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Alabama,

Baton Rouge Barracks, Louisiana,

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Fort Brown,
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Fort McIntosh,

Fort Duncan,
Fort Clark,
Fort Inge,

Fort McKavett,
Fort Chadbourne,
Fort Belknap,

DEPARTMENT OF NEW
MEXICO.

Fort Bliss,

Fort Union,
Fort Marcy,
Fort Craig,
Fort Fillmore,
Fort Defiance,
Fort Massachusetts,
Las Lunas,
Albuquerque,
Cantonment Burgwin,
Fort Thom,
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Lt. Col. Morrison, 7th inf.
Col. Wilson, 7th inf.
Bvt. Lt. Col. Bragg, 3 art.
Maj. Andrews, 7th inf.
F.Leavenworth Capt. Hunt, 4th Art.
Fort Scott,
Garrison
Minnesota Ter. Fort Ripley, Bvt.Maj. Patten, 2d inf.
Fort Snelling, Capt. Sherman, 3d art.
Trav.des Sioux, Major Day, 2d inf.
Via Fort Leav- Bvt. Lt. Col. Montgomery,
enworth, Mo. 2d inf.
Via Independ-
ence, Mo.,
Bvt.Lt. Col. Hoffman,6 inf. 6th infantry.
Via Austin, Io., Capt. Wharton, 6th inf. 6th infantry.

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Oregon Route,

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Savannah.
Indian River,
Key West,
Via Tampa,

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Tampa,

Pensacola,

Fort Gibson,
Fort Smith,
Fort Washita,

Newport, Maj. Backus, 3d inf.
Sault S. Marie, Capt. Clarke, 4th art.
Mackinac,
Fort Gratiot,

St. Augustine,
Mobile.

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Garrison withdrawn.

New Orleans,

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Permanent Commanders. Garrison.

Bvt. Maj. Haskin, 1 art.
Capt. Vogdes, 1st art.
Capt. Pratt, 2d art.
Bvt. Maj. Arnold, 2d art.
Bvt. Col. Munroe, 2d art.

2d artillery.

Lt. Col. J. Erving, 2d art.
Garrison withdrawn.

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Ist artillery. 1st artillery. 2d artillery. 2d artillery. 2d artillery.

Recruits.
4th artillery,
Bvt.Maj. Williams, 4th art. 4th artillery.
Garrison withdrawn.

7th infantry. 7th infantry. 2d & 3d art. 7th infantry. 4th artillery. withdrawn. 2d infantry. 3d artillery. 2d infantry.

2d infantry.

V. San Antonio Bvt.L. Col.Alexander,8 inf. 8th infantry.
V.Indep'ce, Mo. Capt. Macrae, 3d inf.
3d infantry.
Bvt. Maj. Brooks, 3d inf. 3d infantry.
Bvt. Lt. Col. Chandler,3inf. 3d infantry.
V. San Antonio. Capt. Johns, 3d inf. 1 drag. & 3 inf.
V.Indep'ce, Mo. Bvt. Maj. Kendrick, 2 art. 2 art. & 3 inf.
Bvt. Lt. Col. Brooks, 2 art. 2d artillery.
Capt. Ewell, 1st drag. 1st dragoons.
Bvt. Maj.Carleton, 1stdrag. 1 drag. & 3 inf.
Maj. Blake, Ist Drag. 1st dragoons.
Bvt.Maj.Richardson, 3 inf. 3d infantry.
1st Lt. Davidson, 1st drag. 1st dragoons.

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Mtd. rifles.
4th artillery.
Mtd. rifles, 4
art., & 5 inf.
Mtd. rifles, 1
art., & 5 inf.
1 art. & 1 inf.
1st infantry.
Mtd. rifles.
2d dragoons.
2d dragoons.
2 drag. & 7 inf.

Posts.

DEPARTMENT OF THE
PACIFIC.

