t, Hot Springs, formerly surgeon C. S. N., served in memorable battle of the Merrimac, Hampton Roads, 1862; P. O. Hooper, M. D., Little Rock, Ark., formerly President Examining Board Department Transmississippi.
Department of Texas—Medical Director, S. H. Stout, M. D., Dallas, Texas, formerly director of hospital of Army of Tennessee, 1863-65. Medical Inspector, Elias J. Beall, M. D., Fort Worth, Texas, late chief surgeon Major-General John G. Walker's Division, C. S. A., Transmississippi De J. Buffing— ton, M. D., Baton Rouge, and Jas. C. Egan, M. D., Shreveport, La.
XIV. Arkansas-Medical Director, Algernon S. Garnett, M. D., Hot Springs; Medical Inspector, P. O. Hooker, M. D., Little Rock-Ark.
XV. Texas-Medical Director, S. H. Stout, M. D., Dallas, Tex.; Medical Inspectors, Elias J. Beall, M. D., Fort Worth, Texas, and F. E. Daniels, M. D., Austin, Texas.
XVI. Tennessee-Medical Director, John B. Conway, M. D., Tullahoma, Tenn.; Medical Inspectors, D. D. Saunders, M. D.
ttanooga April 18, ‘63, as Surgeon, made by S. H. Stout, Nov. 16, ‘62, $80, Acting as Post-Surgeon,t Surgeon. April 22, ‘64, reported by order S. H. Stout, Headquarters A. T., Dalton.
April 23, ‘64ed to report to Medical-Director, A. T., by S. H. Stout.
H., Assistant Surgeon, a Cavalry, Nov. 8, ‘64, ordered to report to S. H. Stout.
Hart, R. T., June 30, ‘64, Miller's Regge.
Morton, J. L., contract $80, made by S. H. Stout, Chattanooga, Nov. 28, ‘62. Dec. 31, ‘62, Pegiment, June 16, ‘63, ordered to report to S. H. Stout, Headquarters A. T.
Moss, Nathaniel B., talion, March 21, ‘64, ordered to report to S. H. Stout, Medical-Director of Hospitals.
McDONOUGveland, Tenn., Aug. 13, ‘63, relieved with Surgeon Stout and assigned as Assistant Medical-Director Senior Surgeon Post Chattanooga to relieve S. H. Stout.
Savage, Lott H., Surgeon.
Dec. 31, ‘62st-House, Dalton, Ga., ordered to report to S. H. Stout, to Gen. Breckinridge. Feb. 29, ‘64, 19th L