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No. 535,-Capt. John A. Duckworth, Second Iowa Infantry.
No, 536.—Maj. Mathew G. Hamill, Second Iowa Infantry, of operations July 22.
N., 537.-Lieut. Col. James C. Parrott, Seventh Iowa Infantry, of operations May

14-15 and July 22. No. 538.-Capt. Samuel Mahon, Seventh Iowa Infantry. No. 539.—Col. Robert N. Adams, Eighty-first Ohio Infantry, commanding Second

Brigade. No. 540.-Lieut. Col. Jesse J. Phillips, Ninth Illinois Mounted Infantry,' command

ing Second Brigade, of operations July 22. No. 541.--Capt. Samuel T. Hughes, Ninth Illinois Mounted Infantry. No. 542.—Lieut. Col. Henry Van Sellar, Twelfth Illinois Infantry. No. 543.—Capt. William S. Boyd. Sixty-sixth Illinois Infantry. No. 544.—Capt. William C. Henry, Eighty-first Ohio Infantry. No. 545.—Lieut. Col. Robert N. Adams, Eighty-first Ohio Infantry, of operations

July 22. No. 546.—Col. Richard Rowett, Seventh Illinois Infantry, commanding Third Bri

gade. No. 547.- Capt. Samuel E. Lawyer, Seventh Illinois Mounted Infantry, of capture

of train (July 5) near Tilton, Ga. No. 548.—Capt: Frederick Welker, Battery H, First Missouri Light Artillery. Chief

of Artillery, Second Division, of operations July 22. No. 549.-Lieut. Andrew T. Blodgett, Thirty-ninth Iowa Infantry, commanding

Battery H, First Missouri Light Artillery. No. 550.-Brig. Gen. John W. Fuller, U. S. Army, commanding Fourth Division. No. 551. - Lieut. Col. Henry T. McDowell, Thirty-ninth Ohio Infantry, command

ing First Brigade. No. 552.-Lieut. Col. Michael W. Manning, Sixty-fourth Illinois Infantry. No. 553.—Lieut. Col. Charles S. Sheldon, Eighteenth Missouri Infantry. No. 554. -Lieut. Col. Mendal Churchill, Twenty-seventh Ohio Infantry, of oper

ations July 22. No.555.-Maj. John S. Jenkins, Thirty-ninth Ohio Infantry. No. 556.—Lieut. Col. Henry T. McDowell, Thirty-ninth Ohio Infantry, of operations

July 22. No. 557.—Brig. Gen. John W. Sprague, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade. No, 558.-Col. John J. Cladek, Thirty-fifth New Jersey Infantry, of operations

May 13-15 and July No. 559. —Lieut. Col. William A. Henry, Thirty-fifth New Jersey Infantry. No. 560.-Col. Wager Swayne, Forty-third Ohio Infantry. No. 561.—Maj. John W. Fouts, Sixty-third Ohio Infantry. No. 562.—Lieut. Col. Jeremiah M. Rusk, Twenty-fifth Wisconsin Infantry. No. 563.-Col. James H. Howe, Thirty-second Wisconsin Infantry, commanding

Third Brigade, of skirmish (May 27) at Pond Springs, Ala. No. 564.—Col. John Tillson, Tenth Illinois Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, No. 572.- Maj. Gen, Frank P. Blair, jr., U. S. Army, commanding Seventeenth

of operations August 20-September 6. No. 565.—Capt. George C. Lusk, Tenth Illinois Infantry. No. 566.- Capt. James S. Wright, Twenty-fifth Indiana Infantry. No. 567.-Col. Charles H. De Groat, Thirty-second Wisconsin Infantry. No. 568.--Capt. George Robinson, Battery C, First Michigan Light Artillery, Chief

of Artillery, Fourth Division, of operations July 22. No. 569.Lieut. Henry Shier, Battery C, First Michigan Light Artillery, of oper

ations July 22. No. 570.—Lieut. Seth M. Laird, Fourteenth Ohio Battery, of operations July 22, No. 571.-Lieut. Lemuel Smith, Fifth U. S. Artillery, commanding Battery F,

Second U. S. Artillery, of operations July 22.

