The Papers of Ulysses S. Grant: April-September 1861 - Vol. 2

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upon arrival at the place to report your Regt. to Major Genl. Freemont 2 for Service

By Order of
U S Grant Col. Comdg
C. H. FULLER Asist Act Adjut

Copies, DNA, RG 94, 21st Ill., Order Book. The 24th Ill., Col. Friedrich Hecker, was transferred to Ironton, Mo. Special Orders No. 2 of the same date was similarly worded for a command of light art. Ibid. Both are marked "Void."

1.
North Missouri Railroad.
2.
John C. Frémont of S. C. served in the U. S. Topographical Corps, 1838- 46, winning distinction as an explorer of the West and in the U. S. acquisition of Calif. He then was U. S. Senator from Calif. and the 1856 Republican presidential nominee. On July 3, 1861, he was appointed maj. gen. and assigned to command the Western Dept., which included all territory from the Mississippi River to the Rocky Mountains and Ill. O. R., I, iii, 390. He did not arrive in St. Louis to take command until July 25. Ibid., p. 406.
Special Orders No. 28
Head Quarters Military Dist
Mexico, Mo July 31, 1861.
SPECIAL ORDERS No. 28.

Capt Jas. E. Calloway, will proceed

at the earliest practicable moment to Springfield Ills., and correct as far as possible the many errors that have been made in filling Requisitions for the 21st Ills. Vols. by the Quartermasters Dept. of the State.

He will also transact all public business entrusted to his care, take charge of such property as may be turned over to him for transportation to this place, and return and report for duty with his company & Regt. without unnecessary delay

U. S. GRANT
Col. 21st Regt Inft. U. S. V.

Copy, DNA, RG 94, 21st Ill., Order Book. Capt. James E. Calloway of Tuscola, Ill., later served as maj. and It. col. of the 21st Ill.

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