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Doc. 261.-twenty-second Penn. Regiment.

The following are the names of the commanding officers:

Colonel, Max Einstein; Lieutenant-Colonel, Chas. Angeroth; Major, William Schoenleber; Adjutant, Shreve Ackley; Aide-de-camp, Chas. A. Deron, M. D.; Quartermaster, Frederick Breitinger; Surgeon, H. Heller; Assistant-Surgeon, M. Heller, Jr. ; Sergeant-Major, Wash. Cromlin; Quartermaster-Sergeant, B. Reiter; Commissary-Sergeant, A. Gallen; Regimental Ensign, Herman Hayman; Drum-Major, Chr. Baker.

Company A--Capt., Solomon Rodelsheimer; First Lieutenant, Charles Auer; Second Lieutenant, Henry Florsheim. Company B--Capt., W. Jatho; First Lieutenant, John Ehrenberg; Second Lieutenant, Samuel Wool. Company C--Capt., Charles Angeroth; First Lieutenant, Augustus Riedt; Second Lieutenant, Gustavus H. Bopp. Company D--Capt., Jacob Keifer; First Lieutenant, Hermann A. Vogelbach. Company E--Capt., Albert N. Kidney; First Lieutenant, Charles Friele; Second Lieutenant, Francis Bierwith. Company F--Capt., Chauncey Spering; First Lieutenant, C. S. Harrington; Second Lieutenant, John M. Carson. Company G--Capt., James Harvey; First Lieutenant, Martin C. Frost; Second Lieutenant, Lawrence Kelley. Company H--Capt., Raphael Vogel; First Lieutenant, Albert Heubel; Second Lieutenant, Lewis F. Resay. Company I--Capt., John M. Lang; First Lieutenant, Walter F. Evans; Second Lieutenant, John H. Steiner. Company K--Capt., Duplat Hagemeister; First Lieutenant, Henry Memminger; Second Lieutenant, Peter A. McKoon. The men are armed with percussion-cap smoothedbore muskets, and their uniforms are of dark blue cloth. The band numbers about twenty-six instruments, and as they marched along performed admirably. Upon their arrival at [413] the depot and at the request of several gentlemen, they played the Star-Spangled Banner, Washington's March, Hail Columbia, and Yankee Doodle, and were greatly cheered.

This regiment carry with them a magnificent horse, said to be one of the best-blooded animals in the country, and which will be presented to Lieutenant-General Winfield Scott as a testimonial of the regard of his friends. The animal attracted considerable attention, and was purchased for the sum of $2,300.--Baltimore American, June 18.

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