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(caption title) State Troops
North Carolina. Convention (1861-1862).
North Carolina. Military Board.
70 p.
[Raleigh]
Syme & Hall, Printers to the Convention
1861
Call number VC342.2 1861d v. 1 (North Carolina Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)


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STATE CONVENTION.] [JUNE 1861.

Ordered to be printed. Syme & Hall, Printers to the Convention.

STATE TROOPS.

To the Hon. Weldon N. Edwards
President of the Convention:

        SIR: In reply to the resolution of the Convention, asking the Military Board to report on this day, at 10 o'clock, A.M., the number of State troops that have been raised by enlistment or otherwise; their places of rendezvous; the names of the commissioned officers; the number of privates, and non-commissioned officers; and the counties from whence they are furnished,--the Military Board have instructed me to say that as neither the enlistment papers nor the muster rolls are filed in this office, there are no data by which the information can be furnished.--Such information can only be had from the Adjutant General's office, from the actual muster rolls. The Board have, however, procured from that officer an abstract of the number of men reported up to this time by the mustering officers, which can be found in Schedule marked C, appended to this report. Nor is it known officially where the respective Regiments are rendezvoused, from any official papers in this Department. From correspondence, however, with the various Commandants of Regiments, it is ascertained that the second, Col. Tew's Regiment, the third, Col. Meares' Regiment, the fourth, Col. Anderson's


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Regiment, are rendezvoused at, Garysburg; the 5th, Col. McRae's Regiment, at Halifax; the sixth, Col. Fisher's Regiment, at Company's Shops; the first, Col. Stokes' Regiment, at Warrenton and the seventh, Col. Campbell's Regiment, is under orders to rendezvous at the Company's Shops when the sixth Regiment shall have left. The organization, of the eighth Regiment commenced but a few days since.

        This State force, unlike the Volunteers, has not been drawn from Counties, but has been recruited from all parts of the State. Until all the troops are mustered into the service, the number of privates and non-commissioned officers, the latter of whom are appointed by the Colonels respectively, cannot be ascertained.

        The resolution asks for the names of the commissioned officers. Not a single commission has been issued to any officer of a Regiment. The necessities of the service have not yet called for the issue of commissions; and the immense pressure of business on every department of the military, with the very inadequate clerical force at their disposal, has precluded the execution of any business which could be postponed without injury to the service.

        It is thought, however, that instead of commissioned officers, the real wish of the Convention was to obtain the names of the appointees. On the 27th of May, His Excellency, the Governor, in answer to a call of the Convention, reported the names of the appointees up to that date, and they will be found in Schedule C of that Document, to which the Board refer--pages 20 to 24, inclusive. Some of those persons have resigned or declined, and their names will be found in Schedule marked B, herewith. The names of the appointees since that period are to be found in schedule marked A.

        It is proper to add that of these appointees, it is known that some have not yet accepted, that others will decline, and, from the difficulty in forming the companies, that others will ultimately be dropped, and not be included in the organization of a Regiment.


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        In schedule D, will be found a list of appointees made since the report of May, 27th, who have already declined the appointments conferred upon them.

        The Board will be happy to communicate at any tine to the Convention any information it may be in their power relative to the military force of the State.

I have the honor to be, Sir, &c., &c.,

WARREN WINSLOW, President, &c.

June 26th, 1861.

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SCHEDULE A.

APPOINTMENTS MADE BY THE GOVERNOR AND MILITARY BOARD SINCE THE REPORT OF MAY 27th, 1861.

        
Richard C. Gatlin,Brigadier General--U. S. Army.
James G. Martin,Col. & Adj. Gen. State Troops--U. S. A.
W. G. Robinson,Major & Ass. Adj. Gen.--U.S.A.
Wm. B. Gulick, Capt. and Asst. Adj. General.
Samuel J. Person, Lt. Col. and Asst. Q.M. and P.M. General.
Thos. B. Venable, Major and "
R. G. Rankin, Captain, and "
Abraham Myers " "
James Sloan, " "
David Schenck, Captain, and Assistant Commissary Gen.
Aug. Merrimon, " "
----- Gibbon, Lt. Col., Art. and Engineers--U. S. Army.
S. D. Ramseur, Major, " U. S. Army.
Basil C. Manly, Captain, "
John A. Ramsey, " "
J. J. Hedrick, " "
W. S. G. Andrews, " "
W. W. Pierce, " "
Thomas Walton, " "
W. J. Saunders, 1st Lieut. "
James C. Riley, " "
J. A. Baker, " "
A. G. Parsley, " "
Jas. L. Mannery, " "
John Robinson, " "
W. L. Saunders, " "


