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Samuel Bateman, late Company I, Thirtieth United States Colored Troops.

Michael Dennin, late Company K, One hundred and second New York Volunteers.

John Cochrane, late Company B, Fifth New Hampshire Volunteers.

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

Neal Hunter, late Company C, Second New York Heavy Artillery,

And the following, on conditions that two-thirds of his pension be paid direct to his family, and that he do such work or duty as the governor shall direct, for the period of three months, without pay:

James Cleary, late Company K, Seventy-second New York Volunteers.

And the following, on condition that all of his pension be paid direct to his family:

Henry Curtis, late Nineteenth Ohio Battery, Light Artillery.

The applications of the following for original admission is granted, and his application is to be reported to the Adjutant-General of the United States Army, for transportation to Washington, if entitled to admission to the Home there:

Nicholas Forin, late Company F, Third United States Infantry.

And the following is admitted temporarily at post, his application to be forwarded to the Adjutant-General of the United States Army for transportation to the Soldiers' Home at Washington if he be entitled to admission there :

John Gardpiee, late Company H, Fourth United States Infantry, and Second Dragoons Mexican war.

The application of the following is referred to Col. L. A. Harris, to make an order for his admission :

John G. Baxter, late United States Navy, and Company B, One hun. dred and eighty-first Ohio Volunteers.

APPLICATIONS FOR REMISSION OF PENALTIES.

The application of the following for remission of penalty heretofore imposed is granted :

Frank Dell, late Company F, Seventieth New York Volunteers.

The applications of the following for remission of penalties heretofore imposed are refused:

Robert F. Cones, late Company D, One hundred and forty-fifth New York Volunteers, and Second United States Artillery.

John Reiley, late Company G, Thirty-ninth Ohio Volunteers.

Peter Forster, late Company D, Twenty-first, and C, One hundred and sixteenth, New York Volunteers.

John Fries, late Company I, Thirteenth Pennsylvania Cavalry.

MISCELLANEOUS PETITIONS.

The petition of the following for increased compensation for extra services as foreman of soap-shop is refused:

John M. Beck, foreman of laundry and linen-room.

The petition of the following for free transportation to Kansas is refused:

Valentine Brehl, late Company H, Sixth Wisconsin Volunteers.

READMISSIONS TO NORTHWESTERN BRANCII.

The following soldiers, heretofore discharged, were, for sufficient reasons, readmitted unconditionally: Mitchell Woods, late Company F, Eighty-first Illinois Volunteers. Frederick Priebe, late Company G, Ninth Wisconsin Volunteers. John L. Pierson, late Captain Webb's New Jersey Militia (war of 1812).

Christian Marquart, late Company K, Second United States Dragoons (Mexican war).

Eli Jenkins, late Company K, One hundred and twenty-fifth Illinois Volunteers.

James Hanifin, late Company G, Thirty-fifth Indiana Volunteers. Gustavus Diehlman, late Company E, Sixty-eighth New York Volunteers.

And the following is readmitted unconditionally, but to be re-examined by surgeon on the 1st of May next, 1879 : Henry Weld, late Company F, Fifth Wisconsin Volunteers.

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

Ernest Brickey, late Company F, Fifteenth Missouri Volunteers.
George E. Holmes, late Company M, Second Wisconsin Cavalry.
Michael Malone, late Company K, Third Missouri Cavalry.

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

llenry J. Mifflin, late Company K, Seventh Regiment Pennsylvania Reserves.

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

Owen McGraham, late Company H, One hundred and seventeenth New York Volunteers.

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

John H. Murray, late Company D, Second Vermont Volunteers. And the following, on condition that they assign absolutely, to the National Home, one-half of their several pensions for the period of two months : George Robinson, late Company C, Twenty-first New York Cavalry. John Menke, late Company C, Seventh New York Volunteers.

And the following, on condition that he assigns absolutely, to the National Home, one-half of his entire pension for the period of two months, and the balance of said pension to be paid direct to his family for the period of one year:

Thomas Brazell, late Company H, Thirty-seventh Massachusetts Volunteers.

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

John Carey, late Company D, Fifty-third Illinois Volunteers.
Charles Held, late Company F, First New York Cavalry.
William O'Brien, late Company A, Third Wisconsin 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, and pays his own transportation to the Home:

Albert A. Hotchkins, late Company E, Thirteenth New York Volunteers.

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

John Bradley, late Company A, Third Wisconsin Volunteers. And the following, on condition that he assign absolutely, to the National Home, one-half of his pension for the period of six months, and does such work or duty as the deputy governor shall direct, for the same period, without pay:

Joseph Steinbach, late Company C, Eighty-second Illinois Volunteers.

And the application of the following is referred back for examination and explanation of certificates of Assistant Surgeon Richards, which are not consistent:

James Havey, late Company K, Nineteenth Massachusetts Volunteers.
The applications of the following are denied :
Patrick Hayden, late Company B, Twenty-third Illinois Volunteers.
Joseph O'Dell, late Company I, Sixty-fifth Indiana Volunteers.

The application of the following is granted, but his application is to be reported to the Adjutant-General of the United States Army, for transportation to Soldiers' Home at Washington, if he be entitled to admission there:

John Ryan, late Company G, Fifteenth Regiment United States Infantry.

The application of the following is refused. The applicant, being a pensioner, is only eligible for admission to the Soldiers' Home at Washington. His application should be transmitted to the Adjutant-General of the United States Army: Morris Joy, late Company D, Tenth Regiment United States Infantry.

