General Orders

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Division into districts
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to be paid expenses in arresting deserters Provost Marshals no commutation
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Substitutes
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No surplus officers to reduced regiments
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Gareschi Lieut Col J P Asst Adj Gen decd G O
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Presidents action not necessury to execute spies deserters
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Abert Colonel J J deceased G O
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Lawson Private II C 1st California Cavalry G
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Regulations par 1341 lost final statements modified G O
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McMarten Surgeon Thomas discharged G O
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Graham Col Samuel 5th N Y Arty courtmartial on O
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Noncommissioned officers rules for muster in G O 239
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Goodman Lieut Thou 6th N J courtmartial on i O
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Roney Captain James B 172d Pennsylvania courtmartial on G O
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Medical Officers of regiments not to be detached G
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reenlisting bounty and furloughs to G O
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Garland Lieut J M dismissed intercepted letter G O
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America J M J sentence revoked G O
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to be mustered out in own States and paid G O
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Groihardt Lieut Hennan 9th Ohio sentence remitted G O
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Organization of volunteer regiments and companies G O
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McGraw T G Confederate army commission on G O
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Gold Lieut Wm L 61st Pa dismissed G O
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Armstrong Private Milton 68th Indiana courtmartial on G O
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Spence Alexander of Norfolk military commission on G O
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Brundridge Private Charles 117th Ohio sentence commuted I O
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Belts Samuel C military commission on G O
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McKezo Sergeant M 82d New York courtmartial on G O
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Retired Colonels Gates Loomis Craig Synnington Long and Thayer G O
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Morris W H military commission on Or O
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Accounts in Quartermasters Department how to be rendered G O
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Burrows 1st Lieutenant 18th U S Infantry courtmartial on G O
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Stearns Major G L rectg com colored troops G O
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Blanckard Private Frederick E 34th Massachusetts courtmartial on G C
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Starkey Captain James 1st Minnesota courtmartial on G O
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veterans bounty 300 extra G O
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Medal of honor Adjutant General to provide for volunteers G O
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O2feilii Lieutenant John 55th Pennsylvania courtmartial on G O
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Major order of precedence in rank G O
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Stiles 2d Lieutenant J W 34th Massachusetts courtmartial on G O
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Allen Brig General Robert chief Quartermaster of North West c G O
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Qillmore Geu Q A to command 10th Corps G O
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Able Daniel proceedings of court set aside G O
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Meredith Brig Gen S A agent to exchange prisoners G O
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Qitmer Maj Jos 18th Pa Cav courtmartial G O
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Boylan Private Thomas 1st California courtmartial on G O
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Soldiers names of tried by General Courtmartial sentence null G O
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Meehan Private Michael 37th Massachusetts courtmartial on G O
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Brower Private Andrew New York battery courtmartial on G O
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Garey Second Lieut J 82d Pa courtmartial on G O
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rules for expenses in recruiting G O 366
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Brcitenback Captain J U 106 Pennsylvania courtmartial on G O 349
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Saunders Captain James 69th New York courtmartial on
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Volunteer militia no more of the 100000 called June 15 18C3 G O
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Strathdee Private George 100th Illinois courtmartial on
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Ballan T J military commission ou G O
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Invalid Corps noncommissioned officers and privates transferred to G O
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Miller Private Michael 157th New York courtmartial on G O
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Stout Private Reuben 60th Indiana courtmartial on G O
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Revere Brig General Joseph V courtmartial on G O
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Madden musician S B 5th Infantry courtmartial on G O
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Seizures of goods c orders for 4 O
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McCarty Private Dennis 23d Illinois courtmartial on G O
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Veteran volunteers may reenlist within one year G O
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McMahan Captain B J 71st Pennsylvania courtmartial on G O
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Slaves enlistment of G O
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Proclamation to free slaves G O 1
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Townsend Additional Paymaster Israel discharged G O 4
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50 bounty for reenlisting for 1 year 21