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J. M. Stevenson1st. Lieut., Art. and Engineer.
Josiah Collins, Jr., " "
A. J. Riggs, " "
Daniel Cogdell, " "
A. C. Latham, " "
R. H. Smith Thomas, " "
B. B. Guion, 2d Lieut. "
Thos. Bridgers, " "
J. O. Miller, " "
J. C. McIlhenry, " "
R. E. Walker, " "
Walter H. Pender, " "
William Myers, " "
Jesse F. Wood, " "
J. D. Cummings, " "
J. B. Huggins, " "
C. S. Primrose, " "
R. W. Evans, " "
Jos. W. Stevenson, " "
James Bryan, " "
Heman H. Brantley, " "
S. Venable Daniel, " "
Robert Ransom, Colonel of Cavalry, U. S. Army.
Samuel S. Baker, Lieut. Colonel, "
James B. Gordon, Senior Major, "
Victor C. Barringer, Junior Major.
Wm. L. Hilliard, Surgeon.
John H. Whitaker, Captain Cavalry.
John Booth, "
Thomas Ruffin, "
Wm. J. Houston, "
John W. Woodfin, "
B. A. Thomas, "
B. L. Cole, "
Rufus Barringer, "


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Charles Pearson, 1st Lieutenant of Cavalry.
J. B. Dodd, "
C. H. Foster, "
Wm. R. Wood, "
Wm. R. West, "
Frances D. Stocton, "
J. J. B. Vick, "
J. A. Fisher, "
J. W. Council, 2d Lieutenant.
A. B. Andrews, "
Wm. R. T. Williams, "
Jesse S. Smith, "
J. C. Blair, "
John G. Blasengame, "
N. M. Harris, "
R. W. Atkinson, "
Milas W. Johnston, "

BATTALION OF CAVALRY--SPRUILL'S LEGION

        
Samuel H. Spruill, Colonel.
L. D. Satterthwaite, Captain.
John Randolph, "
James W. Strange, "
W. H. Lutterloh, 2d Lieutenant.
Joseph Baker, jr., "
M. S. Stokes, Colonel, 1st Regiment Infantry,
John A. McDowell, Major, " "
Charles Skinner, Surgeon, " "
Charles J. Gee, Ass't Surgeon, " "
Jas. H. Spainhour, Chaplain, " "
Julius W. Wright, Captain, " "
James A. Wright, " " "
James S. Hines, " " "
Louis C. Latham, " " "
Wm. E. Cannady, " " "
John N. Whitford, " " "


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G. Hays Beatty, 1st Lieut., 1st Regiment Infantry,
Jos. J. Forbes, " " "
John L. Wooster, " " "
Hardy L. Fennel, " " "
Hugh A. Brown, " " "
N. J. Whitehurst, " " "
Nat. A. Gregory, " " "
J. L. Pennington, " " "
Guilford L. Dudley, 2d Lieut., " "
Owen Fennel, " " "
Marcus A. Parks, " " "
Richard F. Langdon, " " "
John R. Larkins, " " "
Thos. S. Bonchell, " " "
Israel H. Hargrove, " " "
W. R. Cox, Major, 2d Regiment of Infantry.
Wm. J. Courts, Surgeon, " "
Geo. L. Kirby, 1st Ass. " "
J. Stuart DeVane, " " "
A. A. Watson, Chaplain, " "
D. W. Hurst, Captain, " "
George C. Lewis, " " "
Simon E. Koonce, " " "
J. P. Dillingam, " " "
Alexander Miller, " " "
T. J. Dickinson, 2d Lieutenant, " "
E. K. Bryan, " " "
Rich'd D. Hancock, " " "
John C. Gorman, " " "
Robert Jones, " " "
Sylvester Taylor, " " "
J. T. Hellen, " " "
James S. McRee, Surgeon, 3d Regiment Infantry,
Kenneth A. Black, Ass't Surgeon, " "
Josh. C. Walker, " " "
Thomas Hill, Captain, " "


