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Monthly Pay of Non-Commissioned Officers, Privates, &c.

CAVALRY AND LIGHT ARTILLERY.

Veterinary Surgeon (cavalry only).................................................................................... $75.00

Sergeant Major................................................................................................................. $21.00

Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant.................................................................................. $21.00

Regimental Commissary Sergeant.................................................................................... $21.00

Regimental and Battalion Hospital Stewart...................................................................... $30.00

Saddler Sergeant (cavalry only)....................................................................................... $21.00

Chief Trumpeter (cavalry only)........................................................................................ $21.00

First Sergeant................................................................................................................... $20.00

Company Quartermaster Sergeant..................................................................................... $17.00

Company Commissary Sergeant....................................................................................... $17.00

Sergeant............................................................................................................................ $17.00

Corporal........................................................................................................................... $14.00

Trumpeter of cavalry (musician of light artillery)............................................................ $13.00

Farrier or Blacksmith of cavalry (artificer of light artillery)............................................ $15.00

Saddler............................................................................................................................. $14.00

Wagoner........................................................................................................................... $14.00

Private.............................................................................................................................. $13.00

ARTILLERY AND INFANTRY.

Sergeant Major................................................................................................................. $21.00

Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant.................................................................................. $21.00

Regimental Commissary Sergeant, battalion, of regular infantry...................................... $21.00

Regimental Commissary Sergeant, regimental, of volunteer artillery and infantry........... $21.00

Hospital Stewart, battalion, of regular infantry................................................................ $30.00

Hospital Stewart, regimental, of volunteer artillery and infantry...................................... $30.00

Principal Musicians (usually a drum major and fife major)............................................. $21.00

First Sergeant................................................................................................................... $20.00

Sergeant............................................................................................................................ $17.00

Corporal........................................................................................................................... $13.00

Musician........................................................................................................................... $12.00

Wagoner (of volunteers)................................................................................................... $14.00

Private.............................................................................................................................. $13.00

ORDNANCE.

Sergeant............................................................................................................................ $34.00

Ordnance Sergeants of posts............................................................................................. $22.00

Corporal........................................................................................................................... $20.00

Private, first class (artificer)............................................................................................ $17.00

Private, second class (laborer)......................................................................................... $13.00

ENGINEER SOLDIERS.

(Sappers, Miners, and Pontoneers.)

Sergeant............................................................................................................................ $34.00

Corporal........................................................................................................................... $20.00

Musician........................................................................................................................... $12.00

Private, first class (artificer)............................................................................................ $17.00

Private, second class (laborer)......................................................................................... $13.00

REGIMENTAL BANDS (REGULARS).

Leader, pay and emoluments of a second lieutenant of infantry...................................... $103.50

Musician, first class......................................................................................................... $34.00

Musician, second class..................................................................................................... $20.00

Musician, third class........................................................................................................ $17.00

REGIMENTAL BANDS (VOLUNTEERS).

(Sixteen musicians, inclusive of leader.)

Leader.............................................................................................................................. $45.00

Musician, first class......................................................................................................... $34.00

Musician, second class..................................................................................................... $20.00

Musician, third class........................................................................................................ $17.00

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Medical Cadets (with one ration in kind or commutation)................................................ $30.00

Hospital Steward (appointed by the Secretary of War, or the hospital stewards of

........... regimental non-commissioned staff)..................................................................... $30.00

Hospital Stewards at posts or with bodies of troops of more than four companies, when

........... detailed by the commanding officer.................................................................... $22.00

Other Hospital Stewards, detailed by the commanding officer, at posts or with bodies of

........... troops of less than four companies...................................................................... $20.00

Hospital Matron................................................................................................................. $6.00

Female nurses of general or permanent hospitals, 40 cents per day................................. $12.00

Master Wagoners, paid by the Quartermaster’s Department......................................... $17.00

ENLISTED MEN OF SIGNAL CORPS.

Receive the same pay of similar grades of Engineer soldiers.

COLORED NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS, PRIVATES, &c.

All Non-Commissioned Officers........................................................................................ $7.00

Musicians........................................................................................................................... $7.00

Privates.............................................................................................................................. $7.00

Company Under-Cooks....................................................................................................... $7.00

 

[All allowed, in addition, $3 per month for clothing.  White non-commissioned officers of colored troops, same pay, &c. as in white regiments.

 

$1 per month is, by law, to be retained from the pay of each private soldier of the regular army until the expiration of his enlistment.

12˝ cents per month is, by law, to be retained from the pay of every enlisted man in the regular service for support of the “Soldiers’ Home.”

$2 additional per month is allowed by law to every enlisted man of the regular army for first re-enlistment, and a further sum of $1 per month for each subsequent re-enlistment, if made within one month after expiration of term of service.

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Pay of Non-Commissioned Officers and Soldiers from May 1, 1864, during the Rebellion.

Act of Congress approved June 20, 1864.