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Signal Corps fyc approved March 3 1863
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President may appoint officers during recess 23
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Relating to habeas corpus tyc approved March 3 1863
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List to be made of prisoners action of grand jurors c 24
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Cesnola Colonel L P 4th New York Cavalry dismissed G O 27
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In relation to bail appeals c 26
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Nichols Lieutenant Joseph 19th Maine courtmartial on G O 29
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Krechmar Lieut Col 103d New York restored G O 31
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Wilkinson Captain Joab 12th Infautry courtmartial on G O 34
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Sutler additional list of articles to be sold by G O 35
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Buel Private Sylvester 3d New York shot by courtmartial G O 36
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Kemble Surgeon G 8 discharged G O 39
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Weir Lieutenant James W 14th Infantry courtmartial on G O 42
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Dorst Captain W P Commmissary of Subsistence dismissed G O 44
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Field works regulations for care of CO 45
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Paroled troops and stragglers trimouthly reports of c G O 46
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Circulars March 1 1863 after G O 49
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lowry Additional Paymaster John A restored G O 23
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Tate Lieutenant O H 12th Virginia courtmartial on G O 52
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Ives Lieut Walter V 79th New York courtmartial on G O 53
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Davidson Major D 4th U S Infantry dismissed G O 56
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Curtis General S R relieved from Department of Missouri G O 57
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Foote Additional Paymaster restored CO 59
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Williams Major L A 6th Cavalry dismissed G O 60
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Paymasters Additional to be examined G O 61
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Brown Lieutenant Joseph 102d Pennsylvania courtmartial on G O 62
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Commissioners on Missouri claims G O 64
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Woodbury Brig General D P to command Key West and Tortugas G O 66
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Fry Col J B Provost Marshal General c CO 67
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Invalid detachment G O 69
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Nevin Colonel D J 62d New York released G O 74
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Busk Captain A H 43d New York courtmartial on G O 75
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Pleasants James Snowden citizen courtmartial on G O 76
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Fowler Capt Blake 12th N II courtmartial on CO 77
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Weir Lieut J W 14th Infantry restored G O 81
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Briggs Lieutenant W J 75th Pennsylvania courtmartial on G O 84
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Bounty and premium to individuals how paid G O 90
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Sanitary supplies rules for transportation G
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Cotton Lieutenant Harvey 6th Virginia courtmartial on i O 93
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Forts around Washington named G O 83174 313
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Liebers instructions for armies in field G O 100
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Saville Thomas Captain 1st Missouri dismissed G O 101
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Chase 1st Sergeant J A 24th New York courtmartial on G O 107
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Claims for property lost rules for G O 113
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under G O 81 of 1862 G O 118
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Curtis Major General relieved from Department of Missouri G O 121
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Free Private J E 150th N Y courtmartial on G 0 131
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Cole Private Jos F 117th Ohio courtmartial on G O 133
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Colored Troops Bureau and rules of appointment G O 143
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Walsh First Lieut John C 28th New York dismissal revoked G O 147
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Livingston Wm J military commission on G O 151
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Norvell Lieutenant H H 3d East Tennessee courtmartial on G O 155
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Waring J II citizen courtmartial on G O 175
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Provost Marshals Department commanders to arrestCircular June 5
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Crumb Private Samuel D 89th New York courtmartial on G O 181
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Puttkammar Captain A 11th Pennsylvania Battalion courtmartial on I O 189
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Condemned property to be branded G O 193
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Taylor Private Amos 1st California Cavalry courtmartial on G O 197
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Colburn Colonel A V Assistant Adjutant General deceased G O193+
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Clary Lance Corporal John courtmartial on G O 205
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paroles on granted by commanding General Virginia G O 207
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Tyler Brig Gen E B sentence of confirmed G O 215
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Finlcy Private Martin 5th N Y Cav C O 304
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Point Lookout General G Marstou to command G O 226
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lisle James Clarke courtmartial on not a spy G O 228
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Wilson Nathan commission on G O 230
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Cushman 1st Lieutenant R P 14th Massachusetts courtmartial on G O 234
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