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elson, commanded a division in Buell's Army at Shiloh. Jeremiah T. Boyle, defender of Kentucky and Tennessee. N. B. Buford, leader of Cavalry in Kentucky and Tennessee. transferred to the Department of Washington and was discontinued on August 1st. This organization is often referred to as the wandering corps, for it fought in seven States. Major-General Jesse Lee Reno (U. S.M. A. 1846) was born in Wheeling, West Virginia, June 20, 1823, and served in the Mexican War, where he way. Rush C. Hawkins, Colonel of Hawkins' Zouaves, 9th Infantry. R. B. Potter, commander of a division at Crater battle. operating around Charleston Harbor. On July 15th, the Departments of Virginia and North Carolina were united, and on August 1st, the Seventh Corps, including Getty's division of the Ninth, was merged in the Eighteenth. The other commanders of the corps were Brigadier-General I. N. Palmer, Major-Generals B. F. Butler, W. F. Smith, Brigadier-General J. H. Martindale, Maj