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Doc. 62. fortifications around Washington, D. C. The following general order was issued by General McClellan. It will be seen by the eleventh section that the fortified works thrown up by the Federal army in the vicinity of Washington, thirty-two in number, were designated by titles: Headquarters army of the Potomac, Washington, September 30, 1861. General Order No. 18. I. The attention of the division and brigade commanders is called to the requirements of General Orders No.
No officer or soldier can absent himself from his camp and visit Washington except for the performance of some public duty, or for the transaction of imp subsistence depots within this command.
The works in the vicinity of Washington are named as follows:
The work south of Hunting Creek, Fort Lyon.
That was also issued by General McClellan:
Headquarters army of the Potomac, Washington, October 1, 1861. General Order No. 19.
The attention of the General comma