Army Corps. No. 573.—Col. Oscar Malmborg, Fifty-fifth Illinois Infantry, Chief Engineer, of

operations June 6–21. No. 574.–Lieut. James R. Dunlap, Seventy-sixth Illinois Infantry, Chief Acting

Signal Officer, of operations July 22. No. 575.—Lieut. Clifford Stickney, Seventy-second Illinois Infantry, Acting Signal

Officer, of operations July 22, No. 576.–Brig. Gen. Mortimer D. Leggett, U. S. Army, commanding Third Divis

ion, of operations June 27 and July 21–22. No. 577.—Brig. Gen. Charles R. Woods, U. S. Army, commanding Third Division,

of operations August 23-September 8. No. 578.--Col. George E. Bryant, Twelfth Wisconsin Infantry, commanding First

Brigade. No. 579.—Lieut. Col. Greenberry F. Wiles, Seventy-eighth Ohio Infantry, com.

manding Second Brigade. No. 580.-Col. Adam G. Malloy, Seventeenth Wisconsin Infantry, commanding

Thiril Brigade. No. 581.-Maj. John T. Cheney, First Illinois Light Artillery, Chief of Corps Artil

lery, of operations July 22. No. 582.-Lieut. William Justin, Battery H, First Michigan Light Artillery, of

operations August 31-September 1. No. 583.–Brig. Gen. Walter Q. Gresham, U. S. Army, commanding Fourth Divis

ion, of operations May 27-July 20. No. 584.-Brig. Gen. Giles A. Smith, U. S. Army, commanding Fourth Division, of

operations July 21-September 8. No. 585.—Col. William L. Sanderson, Twenty-third Indiana Infantry, commanding

First Brigade, of operations June 27. No. 586.—Col. Benjamin F. Potts, Thirty-second Ohio Infantry, commanding First

Brigade, of operations July 17-September 8. No. 587.--Col. William Hall, Eleventh Iowa Infantry, commanding Third Brigade,

of operations June 27 and July 5 and 22. No. 588.—Col. John Shane, Thirteenth Iowa Infantry, commanding Third Brigade,

of operations July 21. No. 589. -'Brig. Gen. William W. Belknap, U.S. Army, commanding Third Brigade,

of operations July 31-September 8. No. 590.–Lieut. Col. John C. Abercrombie, Eleventh Iowa Infantry, of operations

July 22. No. 591.---Maj. William A. Walker, Thirteenth Iowa Infantry, of operations July 21. No. 592. —Col. John Shane, Thirteenth Iowa Infantry, of operations July 22 and 28. No. 593.-Col. William W. Belknap, Fifteenth Iowa Infantry, of operations July

21, 22, and 28. No. 594.-Lieut. Col. Addison H. Sanders, Sixteenth Iowa Infantry, of operations

July 22. No. 595.-Capt. Crandall W. Williams, Sixteenth Iowa Infantry, of operations

July 22. No. 596.-Medals of Honor awarded Union soldiers for distinguished services. No. 597.-General Joseph E. Johnston, C.S. Army, commanding Army of Tennes

see, of operations December 27, 1863-July 17, 1864. No. 598.-General John B. Hood, C.S. Army, commanding Army of Tennessee, of

operations July 18-September 6.
No. 599.-Organization of the Confederate forces.
No. 600.--Strength of the Confederate forces.
No. 601.-Casualties in the Confederate forces May 6-July 9.

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No. 602. - Brig. Gen. Francis A. Shoup. C. S. Army, Chief of Staff, of operations

July 25-September 7. No. 603.—Lieut. Gen. William J. Hardee, C.S. Army, commanding corps. No. 604.-Itinerary of Hardee's army corps May 15-June 14. No. 605.--Brig. Gen. George Maney, C.S. Army, commanding Cheatham's division,

of operations August 31. No. 606.-Brig. Gen. John C. Carter, C.S. Army, commanding Cheatham's division,

of operations September 1. No. 607.-Col. Ellison Capers, Twenty-fourth South Carolina Infantry, Gist's bri

gade, of operations May 6-July 18 and September 1. No. 608.—Maj. Gen. Patrick R. Cleburne, C. S. Army, commanding division, of

operations May 7–27. No. 609.-Brig. Gen. Mark P. Lowrey, C. S. Army, commanding Cleburne's divis

ion, of operations August 31 and September 1. No. 610.-Capt. Aaron A. Cox,* Fifth Confederate Infantry, Polk's brigade, of

operations July 20-22. No. 611.-Brig. Gen. Mark P. Lowrey, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of oper

ations July 20-September 1. No. 612.—Col. John Weir, Fifth Mississippi Infantry, commanding Lowrey's brig

ade, of operations August 31 and September 1 and 2. No. 613.—Brig. Gen. Daniel C. Govan, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of oper

ations July 22. No. 614.-Col. Peter V. Green, Fifth Arkansas Infantry, commanding Govan's

brigade, of operations August 31 and September 1. No. 615.- Brig. Gen. Hiram B. Granbury, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of

operations August 31 and September 1. No. 616.-Brig. Gen. James A. Sunith, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of oper

ations July 21 and 22. No. 617.—Lieut. Thomas L. Flynt, Sixth Texas Infantry, commanding Sixth Texas

