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But any officer or private whose health permits him to visit watering places or places of amusement, or to make social visits, or walk about the town, city, or neighborhood in which he may be, will be considered fit for military duty, and as evading duty by absence from his command or ranks.

III.-On Monday, the eighteenth day of August, at ten o'clock a. m., each Regiment and Corps shall be mustered. The absentees will be marked, three lists of the same made out, and within forty-eight hours after the muster, one copy shall be sent to the Adjutant General of the Army, one to the Commander of the Corps, the third to be retained; and all officers and privates fit for duty absent at that time will be regarded as absent without cause, their pay will be stopped, and they dismissed from the service, or treated as deserters, unless restored; and no officer shall be restored to his rank unless by the judgment of a Court of Inquiry, to be approved by the President, he shall establish that his absence was with good cause.

IV.-Commanders of Corps, Divisions, Brigades, Regiments, and detached Posts, are strictly enjoined to enforce the muster and return aforesaid. Any officer failing in his duty herein will be deemed guilty of gross neglect of duty, and be dismissed from the service.

V. A commissioner shall be appointed by the Secretary of War to superintend the execution of this order in the respective States.

The United States Marshals in the respective districts, the mayor and chief of police of any town or city, the sheriff of the respective counties in each State, all postmasters and justices of the peace, are authorized to act as special provost marshals to arrest any officer or private soldier, fit for duty, who may be found absent from his command without just cause, and convey him to the nearest military post or depot. The transportation, reasonable expenses of this duty, and five dollars, will be paid for each officer or private so arrested and delivered.

BY ORDER OF THE PRESIDENT:

E. M. STANTON, Secretary of War. BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR:

E. D. TOWNSEND, Assistant Adjutant General.

General Orders,

No. 93.

WAR DEP'T, ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Washington, August 2, 1862.

Appointments made by the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, since the publication of “ General Orders," No. 87, of July 24,

1862.

I.-APPOINTMENTS.

ADJUTANT GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.

Captain John P. Sherburne, of the Nineteenth Regiment of Infantry, to be Assistant Adjutant General, with the rank of Major, July 17, 1862, vice Drum, promoted.

II.-ADDITIONAL AIDES-DE-CAMP.

Appointed under the act of August 5, 1861.

COLONELS.

Major Ames Beckwith, Commissary of Subsistence, to Major General Wool, commanding the Middle Department, January 1, 1862.

Major Robert E. Clary, Quartermaster, to Major General Wool, commanding the Middle Department, July 5, 1862, [assigned to duty with Major General Pope.]

Captain Edward G. Beckwith, of the Third Artillery, to Major General Wool, commanding the Middle Department, July 5, 1862, [assigned to duty with Major General Pope.]

Major James Belger, Quartermaster, to Major General Wool, commanding the Middle Department, July 11, 1862.

Major Samuel B. Holabird, Additional Aide-de-Camp and Assistant Quartermaster, to Major General Wool, commanding the Middle Department, July 11, 1862, [assigned to duty with Major General Banks.]

James D. Fessenden, of Maine, to Major General Wool, commanding the Middle Department, July 16, 1862, [assigned to duty with Major General Hunter.]

LIEUTENANT COLONELS.

Isaac C. Elston, jr., of Indiana, to Major General Wool, commanding the Middle Department, July 9, 1862, [assigned to duty with Major General WalJace.]

Captain Frederick Myers, Assistant Quartermaster, to Major General Halleck, commanding the Army, July 15, 1862, [assigned to duty with Major General McDowell.]

John B. Frothingham, of Ohio, to Major General Wool, commanding the Middle Department, July 16, 1862, [assigned to duty with Brigadier General Kelley.]

MAJORS.

Captain Louis H. Pelouze, of the Fifteenth Infantry, to Major General Wool, commanding the Middle Department, July 3, 1862, [assigned to duty with Major General Banks.]

James L. Van Buren, of New York, to Major General McClellan, commanding Army of the Potomac, July 7, 1862, [assigned to duty with Major General Burnside.]

James C. Biddle, of

to Major General Wool, commanding the Middle Department, July 8, 1862, [assigned to duty with Brigadier General T. Williams.]

Captain Joseph C. Willard, additional Aide-de-Camp, to Major General Halleck, commanding the Army, July 15, 1862, [assigned to duty with Major General McDowell.]

Captain James M. Sanderson, Commissary of Subsistence of Volunteers, to Major General Halleck, commanding the Army, July 15, 1862, [assigned to duty with Major General McDowell.]

CAPTAINS.

Lewis Livingston, of New York, to Major General Wool, commanding the Middle Department, July 3, 1862, [assigned to duty with Brigadier General Crawford.]

George F. Tannatt, of Massachusetts, to Major General Wool, commanding the Middle Department, July 5, 1862, assigned to duty with Brigadier General Prince.]

Walter Cutting, of New York, to Major General Wool, commanding the Middle Department, July 9, 1862, [assigned to duty with Brigadier General Augur.]

