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SPECIAL ORDERS NO

SPECIAL ORDERS NO. 41.

HDQRS. THIRD DIV., 10TH ARMY CORPS,
Goldsborough, N. C., June 2, 1865.

I. Colonel Goff, commanding Third Brigade, will move without unnecessary delay two regiments of his brigade to Wilmington, there reporting for duty to General Hawley, commanding district; one regiment of the brigade will remain at Goldsborough as guard and garrison until relieved by a regiment from Wilmington; it will then report to the brigade commander at Wilmington. The commanding officer of this brigade will send forward monthly and tri-monthly reports and all papers permanently affecting his command through these headquarters.

II. General Duncan will move his brigade without unnecessary delay, two regiments to New Berne, one regiment, preferably Thirty-ninth, to Kinston. This regiment will guard the bridges over the Neuse River at that point.

III. General Bates will move his brigade to Morehead City. He will, with two regiments of his present brigade and with Fourteenth U.S. Colored Heavy Artillery, relieve all troops now on duty at Morehead and vicinity. He will, with one regiment, relieve the troops at Roanoke Island, Plymouth, and vicinity.

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By command of Brig. Gen. C. J. Paine:

 GEO. ALLEN,

 Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.

 


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