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Sixth Infantry.

ŞMajor Henry Bainbridge,
Col. Newman S. Clarke,

George Andrews.
Lieut.-Col. G. Loomis,

Eighth Infantry.
Major Thomas P. Gwynne, Col. John Garland,
J. J. B. Kingsbury.

#Lieut.-Col. Thomas Staniford. Seventh Infantry.

Major Carlos A. Waite,
Col. M. Arbuckle,

P. Morrison.
Lieut.-Col. Joseph Plympton,

3. MILITARY GEOGRAPHICAL Divisions. The Eastern Division, composed of the 1st, 2d, 3d, and 4th Military Departments, comprises the following States : - Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia ; and the portion of Florida and Wisconsin east of a line drawn from Fond du Lac, Lake Superior, to Cape Sable, Florida.

The Western Division, composed of the 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th Military Departments, is situated within the following limits:

The country west of the line from Fond du Lac to Cape Sable (except Oregon and California), embracing the part of Wisconsin west of said line; Minesota; the States of Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Texas; the part of Florida west of said line; the Indian country west of the Mississippi River; and the Territory of New Mexico.

The Pacific Division, composed of the 10th and 11th Military Departments, comprises the territories of California and Oregon.

The Head-quarters of the Army are in Washington.
The Head-quarters of the Eastern Division are at Troy, N. Y.
The Head-quarters of the Western Division are at New Orleans, La.
The Head-quarters of the Pacific Division are at Sonoma, Cal.

4. MILITARY GEOGRAPHICAL DEPARTMENTS. No. 1. Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.

No. 2. Michigan, Wisconsin (east of the line from Fond du Lac to Cape Sable), Ohio, and Indiana. Head-Quarters at Detroit.

No. 3. New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland.

The Head-quarters of Departments No. 1 and 3 are at Troy, New York. No. 4. Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and that part of Florida lying within the Eastern Division. Head-quarters at Fort Monroe, Va.

No. 5. The portion of Florida within the Western Division, the States of Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Kentucky. Headquarters at New Orleans.

No. 6. Wisconsin (west of the line from Fond du Lac to Cape Sable), Iowa, Illinois, and Missouri, above the 37th degree of north latitude. Head-quarters at St. Louis. No. 7.

The country west of the Mississippi, south of the 37th degree of north latitude, north of Louisiana and Texas, and east of Department No. 9. Head-quarters at

† Brig.-Gen. by brevet.

* Colonel by brevet.

$ Lieut.-Col. by brevet.

No. 8. That part of Texas lying south and east of a line drawn from a point on the Rio Grande, opposite the southernmost limit of the island south of El Paso, containing the towns of San Elizario, Socorra, and Isletta, to the junction of the Ensenada Choctau (Choctaw Creek) with the Colorado or Red River, and down said river to Arkansas. Head-quarters at San Antonio,

No. 9. New Mexico, and the territory north and west of the aforesaid line from the Rio Grande to and down the Colorado or Red River, formerly claimed as a part of New Mexico. Head-quarters at Santa Fé.

No. 10. The Territory of California. Head-quarters at Monterey.
No. 11. The Territory of Oregon.

5. ARSENALS.

Regiment Posts. State or Territory Post-Office. Permanent Commanders

and Corps. Kennebec, Maine,

Augusta, 1 Lt. R. A. Wainright, Ordnance. Watertown,

Massachusetts, Watertown, Bvt Maj.W.A. Thornton, Ordnance. Champlain, Vermont, Vergennes. Watervliet,

New York, Watervliet, Bvt. Lt. Col. R. L. Baker, Ordnance. Rome,

Rome. Alleghany, Pennsylvania, Pittsburg, Capt. E. Harding, Ordnance. Frankford,

Frankford, Bvt. M. G. D. Ramsey, Ordnance. Pikesville, Maryland, Pikesville, Capt. L. A. B. Walbach, Ordnance. Washington,

Dist. of Columbia, Washington, Bvt. Maj. A. Mordecai, Ordnance. Bellona, Virginia,

Bellona. St. Louis, Missouri, St. Louis,

Maj. W. H. Bell,

Ordnance. Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Baton Rouge, Capt. R. H. K. Whiteley, Ordnance. Mount Vernon, Alabama, Mount Vernon, 1 Lt. A. H. Dearborn, Ordnance. Detroit, Michigan, Dearbonville, Bvt. Capt. F. D. Callen,

der,

Ordnance. North Carolina, North Carolina, Fayetteville, Capt. J. A. J. Bradford, Ordnance. Charleston, South Carolina, Charleston, Bvt. Maj. P. V. Hagner, Ordnance. A palachicola, Florida,

Chattahoochee. Little Rock, |Arkansas,

Little Rock,

Capt. J. M. Morgan, Ordnance.

6. MILITARY Posts.

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State or Terri

Permanent Com Regiment and Posts.

Post-Office. tory.

manders.

Corps. EASTERN DIVISION.