Infantry and Fifteenth Texas Cavalry (dismounted), of operations July,

20-22. No. 618.-Capt. J. William Brown, Seventh Texas Infantry, of operations July 20

22. No. 619.-Capt. John A. Formwalt, Tenth Texas Infantry, of operations July 21

and 22. No. 620.-Capt. William H. Perry, Eighteenth Texas ,Cavalry, commanding Seven

teenth and Eighteenth Texas Cavalry (dismounted), of operations July

20-22. No, 621. - Maj. William A. Taylor, Twenty-fourth Texas Cavalry, commanding

Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth Texas Cavalry (dismounted), of oper

ations July 20–22. No. 622.—Lieut. Col. Cincinnatus S. Guyton, Fifty-seventh Georgia Infantry, com

manding Mercer's brigade, of operations July 22–24. No. 623.-Col. Charles H. Olmstead, First Volunteer Georgia Infantry, command

ing Mercer's brigade, of operations August 2-September 1. No. 624.-Col. William Barkuloo, Fifty-seventh Georgia Infantry, con

commanding Mercer's brigade, of operations July 22-August 2. No. 625.–Lieut. Gen. John B. Hood, C. S. Army, commanding corps, of operations

May 7-July 17. No. 626.—Lieut. Gen. Stephen D. Lee, C. S. Army, commanding corps (formerly

Hood's), of operations July 27-September 19. No. 627.-Brig. Gen. John C. Brown, C. S. Army, commanding Hindman's division,

of operations July 28 and 29. * Report probably signed by this officer. The copy on file is without signature.

No. 628.-Maj. Gen. Patton Anderson, C. S. Army, commanding division (formerly

Hindman's), of operations July 30-August 31. No. 629.-Lieut. Col. Harry T. Toulmin, Twenty-second Alabama Infantry, com

manding Deas' brigade, of operations July 28. No. 630.-Capt. Isaac M. Whitney. Twenty-second Alabama Infantry, of operations

July 28. No. 631.-Capt. Napoleon B. Rouse, Twenty-fifth Alabama Infantry, of operations

July 22 and 28. No. 632.- Capt. Alexander J. Miller, Thirty-ninth Alabama Infantry, of operations

July 22 and 28. No. 633.-Capt. Archibald D. Ray, Fiftieth Alabama Infantry, of operations July 28. No. 634.-Brig. Gen. Arthur M. Manigault, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of

operations July 28. No. 635.-Capt. Starke H. Oliver, Twenty-fourth Alabama Infantry, of operations

July 28. No. 636. —Lieut. Col. William L. Butler, Twenty-eighth Alabama Infantry, of oper

ations July 28. No. 637.--Maj. John N. Slaughter, Thirty-fourth Alabama Infantry, of operations

July 28. No. 638.-Capt. Elijah W. Horne, Nineteenth South Carolina Infantry, of oper

ations July 22 and 28. No. 639.—Brig. Gen. Jacob H. Sharp, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of oper

ations July 28. No. 640.—Col. William H. Bishop, Seventh Mississippi Infantry, of operations

July 28. No. 641.-Lieut. Col. Benjamin F. Johns, Seventh Mississippi Infantry, command

ing Ninth Mississippi Infantry, of operations July 28. No. 642.-Col. J. Byrd Williams, Forty-first Mississippi Infantry, of operations

July 28. No. 643.- Lieut. Col. R. G. Kelsey, Forty-fourth Mississippi Infantry, of operations

