. 1st & 3d art. Mission of San Diego,

San Diego,

Capt. Burton, 3d art. Ist & 3d art. Fort Miller,

Stockton, 1st Lt. Loeser, 3d art. 3d artillery. Presidio of S.Francisco,

San Francisco, Capt. Keyes, 3d art. 3d artillery. Benicia Barracks,

Benicia, Bvi.Lt. Col. Nauman, 3 art. 3d artillery. Fort Reading,

Cottonwood, Bvt. Col. Wright, 4th inf. 3d art & 4th inf. Fort Jones,

Yreka,
Capt. Judah, 4th inf.

4th infantry. Fort Humboldt,

Bucksport, Bvi.L. Col.Buchanan,4 inf. 4th infantry. Fort Orford,

Oregon, Port Orford, 20 Lt. Kautz, 4th inf. 3d artillery. Fort Lane,

Jacksonville, Capt. A. J. Smith, Ist drag. Ist dragoons. Fort Vancouver, Washington T. Vancouver, Lt. Col. Bonneville, 4 inf. 3d art. &4th inf. Fort Dalles,

Dalles of Col'bia Maj. Rains, 4th inf. 3d art. &4th inf. Steilacoom

Nesqually, Bvt. Maj. Larnard, 4 inf. 4th infantry.
MILITARY ACADEMY.
West Point,

New York, West Point, Bvt. Col. R.E.Lee, Engin's
RECRUITING DEPOTS.
Fort Columbus,

New York,

New York, Lt. Col. Abercrombie, 2 inf. Recruits.
Jefferson Barracks, Missouri, Jefferson Barr. Bvt. Col. Sumner, 1st drag. Recruits.
Newport Barracks, Kentucky, Newport,

Recruits.
Maj. Backus, 3d inf.

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Abstract of the United States Militia, from the Army Register for 1854.

Non-commis-
Gen-
States For
General Field Com-

Total

sioned Offi-
eral
and

Commis-
what
Staff Officers, pany

Aggre-
Offi-
Territories.* year.

sioned

cers, MusiOfficers. &c. Officers.

cians, Artifi

gate. cers.

Officers.

cers, Privates Maine, 1852

56,024 N. Hampshire, 1853 13 54 307 877 1,251 32,325 33,576 Massachusetts, 1853 10 42

27 505 584 139,772

140,356
Vermont, 1843 12 51 224 801 1,088 22,827 23,915
Rhode Island,
1852 6 23

53
29 111 15,858

15,969 Connecticut, 1852 2 13

66 213 294 54,097 54,391 New York,

1852

329

1,600 5,926 7,955 281,351 289,306 New Jersey, 1852

81,984 Pennsylvania, 1852 54 58

212 13,116 13,328 Delaware, 1827 4

8

71 364 447 8,782 9,229 Maryland, 1838 22 168 544 1,763 2,397 44,467 46,864 Virginia, 1853 31 65 1,422 4,974 6,492

118,629 125,121 North Carolina, 1845 28 133 657 3,449 4,267 75,181 79,448 South Carolina, 1843 19 96 452 2,024 2,591 52,618

55,209 Georgia, 1850 39 91 624

4,296 5,050 73,649 78,699 Florida, 1845 3 14

95 508 620 11,502 12,122 Alabama,

1851 32 142 775 1,883 2,832 73,830 76,662
Louisiana, 1851 16 81 190 987 1,274 51,956 53,230
Mississippi, 1838 15 70 392 348 825 35,259 36,084
Tennessee, 1840 25 79 859 2,644 3,607 67,645 71,252
Kentucky,
1852 43 145

1,165
3,517 4,870

84, 109 88,979 Ohio,

1845 91 217 462 1,281 2,051 174,404 176,455 Michigan, 1852 30 124 401 2,208 2,793 61,906 64,669 Indiana,

1832 31 110 566 2,154 2,861 51,052 53,913 Illinois,

1851 30 99 1,297 3,192 4,618 165,741 170,359 Wisconsin, 1852 15

3 114 282 414 39,151 39,565 Missouri, 1844 45 94 790 2,990 3,919

57,081

61,000 Arkansas,

1843 8 29 310 762 1,109 16,028 17,137 Texas, 1847 15 45

248

940 1,248 18,518 19,766 California, 1853 12

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21 201,379 201,400 Minesota Ter., 1851 2

7 1,996 2,003 Utah Ter., 1853 2 48 235 285 2,536

2,821 D. of Columbia. 1852 3 io

28 185 226 7,975

8,201 Total,

758 2,407 13,787 49,337 66,289 2,054,740 2,259,037 * No returns from Iowa, and the Territories of New Mexico, Oregon, and Washington.