Department No. 1.
Fort Sullivan, Maine, Eastport,

Bvt.Lt. Col. M. Burke, 3d artillery. Fort Preble,

Portland,

Bvt.Maj. R. Anderson, 3d artillery. Fort Constitution, N. Hampshire, Portsmouth, Byt. Lieut.-Col. J. M.

Washington. 3d artillery. Fort Independence, Massachusetts, Boston,

Garrison temporarily withdrawn. Fort Warren, Fort Adams, Rhode Island, Newport,

Col. W. Gates,

3d artillery. Fort Wolcott, Fort Trumbull, Connecticut,

New London, Byt.-Col. F. S. Belton, 3d artillery. Department No. 2. Fort Brady,

Michigan, Sault Ste. Marie, 1st Lt.T.R.McConnell, 4th ifantry. Fort Mackinac,

Mackinac, Bvt.Maj.C.H.Larnard 4th infantry. Fort Gratiot,

Fort Gratiot, Bvt. Maj. B. Alvord, 4th infantry. Detroit Barracks,

Detroit,

Col. W. Whistler, 4th infantry. Fort Howard, Wisconsin,

Green Bay, Bvt. Col. F. Lee, 4th infantry. Department No. 3. Fort Niagara, New York, Youngstown, Bvt. Lt.-Col. R. C. Bu

chanan,

4th Infantry. Fort Ontario,

Oswego,

Bvt. Col. G. Wright, 4th infantry. Madison Barracks,

Sacket's Harbour, Lt. Col. Bonneville, 4th infantry. Plattsburg Barracks,

Plattsburg, Capt. H. D. Wallen, 4th infantry. West Point,

West Point, Capt. H. Brewerton, Engineers. Fort Columbus,

New York,

Col. J. B. Crane, Ist artillery. Fort Wood, New York har:

Not garrisoned, Fort Hamilton,

bour, N. Y.

Fort Hamilton, Lieut.-Col.L. Whiting, Ist artillery. Fort Lafayette,

1st artillery.

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Paste State or Terri-
Posts

Post-Offices.
tory.
Permanent Commanders. Regiment and

Corps. Department No. 9. Fort Marcy, New Mexico, Santa Fé,

Bvt. Col. J. Munroe, 2 art. & 3 inf. Taos,

Bvt Lieut.-Col. Beall, 1st dragoons. Albuquerque,

Maj. M. S. Howe, 2 drag. & 3 inf. Dona Ana,

Bvt. Maj. E. Steen,

1 drag & 3 inf. Socorra,

Bvt. Col. C. A. May,

2d dragoons. El Paso del Norte,

Bvt. Maj. J. Van Horne, 3d infantry. San Elizario,

Bvt. Maj. W. S. Henry, 3d infantry. Las Vegas,

Byt. Lieut.-Col. E. B. Al- 3d artillery.

exander, THIRD, OR PACIFIC

DIVISION. Department No. 10. San Francisco, California, San Francisco, Capt. E. D. Keyes, 3d artillery. Benicia,

Benicia,

Maj. W. Seawell, 2d infantry. Camp Stanislaus,

Stockton,

Maj. A. S. Miller, 1 drag. & 2 inf. Camp Far West, Sutter's Fort, Capt. H. Day,

2d infantry. Monterey,

Monterey, Capt. H. S. Burton, 3d artillery. San Luis Rey,

Bvi. Maj. E H.Fitzgerald, 1st dragoons. San Diego,

San Diego, Bvi. Maj. Heintzelman,2d infantry. Department No. 11.* Nesqually, Puget's Sound,

Oregon, Nesqually, Capt. B. H. Hill, 1st artillery Fort Vancouver,

Vancouver, Bvt. Major Hathaway, 1st artillery. Fort Hall,

Linden, Mo. Bvt. Lieut. Col. Porter, Rifles.
7. MILITIA FORCE OF THE UNITED STATES.
Abstract of the United States Militia, from the Army Register for 1850.

Non-commis-
Gen

Total
States For
General Field Com-

sioned Offi-
eral

Commis-
and what

Offi-
Staff Officers,

Aggre
pany

sioned
Territories.

year.
Officers. &c.
Officers.

gate.

cians, Artificers.

Officers.

cers, & Priv. Maine,

1845 26 95 540 1,659 2,320 42,345 44,665
N. Hampshire, 1849 12 54

339
1,118
1,523

26,344 27,867
Massachusetts, 1849 7 35

78 357 477 101,304 101,781 Vermont, 1843 12 51 224 801 1,088 22,827 23,915 Rhode Island, 1847 6 21

42

9 78 14,068 14,146 Connecticut, 1846 11 38 292 983 1,324 56,395 57,719 New York, 1849 127 375

5,525 7,783 193,669

201,452
New Jersey,
1829 19 58 435 1,476 1,988 37,183

39,171
Pennsylvania, 1847 55 164

1,245 6,054 7,518 268,552 276,070 Delaware, 1827 4

8

71 364 447 8,782 9,229
Maryland,
1838 22 67 544 1,763

2,397

44,467 46,864 Virginia, 1849 28 62

5,260 6,746 117,456 124,202 North Carolina, 1845

133

657 3,449 4,267 75,181 79,448 South Carolina, 1843

96 452 2,024 2,591 52,618 55,209 Georgia,

1839 36 98 746 2,212 3,092 54,220 57,312 Alabama, 1848 30 187 564 1,382 2,163 42,168 44,331 Louisiana, 1847 10 55