July 28. No. 644.—Lieut. J. B. Downing, Ninth Mississippi Battalion Sharpshooters, of oper

ations July 28. No, 645. — Brig. Gen. Edward C. Walthall, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, or

operations May 7–20. No. 646. --Brig. Gen. William F. Brantly, C. S. Army, commanding brigade (for

merly Walthall's), of operations July 28. No. 647.-Col. Robert P. McKelvaine, Twenty-fourth Mississippi Infantry, com

manding Twenty-fourth and Twenty-seventh Mississippi Infantry, of

operations May 12-18. No. 648.-Lieut. Col. William L. Lyles, Twenty-fourth Mississippi Infantry, com

manding Twenty-fourth and Twenty-seventh Mississippi Infantry, of

operations July 28. No. 649.-Col. William F. Brantly, Twenty-ninth Mississippi Infantry, commanding

Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth Mississippi Infantry, of operations May

7-20. No. 650.–Lieut. Col. James M. Johnson, Thirtieth Mississippi Infantry, command

ing Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth Mississippi Infantry, of operations

July 28. No. 651.-Col. Samuel Benton, Thirty-fourth Mississippi Infantry, of operations

May 11-18. No. 652.-Capt. T. S. Hubbard, Thirty-fourth Mississippi Infantry, of operations

July 28.

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No, 653.-Maj. Gen. Carter L. Stevenson. C. S. Army, commanding division, of

operations May 1-30 and June 22. No. 654.—Maj. Gen. Alexander P. Stewart, C. S. Army, commanding division, of

operations May 7-27. No. 655.-Maj. Gen. Henry D. Clayton, C. S. Army, commanding division (formerly

Stewart's), of operations July 22 and 28 and August 31. No. 656.-Brig. Gen. Marcellus A. Stovall, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of

operations May 7-15 and August 31. No. 657. -Col. Abda Johnson, Fortieth Georgia Infantry, commanding Stovall's

brigade, of operations May 15-June 1. No. 658.—Capt. J. N. Dobbs, Fortieth Georgia Infantry, of operations May 7-29. No. 659.—Maj. Mark S. Nall, Forty-first Georgia Infantry, of operations May 7-25. No. 660.-Capt. Lovick P. Thomas, Forty-second Georgia Infantry, of operations

May 14-25. No. 661.-Maj. William C. Lester, Forty-third Georgia Infantry, of operations May

1-30. No. 662.--Capt. Rufus R. Asbury, Fifty-second Georgia Infantry, of operations

May 15–25. No. 663.-Brig. Gen Henry D. Clayton, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of oper

ations May 7-27. No. 664.-Col. Bushrod Jones, Fifty-eighth Alabama Infantry, commanding Holtz

claw's (formerly Clayton's) brigade, of operations August 31. No. 665.--Lieut. Col. Peter F. Hunley, Eighteenth Alabama Infantry, of operations

May 7–27. No. 666.—Capt. James A. Wemyss, Thirty- ixth Alabama Infantry, of operations

May 7-28. No. 667.—Capt. George W. Welch, Thirty-eighth Alabama Infantry, of operations

May 7-27. No. 668.-Col. Bushrod Jones, Fifty-eighth Alabama Infantry, commanding Thirty

second and Fifty-eighth Alabama Infantry, of operations May 7-28. No. 669.—Brig. Gen. Alpheus Baker, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations

May 7-June 2. No. 670.–Lieut. Col. Alexander A. Greene, Thirty-seventh Alabama Infantry, of

operations May 7-June 2. No. 671.-Col. John H. Higley, Fortieth Alabama Infantry, of operations May 7–27. No. 672.-Capt. William D. McNeill, Forty-second Alabama Infantry, of operations

May 7-31. No. 673.-Lieut. Col. John A. Minter, Fifty-fourth Alabama Infantry, of operations

May 7-June 2. No. 674.—Brig. Gen. Randall L. Gibson, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of oper

ations May 7-25, July 28, and August 31, No. 675.- Maj. $. S. Batchelor, First Louisiana Infantry (regulars), of operations

May 9-27. No. 676. - Maj. Duncan Buie, Fourth Louisiana Battalion Infantry, of operations May

15-29. No. 677.—Lieut. Col. Francis L. Campbell, Thirteenth Louisiana Infantry, of oper

ations May 7–29. No. 678.—Maj. John E. Austin, Fourteenth Louisiana Battalion Sharpshooters, of

operations May 7–29. No. 679.-Col. Joseph C. Lewis, Twenty-fifth Louisiana Infantry, commanding Six

teenth and Twenty-fifth Louisiana Infantry, of operations May 7-28. No. 680.---Lieut. Col. Hyder A. Kennedy, Nineteenth Louisiana Infantry, of oper

ations May 8–13.

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