CAVALRY, ARTILLERY, AND INFANTRY.

Sergeant Major................................................................................................................. $26.00

Quartermaster and Commissary Sergeant......................................................................... $22.00

First Sergeant................................................................................................................... $24.00

Chief Bugler..................................................................................................................... $23.00

Sergeants.......................................................................................................................... $20.00

Corporals......................................................................................................................... $18.00

Farriers, Blacksmiths, and Artificers............................................................................... $18.00

Musicians and Buglers..................................................................................................... $16.00

Privates............................................................................................................................ $16.00

ENGINEERS AND ORDNANCE.

Sergeant Major................................................................................................................. $36.00

Sergeants.......................................................................................................................... $34.00

Quartermaster and Commissary Sergeant......................................................................... $22.00

Corporals......................................................................................................................... $20.00

Private, first class............................................................................................................. $18.00

Private, second class........................................................................................................ $16.00

BANDS.

Leader.............................................................................................................................. $75.00

Principal Musician........................................................................................................... $22.00

Musicians......................................................................................................................... $16.00

 

Hospital Stewards, first class........................................................................................... $33.00

Hospital Stewards, second class...................................................................................... $25.00

Hospital Stewards, third class.......................................................................................... $23.00


INDEX.

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THE FIGURES, EXCEPT WHERE THE WORD “PAGE” IS USED, REFER TO THE PARAGRAPHS.

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Absence without leave.................................................................................................... 70, 639

Accoutrements, loss of............................................................................................................ 66

Advance-guards..................................................................................................................... 121

Aiming................................................................................................................................... 661

Angle of sight................................................................................................................ page 102

Applicants for command in colored regiments...................................................................... 581

Armed bodies of men, how salute........................................................................................... 83

Armors, regimental................................................................................................................ 281

Armors, under whose orders................................................................................................. 282

Arms, loss of........................................................................................................................... 66

Arms, record of..................................................................................................................... 447

Arms, repairs of.................................................................................................................... 446

Arms, surplus of.................................................................................................................... 445

Article 2 relates to divine service................................................................................... page 94

Article 3 relates to swearing........................................................................................... page 94

Article 5 relates to disrespectful language of the President............................................ page 94

Article 6 relates to disrespect to officers........................................................................ page 94

Article 7 relates to exciting mutiny................................................................................. page 94

Article 8 relates to preventing mutiny............................................................................. page 94

Article 9 relates to resisting an officer............................................................................ page 95

Article 10 relates to reading the Articles to enlisted men............................................... page 95

Article 11 relates to discharging enlisted men................................................................ page 95

Article 12 relates to furloughs for enlisted men.............................................................. page 95

Article 20 relates to desertion......................................................................................... page 95

Article 21 relates to absence without leave.................................................................... page 96

Article 22 relates to enlisting in other regiments............................................................. page 96

Article 23 relates to counselling or advising desertion................................................... page 96

Article 24 relates to using reproachful language............................................................. page 96

Article 25 relates to sending a challenge........................................................................ page 96

Article 26 relates to allowing or aiding in a duel........................................................... page 96

Article 27 relates to quelling frays and quarrels............................................................. page 96

Article 28 relates to upbraiding for refusing a challenge................................................ page 96

Article 29 relates to sutlers selling liquors..................................................................... page 97

Article 30 relates to sutlers keeping good articles.......................................................... page 97

Article 32 relates to keeping good order......................................................................... page 97

Article 33 relates to delivering up criminals to justice................................................... page 97

Article 35 relates to redressing soldiers’ wrongs........................................................... page 97

Article 37 relates to selling or wasting ammunition........................................................ page 98

Article 38 relates to selling arms, horses, cloths, &c...................................................... page 98

Article 39 relates to embezzlement or public money or property.................................... page 98

Article 40 relates to accountability of arms and accoutrements...................................... page 98

Article 41 relates to absence from camp over one mile.................................................. page 98

Article 42 relates to lying out of quarters........................................................................ page 98

Article 43 relates to repairing to quarters at retreat........................................................ page 98

Article 44 relates to repairing to parades and drills, &c................................................. page 98

Article 45 relates to drunkenness on duty........................................................................ page 98

Article 46 relates to sleeping on post.............................................................................. page 98

Article 47 relates to hiring another to do duty................................................................. page 99

Article 48 relates to hiring another to do duty................................................................. page 99

Article 50 relates to quitting guard or leaving duty......................................................... page 99

Article 51 relates to violence to market-people.............................................................. page 99

Article 52 relates to misbehavior before the enemy........................................................ page 99

Article 53 relates to revealing the watchword................................................................ page 99

Article 54 relates to committing damages to private property......................................... page 99

Article 55 relates to forcing safeguards........................................................................... page 99

Article 56 relates to relieving the enemy with money, &c............................................... page 99

Article 57 relates to correspondence with the enemy...................................................... page 99

