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No. 110.

Nero Orleans, December 17, 1862.

I. All the telegraph lines in this Department are placed under the protection of the Government.

By orders from the War Department, CHARLES S. BULKLEY will have control of all telegraph lines, and will take charge of all telegraph offices and materials in this Department.

Commanding officers will afford the necessary aid for the protection and repair of the lines.

II. All houses in New Orleans which have been taken possession of for the Government, will be immediately turned over to such officer of the Quartermaster's Department as Col. S. B. ILLABIRI), Chief Qurtermaster, muy designate, and such houses will not be occupied hereafter except by his assignment, in no case to exceed the regulation allowance of quarters.

BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BANKS :

RICHARD B. IRWIN,
Lieutenant Colonel, Assistant Adjutant General

New Orleans, December 17, 1862.

No. 111.

All sales of property on account of the United States will be and are hereby suspended until further orders.

BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BANKS :

RICHARD B. IRWIN,
Lieutenant Colonel, Assistant Adjutant General.

No. 112.

New Orleans, December 18, 1862.

The Commander of every District, Brigade, Post, separate Regiment or Detachment, within the limits of this Department, will at once send in to thes.• Headquarters a consolidated morning report of his command for the day succeeding that on which this order is received by him.

A similar report must be made hereafter on the 10th, 20th and last day of every month.

All independent commanders will be held responsible for the prompt rendition of these reports, and will exact promptness from their subordinate commanders.

Immediate requisition will be made on these Headquarters for a three months supply of the new form of blank morning reports.

BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BANKS :

RICHARD B. IRWIN,
Lieutenant Colonel, Assistant Adjutant General

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