REMISSION OF PENALTIES. The applications of the following for remission of penalties heretofore imposed are refused:

Adam Jung, late Company B, Thirty-ninth New York Volunteers. William K. Shaw, late Company A, Fifth Connecticut Volunteers. Cornelius Barry, late Company H, Fifty-eighth Illinois Volunteers.

The application of the following is referred to General Hincks for report:

Patrick Murphy, late Company H, One hundred and forty-seventh New York Volunteers.

The petition of the following for remission of penalty of $54, heretofore imposed on him, is granted, and the whole amount is remitted: John Reed, late Company G, Thirty-fourth New Jersey Volunteers.

READMISSIONS TO EASTERN BRANCH. The following soldiers, heretofore discharged, were, for sufficient reasons, readmitted unconditionally:

David Curtin, late Company G, Forty-seventh New York Volunteers.

Samuel . Phelan, late Company G, First Connecticut Heavy Artil. lery.

Patrick Dailey, late Company C, Thirty-third Massachusetts Volun. teers.

James Garner, late — — Fourteenth Massachusetts Battery. 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:

Edward McGee, late Company C, Twenty-fourth Massachusetts Vol. unteers.

Samuel Chapin, late Fourteenth Massachusetts Battery.

Thomas Callahan, late Company F, Twenty-fourth Massachusetts Volunteers.

Lucius Cole, late Company E, Sixth New Hampshire 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:

Thomas Alcorn, late Company G, Fifty-sixth Massachusetts Volunteers.

And the following, after three months, may be admitted, on condition that he does such work or duty as the deputy governor shall direct, for the period of one year, without pay:

William R. Daniels, late Company A, Eighth New Hampshire Volunteers.

And the following, on condition that they assign absolutely, to the National Home, one-third of their several pensions for the period of three months, and the deputy governor is authorized to remit the penalty if the money is required for the support of the applicants' families:

Patrick Shannahan, late Company K, Eighth New Jersey Volunteers.

William Norris, late Company E, Thirtieth Massachusetts Volunteers. Richard Smith, late Company E, Thirty-fifth New York Volunteers.

James Mackin, late Company H, Twenty-fourth Massachusetts Volunteers.

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

Peter C. Cain, late Company D, Fifteenth Massachusetts Volunteers.
And the following, on condition that he assign absolutely, to the Na-
tional Home, his entire pension for the period of three months:
James Butler, late Fourth Massachusetts Battery.
The applications of the following are denied:
John F. Savage, late Company B, Eighth Maine Volunteers.
Edward Corbett, late Company E, Second New York Volunteers.

READMISSIONS TO SOUTHERN BRANCH.

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

Thomas W. Mulvey, late Company C, Sixty-ninth New York Volunteers: Woodrow Spiers, late Company G, Eighth Pennsylvania Cavalry. George Smith, late Company G, First New York Volunteers. Albert Britigan, late Company C, Seventeenth Pennsylvania Cavalry. James Costello, late Company H, First Massachusetts Artillery. Rudolph Schroeder, late Company C, First New Jersey Cavalry. And the following is to be readmitted if, upon re-examination by the surgeon, he is found to be now disabled; otherwise, the application is denied:

Patrick Malone, late Company B, Sixth and Thirty-fourth New Jersey 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:

Christian Luther, late Company D, Second Maryland Volunteers.

And the following, on condition that he assigns absolutely, to the National Home, one-third of his entire pension for the period of three months, and the deputy governor is authorized to remit the penalty if the money is required for the support of the applicant's family:

Samuel Roberts, late Company A, Fourth United States Artillery, and Company F, Fifth New York Volunteers. · And the following, on condition that he assigns absolutely, to the National Home, one-half of his entire pension for the period of four months, and pays to the Home the sum of $36.26 for clothing and transportation furnished him:

John Denny, late Company B, Fifty-eighth Massachusetts Volunteers.

And the following, on condition that he assigns absolutely, to the National Home, one-half of his entire pension for the period of four months, and pays to the Home the sum of $60.81 for clothing, &c., furnished him :

William W. Whitcomb, late Company C, Eleventh Massachusetts Volunteers.

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

William J. Verhake, late Company A, Fifth New York Volunteers.

And the following, on condition that he assigns absolutely, to the National Home, his entire pension during the time he remains an inmate:

Francis Burt, late Company I, First United States Artillery, Mexican war.

The application of the following is refused. He, being a pensioner, is only eligible for admission to the Soldiers' Home at Washington, and his application should be forwarded to the Adjutant-General of the United States Army:

Douglass Sears, late United States Navy.

The following soldier, heretofore discharged, is readmitted, but if again discharged from the Home another application for his readmission will not be entertained:

Thomas Duff, late Company F, Seventy-third New York Volunteers.

MISCELLANEOUS APPLICATIONS.

The application of the following for transportation and a transfer to the Central Branch is referred to Col. Leonard A. Harris, with power to to act:

Bernard Colligan, late Company G, Second Ohio Volunteers.

APPLICATIONS FOR EFFECTS OF DECEASED INMATES.

Central Branch.

The following applications for effects of deceased inmates are approved, and the Treasurer is authorized to pay over the same, taking proper vouchers therefor:

Henry Scott (son-in-law), for effects of Samuel Price, deceased, late soldier, war of 1812. · Mrs. Solastika Ritter, for the effects of Henry Scherer, deceased, late Company A, Fifty-fourth Ohio Volunteers.

Mrs. Sarah A. Maddox, for effects of William Maddox, deceased, late soldier, war of 1812.

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