Article 58 relates to turning in captured property............................................................ page 100

Article 59 relates to forcing commanding officers to surrender...................................... page 100

Article 60 relates to persons amendable to the Articles of War...................................... page 100

Article 67 relates to jurisdiction of regimental courts..................................................... page 100

Article 70 relates to prisoners standing mute before courts............................................ page 100

Article 76 relates to conduct of prisoners on trial........................................................... page 100

Article 78 relates to confinement of enlisted men........................................................... page 100

Article 79 relates to length of arrest or confinement....................................................... page 100

Article 87 relates to sentence of death, lashes, and trial a second time........................... page 100

Article 88 relates to trial for offences committed two years before................................ page 100

Article 95 relates to disposition of the effects of deceased soldiers............................. page 101

Article 97 relates to militia officers and men, and trial of............................................ page 101

Article 99 relates to offences not otherwise specified.................................................. page 101

Article 101 relates to reading and publishing the Articles of War................................ page 101

Articles of War................................................................................................................ 15, 650

Articles of War, provides penalties....................................................................................... 601

Articles of War to be read to soldiers................................................................................... 651

Artillery, books..................................................................................................................... 189

Artillery, corporals of........................................................................................................... 347

Artillery, heavy............................................................................................................. 177, 188

Artillery, how classified....................................................................................................... 172

Artillery, light........................................................................................................................ 176

Artillery, non-commissioned officers of........................................................................ 294, 297

Artillery proper..................................................................................................................... 173

Artillery, sergeants and corporals......................................................................................... 174

Artillery, sergeants of............................................................................................................ 400

Artillery soldiers........................................................................................................... 175, 178

Axis of the piece........................................................................................................... page 102

 

Bacon, how cooked............................................................................................................... 688

Badges in the Army of the Potomac....................................................................................... 666

Badges, soldiers should be familiar with the......................................................................... 668

Badges troops are required to wear....................................................................................... 667

Bands, how reported.............................................................................................................. 233

Bands, of cavalry................................................................................................................... 232

Bands, of volunteers.............................................................................................................. 231

Bands, pay of......................................................................................................................... 230

Bands, when allowed.................................................................................................... 228, 229

Battery, how divided............................................................................................................. 174

Battle, behavior of troops in.................................................................................................. 662

Beans, how cooked................................................................................................................ 689

Beef, salt............................................................................................................................... 686

Bounty......................................................................................................................... 27, 28, 29

Bounty, for recruits................................................................................................................ 594

Bounty, for veterans............................................................................................................... 591

Bounty, for volunteers............................................................................................................. 30

Bounty, in case of death................................................................................................... 31, 591

Bounty, in case of discharge.................................................................................................. 595

Bread, how issued................................................................................................................. 674

Bread, how made................................................................................................................... 675

Bread, substitutes for............................................................................................................. 680

Brigade flags......................................................................................................................... 669

 

Cadet..................................................................................................................................... 552

Cadet, candidates.................................................................................................................. 555

Cadet, duties of, in camp............................................................................................... 567, 568

Cadet, furloughs of................................................................................................................ 559

Cadet, how appointed.................................................................................................... 553, 554

Cadet, how assigned to regiments.................................................................................. 561, 562

Cadet, medical....................................................................................................................... 213

Cadet, number of graduates annually..................................................................................... 560

Cadet, oath of........................................................................................................................ 566

Cadet, preparatory instruction of........................................................................................... 557

Cadet, qualifications for........................................................................................................ 563

Cadet, regulations for admission of....................................................................................... 565

Cadet, vacancies of, how filled..................................................................................... 558, 568

Cadet, when appointed.......................................................................................................... 556

Camp and garrison equipage.......................................................................................... 454, 455

Cavalry soldier...................................................................................................................... 158

Cavalry soldier, arms of........................................................................................................ 169

Cavalry soldier, care of horse................................................................................................ 161

Cavalry soldier, duties of............................................................................................... 159, 160

Cavalry soldier, equipments of.............................................................................................. 170

Cavalry soldier, irregularities of................................................................................... 167, 168

Cavalry, non-commissioned officers of................................................................................. 298

Cavalry, sergeants of............................................................................................................. 400

Certificates of merit................................................................................................. 17, 713, 715

Chief of piece........................................................................................................................ 401

Chief trumpeter, pay and duties of................................................................................. 241, 242

Clerks, soldiers, when detailed as................................................................................. 283, 284

Clothing, account, how kept....................................................................................... 24, 25, 452

Clothing, allowance of............................................................................................................. 23

Clothing, for soldiers............................................................................................................. 156

Clothing, how fitted................................................................................................................. 64

Clothing, how issued............................................................................................................. 448

Clothing, from whom obtained.............................................................................................. 449

Clothing, inspection of........................................................................................................... 453

Coffee, how made.................................................................................................................. 692

Color sentinels....................................................................................................................... 101

Color sergeants...................................................................................................................... 418

