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thanks and a sword from Congress. He was in command of the Department of the East when the Civil War broke out, and was transferred, in August, 1861, to the Department of Virginia, where he succeeded in saving Fort Monroe to the Federal Government. In May, 1862, his troops occupied Norfolk and Portsmouth Federal generals--no. 6 Iowa John Edwards Colonel of the 18th Infantry. Alexander chambers, promoted for gallantry. William T. Clark, promoted at Atlanta. Fitz-Henry Warren, Colonel of the 1st Infantry. Cyrus Bussey, daring leader of Cavalry. James B. weaver, brevetted for gallantry. James Madison Tuttle, Colonel of the 2d Infantry. James A. Williamson, Colonel of the 4th Infantry. Edward hatch, brilliant Cavalry commander. Jacob G. Lauman, conspicuous at Belmont. Marcellus M. Crocker, at Corinth and Vicksburg. E. W. Rice, Colonel of the 19th regiment. James I. Gilbert, Colonel of the 27th Infantry. after the Confederate evacuation