vernor, Aug. 23, 1861, with the rank of lieutenant-colonel.
His promotion was in recognition of his valuable services rendered to our sick and wounded men, during the entire period of the Rebellion.
Richard A. Peirce, of New Bedford, inspector-general, with the rank of brigadier-general.
Charles C. Dunbar, of New Bedford, assistant quartermaster-general, with the rank of captain, Aug. 1.
William F. Capelle, of Boston, master of ambulance, with the rank of captain, Nov. 2.
Warren L. Brigham, of Westborough, assistant adjutant-general, with the rank of captain, Aug. 11.
Robert R. Corson, of Philadelphia, assistant quartermaster-general, with the rank of lieutenant-colonel, Dec. 9.
Charles L. Bulkley, of Boston, assistant engineer, with the rank of lieutenant-colonel, Dec. 12.
Frank L. Pope, of Great Barrington, assistant engineer, with rank of major, Dec. 12.
Colonel Bulkley and Major Pope were engineers engaged to lay a telegraph-wire to connect the States wit