Colored troops.............................................................................................................. 579, 596

Colored troops, officers of.................................................................................................... 597

Colored troops, pay of........................................................................................................... 598

Commissary sergeant..................................................................................... 495, 496, 499, 509

Commissary sergeant, duties of............................................................................................. 498

Commissary sergeant, how appointed................................................................................... 497

Commissary sergeant, of a company.............................................................................. 510-514

Company clerk....................................................................................................................... 113

Company commander........................................................................................................ 61, 62

Company commissary sergeant.............................................................................................. 510

Company complaint, form of................................................................................................. 606

Company cooks.............................................................................................................. 109-111

Company cow........................................................................................................................ 474

Company desk....................................................................................................................... 467

Company fund........................................................................................................................ 461

Company fund, administration of................................................................................... 462, 466

Company, how formed........................................................................................... 426, 428-430

Company mess-chest...................................................................................................... 468-470

Company mess-furniture........................................................................................................ 471

Company property......................................................................................................... 442, 465

Company tailor................................................................................................................ 64, 112

Company tools............................................................................................................... 472, 473

Compliments on picket.......................................................................................................... 132

Commutation of rations.............................................................................. 36, 37, 459, 460, 709

Confinement of soldiers................................................................................................. 602, 609

Cooking in the filed....................................................................................................... 671, 673

Cooks, company............................................................................................................. 109-111

Cooks, how enlisted.............................................................................................................. 269

Cooks, in hospitals................................................................................................................ 279

Cooks, law concerning.......................................................................................................... 271

Cooks, number of, allowed.................................................................................................... 269

Cooks, under whose direction....................................................................................... 270, 272

Corn meal, how used............................................................................................................. 679

Corporal, duties of......................................................................................................... 316-325

Corporal, how appointed....................................................................................................... 313

Corporal of artillery.............................................................................................................. 364

Corporal of artillery and cavalry........................................................................................... 347

Corporal of cavalry....................................................................................................... 347, 354

Corporal of fatigue......................................................................................................... 342-345

Corporal of patrol................................................................................................................. 354

Corporal of police................................................................................................................. 339

Corporal of the guard..................................................................................................... 326-338

Corporal, pay of.................................................................................................................... 315

Corporals, posting sentinels........................................................................................... 348-353

Corps flags............................................................................................................................ 669

Corps, Veteran Reserve......................................................................................................... 582

Countersign for pickets.......................................................................................................... 132

Couriers, should destroy despatches..................................................................................... 293

Couriers, soldiers as............................................................................................................. 292

Court-martial......................................................................................................................... 610

Court-martial, field................................................................................................................ 619

Court-martial, jurisdiction of................................................................................................. 618

Court-martial, proceedings of................................................................................................ 616

 

Daily duty.............................................................................................................................. 108

Deportment of soldiers................................................................................................. 47, 55-58

Deposits of soldiers’ pay................................................................................................... 32-34

Deserters............................................................................................................................... 636

Deserters, reward for catching.............................................................................................. 638

Desertion, what constitutes, &c............................................................................................. 637

Desiccated potatoes, how cooked......................................................................................... 695

Desiccated vegetables, how used.......................................................................................... 694

Desk, company...................................................................................................................... 467

Despatches, when to be destroyed......................................................................................... 293

Detached service........................................................................................................... 117, 706

Details, for guard..................................................................................................................... 74

Details, how paraded.............................................................................................................. 73

Details, manner of marching.................................................................................................. 399

Diagram of the principles of firing................................................................................ page 103

Discharge of soldiers...................................................................................................... 13, 577

Descriptive rolls........................................................................................................... 118, 707

Disobedience of orders......................................................................................................... 646

Dispart of a gun............................................................................................................. page 102

Division flags........................................................................................................................ 669

Drill for infantry.................................................................................................................... 151

Drum major........................................................................................................................... 218

Drum major, duties of.................................................................................................... 220-222

Drum major, pay of................................................................................................................ 219

Duties of soldiers.............................................................................................................. 47, 69

Duties of soldiers, artillery soldiers.............................................................................. 172-189

Duties of soldiers, first sergeant............................................................................................ 421

Duties of soldiers, flankers.................................................................................................... 143

Duties of soldiers, in camp................................................................................................ 70, 71

Duties of soldiers, in the field............................................................................... 119, 120, 125

Duties of soldiers, pickets..................................................................................................... 128

Duties of soldiers, skirmishers.............................................................................................. 140

Duty, extra............................................................................................................................. 102

Duty, fatigue.......................................................................................................................... 115

Duty of mounted patrols................................................................................................. 410-417

 

Enemy, when prisoners of war.............................................................................................. 633

Engineers, non-commissioned officers of.............................................................................. 299

Engineers, pay of................................................................................................................... 198

Engineers, soldiers................................................................................................................ 197

Enlisted men of ordnance............................................................................................... 190, 195

