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Fourth Infantry. Headquarters and band at Fort Sanders, Company E, at Fort McKinney, W. T. W. T.
F, at Fort Sanders, W. T. + Company A, at Fort Fred Steele, W. T.
G, at Fort Sanders, W. T.
H, at Fort Fred Steele, W. T.
I, at Fort McKinney, W. T. D, at Fort Laramie, W. T.
K, at Fort Laramie, W. T.
Ninth Infantry. Headquarters and band at Omaha Bar- | Company E, at Fort McKinney, W. T. racks, Neb.
F, at Omaha Barracks, Neb. Company A, at Fort McPherson, Neb.
G, at Omaha Barracks, Neb. B, Sidney Barracks, Neb. ||||
H, Omaha Barracks, Neb. || || C, Camp at Cheyenne Depot,
I, Omaha Barracks, Neb. || || W. T. ||||
K, at Camp at Cheyenne Depot, D, at Sidney Barracks, Neb.
Fourteenth Infantry. Headquarters and band at Camp Douglas, | Company E, at Camp Douglas, U. T. U. T.
F, at Camp Douglas, U'. T. Company A, at Fort Hall, Idaho.
G, at Camp Douglas, U. T. I B, at Fort Cameron, U. T.
H, at Camp Douglas, U. T. C, at Fort Cameron, U. T.
I, at Camp Douglas, Utah. I D, at Camp Douglas, U. T.
K, at Fort Hartsutt, Neb.
Company G, Fifth Cav.
Company B, Foor
Company C, Four
Company K, Ninth In.
Fort Bridger, Wyo. In charge of quartermaster's agent.
Capt. Edward M. Hayes
Acting Asst. Surg. Robert B. Grimes.
and A. C.S.
Capt. and Asst. Surg. Stevens G. Cowdrey
First Lieut. Alpheis H. Bowman, commanding
Second Lieut. George Palmer.
Maj. Montgomery Bryant..
Q. M., anci A.C.S.
Second Lieut. William A. Kimball
Fort Hall, Idaho).
Four teenth Infantry. Company E, Four
teenth Infantry. Company F, Four
teenth Infantry. I Company G Four.
teenth Infantry. I Company H, Four
Company I. Four
teenth Infantry. I
5 A.-Roster of troops serving in the Department of the Platte, 8c.-Continued.
Company I, Third Cav.
Company C, Fourth In
Company K, Four
Company D, Fourth
Fort Fetterman, Wyo.. $Capt. William H. Andrews
*First Lieut. Albert D. King.
First Lieut. and Asst. Surg. John V. R. Hoff.
Russell, Wyo., and Second Lieut. William A. Kim-
porary duty from Camp Douglas.
First Lieut. Charles B. Western, post adjutant.
Act. Asst. Surg. S. S. Boyer.
First Lient. Henry Seton, post adjutant.
Second Lieut. Augustus C. Macomb...
A. A. Q. M. and A.C. S.
Maj. Verling K. Hart.
Second Lient. George (. Eaton
First Lient. George P. Davis.
First Lieut. Adolphus W. Greeley
alry. Company C, Fifth Cav.
alry. Company D, Fifth Cay.
alry. Company E, Fifth Cav.
alry. Company F, Fifth Cav.
alry. Company K, Fifth Cay.
alry. Company M, Fifth Cav.
alry. Company B, Fourth In
fantry. Company E, Fourth In
fantry. Company I, Fourth In.
fantry. Company E, Ninth In.
5 A.-Roster of tooops serving in the Department of the Platte, fo-Continued..
Fort McPherson, Nebr. Lieut.Col. Eugene A. Carr, Fifth Cavalry, commanding
Capt. Alfred B. Taylor
Company L, Fifth Cav.
Company A, Ninth In.
First Lieut. and Asst. Surg. M. W. Wood.
First Lieut. Jesse M. Lee, regimental and post adju-)
Company F, Ninth In-
Company G, Ninth In-
fantry. Maj. and Surg. Charles Page.
*Post Chaplain Alpha Wright. Camp Robinson, Nebr.. *Capt. Frederick Van Vliet. First Lieut. J. F. Simpson, post adjutant.