1,168

1,392 42,431 43,823 Mississippi, 1838 15 70

392 348 825 35,259 36,084 Tennessee, 1840 25 79 859 2,644 3,607 67,645 71,252 Kentucky, 1849 43 155

3,459

4,793 83,836 88,629 Ohio,

1845 91 217 462 1,281 2,051 174,404 176,455 Indiana,

1832

110 566 2,154 2,861 51,052 53,913
Illinois,
1841

83,234
Missouri, 1844

94 790 2,990

3,919

57,081 61,000
Arkansas,

1843 8 29 310 762 1,109 16,028 17,137
Michigan,
1849 27 146

378 2,120 2,671 57,346 60,017
Florida,
1845 3 14

95 508

620 11,502 12,122 Texas,

1847

15 45 248 940 1,248 18,518 19,766
Iowa,
Wisconsin, 1848 9 31 212 1,552 1,804 30,399 32,203
Oregon Ter.,
Minesota Ter.,
D. of Columbia, 1832 _3

24 68 96

1,153
Total,

765
2,591

15,012 54,430 72,798 1,804,233 1,960,265 * The other posts in this department are not yet known.

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

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Per Month.

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Total Monthly Pay.

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38.00 3 46.50 246.50

28.50 2 33.00 183.00 2 33.00 162.00 2 33.00 141.00 1 16.50 98.50 2 33.00 183.00 3 46.50 246 50 2 33.00 183.00 2 33.00 162.00 2 33.00 141.00 116.50 98.50 2 33.00 183.00 2 33.00 162.00 2 33.00 141.00 1 16.50

98.50 20.00

208.33 2 33.00

162.00 2 33.00 125.00

208.33 2 33.00 149.00 2 33.00 125.00 1 16.50 122.50 1 16.501 98.50 1 16.50 81.83

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Major-General,

$200.00 15 990 Aide-de-camp, besides pay of Lieutenant, 24.001 6 Brigadier-General,

104.00 12 72 Aide-de-camp, besides pay of Lieutenant, 20.00 Adjutant-General, - Colonel,

90.00 6 36 Assistant Adj.-General, - Lieut.-Colonel, 75.000 5 30

Major,

60.00 4 24 Captain,

50.00 4 24 Inspector-General, — Colonel,

90.00 6 36 Quartermaster-General, - Brig.-General, 104.00 2 72 Assistant Quarterm.-Gen., Colonel, .

90.00 6 36 Deputy Quarterm.-Gen.,-Lieut.-Colonel, 75.00 530 Quartermaster, - Major,

60.00 4 24
Assistant Quartermaster, - Captain, 50.00 4 24
Commissary-Gen. of Subsistence, - Col., 90.00 6 36
Assist. Commissary-Gen., Lieut.-Col., 75.00 5 30
Commissary of Subsistence, — Major, 60.00 4 24

Captain, . 50.00 4 24
Assistant Comm’y, besides pay of Lieut., 20.00
Paymaster-General, $2,500 per annum,
Deputy Paymaster-General,

75.00

5 30 Paymaster,

60.00 24 Surgeon-General, $2,500 per annum, Surgeons of 10 years' service,

60.00 8 48 Surgeons of less than 10 years' service, 60.00 4 24 Assistant Surgeons of 10 years' service, 50.00 8 48

of 5 years' service, 50.00 4 24 Assist. Surg. of less than 5 years' service, 33.33 24 ENGINEERS, Topog. ENGINEERS,

ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT. Colonel,

90.00

6 36 Lieutenant-Colonel,

75.00 5 30 Major,

60.00 4 24 Captain,

50.00 4 24 First Lieutenant,

33.33 4 24 Second Lieutenant,

33.33 4 24 MOUNTED DRAGOONS AND RIFLEMEN. Colonel,

90.00 6 36 Lieutenant-Colonel ,

75.00 5 30 Major,

60.00 4 24 Captain,

50.00 4 24 First Lieutenant,

33.33 4 24 Second Lieutenant,

33.33 4 24 Adjutant, besides pay of Lieutenant, 10.00

ARTILLERY AND INFANTRY. Colonel,

75.00 6 36 Lieutenant-Colonei,

60.00 530 Major, :

50.00 4 24 Captain,

40.00 4 24 First Lieutenant,

30.00 4 24 Second Lieutenant,

25.00 4 24 Adj.and Reg.Q’rm'r, besides pay of Lieut., 10.00

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Prior to the act of June 17, 1850, the whole number of commissioned officers in the regular army was 882; that of non-commissioned officers, musicians, artificers, and privates, 9,438 ; total, 10,320. For the provisions of that act, see post, Abstracts of Public Laws, No. 9.

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