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READMISSIONS TO CENTRAL BRANCH.

The following soldiers, heretofore discharged, were, for sufficient reasons, readmitted unconditionally:

J. W. J. Noble, late Company A, Seventh Pennsylvania Reserves.
John Quirk, late Company A, Thirty-ninth Ohio Volunteers.
Jchn Sadler, late Company C, Twelfth Michigan Volunteers.
John Gasper, late Company F, Twenty-ninth Ohio Volunteers.
William Hearn, late Company E, Thirty-third New Jersey Volunteers.
Constantine Scholz, late Company I, Fifteenth Kentucky Volunteers.
Joseph L. Courtney, late Company G, Eleventh Iowa Volunteers.
John Tewey, late Company E, Fifth New York Excelsior Brigade.
John H. Adams, late Company B, Seventy-third Ohio Volunteers.

Thomas Cunningham, late Company F, Seventy-first Pennsylvania Volunteers.

Joseph Loux, late Company I, One hundred and first Ohio Volunteers. Charles Bauerhen, late Company G, Seventy-fourth Pennsylvania Volunteers.

Henry Topping, late Company B, Eighteenth New York Volunteers. George Weidman, late Company E, Third Ohio (Mexican war), and E, One hundred and third Ohio Volunteers.

Abraham M. Bird, late Company A, Forty-ninth Pennsylvania Volunteers.

Conrad Balthaser, late Company H, One hundred and sixth Ohio Volunteers.

Conrad Buese, late Company K, Twenty-sixth Ohio Volunteers.

Andrew Howley, late Company H, Sixty-ninth New York Volunteers.

Thomas Colburn, late Company M, Second Connecticut Heavy Artillery.

Duncan McKenzie, late Company D, Twenty-sixth Ohio Volunteers.
George W. Warman, late Company E, Forty-seventh Ohio Volunteers.
James Wilson, late Company C, Fortieth Ohio Volunteers.
Thomas H. Scott, late Company H, Fourteenth Michigan Volunteers.

John Maguire, late captain Company D, New York, and sergeant, F, Second New Jersey Volunteers.

Daniel Reck, late Company A, One hundred and fifty-sixth Indiana Volunteers.

John C. Reed, late Company A, Eleventh Ohio Volunteers.

John M. Grimes, late Company H, One hundred and thirty-fourth Indiana Volunteers.

John Kline, late Company B, Eighth New York Cavalry.
Thomas Wren, late Company G, Fourth Ohio Volunteers.
Charles Cole, late Company E, Fourteenth New Jersey Volunteers,
John A. Burke, late Company B, Forty-first Ohio Volunteers.

And the following, on condition that he does such work or duty as the governor shall direct, for the period of one month, without pay:

Joseph Warren, late Company B, One hundred and twenty-third New York Volunteers.

And the following, on condition that they do such work or duty as the governor shall direct, for the period of two months, without pay:

John Brown, late Company A, Thirteenth Ohio Cavalry. Michael Rice, late Company I, One hundred and tenth Pennsylvania Volunteers.

John Staunton, late Company FI, Eighty-eighth Pennsylvania Volun. teers.

Frederick Davis, late Company H, Second Pennsylvania Volunteers.

Joseph Marbet, late Company L, Second Missouri Battery, and I, One hundred and forty-sixth New York Volunteers.

And the following, on condition that they do such work or duty as the governor shall direct, for the period of three months, without pay: Mathias Auer, late Company G, First Delaware Volunteers.

Benjamin F. Drake, late Company G, One hundred and twenty-third Ohio Volunteers.

Louis Newman, late Company F, Third Missouri Volunteers. Nathan M. Jackway, late Company E, Tenth New Jersey Volunteers. And the following, on condition that they do such work or duty as the governor shall direct, for the period of six months, without pay:

Joseph S. Donnell, late Company E, Thirteenth Massachusetts Volunteers.

John Craig, late Company C, Forty-second New York Volunteers.

Harman McChesney, late Company I, Forty-seventh, and F, Seventy; seventh, Illinois Volunteers.

Alexander L. Fleming, late Company A, Sixth Pennsylvania Cavalry.

And the following, on condition that they do such work or duty as the governor shall direct, for the period of twelve months, without pay:

Rudolph Heintz, late major Twenty-eighth, and captain Company I, One hundred and eighth Ohio Volunteers.

Michael Hallaghan, late Company K, One hundred and eighth Ohio Volunteers.