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Wm. M. Parsley, 1st Lieut., 3d Regiment Infantry,
Edw'd H. Rhodes, " " "
Swift Galloway, " " "
Edward Speaman, " " "
W. T. Emet, " " "
H. B. Willis, " " "
Solomon Gornto, " " "
Leander Moore, 2d Lieut., " "
R. S. Radcliff, " " "
Rufus F. Pellitier, " " "
Thomas Cowan, " " "
Charles Mallet, " " "
Elisha Porter, " " "
J. W. Ranciman, " " "
T. B. Henderson, " " "
John P. Hand, " " "
Bryan Grimes, Major, 4th Regiment Infantry,
Edmund F. Ashe, Surgeon, " "
Wm. Capeheart, Ass't. Surgeon, " "
Wm. J. Jordan, " " "
Jas. H. Wood, Captain, " "
Julius L. Gorrell, " " "
A. K. Simonton, " " "
F. M. Y. McNeeley, " " "
David M. Carter, " " "
W. F. Kelly, " " "
John B. Andrews, " " "
T. C. Watson, 1st Lieut., " "
H. C. Gorrell, " " "
Joseph Hill, " " "
Wm. A. Eliason, " " "
Thos. L. Perry, " " "
Sam'l A. Kelley, " " "
James R. Read, " " "
Jesse F. Stancill, 2d Lieut., " "
John F. Howlett, " " "


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Cameron Waddell, 2d Lieut., 4th Regiment Infantry,
W. J. L. Davidson, " " "
W. C. Conghenoir, " " "
E. Q. Reading, " " "
Thos. J. Brown, " " "
Edm'd A. Osborne, " " "
John R. Harris, " " "
W. R. Murray, " " "
W. C. Winslow, " " "
Wm. G. Falls, " " "
Marcus Hoffin, " " "
D. R. Latham, " " "
Sam. C. Davis, " " "
Joseph C. White, " " "
Joseph P. Jones, Lieut. Colonel, 5th Reg. Inf.--U. S. A.
John C. Badham, Major, 5th Regiment Infantry,
Jas. A. McRae, Surgeon, " "
John K. Ruffin, Ass't Surgeon, " "
O. B. Savage, " " "
Jas. Sinclair, Chaplain, " "
E. D. Snead, Captain, " "
H. C. Jones, Jr., " " "
N. A. H. Goddin, " " "
Sam'l Reeves, Jr., " " "
Wm. J. Hill, " " "
Wm. G. Brinson, 1st Lieut., " "
T. P. Thompson, " " "
Rich'd R. Grant, 2d Lieut., " "
Isaac E. Pierce, " " "
Elijah C. Cuthbert, " " "
J. A. Jones, " " "
Roscoe Reddick, " " "
C. E. Lightfoot, Major, 6th Regiment of Infantry,
A.M. Nesbitt, Surgeon, " "
J. A. Caldwell, Ass't Surgeon, " "
C. A. Henderson, " " "


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A. A. Mitchell, Captain, 6th Regiment Infantry,
A. C. Avery, 1st Lieut., " "
Wm. K. Parish, " " "
W. J. S. Denham, " " "
Duncan C. Pearson, " " "
Sam'l S. Kirkland, " " "
R. B. Smith, " " "
M. W. Page, " " "
Levi H. Walker, " " "
J. C. Turner, 2d Lieutenant, " "
W. E. McMannen, " " "
Jas. B. Burns, " " "
J. A. McPherson, " " "
W. B. Barbee, " " "
Q. T. Anderson, " " "
Evans Turner, " " "
Henry C. Dixon, " " "
W. B. Allen, " " "
Jerry A. Lea, " " "
R. P. Campbell, Colonel, 7th Regiment Infantry,
Ed. G. Haywood, Lieut. Colonel, " "
Walter Draughon, Major, " "
Wm. B. Walker, Captain, " "
Robt. S. Young, " " "
Caleb N. White, " " "
Wm. L. Davidson, " " "
H. W. Abernathy, " " "
Geo. M. Duskin, " " "
R. B. McRae, " " "
Wm. C. Lord, " " "
J. P. Cunningham, 1st Lieut., " "
John E. Brown, " " "
R. R. Collier, " " "
John K. Hughes, " " "
D. R. Murchison, " " "
G. C. McConnaughey, " " "


