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6 Series I Volume XXXI-II Serial 55 - Knoxville and Lookout Mountain Part II

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[CHAP. XLIII.


Numbers 91.-Major General Oliver O. Howard, U. S. Army, commanding eleventh Army Corps, including march to the relief of Knoxville, with complimentary orders.


Numbers 92.-Surg. Daniel G. Brinton, U. S. Army, Medical Director.


Numbers 93.-Brigadier General Adolph von Steinwehr, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division.


Numbers 94.-Colonel Adolphus Buschbeck, Twenty-seventh Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding First Brigade.


Numbers 95.-Colonel George W. Mindil, Thirty-third New Jersey Infantry.


Numbers 96.-Major David A. Peloubet, Thirty-third New Jersey Infantry.


Numbers 97.-Lieutenant Colonel Allan H. Jackson, One hundred and thirty-fourth New York Infantry.


Numbers 98.-Colonel Patrick H. Jones, One hundred and fifty-fourth New York Infantry.


Numbers 99.-Major August Riedt, Twenty-seventh Pennsylvania Infantry, including march to the relief of Knoxville.


Numbers 100.-Lieutenant Samuel D. Miller, Seventy-third Pennsylvania Infantry, including march to the relief of Knoxville.


Numbers 101.-Colonel Orland Smith, Seventy-third Ohio Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, including march to the relief of Knoxville.


Numbers 102.-Lieutenant Colonel Godfrey Rider, jr., Thirty-third Massachusetts Infantry, including march to the relief of Knoxville.


Numbers 103.-Colonel James Wood, jr., One hundred and thirty-sixth New York Infantry, including march to the relief of Knoxville.


Numbers 104.-Colonel Charles B. Gambee, Fifty-fifth Ohio Infantry, including march to the relief of Knoxville.


Numbers 105.-Major Samuel H. Hurst, Seventy-third Ohio Infantry.


Numbers 106.-Major General Carl Schurz, U. S. Army, commanding Third Division, including march to the relief of Knoxville.


Numbers 107.-Itineraries of the First Brigade (Brigadier General Hector Tyndale) and the Third Brigade (Colonel Frederick Hecker), November 1-30.


No. 108.-Major Thomas W. Osborn, Chief of Artillery.


Numbers 109.-Captain Michael Wiedrich, First New York Light Artillery, Chief of Artillery, Second Division.


Numbers 110.-Captain William Wheeler, Thirteenth New York Battery, including march to the relief of Knoxville.


Numbers 111.-Lieutenant Christopher F. Merkle, Battery G, Fourth U. S. Artillery.


Numbers 112.-Brigadier General John W. Geary, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division, Twelfth Army Corps, with congratulatory orders.


Numbers 113.-Colonel Charles Candy, Sixty-sixth Ohio Infantry, commanding First Brigade.


Numbers 114.-Colonel Thomas J. Ahl, Twenty-eighth Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding regiment and First Brigade.


Numbers 115.-Colonel John H. Patrick, Fifth Ohio Infantry.


Numbers 116.-Captain Ernst J. Krieger, Seventh Ohio Infantry.


Numbers 117.-Colonel William T. Fitch, Twenty-ninth Ohio Infantry.


Numbers 118.-Captain Thomas McConnell, Sixty-sixth Ohio Infantry.


Numbers 119.-Lieutenant Colonel Ario Pardee, jr., One hundred and forty-seventh Pennsylvania Infantry.


Numbers 120.-Colonel George A. Cobham, jr., One hundred and eleventh Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding Second Brigade.


Numbers 121.-Colonel William Rickards, jr., Twenty-ninth Pennsylvania Infantry.


Numbers 122.-Lieutenant Colonel Thomas M. Walker, One hundred and eleventh Pennsylvania Infantry.


Numbers 123.- Colonel David Ireland, One hundred and thirty-seventh New York Infantry, commanding Third Brigade.


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