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7. TABLE OF PAY, SUBSISTENCE, FORAGE, ETC. OF ARMY OFFICERS.

SUBSIST

FORAGE. SERVANTS.
ENCE.
PAY.

20 cents $8 p. mo. Pay, &c.
for each for each

of a

Ration. Horse. Private.*
RANK AND CLASSIFICATION OF

OFFICERS.

Per Month.

Total Monthly Pay.

1

5 - 6 No. of Rations.

mutation value.
Monthly Com.
mutation value.

No.of Servants.
e Monthly Com.

& mutation value.
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Major-General,

$200.00 15 $90 3 $24 4 $62.00 $376.00 Senior Aid-de-camp to General-in-chief,

60.00 4 24 3 24 2 33.00 141.00 Aid-de-camp, besides pay of Lieutenant, 24.00 ) 6

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38.00 Brigadier-General,

104.00 12 72 3 24 3 46.50 246,50 Aide-de-camp, besides pay of Lieutenant, 20.00

1 8

28.00 Adjutant-General, Colonel,

90.00 6 36 3 24 2 33.00 183.00 Assistant Adj.-General, - Lieut.-Colonel, 75.00 5 30 3 24 2 33.00 162.00

Major,

60.00 4 24 3 24 2 33.00 141.00

Captain, 50.00 24 1 8 1 16.50 98.50 Judge-Advocate, — Major,

60.00 4 24 3 24 2 33.00 141.00 Inspector-General, Colonel,

90.00 6 36 3 24 2 33.00 183.00 Quartermaster-General, — Brig.-General, 104.00 12

3 24 3 46.50 246.50 Assistant Quarterm.-Gen., - Colonel, . 90.00 6

3 24 2 33.00 183.00 Deputy Quarterm.-Gen., - Lieut.-Colonel, 75.00 5 30 3 24 2 33.00 162.00 Quartermaster, - Major,

60.00

4 24 3 24 2 33.00 141.00 Assistant Quartermaster, — Captain, 50.00

4
24
8 116.50

98.50 Commissary-Gen. of Subsistence, - Col.,

90.00

36 3 24 2 33.00 183.00 Assist. Commissary-Gen., - Lieut. Col., 75.00 30 3 24 2 33.00 162.00 Commissary of Subsistence, - Major, 60.00 4 24 3 24 2 33.00 141.00

Captain, 50.00 4 24 1 8 1 16.50 98.50 Assistant Comm'y, besides pay of Lieut., 20.00

20.00 Paymaster-General, $2,500 per annum,

208.33 Deputy Paymaster-General, .

75.00 5 30 3 24 2 33.00 162.00 Paymaster,

60.00 4 24 3 24 2 33.00 141.00 Surgeon-General, $2,500 per annuin,

208.33 Surgeons of 10 years' service,

60.00 8 48 3 24 2 33.00 165.00 Surgeons of less than 10 years' service, 60.00 4 24 3 24 2 33.00 141.00 Assistant Surgeons of 10 years' service, . 50.00 8 48

8 116.50 122.50 of 5 years' service, 50.00 4 24

8 1 / 16.50 98.50 Assist. Surg. of less than 5 years' service, 33.33 4 24 1 8 1 16.50 81.83 ENGINEERS, TOPOG. ENGINEERS, AND

ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT. Colonel,

90.00 6 36 3 24 2 33.00 183.00 Lieutenant-Colonel,

75.00 5 30 3 24 2 33.00 162.00 Major,

60.00 4 24 3 24 2 33.00 141.00 Captain,

50.00 4 24 1 8 1 16.50 98.50 First Lieutenant,

33.33 4 24

8 1 16.50 81.83 Second Lieutenant (Brevet the same), 33.33 4 24

8 1 16.50 81.83 MOUNTED DRAGOONS AND RIFLEMEN. Colonel,

90.00 6

3 24 2 33.00 183.00 Lieutenant-Colonel,

75.00 5 30 3 24 2 33.00 162.00 Major, .