Fort Yuma,
Mission of San Diego,
Fort Miller,
Presidio of S.Francisco,
Benicia Barracks,
Fort Reading,

Fort Jones,
Fort Humboldt,
Fort Orford,

Fort Lane,
Fort Vancouver,
Fort Dalles,
Steilacoom

MILITARY ACADEMY.
West Point,
RECRUITING DEPOTS.
Fort Columbus,
Jefferson Barracks,
Newport Barracks,

State or Terri-
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New York,

New York,
Missouri,
Kentucky,

Via San Diego, Bvt. Maj. Thomas, 3d art. 1st & 3d art.
San Diego,
Capt. Burton, 3d art.
1st & 3d art.
Stockton, 1st Lt. Loeser, 3d art. 3d artillery.
San Francisco, Capt. Keyes, 3d art. 3d artillery.
Benicia, Bvt.Lt. Col.Nauman, 3 art. 3d artillery.
Cottonwood, Bvt. Col. Wright, 4th inf. 3d art & 4th inf.
Yreka,
Capt. Judah, 4th inf. 4th infantry.
Bucksport, Bvt.L.Col. Buchanan,4 inf. 4th infantry.
Port Orford, 2d Lt. Kautz, 4th inf. 3d artillery.
Jacksonville, Capt. A. J. Smith, 1st drag. 1st dragoons.
Washington T. Vancouver, Lt. Col. Bonneville, 4 inf. 3d art. &4th inf.
Dalles of Col'bia Maj. Rains, 4th inf. 3d art. &4th inf.
Nesqually, Bvt. Maj. Larnard, 4 inf. 4th infantry.

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Bvt. Col. R.E. Lee, Engin's

Lt. Col. Abercrombie, 2 inf. Recruits.
Bvt. Col. Sumner, 1st drag. Recruits.
Maj. Backus, 3d inf. Recruits.

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6. MILITIA FORCE OF THE UNITED STATES.

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

Total
Commis-

Non-commis-
sioned Offi-

Officers.

sioned cers, Musi-
cians, Artifi-
cers, Privates.

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West Point,

New York,
Jefferson Barr.
Newport,

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1,248

21 7 285

1,996

2,536

235
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226

7,975

49,337 66,289

2,054,740

758 2,407 *No returns from Iowa, and the Territories of New Mexico, Oregon, and Washington.

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

SUBSIST FORAGE. SERVANTS.

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Captain,

Surgeon-General, $2,500 per annum,
Surgeons of 10 years' service,
Surgeons of less than 10 years' service,
Assistant Surgeons of 10 years' service, .
of 5 years' service,
Assist. Surg. of less than 5 years' service,
ENGINEERS, TOPOG. ENGINEERS, AND
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Colonel,
Lieutenant-Colonel,

Major,

Captain,

First Lieutenant,

Second Lieutenant (Brevet the same),
MOUNTED DRAGOONS AND RIFLEMEN.

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Pay, &c.
of a

Private.*

No.of Servants.

Monthly Com-
mutation value.

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4 $62.00 $376.00 233.00

141.00 38.00

3 46.50 246.50

28.00

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First Lieutenant,

Second Lieutenant (Brevet the same),

Adj.& Reg. Q'rm'r, besides pay of Lieut.,
ARTILLERY AND INFANTRY.

Colonel,
Lieutenant-Colonel,
Major,
Captain,

First Lieutenant,

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Second Lieutenant (Brevet the same),
Adj.and Reg.Q'rm'r, besides pay of Lieut.,
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.

Total Monthly Pay.

98.50 141.00 183.00

246.50

183.00 162.00

141.00

98.50

183.00 162.00

141.00

98.50

20.00

208.33 162.00 141.00 208.33

165.00

141.00

122.50

98.50

81.83

183.00 162.00 141.00

98.50

81.83

81.83

183.00 162.00 141.00 106.50

89.83 89.83 10.00

2 31.00

166.00

2 31.00 145.00

2 31.00 129.00 1 15.50 79.50

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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.

John T. Newton,
Wm. D. Salter,
William Mervine,
Silas H. Stringham,

Isaac Mayo,
Matthew C. Perry,
Cadwalader Ringgold,

Joseph Smoot,
F. H. Gregory,
Charles Boarman,
Charles Stewart,

George W. Storer,

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.

1. COMMANDERS OF SQUADRONS.

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3. NAVAL ASYLUM.