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Lucio Mitchell, 2d Lieut., 7th Regiment Infantry,
Frederick Nash, " " "
P. H. McKay, " " "
L. A. Henderson, " " "
Theodore Deems, " " "
W. H. Johnston, " " "
A. D. Moore, Jr., " " "
Henry M. Shaw, Colonel, 8th Regiment Infantry,
Geo. Williamson, Major, " "
W. M. Campbell, Surgeon, " "
----- Ritter, Ass't Surgeon, " "
And. J. Rogers, Captain, " "
Henry McRae, " " "
Arch. H. Gregory, 1st Lieut., " "
Hamilton Long, " " "
James H. Kerr, " " "
A. J. Costin, " " "
John D. Young, 2d Lieut., " "
Jas. C. Cooper, " " "
Jacob Shepherd, " " "
F. J. Haywood, Jr., " " "
Sam'l. A. Riddick, " " "
Kerr Craig, " " "
John A. Graham, " " "


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SCHEDULE B.

DECLINED.

        
Rufus, S. Tucker, Captain, Ass. Qu. M. and P.M.
Charles P. Bolles, "Corps Art. Ord. and Eng.
Gabriel H. Hill, " " "
Thomas H. Brem, " " "
Sam. J. Lowrie, 1st Lieut. " "
Joseph Graham, 2d Lieut., " "
J. W., Woodfin, Major, Cavalry.
John H. Winder, Colonel, 1st Regiment Infantry.
George S. Lovejoy, Captain, " " "
William D. Gone, 2d Lieut., 2d " "
Franklin Faison, Captain, 3d " "
F. A. Haher, 1st Lieut., " " "
George W. Clayton, Captain, 4th " "
Robt. B. Cowan, " " " "
R. M. Nelson, 1st Lieut., " " "
John C. Syme, 2d Lieut., " " "
A. J. Halyburton, " " " "


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SCHEDULE C.

ABSTRACT OF THE NUMBER OF MEN REPORTED UP TO THIS TIME BY THE MUSTERING OFFICERS TO THE ADJUTANT GENERAL OF THE STATE TROOPS.

        This includes all information up to this date. June 26th, 1861.


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SCHEDULE D.

DECLINED.

        
D. A. Barnes,Major, Cavalry,
W. W. Davis, 1st Ass. Surgeon, 3rd Regiment Infantry,
H. B. Hammond, 1st Lieut., 7th " "
R. M. Quince, 2d Lieut., 3rd " "
Sam. Reeves, 1st Lieut., 4th " "
G. W. Wightman, 2d Lieut., 5th " "
J. A. Walthall, Drill Master,
J. N Whitford, 2d Lieut., 2d " "
J. M. Williams, 1st Lieut., Cavalry.

        



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SECOND REGIMENT N. C. VOLUNTEERS ORDERED TO RICHMOND, VA.

        
COMPANIES.COMMANDING OFFICER.RANK AND FILE.
1Warrenton Guards,Capt. B. O. Wade,94
2Granville Greys, " Geo. Wortham,90
3 Halifax Light Infantry, " Jas. H. Whitaker, 78
4 Cleaveland Guards, " Jerome Fulton, * 103
5 Catawba Rifles, " John Ray, *
6 Duplin Rifles, " Thos. S. Keenan, 95
7 Nash Boys, " W. T. Williams, 71
8 Warrenton Rifles, " Thos. Jones, 90
9 Townsville Guards, " H. E. Coleman,
10 Lumberton Guards, " R. M. Norment, 88


*Capt. Fulton was elected to fill the vacancy made by the promotion of Maj. A W. Burton.

*Capt. Ray, elected to fill the vacancy made by the resignation of Capt. T. W. Bradburn.