60.00 4 24 3 24 2 33.00 141.00 Captain,

50.00 4 24 2 16 1 16.50 106.50 First Lieutenant,

33.33 4 24 2 16 1 | 16.50 89.83 Second Lieutenant (Brevet the same), 33.33 4 24 2 16

1 16.50 89.83 Adj.& Reg. Q'rm'r, besides pay of Lieut., 10.00

10.00 ARTILLERY AND INFANTRY. Colonel,

75.00 6 36 3 24 2 31.00 166.00 Lieutenant-Colonel,

60.00 5 30 3 24 2 31.00 145.00 Major, .

50.00 4 24 3 24 2 31.00 129.00 Captain,

40.00 4 24

1 15.50 79.50 First Lieutenant,

30.00 4 24

1 15.50 69.50 Second Lieutenant (Brevet the same), 25.00 4 24

1 15.50 64.50 Adj.and Reg. Q’rm'r, besides pay of Lieut., 10.00

8

18.00 On January 1, 1854, the whole number of commissioned officers in the regular army was 952; of non-commissioned officers, musicians, artificers, and privates, 9,377; total, 10,329.

* For the increased pay of the rank and file of the army, see “Titles and Abstracts of the Public Laws,” No. 73, Ch. CCXLVII., post, p. 141.

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IV. NAVY LIST.*

1. COMMANDERS OF SQUADRONS. John T. Newton,

Commodore,

Home Squadron. Wm. D. Salter,

Coast of Brazil. William Mervine,

Pacific Ocean. Silas H. Stringham,

Mediterranean. Isaac Mayo,

Coast of Africa. Matthew C. Perry,

East Indies. Cadwalader Ringgold,

Commander, N. Pacific Expedition.

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2. COMMANDERS OF NAVY YARDS. Joseph Smoot, Portsmouth. Hiram Paulding, Washington F. H. Gregory,

Boston.

S. L. Breese, Norfolk. Charles Boarman,

New York. Lawrence Rousseau, Pensacola. Charles Stewart, Philadelphia.

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Charles Stewart.
Charles Morris.
Stephen Cassin.
George C. Read.
H. E. Ballard.
Jesse Wilkinson.
T. Ap C. Jones.
W. B. Shubrick.
Lawrence Kearny.
Foxhall A. Parker.
David Conner.
John D. Sloat.
Matthew C. Perry.
C. W. Skinner.
John T. Newton.
Joseph Smith.
Lawrence Rousseau.

Captains. - 68.
George W. Storer. Thomas Crabbe.
F. H. Gregory.

Thomas Paine.
Philip F. Voorhees.

James Armstrong.
David Geisinger.

Joseph Smoot.
Isaac McKeever. Samuel L. Breese.
J. P. Zantzinger. Benjamin Page.
William D. Salter. W. K. Latimer.
Charles S. McCauley. Hiram Paulding.
T. M. Newell.

Uriah P. Levy.
E. A. F. Lavallette. Charles Boarman.
John Percival.

French Forrest.
John H. Aulick. William Jamesson.
W. V. Taylor.

Charles Gauntt.
Bladen Dulany.

William Ramsay.
S. H. Stringham. Henry Henry.
Isaac Mayo.

Henry W. Ogden.
William Mervine. Thomas A. Conover.

John C. Long.
John H. Graham.
James Mc. McIntosh.
Josiah Tattnall.
Hugh N. Page.
William Inman.
Stephen Champlin.
Joel Abbot.
Lewis E. Simonds.
Harrison H. Cocke.
William J. McCluney.
John B. Montgomery.
Horace B. Sawyer.
Cornelius K. Stribling.
Joshua R. Sands.
Charles H. Bell.
Abraham Bigelow.

Commanders. — 97. John J. Young. William C. Nicholson. William H. Gardner. Thomas R. Gedney. Frederick Varnum. Ed. W. Carpender. David G. Farragut.

Victor M. Randolph. Joseph R. Jarvis. John L. Saunders. Richard S. Pinckney. Frederick Engle. Saml. W. Le Compte. Joseph B. Hull. Stephen B. Wilson. John Rudd. Charles T. Platt. John Stone Paine. T. Aloysius Dornin. Robert Ritchie. Wm. M. Armstrong. Thomas Petigru. Rob. B. Cunningham. William W. McKean. William F. Shields. John S. Chauncey.

James Glynn.

Franklin Buchanan. G.J. Pendergrast. John Kelly. Joseph Myers.

Samuel Mercer.

* Corrected in the Navy Department, October, 1854.

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