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the thigh. Twelfth Infantry, private William R. Fox, slightly in thigh. First Rifles, Lieutenant Colonel T. L. Kane, wounded slightly; privates H. G. Wolf, severely; John Pannell, severely; A. Swager, slightly; F. A. Foster, slightly; George Cook, slightly; George McGowan, slightly; J. B. Blair, slightly; Geo. Frine, slightly; Neston Gier, slightly; M. C. Cobb, slightly; Sergeant Geo. Ludlow, slightly; privates Barseley Dewry, slightly; Parish Mazier, slightly; Samuel Campbell, slightly; John Botts, severely; Charles Meddler, slightly; Fred. Eikoop, slightly ; Fidel Armbuster, slightly; John Brink, slightly; Taylor Brink, slightly; James Freel, slightly; Robert T. Lane, slightly; James F. Barnes, severely; John Green, severely. G. A. Mccall, Brigadier-General. Gen. Ord's report. camp Pierpont, Virginia, January 19, 1862. sir: In obedience to a letter, dated January 13th, 1862, from the Secretary of war, and in accordance with paragraph 743, Revised Regulations, I have th
the military occupation of the city of New-Orleans, or the restoration of the civil authority in that city and in the State of Louisiana. These officers shall be paid out of the contingent fund of the War Department, compensation as follows: . . . . Such compensation to be certified by the Secretary of War. A copy of this order, certified by the Secretary of War, and delivered to such Judge, shall be deemed and held to be a sufficient commission. Let the seal of the United States be hereunto affixed. [L. S.] Abraham Lincoln. By the President: William H. Seward, Secretary of State. war Department, Washington, 28 October, 1862. I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy, duly examined and compared with the original, of the Executive Order of the President of the United States, constituting a Provisional Court for the State of Louisiana. Witness my hand and seal of the War Department. [L. S.] Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War. Attest — John Botts, Chief Clerk.
seal of the United States be hereunto affixed. Abraham Lincoln. By the President: William H. Seward, Secretary of State. War Department, Washington, 23d October, 1862. I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy, duly examined and compared with the original of the executive order of the President of the United States, constituting a Provisional Court for the State of Louisiana. Witness my hand and the seal of the War Department. Edwin Mi. Stanton Secretary of War. Attest: John Botts, Chief Clerk. This order provides a tribunal, with powers as comprehensive as can be desired for any and all purposes. Without limit as to amounts or the nature of the controversies, it confers on Judge Peabody the power to hear and determine all causes of every name and kind, and ordains that his decision shall be final and conclusive. The language of the order is very clear: I do hereby appoint Charles A. Peabody, of New York, to be a Provisional Judge to hold said court, with au