And the following, on condition that they severally assign absolutely, to the National Home, one-half of their several pensions for the period of two months:

John F. Weidle, late Company G, Twenty-ninth Ohio Volunteers.

James Ferris, late Company K, Sixty-ninth New York National Guard Artillery.

And the following, on condition that be assigns absolutely to the National Home, one-third of his entire pension for the period of three months:

James E. Crawford, late Company I, Sixteenth New York Heavy Artillery.

And the following, on condition that they severalls assign absolutely, to the National Home, one-half of their several pensions for the period of three months:

John Smith, late Company C, Fourth Pennsylvania Cavalry.

Strickland Vandegritt, late Company C, Thirtieth, and K, Seventythird Pennsylvania Volunteers.

Aud the following, on condition that he accepts the former conditions and labors two months additional without pay: William Boggs, late Company E, Sixty-first Ohio Volunteers.

And the following, on condition he labor three months without pay and forfeit one-half of his entire pension for the period of two months:

William Thayer, late Company H, Sixty-first New York Volunteers, and United States Navy.

And the following, on condition le labor three months without pay, and assigns absolutely, to the National Home, one-half of his entire pension for the same period:

Thomas Duggan, late Company M, Eleventh Illinois Cavalry.

And the following, on condition he pay his own transportation by labor:

Benjamin Corser, late Company C, Twenty-third Illinois Volunteers.

The application of the following is refused, for misconduct, and he will not be readmitted even temporarilly at post without a vote of the Board of Managers; and a special notification of this decision is to be sent to each branch:

Thomas Kelly, late Company H, Sixteenth United States Infantry.

READMISSIONS TO EASTERN BRANCH.

The following soldiers, heretofore discharged, were, for sufficient reasons, readmitted unconditionally:

Patrick Doyle, late Company D, Sixty-ninth New York Volunteers.

Samuel Kenshon, late Company G, Fifty-ninth Massachusetts Voiunteers.

John Shoals, late Company C, Twenty-seventh Massachusetts Volunteers.

Redmond O'Connell, late Company A, First Maine Cavalry.

John McJerrow, late Company A, Fifty-sixth Massachusetts Vol. unteers.

Patrick Donlan, late Company A, Eleventh Massachusetts Volunteers.
Edgar M. Churchill, late Company C, Twelfth Maine Volunteers.
John Phalen, late Company A, Forty-eighth New York Volunteers.
James Burke, late Company A, Ninth Massachusetts Volunteers.
Edward Minor, late Company F, Fifth Vermont Volunteers.

Edward Gould, late Company D, Fifty-sixth Massachusetts Vol. unteers.

Alexander Robinson, late Company G, Eleventh New Hampshire Volunteers.

And the following, on condition that they do such work or duty as the deputy governor shall direct, for the period of three months, without pay:

Josephus Dingman, late Company F, Sixth New Jersey Volunteers.
Daniel Hart, late Company B, Third Massachusetts Cavalry.
Michael Battles, late Company I, Fifteenth Maine Volunteers.

Frederick Ficke, late Company E, One hundred and nineteenth New York Volunteers.

And the following, on condition that they do such work or duty as the deputy governor shall direct, for the period of six months, without pay:

Thomas Davis, late Company K, Forty-eighth Massachusetts Vol. unteers.

Michael McCarthy, late Company A, Thirtieth Massachusetts Volunteers.

Thomas Bogon, late Seventh Rhode Island Artillery.

And the following, on condition that they severally assign absolutely, to the National Home, one-half of their several pensions for the period of three months:

William Dorman, late Company D, Third New Jersey Volunteers. Michael Higgins, late Company A, Sixth New York Heavy Artillery.

And the following, on condition that he assign absolutely, to the National Home, one-half of his entire pension for the period of six months:

William Young, late Company I, Fourteenth Connecticut Volunteers.

And the following, on condition that he assign absolutely, to the National Home, his entire pension for the period of six months:

William Dobson, late Company B, Twelfth Massachusetts Volunteers.

And the following, on condition that he assign absolutely, to the National Home, one-half of his entire pension for the period of one year:

Henry Wreith, late Company B, Twentieth Massachusetts Volunteers.

And the following, on condition that they do such work or duty as the deputy governor shall direct for the period of three months without pay, and if they again desert they are not to be readmitted upon any conditions even temporarily at post:

Albert P. Peakes, late Company F, First Massachusetts Volunteers. William McDonald, late Company B, Eighth Ohio Volunteers.

And the following, on condition that they do such work or duty as the deputy governor shall direct, without pay, while they remain in the Home:

Oliver D. Richardson, late Company G, Twenty-second Maine Vol. unteers.

