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service in my State. I find Colonel Duffield here. Will you give me orders and define our relative positions I Whatever you order I will carry out. Let me hear from you. I will write you fully. J. T. Boyle, Brigadier-General. headquarters, May 31, 1862. Major F. F. Flint, Louisville: You have fifteen officers at the barracks. So many cannot be spared for that purpose. You were ordered some time since to send Lieutenant Amann First Ohio Artillery, to his company. Send him and Lieutenant Styles and Lieutenants McRoberts and Ford, Forty-first Ohio, and Marks, Fortieth Indiana, if they are fit for duty. If not fit, send surgeon's certificates in their cases. You are ordered to arrest and return to their regiments all officers or soldiers of this command found absent without authority from these headquarters, and it is made your duty to find out such. Let this order be made known to Colonel Duffield, that he may direct the provost-marshal to assist in this duty. Report all