George S. Shaw, of Pennsylvania, to Major General Wool, commanding the Middle Department, July 9, 1862, [assigned to duty with Brigadier General Augur.]

Stephen E. Jones, of Kentucky, to Major General Wool, commanding the Middle Department, July 9, 1862, [assigned to duty with Major General Thomas.

George P. Edgar, of Illinois, to Major General Wool, commanding the Mid

dle Department, July 10, 1862, [assigned to duty with Major General Wallace.]

Edgar W. Dennis, of New York, to Major General Wool, commanding the Middle Department, July 11, 1862, [assigned to duty with Brigadier General King.]

John H. Piatt, of Ohio, to Major General Wool, commanding the Middle Department, July 11, 1862, [assigned to duty with Major General Pope.]

James S. Gould, of New York, to Major General Wool, commanding the Middle Department, July 14, 1862, [assigned to duty with Brigadier General Viele.

III.-APPOINTMENTS MADE IN THE VOLUNTEER FORCE CALLED INTO SERVICE UNDER THE ACTS APPROVED JULY 22 AND 25, 1861, AND JULY 5, 1838.

TO BE MAJOR GENERALS.

Brigadier General Edwin V. Sumner, of the United States Army, July 4, 1862.

Brigadier General Samuel P. Heintzelman, of the United States Volunteers, July 4, 1862.

Brigadier General Erasmus D. Keyes, of the United States Volunteers, July 4, 1862.

Brigadier General Fitz-John Porter, of the United States Volunteers, July 4, 1862.

Brigadier General William B. Franklin, of the United States Volunteers, July 4, 1862.

Brigadier General Alexander McD. McCook, of the United States Volunteers, July 17, 1862.

Brigadier General William Nelson, of the United States Volunteers, July 17, 1862.

Brigadier General Thomas L. Crittenden, of the United States Volunteers, July 17, 1862.

BRIGADIER GENERALS.

Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin S. Roberts, Major Third Cavalry, July 16, 1862.

Major Alfred Pleasonton, of the Second Cavalry, July 16, 1862.

Colonel Jacob Anmen, of the Twenty-fourth Ohio Volunteers, July 16, 1862.

Colonel Joshua W. Sill, of the Thirty-third Ohio Volunteers, July 16, 1862.

Catherinus P. Buckingham, of Ohio, July 16, 1862.

Colonel Fitz-Henry Warren, of the First Iowa Cavalry, July 16, 1862. Colonel Morgan L. Smith, of the Eighth Missouri Volunteers, July 16, 1862.

Colonel Charles Cruft, of the Thirty-first Indiana Volunteers, July 16, 1862.

Colonel Frederick Salomon, of the Ninth Wisconsin Volunteers, July 16, 1862.

Colonel James S. Jackson, of the Third Kentucky Cavalry, July 16, 1862. Colonel Cadwalader C. Washburne, of the Second Wisconsin Cavalry, July 16, 1862.

Lieutenant Colonel Francis J. Herron, of the Ninth Iowa Volunteers, July 16,

1862.

Colonel John Cochrane, of the New York Chasseurs, July 17, 1862.

Colonel John B. Turchin, of the Nineteenth Illinois Volunteers, July 17, 1862.

Colonel Henry S. Briggs, of the Tenth Massachusetts Volunteers, July 17,

Colonel Conrad Feger Jackson, of the Ninth Pennsylvania Volunteers, July 17, 1862.

Colonel James D. Morgan, of the Tenth Illinois Volunteers, July 17, 1862. Colonel August Willich, of the Thirty-second Indiana Volunteers, July 17, 1862.

Colonel Henry D. Terry, of the Fifth Michigan Volunteers, July 17, 1862. Colonel James Steedman, of the Sixty-eighth Ohio Volunteers, July 17, 1862. ADJUTANT GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.

To be Assistant Adjutants General, with the rank of Major.

Captain Robert O. Selfridge, Assistant Adjutant General of Volunteers, July 14, 1862, [for Major General Pope.]

Captain Simon F. Barstow, Assistant Adjutant General of Volunteers, July 15, 1862, [for Major General McDowell.]

To be Assistant Adjutants General, with the rank of Captain.

James H. Odlin, of Ohio, June 9, 1862, [for Brigadier General Rosecrans.] Captain Frederick F. Cavada, of the Twenty-third Pennsylvania Volunteers, July 14, 1862, [for Brigadier General Birney.]

First Lieutenant William A. Gordon of the Twelfth Missouri Volunteers, July 14, 1862, [for Brigadier General Osterhaus.]

Theodore McGowan, of Pennsylvania, July 14, 1862, [for Brigadier General Howe.]

Lieutenant S. W. Waldron, of the United States Volunteers, July 14, 1862, [for Brigadier General Prince.]

Lieutenant Thayer Melvin, of the First Virginia Volunteers, July 14, 1862, [for Brigadier General Kelly.]

