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The Daily Dispatch: March 30, 1861., [Electronic resource], U. S.
Naval(search) Engineer Corps.
U. S. Naval Engineer Corps. --The following candidates for admission into the United States Naval Engineer Corps, as Third Assistant Engineers, recently passed the Examining Board in the subjoined order; No. 1, Alfred Hendricks; No. 2, Alfred Adamson; No. 3, N. Beach Clark; No. 4, Isaac R. McNary; No. 5, John D. Van Buren; No. 6, Webster Lane; No. 7, Wm. H. Fuller; No. 8, Wm. C.Munroe; No. 9, Wm. J. Montgomery; No. 10, Jas. Butterworth; No. 11, David M. Green. The Examining Board have recommended First Assistant Engineer Chas. H. Loring to be a chief engineer; Second Assistant Engineer Jackson McElmell to be a first assistant engineer; and Third Assistant Engineers Jno. W. Tyman, London Campbell, and Oscar H. Lackey, to be second assistant engineers.