Special orders, no. 231.Richmond, September 30, 1864.Brig.-Gen. J. K. Jackson is relieved from the command of the district of Florida and will report for duty to Maj.-Gen. Sam Jones, commanding in Charleston, S. C. In addition to his other duties Brigadier-General Miller, provisional Army Confederate States, is assigned to the command of the district of Florida, department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. By command of the Secretary of War:
Special orders, no. 250.Charleston, S. C., October 13, 1864.Maj.-Gen J. K. Jackson, provisional Army Confederate States, will report to Maj.-Gen. L. McLaws, commanding district of Georgia and Third Military district of South Carolina, for assignment to duty. By command of Lieutenant-General Hardee:H. W. Feilden, Assistant Adjutant-General.
General orders,. no. 34.Headquarters Military District of Florida, Lake City, August 1, 1864.Until further orders, the headquarters of this district are established at Lake City. The following officers compose the staff of the Brigadier-General commanding: Capt. Wm. G. Barth, assistant adjutant-general; Capt. S. A. Moreno, assistant adjutant-general; Lieut.-Col. W. K. Beard, assistant inspector-general; Maj. H. Goldthwaite, assistant inspector-general; Col. J. W. Robertson, chief engineer; Maj. H. R. Teasdale, chief quartermaster; Maj. A. M. Bryan, quartermaster; Maj. A. B. Noyes, chief of subsistence; Maj. W. C. Sibley, commissary of subsistence; First-Lieut. J. G. Whitsitt, assistant commissary of subsistence; Capt. T. E. Buckman, chief of ordnance; Second Lieut. T. G. Barrett, ordnance officer; Maj. C. B. Gamble, chief surgeon; First Lieut. A. M. Jackson, aide-de-camp. They will be obeyed and respected accordingly. By command of Brig.--Gen. John K. Jackson:Wm. G. Barth, Assistant Adjutant-General.
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