        The muster rolls of the Catawba Rifles, Capt. Ray, and the Townsville Guards, Capt. Coleman, have not been forwarded to this office, hence the blanks in the list of rank and file--and the aggregate not being made out--they have been written for.


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SCHEDULE C.

        
NAME.RANK. REGIMENT AND CORPS. PAY PER MO.
Walter Gwynn, Brig. Gen'l Gen. Staff State Troops,
R. H. Riddick, Lieut. Col'l Assistant Adj't General, $185
L. O'B. Branch, Colonel, Q.M. & Paymaster Gen. 210
Aug. M. Lewis, Major, " " 162
Jno. W. Cameron, Captain, Ass't Q.M. & P.M., 140
Rufus S. Tucker, Captain, " " 140
Wm. Johnston, Colonel, Com. Gen. of Subsistence, 210
Daniel G. Fowle, Captain, Commissary " 140
W. W. Morrison, Captain, " " 140
John Devereux, Captain, " " 140
C. E. Johnson, Colonel, Surgeon General, 210
J. A. J. Bradford, Colonel, Corps Art., Ord. & Eng. 210
W. B. Thompson, Major, " 162
Charles P. Bolles, Captain, " 130
Henry T. Guion, Captain, " 130
John C. Winder, Captain, " 130
Gab'l H. Hill, Captain, " 130
Alexander Moore, Captain, " 130
Thomas H. Brem, Captain, " 130
Jos'h S. Pender, Captain, " 130
Samuel Ashe, 1st Lieut't, " 90
A. W. Lawrence, 1st Lieut't, " 90
Sam'l J. Lowrie, 1st Lieut't, " 90
Joseph Graham, 2nd Lieut't, " 80
A. D. Moore, jr., 2nd Lieut't, " 80
Arthur Williams, 2nd Lieut't, " 80
J. W. Woodfin Major, Cavalry, 162
T. N. Crumpler, Captain, " 140
George W. Hayes, Captain, " 140
J. M. Miller, Captain, " 140


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NAME.RANK. REGIMENT AND CORPS.PAY PER MO.
G. N. Folke, Captain, Cavalry, $140
W. H. Cheek, Captain, " 140
M. D. L. McLeod, 1st Lieut't, " 100
S. P. Caldwell, 2d Lieut't, " 90
R. H. Maxwell, 2d Lieut't, " 90
John H. Winder, Colonel, 1st Regim't of Infantry, de'd.
M. W. Ransom, Lt. Colonel " 170
T. L. Skinner, Captain, " 130
Wm. A. Moore, Captain, " 130
Geo. S. Lovejoy, Captain, " 130
T. S. Galloway, Captain, " 130
J. A. Benbury, 1st Lieut't, " 90
Oliver C. Petway, 1st Lieut't, " 90
T. H. Holmes, 1st Lieut't, " 90
Lem. C. Benbury, 2d Lieut't, " 80
Aug. M. Moore, 2d Lieut't, " 80
R. B. Gilliam, jr., 2d Lieut't, " 80
C. C. Tew, Colonel, 2nd Regim't of Infantry 195
Wm. P. Bynum, Lt. Colonel " 170
E. D. Hall , Captain, " 130
John Howard, Captain, " 130
Stephen D. Poole, Captain, " 130
W. S. Stallings, Captain, " 130
Alsey J. Taylor, Captain, " 130
Hugh L. Cole, Captain, " 130
Harvey Sawyer, Captain, " 130
J. L. Washington, Captain, " 130
L. Davidson, Captain, " 130
Joseph Price, 1st Lieut't, " 90
Owen Williams, 1st Lieut't, " 90
John C. Manson, 1st Lieut't, " 90
I. C. Applewhite, 1st Lieut't, " 90
Louis Hilliard, 1st Lieut't, " 90
M. N. Chadwick, 1st Lieut't, " 90
Donald D. Muno, 1st Lieut't, " 90
John E. Brown, 1st Lieut't, " 90
James Sterling, 2d Lieut't, " 80