Enlisted men of ordnance, how paid...................................................................................... 196

Enlisted men cannot parole themselves.................................................................................. 629

Enlisted men of signal corps........................................................................................... 201-204

Enlistment in time of peace........................................................................................................ 9

Enlistment of minors.................................................................................................................. 8

Enlistment of soldiers................................................................................................................ 7

Enlistment, term of................................................................................................................... 12

Enlistments, special............................................................................................................... 205

Enlistments, special, not transferable............................................................................. 206, 207

Estimation by sound............................................................................................................... 660

Estimation of distances.................................................................................................. 654-658

Estimation of troops.............................................................................................................. 659

Execution of orders............................................................................................................... 648

Extra duty.............................................................................................................................. 115

Extra duty, men...................................................................................................................... 273

Extra duty, pay....................................................................................................... 116, 273, 374

 

False alarms.......................................................................................................................... 405

Farriers, pay of........................................................................................................................ 41

Fatigue, absence from............................................................................................................ 104

Fatigue, corporal of............................................................................................................... 341

Fatigue detail......................................................................................................... 102, 105, 106

Fatigue duty, by whom directed............................................................................................. 103

Fatigue party, issue of whiskey to.......................................................................................... 107

Fatigue, sergeant of................................................................................................................ 397

Field artillery......................................................................................................................... 173

Field court marshal................................................................................................................ 619

Field duties.................................................................................................................... 119, 125

Firing..................................................................................................................................... 661

First sergeant......................................................................................................................... 419

First sergeant, at roll-call.............................................................................................. 425, 437

First sergeant, duties of.................................................................................. 421, 433, 478, 484

First sergeant, forming company..................................................................................... 426-430

First sergeant forms guard details.................................................................................. 438, 439

First sergeant, how appointed................................................................................................ 420

First sergeant keeps the rosters.............................................................................................. 424

First sergeant, morning report of............................................................................................ 431

First sergeant, of artillery and cavalry................................................................................... 477

First sergeant, post of............................................................................................................. 427

First sergeant, property in charge of............................................................................... 433, 440

First sergeant, summary punishment by................................................................................... 483

First sergeant, to make arrest.................................................................................................. 436

Flag of truce........................................................................................................................... 129

Flag of truce, how received................................................................................................... 130

Flankers................................................................................................................................. 142

Flankers, duties of.................................................................................................................. 143

Flour, how prepared for use................................................................................................... 677

Flour, self-rising.................................................................................................................... 678

Forage-bag............................................................................................................................. 171

Form for pension applications............................................................................................... 717

Form of complaint.................................................................................................................. 606

Form of pass for soldiers....................................................................................................... 640

Fresh beef bones.................................................................................................................... 684

Fresh beef, how cooked......................................................................................................... 682

Fresh beef, roasting, frying, &c.............................................................................................. 685

Fresh beef, soup..................................................................................................................... 683

Fund, of company................................................................................................................... 462

Fund, of company, administration of...................................................................................... 466

Furloughs for soldiers............................................................................................................ 642

 

Guard, corporal of................................................................................................................. 326

Guard details................................................................................................................... 73, 438

Guard, for stables.................................................................................................................... 98

Guard, how divided................................................................................................................ 75

Guard, sergeant of................................................................................................................. 375

Guards, advanced.................................................................................................................. 121

Guards, picket....................................................................................................................... 126

Guerrillas and spies.............................................................................................................. 633

Gunners................................................................................................................................. 364

 

Hard bread............................................................................................................................ 676

Hausse........................................................................................................................... page 103

Hausse, how carried..................................................................................................... page 104

Health, hints in regard to....................................................................................................... 670

Heavy artillery.............................................................................................................. 177, 188

Hints on pointing........................................................................................................... page 104

Hominy, how cooked............................................................................................................. 691

Horse, care of........................................................................................................................ 161

Horse, care of, when sick...................................................................................................... 166

Horse, grooming.................................................................................................................... 163

Horse, influence of, on habits of soldiers.............................................................................. 167

Horse, to prevent rolling........................................................................................................ 165

Horse, to prevent sore back................................................................................................... 164

Horse, watering and feeding.......................................................................................... 162, 165

Hospital nurses, pay of soldiers detailed as............................................................................ 42

Hospital steward................................................................................................................... 251

Hospital steward, acting........................................................................................................ 253

Hospital steward, allowance to..................................................................................... 252, 486

Hospital steward, battalion................................................................................................... 252

Hospital steward cannot be reduced.............................................................................. 264, 488

Hospital steward, duties of............................................................................ 259-264, 490, 494

Hospital steward, how appointed.......................................................................................... 254

Hospital steward, how enlisted..................................................................................... 255, 257

Hospital steward, number of, to a regiment................................................................... 487, 489

Hospital steward, qualifications of....................................................................................... 258

Hospital steward, re-enlistment of........................................................................................ 256