Lieutenant William H. Conner, of the Wisconsin Volunteers, July 14, 1862, [for Brigadier General Paine.]

Lieutenant Robert T. Dunham, of the Third New Jersey Volunteers, July 14, 1862, [for Brigadier General Taylor.]

J. Speed Play, of Kentucky, July 15, 1862, [for Brigadier General G. Clay Smith.

Lieutenant C. B. Mervine, of the Fourteenth New York Volunteers, July 15, 1862, [for Brigadier General Griffin.]

First Lieutenant William C. Turner, of the Forty-ninth Ohio Volunteers, July 15, 1862, [for Brigadier General R. W. Johnson.]

Captain Henry Curtis, jr., of the Thirty-Seventh Illinois Volunteers, July 17, 1862, [for Brigadier General Julius White.]

Captain W. H. Kinsman of the Fourth Iowa Volunteers, July 17, 1862, [for Brigadier General G. M. Dodge.]

Jesse Elliott Jacobs, of Pennsylvania, July 17, 1862, [for Brigadier General W. L. Elliott.]

Lieutenant Charles P. Horton, of the Second Massachusetts Volunteers, July 17, 1862, [for Brigadier General G. S. Greene.]

Lieutenant H. B. Scott, of the Second Massachusetts Volunteers, July 17, 1862, [for Brigadier General Gordon.]

Thomas H. Harris, of Indiana, July 17, 1862, [for Brigadier General Sullivan.]

William M. Boone of Pennsylvania, July 17, 1862, [for Brigadier General Lockwood.]

QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

To be Assistant Quartermasters, with the rank of Captain.

R. C. Webster, Regimental Quartermaster of Kentucky Volunteers, September 30, 1861.

First Lieutenant John Morris, of the Seventh Ohio Volunteers, May 23, 1862.
Lieutenant William H. Vallance, of the Harris Light Cavalry, June 10, 1862.
John J. Bowen, of
June 30, 1862.
Lieutenant Robert G. Campbell, of the Fifth Tennessee Volunteers, July 30,

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1862.

James G. Johnson, of New York, July 3, 1862.

W. H. H. Crandall, of the Pennsylvania Volunteers, July 14, 1862.

John Welch, of Pennsylvania, July 14, 1862.
Augustus Morse, of Massachusetts, July 14, 1862.

Lieutenant Charles E. Russ, of the Thirtieth New York Volunteers, July 14,

1862.

George Wallace, of California, July 14, 1862.

William H. Martin, of

July 14, 1862.

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Lieutenant Henry C. Weir, of the New York Volunteers, July 14, 1862.
Raymond Burr, of Ohio, July 14, 1862.
Ira F. Payson, of Colorado Territory, July 16, 1862.
William H. Daniels, of New York, July 16, 1862.
Randolph Botts, of New York, July 17, 1862.
Thompson T. Eckert, of Ohio, July 17, 1862.
T. B. A. David, of Pennsylvania, July 17, 1862.
Randall P. Wade, of Ohio, July 17, 1862.
George H. Smith, of Missouri, July 17, 1862.

Lieutenant D. D. Jones, of the Pennsylvania Volunteers, July 17, 1862.

A. L. Austin, of Massachusetts, July 17, 1862.

First Lieutenant John Morris, of the Seventh Ohio Volunteers, July 17, 1862.

Lieutenant M. M. Hawes, of the Second Massachusetts Volunteers, July 17,

1862.

James S. Hall, of Maine, July 17, 1862.

First Lieutenant, Isaac N. Mason, of the Sixth Wisconsin Volunteers, July 17, 1862.

J. M. Robinson, of Massachusetts, July 17, 1862.

SUBSISTENCE DEPARTMENT.

To be Commissaries of Subsistence with the rank of Captain.

Lieutenant George W. Wiley, Thirty-ninth Indiana Volunteers, November 2,

1861.

Richard M. Edwards, of Tennessee, June 30, 1862.

Charles H. Hempstead, of California, July 14, 1862,
William L. Palmer, of New York, July 14, 1862.
Charles E. Wendt, of Wisconsin, July 14, 1862.
Ethan A. Brown, of
July 14, 1862.
William D. Wesson, of Ohio, July 16, 1862.
Archibald C. Voris, of Indiana, July 16, 1862.
Edward S. Convers, of Ohio, July 16, 1862.

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Reuben Griffith Porter, of New Jersey, July 16, 1862.

A. H. Robinson of Indiana, July 16, 1862.

George W. Burton, of Pennsylvania, July 17, 1862.

Lieutenant William W. Cantine, of the Third Michigan Cavalry, July 17,

1862.

B. F. Winchester, of New York, July 17, 1862.

Lieutenant C. Wheaton, jr., of the Second Massachusetts Volunteers, July 17, 1862.

First Lieutenant James S. Drum, of the Nineteenth Indiana Volunteers, July 17, 1862.

Orlando J. Hopkins, of Kentucky, July 17, 1862.

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