Timothy O'Sullivan, late Company F, Twenty-seventh Massachusetts Volunteers.

The applications of the following were refused:
George M. Dow, late Company B, Eleventh United States Infantry.

James Docoty, late Company K, Thirty-ninth Massachusetts Volunteers.

Thomas Cowley, late Company E, Fourth Rhode Island Volunteers. Reuben Baker, late Company H, Fifty-first Pennsylvania Volunteers.

READMISSION TO NORTHWESTERN BRANCH.

The following soldiers, heretofore discharged, were, for sufficient reasons, readmitted unconditionally :

Henry Foss, late Company H, Seventh Ohio Volunteers.
Joseph Fayant, late Company E, Twenty-second Veteran Reserve

Corps.

John Hammill, late Company D, Eighth New Jersey Volunteers. Isaac O. Noble, late Company K, Fourth Wisconsin Volunteers. Edward H. Banon, late Company B, First Massachusetts Heavy Artillery.

Daniel Schneegoss, late Company B, One hundred and nineteenth New York Volunteers.

William Parkinson, late Company F, Twenty-fourth Wisconsin Volunteers.

Albert F. Pratt, late Company D, First Rhode Island Light Artillery. Adam J. Stichtenoth, late Company B, Forty-first New York Vol

unteers.

And the following, on condition that he does such work or duty as the deputy governor shall direct, for the period of one month, without pay: William Coulson, late Company C, Fourth Delaware Volunteers.

And the following, on condition that he does such work or duty as the deputy governor shall direct, for the period of two months, without pay:

John Baker, late Company I, One hundred and fifth Illinois Volunteers.

And the following, on condition that they do such work or duty as the deputy governor shall direct, for the period of six months, without pay:

Patrick Highland, late Company E, Second New Jersey Cavalry. Francis Ebent, late Company D, Twenty-fourth Illinois Volunteers.

And the following, on condition that he does such work or duty as the deputy governor shall direct, for the period of one year, without pay: Martin Walsh, late Company G, Fourteenth Connecticut Volunteers.

And the following, on condition that they assign severally, to the National Home, one-half of their several pensions for the period of one month:

Thomas F. Kelley, late Company D, Sixteenth Illinois Volunteers. Michael Scmidt, late Company A, Fourteenth Indiana Volunteers. Frederick Roggen, late Company D, Twelfth Maine Volunteers.

And the following, on condition that they severally assign to the National Home one-half of their several pensions for the period of two months:

William Ganahan, late Company H, Seventh New York Artillery.
Thomas Brown, late Company I, Eighth Illinois Cavalry.
George N. Veader, late Company A, Third Ohio Cavalry.

John D. Parmeter, late Company G, Sixty-seventh Pennsylvania Volunteers.

And the following, on condition that he assign absolutely, to the National Home, one-half of his entire pension for the period of three months :

Thomas McGuire, late Company A, One hundred and fifth New York Volunteers.

And the following, on condition that he assign absolutely, to the National Home, one-half of his entire pension for the period of six months:

Adam Jung, late Company B, Thirty-ninth New York Volunteers.

And the following, on condition that he pay for his clothing and send the balance of his pension to his wife and children :

Horace Batterson, late Company K, Twenty-eighth Illinois Volunteers.

And the following, on condition that he labor to pay his transportation:

Henry Miller, late Company C, First Maryland Cavalry.
The applications of the following are refused:
Morris Joy, late Company D, Tenth United States Infantry.
James Stafford, late Company A, Twenty-sixth New York Volunteers.
Charles B. Eldridge, late Company K, First Vermont Cavalry.

And the following, discharged from the Home, is not to be readmitted even temporarily at post, except by a vote of the Board of Managers :

Nicholas Weber, late Company B, One hundred and fortieth New York Volunteers, who has refused to assign part of his pension-money for the support of his young and dependent children.

And the following is to be finally discharged from the Home, not being entitled to its benefits:

Swan Antrop, late Company I, Fourteenth New York State Militia.

READMISSIONS TO SOUTHERN BRANCH.

The following soldiers, heretofore discharged, were, for sufficient reasons, readmitted unconditionally:

William Moneypenny, late Company E, Fourth New York Cavalry.
Zacheus Smith, late Company G, Eighth New Jersey Volunteers.
William Hogan, late Hogan's New York Battery.
James Marrion, late Company I, Sixty-ninth New York Volunteers.
John Jardine, late Company D, Twenty-eighth Kentucky Volunteers.

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