Hospital steward, regimental................................................................................................. 485

Hospital steward, regulations for.......................................................................................... 264

 

Infantry soldiers..................................................................................................................... 144

Infantry soldiers, articles for......................................................................................... 148, 149

Infantry, drill of..................................................................................................................... 151

Infantry, non-commissioned officers of......................................................................... 294, 296

Infantry, service of......................................................................................................... 145-147

Infantry, shoes for.................................................................................................................. 150

Inhabitants, when guerrillas................................................................................................... 633

Insane soldiers......................................................................................................................... 46

Instruction of soldiers.................................................................................................. 63, 67, 68

Invalids, provisions for................................................................................................... 44, 582

 

Laborers, include teamsters, &c............................................................................................ 276

Laborers, subject to discipline.............................................................................................. 277

Laborers, when employed..................................................................................................... 275

Lariat-rope............................................................................................................................ 170

Laundress................................................................................................................................ 11

Leader of the band, duties of................................................................................................. 227

Leader of the band, pay of..................................................................................................... 226

Letters for soldiers................................................................................................................ 716

Light artillery......................................................................................................................... 176

Line of sight.................................................................................................................. page 102

Living on the enemy............................................................................................................... 700

Loss of arms and accoutrements.............................................................................................. 66

 

Meat, kinds issued................................................................................................................. 681

Mechanics............................................................................................................................. 275

Mechanics, subject to discipline........................................................................................... 277

Medals for soldiers................................................................................................. 43, 712, 714

Medical cadet........................................................................................................................ 213

Medical cadet, application of................................................................................................ 217

Medical cadet, discharge of.................................................................................................. 216

Medical cadet, duties of................................................................................................ 214, 215

Medical cadet, qualifications of............................................................................................ 214

Mess-chest, company............................................................................................................. 468

Mess-furniture, company........................................................................................................ 471

Military Asylum....................................................................................................................... 45

Military parole....................................................................................................................... 631

Mills, portable....................................................................................................................... 701

Miscellaneous items.............................................................................................................. 504

Morning report....................................................................................................................... 431

Mounted patrol duty........................................................................................................ 410-417

Musicians, duties of............................................................................................................... 236

Musicians, enlistment of........................................................................................................ 240

Musicians, number of............................................................................................................. 234

Musicians, on guard....................................................................................................... 237, 239

Musicians, pay of................................................................................................................... 234

Musicians, principal.............................................................................................................. 223

Muzzle-sight.................................................................................................................. page 103

 

Natural angle of sight.................................................................................................... page 102

Natural line of sight....................................................................................................... page 102

Non-commissioned officers................................................................................................... 294

Non-commissioned officers, how appointed................................................................. 302, 305

Non-commissioned officers, how reduced.................................................................... 303, 304

Non-commissioned officers, lance................................................................................ 306, 307

Non-commissioned officers, obedience to..................................................................... 309, 310

Non-commissioned officers of artillery................................................................................. 297

Non-commissioned officers of cavalry.................................................................................. 398

Non-commissioned officers of engineers.............................................................................. 299

Non-commissioned officers of infantry................................................................................. 296

Non-commissioned officers of ordnance............................................................................... 300

Non-commissioned officers of volunteers............................................................................. 295

Non-commissioned officers, rank of...................................................................................... 301

Non-commissioned officers, recommended for promotion................................................ 18, 56

Non-commissioned officers, when arrested.......................................................................... 308

Nose-bag............................................................................................................................... 170

 

Oath, by whim administered.................................................................................................... 14

Offences against persons....................................................................................................... 623

Officers, how saluted............................................................................................................... 81

Officers of the day................................................................................................................. 122

Officers, qualifications of...................................................................................................... 574

Officers servants.................................................................................................................... 285

Orderlies....................................................................................................................... 101, 114

Orderly call........................................................................................................................... 422

Orderly room................................................................................................................. 341, 395

Orders, obedience to..................................................................................................... 644, 645

Orders regulating passes....................................................................................................... 641

Orders should be written....................................................................................................... 649

Orders to the first sergeant.................................................................................................... 422

Orders, when legal................................................................................................................ 647

Ordnance sergeants and corporals................................................................................. 192, 300

Ordnance sergeants, how punished........................................................................................ 250

Ordnance sergeants, post....................................................................................................... 246

Ordnance sergeants, regulations for....................................................................................... 247

Ordnance soldier................................................................................................................... 190

Ordnance soldier, how classes.............................................................................................. 191

Ordnance stores..................................................................................................................... 248

Ordnance stores, for a company............................................................................................ 443

Organization of non-commissioned officers.......................................................................... 294

Outposts................................................................................................................. 123, 403-409

 

Parole of enlisted men........................................................................................................... 629

Parole of honor and military.................................................................................................. 631

Parole on the battle-field prohibited...................................................................................... 630

Parole, when allowed............................................................................................................ 632

Passes for soldiers................................................................................................................. 640