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NAME.RANK.REGIMENT AND CORPS.PAY PER MO.
Calvin Barnes, 2d Lieut't, 2nd Regim't of Infantry 80
J. P. Robeson, 2d Lieut't, " 80
Joseph Pierce, 2d Lieut't, " 80
William D. Cone, 2d Lieut't, " 80
R. Wetherington, 2d Lieut't, " 80
John P. Cobb, 2d Lieut't, " 80
William J. Kerr, 2d Lieut't, " 80
James Price, 2d Lieut't, " 80
B. F. Miller, 2d Lieut't, " 80
I. M. Williams 2d Lieut't, " 80
H. J. B. Clark, 2d Lieut't, " 80
J. W. Gulick, 2d Lieut't, " 80
Gas'n H. Meares, Colonel, 3rd Regim't of Infantry, 195
Robert H. Cowan, Lt. Colonel, "170
W. L. DeRosset, Major, " 150
D. A. Lamont, Captain, " 130
S. D. Thurston, Captain, " 130
Peter Mallet, Captain, " 130
Edward Savage, Captain, " 130
M. L. F. Redd, Captain, " 130
Franklin Faison, Captain, " 130
J. Alex. Faison, Captain, " 130
Theo. N. Sykes, Captain, " 130
Jas. K. Marshal, Captain, " 130
David Williams, Captain, " 130
C. H. Stephens, 1st Lieut't, " 90
John Brown, 1st Lieut't, " 90
F. T. Hahr, 1st Lieut't, " 90
W. A. Cumming, 1st Lieut't, " 90
J. S. Dunn, 1st Lieut't, " 90
L. P. Warren, 1st Lieut't, " 90
T. E. Armstrong, 1st Lieut't, " 90
W. T. Horn, 2nd Lieut't " 80
F. S. VanBokelen, 2nd Lieut't " 90
R. P. Allen, 2nd Lieut't " 80
John C. Badham, 2nd Lieut't " 80
H. W. Bannerman, 2nd Lieut't " 80
James A. Rose, 2nd Lieut't " 80


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NAME. RANK. REGIMENT AND CORPS. PAY PER MO.
Edw'd G. Meares, 2nd Lieut't 3rd Regim't of Infantry, $80
W. J. Kemp, 2nd Lieut't " 80
Edward A. Small, 2nd Lieut't " 80
John T. Mann, 2nd Lieut't " 80
William Calder, 2nd Lieut't " 80
Robert E. Calder, 2nd Lieut't " 80
Geo B. Anderson, Colonel, 4th Regim't of Infantry, 195
John A. Young, Lt. Colonel " 170
H. K. Burgwin, jr. Captain, " 130
Geo W. Clayton, Captain, " 130
John A. Lindsay, Captain, " 130
Robert B. Cowan, Captain, " 130
Al'd M. Waddell, Captain, " 130
McLeod Turner, 1st Lieut't " 90
John D. Hyman, 1st Lieut't " 90
Samuel Lander, 1st Lieut't " 90
R. M. Nelson, 1st Lieut't " 90
Edward Sumner, 1st Lieut't " 90
John C. Syme, 2nd Lieut't " 80
A. J. Halyburton, 2nd Lieut't " 80
Jacob Shephard, 2nd Lieut't " 80
F. H. Dewey, 2nd Lieut't " 80
Dun'n K. McRae, Colonel, 5th Regim't of Infantry, 195
P. J. Sinclair, Captain, " 130
J. V. Jordan, Captain, " 130
Sol. B. Doudge, Captain, " 130
John W. Lee, Captain " 130
Henry Mullins, 1st Lieut't " 90
Jas. R. Doughtie, 1st Lieut't " 90
G. B. West, 1st Lieut't " 90
G. W. Wightman, 2nd Lieut't " 80
Charles R. King, 2nd Lieut't " 80
French Strange, 2nd Lieut't " 80
Benj'n Robinson, 2nd Lieut't, " 80
Charles F. Fisher, Colonel, 6th Regim't of Infantry, 195
Wil'm T. Dortch, Lt. Colonel " 170