Company C, Third
commanding, A. A. Q. M. and A. C. S
Act. Assist. Surg. Charles V. Petteys Fort D.A.Russell, Wyo Capt. John M. Hamilton
Company I, Fifth Car.
Company F, Fourth *Second Lieut. Henry E. Robinson
Q. M. and A. C. S.
*Lieut. Col. John S. Mason.
A. A. Q. M. and A.C.S.
Company G, Fourth
Post Cuaplain Gamaliel Collins. Camp Sheridan, Nebr.. Capt. Deane Monahan, commanding. *First Lieut. Emmet Crawford..
Company G, Third
fantry, A. A. Q. M., A. C. S., and post adjutant... Sidney Barracks, Nebr. Maj. George A. Gordon, Fifth Cavalry, commanding
Capt. Michael J. Fitz Gerald..
Company D, Ninth In.
Capt. and Assist. Surg. Curtis E. Munn
$Capt. John Miller.
Company A, Fourth
Company H, Fourth *Second Lieut. Silas A. Wolf.
5 A.- Roster of troops serving in the Department of the Platte, 8c.—Continued.
TROOPS COMPOSING CAMP DEVIN, WYO.
[Post-office address: Deadwood, Dak.).
Lieut. Col. Luther P. Bradley, Ninth Infantry, com
Second Lieut. Francis H. Hardie.
Company A, Third
Company C, Ninth In
Company H, Ninth In
fantry. Company I, Ninth In fantry.
6.-REPORT OF MAJ. GEN. W. S. HANCOCK.
HIEADQUARTERS MILITARY DIVISION OF TIIE ATLANTIC,
October 23, 1878. SIR: In obedience to the instructions contained in your letter of the 13th ultimo, I have the honor to submit, for information of the General of the Army, the following report of operations within the Military Division of the Atlantic during the past year:
The geographical limits of the division remain the same as last year; but some changes in its departmental organization have been made. By General Orders No. 101, of November 8, 1877, from Headquarters of the Army, the Department of the East was constituted, embracing that portion of the division which at date of last report had no departmental organization, but over which I exercised the functions of a department commander. The order merely corrected an informality and made no material change in my duties or power. By General Orders No. 38, of June 21, 1878, Headquarters of the Army, the Departments of the Gulf and South were consolidated under the name of the Department of the South, and Brig. Gen. C. C. Augur assigned to command with headquar. ters at Newport Barracks, Kentucky.
The division, therefore, at this date is divided into two military departments, viz: Department of the East, commanded by me in addition to my duty as commander of the Division of the Atlantic, and Department of the South, commanded by Brigadier-General Augur.
In compliance with existing orders requiring division and department commanders to visit the posts embraced within the limits of their command as soon as practicable after their assignment thereto, I made application in the early part of January, 1878, to the General of the Army for his approval of an intended tour of inspection by me to the posts in the Departments of the South and Gulf, the former commanded by Brig. Gen. Thomas H. Ruger, headquarters at Atlanta, Ga., and the latter by Brig. Gen. C. C. Augur, headquarters at New Orleans, La. (The Department of the Gulf had been added to the Division of the Atlantic by General Orders No. 23, of May 3, 1877, from the Headquarters of the Army.)
My application received the sanction of the General of the Army, and, accordingly, on the 19th of January, 1878, I left New York to make the proposed inspection. Some of the posts in these departments had been visited by me in former years, others of them I had not seen.
My inspections commenced in the Department of the Gulf, at Key West Barracks, and Fort Taylor, Key West, Fla., and embraced Fort Jefferson (Dry Tortugas), and all other posts in that command, terminating at Little Rock, Ark.
During my tour I also visited the “jetties” at the mouth of the South Pass, Mississippi River, where I was offered an opportunity to make an examination of that great work.
Upon concluding my inspections in the Department of the Gulf, at Little Rock, Ark., I entered the Department of the South, and visited and inspected the posts at Chattanooga, Tenn., and McPherson Barracks, Atlanta, Ga.; then proceeding to the Atlantic coast, at Brunswick, Ga., I turned south to Fort Marion and Saint Francis Barracks, Saint Augustine, Fla., and, returning north from that point, inspected Oglethorpe Barracks, Savannah, Ga., and Forts Jackson and Pulaski, on the Savannah River below that city. My original intention when starting on this