Patrol, corporal of................................................................................................................. 354

Patrol, duty..................................................................................................................... 410-417

Patrol, manner of marching............................................................................................ 357, 360

Patrol, object of............................................................................................................. 355, 358

Patrol, report of..................................................................................................................... 356

Pay and allowances of soldiers............................................................. 19, 20, 38, 41, 154, 157

Pay, deposits of.................................................................................................................. 32-34

Pay, extra duty.......................................................................................................................... 40

Pay, for re-enlistment............................................................................................................... 26

Pay list........................................................................................................................... page 129

Pay retained....................................................................................................................... 20, 22

Peas, how cooked.................................................................................................................. 689

Pendulum hausse........................................................................................................... page 103

Pensions................................................................................................................................ 717

Picket, communicating on...................................................................................................... 135

Picket, countersign for........................................................................................................... 132

Picket, duties of...................................................................................................... 128, 383-387

Picket, firing.................................................................................................................. 133, 134

Picket, guard.......................................................................................................................... 126

Picket, regulations for............................................................................................................ 128

Picket, should arrest deserters....................................................................................... 129, 131

Pioneers................................................................................................................................. 288

Point-blank.................................................................................................................... page 102

Pointing and ranges....................................................................................................... page 101

Pointing, practical hints on.................................................................................................... 236

Police duty..................................................................................................................... 339, 391

Police, absentees from........................................................................................................... 392

Police, company.................................................................................................................... 388

Police, corporal of................................................................................................................ 339

Police, general....................................................................................................................... 389

Police, prisoners on............................................................................................................... 393

Police, sergeant of................................................................................................................. 388

Potatoes, how cooked............................................................................................................ 696

Principal musician................................................................................................................. 223

Principal musician, pay of..................................................................................................... 224

Principles of firing................................................................................................................. 653

Prisoners of war..................................................................................................... 624, 626-628

Prisoners of war, entitled to pay, &c..................................................................................... 634

Prisoners, charges against..................................................................................................... 611

Prisoners, confinement of.............................................................................................. 602, 609

Prisoners, defence of............................................................................................................. 615

Prisoners, deportment of, on trial.......................................................................................... 612

Prisoners, finding against...................................................................................................... 616

Prisoners on trial not to be delayed....................................................................................... 621

Prisoners, plea of.................................................................................................................. 613

Prisoners, trial of, by civil authority..................................................................................... 622

Prisoners, witnesses for........................................................................................................ 614

Promotion by seniority.......................................................................................................... 573

Promotion, how to obtain...................................................................................................... 571

Promotion of non-commissioned officers.............................................................................. 569

Promotion, order concerning................................................................................................. 570

Property, care of.................................................................................................................... 440

Provost sergeant.................................................................................................................... 394

Punishments........................................................................................................................... 599

Punishments, authority for...................................................................................................... 600

Punishments, legal................................................................................................................. 617

Punishments, summary.................................................................................................... 602-604

 

Quartermaster sergeant.......................................................................................................... 515

Quartermaster sergeant, accounts for losses.................................................................. 523, 524

Quartermaster sergeant, duties of.................................................................................. 517, 540

Quartermaster sergeant has care of papers.................................................................... 526, 527

Quartermaster sergeant has charge of clothing............................................................... 522, 534

Quartermaster sergeant has charge of property...................................................................... 518

Quartermaster sergeant, how appointed................................................................................. 516

Quartermaster sergeant of a company............................................................................. 532-539

Quartermaster sergeant of artillery and cavalry............................................................. 528, 529

Quartermaster sergeant of infantry......................................................................................... 530

Quartermaster’s property....................................................................................................... 456

 

Range............................................................................................................................ page 102

Rank, how indicated...................................................................................................... 664, 665

Rank of non-commissioned officers...................................................................................... 301

Rate per bushel of cereals............................................................................................... page 65

Ration, commutation of.................................................................................... 36, 459, 460, 709

Ration, cooking of......................................................................................................... 464, 671

Ration, how to carry.............................................................................................................. 704

Ration, of soldiers................................................................................................... 35, 457, 671

Ration, of whiskey................................................................................................................... 39

Rations, savings of................................................................................................................ 463

Receipt roll, clothing..................................................................................................... 450, 451

Reconnoissance..................................................................................................................... 124

Re-enlistment of soldiers......................................................................................................... 16

Regimental armorers.............................................................................................................. 281

Regimental hospital steward.................................................................................................. 485

Regulations for pickets.......................................................................................................... 128

Regulations for sentinel........................................................................................................... 88

Reserve corps, veteran.......................................................................................................... 582

Rice, how cooked.................................................................................................................. 690

Roll-call........................................................................................................................ 425, 427

Room-orderly................................................................................................................ 341, 395

Roster.............................................................................................................................. 72, 424

 

Saddler, pay and duties of..................................................................................................... 245

Saddler sergeant.................................................................................................................... 243