Governor,

George W. Storer.
F. H. Gregory.
Philip F. Voorhees.
David Geisinger.
Isaac McKeever.
J. P. Zantzinger.
William D. Salter..
Charles S. McCauley.
T. M. Newell.
E. A. F. Lavallette.
John Percival.
John H. Aulick.
W. V. Taylor.
Bladen Dulany.
S. H. Stringham.
Isaac Mayo.
William Mervine.

4. NAVAL ACADEMY.

2. COMMANDERS OF NAVY YARDS.

Portsmouth.

Hiram Paulding,

Washington.
Norfolk.

S. L. Breese,

Boston.
New York.
Philadelphia.

Lawrence Rousseau, Pensacola.

Home Squadron.

Coast of Brazil.

Pacific Ocean.

Mediterranean.

Coast of Africa.

Superintendent,

5. OFFICERS OF THE NAVY.

Captains. 68.

Commanders. — 97.

East Indies.

N. Pacific Expedition.

Thomas Crabbe.
Thomas Paine.
James Armstrong.
Joseph Smoot.
Samuel L. Breese.
Benjamin Page.
W. K. Latimer.
Hiram Paulding.
Uriah P. Levy.
Charles Boarman.
French Forrest.
William Jamesson.
Charles Gauntt.
William Ramsay.
Henry Henry.
Henry W. Ogden.
Thomas A. Conover.

William C. Nicholson. William H. Gardner.

Philadelphia.

Annapolis, Md.

John J. Young.
Frederick Varnum.

Ed. W. Carpender.

Joseph R. Jarvis.

John L. Saunders.

Saml. W. Le Compte.
Charles T. Platt.

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Joseph B. Hull.

John Stone Paine.
Thomas Petigru.

David G. Farragut.
Richard S. Pinckney.
Stephen B. Wilson.
T. Aloysius Dornin.
Rob. B. Cunningham.
James Glynn.
Joseph Myers.

Wm. M. Armstrong.

John S. Chauncey.

William F. Shields.
G. J. Pendergrast.

John Kelly.

* Corrected in the Navy Department, October, 1854.

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.

Thomas R. Gedney.
Victor M. Randolph.
Frederick Engle.
John Rudd.
Robert Ritchie.
William W. McKean.
Franklin Buchanan.
Samuel Mercer.

Charles Lowndes.
L. M. Goldsborough.
George N. Hollins.
Duncan N. Ingraham.
John Marston.
Henry Bruce.
Henry A. Adams.
William S. Walker.
George F. Pearson.
James T. Gerry.
John S. Nicholas.
Samuel F. Du Pont.
William L. Hudson.
George A. Magruder.
John Pope.

Levin M. Powell.
Charles Wilkes.

Captains of squadrons, Other captains on duty, on leave,

COMMANDERS, 97, in sea service,

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750

500

400

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1,750 MASTER'S MATES, 2, on duty,
1,866
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2,100 BOATSWAINS, 36
1,600 GUNNERS,
2,000 CARPENTERS, 52
2,133 SAILMAKERS, 40 sea service,*
2,400 CHIEFENGINEERS,12,on duty, 1st 5 years, 1,500
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Thomas J. Manning.
Thomas O. Selfridge.
Henry Eagle.
Andrew K. Long.
G. J. Van Brunt.
William M. Glendy.
George S. Blake.
Z. F. Johnston.
William Green.
Samuel Barron.
Timothy G. Benham.
Oscar Bullus.
Charles H. Jackson.
Andrew A. Harwood.
Theodorus Bailey.
Hugh Y. Purviance.

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George Adams.
Cadwalader Ringgold.
Wm. F. Lynch.
Henry W. Morris.
Isaac S. Sterett.
Francis B. Ellison.
Edw. B. Boutwell.
Sidney Smith Lee.
Wm. C. Whittle.
Thompson D. Shaw.
Robert D. Thorburn.
Samuel Lockwood.
Lloyd B. Newell.
William S. Ogden.
Frederick A. Neville.
Charles C. Turner.

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John Manning.
James L. Lardner.
Robert G. Robb.
John Colhoun.
Thomas T. Craven.
Andrew H. Foote.
Wm. W. Hunter.
Amasa Paine.
Edg. G. Tilton.
James H. Ward.
Henry K. Hoff.
Murray Mason.
Charles H. Davis.
Ebenezer Farrand.
Henry H. Bell.
Wm. Smith.

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