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NAME. RANK. REGIMENT AND CORPS.PAY PER MO.
R. M. McKinney, Captain, 6th Regim't of Infantry, $130
Robert F. Webb, Captain, " 130
W. J. Freeland, Captain, " 130
S. McD. Tate, Captain, " 130
Isaac E. Avery, Captain, " 130
James W. Wilson, Captain, " 130
James E. Craige, Captain, " 130
James L. Hill, Captain, " 130
A. K. Simonton, Captain, " 130
P. A. York, Captain, " 130
Peter E. Hines, Surgeon, 1st Reg't N.C. Vol. Inf. 150
James Johnson, Surgeon, 2nd " " 150
D. Montgomery, Surgeon, 3rd " " 150
Joseph A. Baker, 1st As't S. 1st " " 130
P. W. Young, 1st As't S. 2nd " " 130
George A. Foote, 1st As't S. 3rd " " 130
John G. Hardy, 2nd As't S . 1st " " 110
John F. Miller 2nd As't. S. 2nd " " 110
Wil'm S. Moody, 2nd As't S. Not assigned, 110
John McAdden, 1st As't S. 3rd Reg't N. C. 130
E. J. Yates, Chaplain, 1st Reg't of N. C. Vol's, 150
Fred. Fitzgerald, Chaplain, 2nd " " 150
John N . Andrews, Chaplain, 3rd " " 150
J. A. Walthall, Drill Mas'r 20
Jerry Perry, Drill Mas'r 20
P. H. Grandy, Drill Mas'r 20
Wil'm H. Bogan, Drill Mas'r 20
J. A. Jones, Drill Mas'r 20


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NAVAL FORCE.

        
NAME.RANK. PER ANNUM
Wm. T. Muse, Comman'r, Commanding in Chief,$
P. U. Murphy, Lieutenant Com'g Stmr. Kehukee,
T. M. Crossan, Lieutenant At Hatteras Station,
W. W. Roberts, Lieutenant Steamer Albemarle,
David Coleman, Lieutenant Steamer Ellis,
Robert C. Duval, Lieutenant Beaufort Station,
Edward Warren Surgeon, Ocracoke,
Wyatt M. Brown, Surgeon, Hatteras,
John Johnson, Paymaster Ocracoke,
Elwood Morris, Eng in Chf "
J. W. Parks, Chief Eng. Steamer Ellis,
---- Agnew, 3d As't En. Ocracoke
Wm. T. Moore, Midship'n, Steamer Ellis,
Oliver S. Dewey, Navy Ag't Newberne, 1000
Marshall Parks, Navy Ag't Norfolk, 1000

VESSELS.


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SCHEDULE D.

THE NUMBER OF MEN ORDERED TO SERVICE IN VIRGINIA FROM THIS STATE.

        3RD AND 4TH REGIMENTS OF VOLUNTEERS in process of organization with marching orders, included in those at Camps of Instruction.

        The muster rolls of two companies not furnished in the 2nd, Regiment, and an approximate estimate made as to them. The estimate can hardly differ from the real strength to much extent.


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SCHEDULE E.

ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, RALEIGH, May 27, 1861.

To His Excellency,
the Governor of the State of North Carolina:

        SIR:--In obedience to your order, I enclose you a full copy of the number of volunteers that have tendered their services to the State, and that have been accepted. I also send you a statement of the number of troops stationed at each post in the State. The exact number of men belonging to each company, except those mustered into service, cannot be ascertained. The companies tendered have each sixty-four men rank and file. Muster rolls have been forwarded to the different places where troops have been ordered to assemble, and the complete muster rolls will be forwarded to this office. I have not seen the resolution of the committee, calling on your Excellency for information, and have given consequently a full statement from the books of this office.

Very respectfully,
Your obedient servant,

J. F. HOKE, Adjutant General.


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        A detachment of Newbern Cavalry under command of Capt. Evans.

        Whole number 450--rolls of the Companies not been forwarded to this office.

        Muster rolls not forwarded to this office.


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SCHEDULE F.

ESTIMATE OF EXPENSES INCIDENT TO CARRYING ON THE NECESSARY MILITARY OPERATIONS FOR ONE YEAR.

1st. Based upon an estimate of fourteen regiments in the field and six regiments in reserve.

In the field, one regiment of artillery as per abstract (No. 1)$267,290
One regiment of cavalry (No 2) 352,548
Eight regiments of infantry at $240,348 (No 3) 1,922,784
Add four volunteer regiments of infantry at $240,348 each, 961,392
Total for forces in the field, 3,504,014