Salt beef, how cooked........................................................................................................... 686

Salt pork, how cooked........................................................................................................... 687

Salute of a private.............................................................................................................. 49-54

Schedule of tares, &c...................................................................................................... page 65

School of the soldier............................................................................................................... 65

Scouts and spies............................................................................................................. 289-291

Sentence, remission of........................................................................................................... 620

Sentinel, color....................................................................................................................... 101

Sentinel, duties of.................................................................................................................... 76

Sentinel, general orders for............................................................................................... 77, 78

Sentinel, how posted............................................................................................................... 87

Sentinel, how to challenge....................................................................................................... 85

Sentinel, how to salute............................................................................................................. 81

Sentinel, must be respected..................................................................................................... 89

Sentinel, must explain his orders............................................................................................. 80

Sentinel, must hold his post................................................................................................ 90-94

Sentinel, must know his orders................................................................................................ 95

Sentinel, must report violations............................................................................................... 84

Sentinel, No. 1......................................................................................................................... 86

Sentinel, regulations for........................................................................................................... 88

Sentinel, special orders for..................................................................................................... 79

Sergeants, commissary.......................................................................................................... 495

Sergeants, duties of................................................................................................ 365-372, 398

Sergeants, first....................................................................................................................... 419

Sergeants, has charge of prisoners................................................................................. 377-379

Sergeants, how appointed.............................................................................................. 373, 374

Sergeants major duties of............................................................................................... 541-551

Sergeants make out guard report............................................................................................ 380

Sergeants of artillery and cavalry.......................................................................................... 400

Sergeants of fatigue............................................................................................................... 397

Sergeants of ordnance............................................................................................ 191-193, 246

Sergeants of police................................................................................................................ 388

Sergeants of the guard............................................................................................................ 375

Sergeants on picket................................................................................................................ 404

Sergeants, quartermaster........................................................................................................ 515

Sergeants salute....................................................................................................................... 48

Servants, soldiers as.............................................................................................................. 285

Sick report............................................................................................................................. 432

Signal corps........................................................................................................................... 200

Skirmishers, duties of..................................................................................................... 136-141

Soldiers, absence of......................................................................................................... 70, 639

Soldiers, arms charged for when lost..................................................................................... 444

Soldiers, artillery................................................................................................................... 172

Soldiers as couriers................................................................................................................. 29

Soldiers, cavalry............................................................................................................ 158-160

Soldiers, confinement of................................................................................................ 602, 609

Soldiers, detached.......................................................................................................... 707-711

Soldiers, field duties of................................................................................................. 119, 125

Soldiers, form of pass for...................................................................................................... 640

Soldiers’ Home....................................................................................................................... 45

Soldiers, how regarded............................................................................................................. 1

Soldiers in battle................................................................................................................... 663

Soldiers, infantry............................................................................................................ 144-157

Soldiers, insane....................................................................................................................... 46

Soldiers’ letters..................................................................................................................... 716

Soldiers, marriage of................................................................................................................. 9

Soldiers, not allowed to parole themselves........................................................................... 629

Soldiers, should be numbered................................................................................................ 441

Soldiers, should prepare........................................................................................................... 3

Soldiers, should read the Articles of War............................................................................. 652

Soldiers, to return promptly from furlough............................................................................ 643

Soup, how made............................................................................................................ 683, 698

Special duty........................................................................................................................... 273

Special enlistments................................................................................................................ 205

Stable guard............................................................................................................. 98, 361-363

Stadium, how made................................................................................................................ 655

Stewards, hospital.......................................................................................................... 251, 485

Summary punishments............................................................................................................ 602

Supernumeraries.................................................................................................................... 439

 

Table of quantity and bulk of ration......................................................................... pages 67-69

Table of weight and bulk of ration........................................................................... pages 66-67

Tailor, company.............................................................................................................. 64, 112

Tea, how made...................................................................................................................... 693

Theory of pointing......................................................................................................... page 102

Trumpeters, chief................................................................................................................... 241

Trumpeters of cavalry............................................................................................................ 235

 

Utensils for cooking....................................................................................................... 672, 703

 

Vedette................................................................................................................................... 127

Vegetables, desiccated................................................................................................... 694, 695

Veterans................................................................................................................................. 590

Veterans, bounty for....................................................................................................... 591, 592

Veterans, recruits for............................................................................................................. 594

Veterans’ regiments............................................................................................................... 593

Veterans Reserve Corps........................................................................................................ 582

Veterinary surgeons........................................................................................................ 208-212

Vinegar, how used................................................................................................................. 697

Volunteer regiments............................................................................................................... 295

 

Wagoner......................................................................................................................... 265-268

Warning to soldiers who have been without food.................................................................. 705

Whiskey, ration of.................................................................................................................... 39

Wrongs against citizens.......................................................................................................... 623

Wrongs against soldiers................................................................................................. 605-608

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