The United States Service Magazine Volume 3

The United States Service Magazine Volume 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1865 edition. Excerpt: ...Surgeon Philip Lansdalo, ordered to the Naval Rendezvous, Philadelphia, I'enn. Jan. 7.--Assistant Surgeon William Commons, ordered to the Patapsco. Assistant Surgeon S. H. Petty, detached from the Patapsco, on the reporting of his relief, and ordered North. Assistant Surgeon David Mack, Jr.. detached from tho Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass., and ordered to tho Suwanee. Assistant Surgeon William K. Van Reypen, ordered to tho Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass. Jan. 12. Passed Assistant Surgeon A. Matthovvson, detached from the Saco, and ordered to tho Shawmut. Assistant Surgeon C. II. Page, detached from the Eutaw, on the reporting of his relief, and waiting orders. Jan. 14.--Assistant Surgeon Thomas N. Penrose, ordered to tho Princeton. Jan. 19.--Surgeon John R. Mossorsmith and Assistant Surgeon Stephen J. Clark, detached from the Constellation, and waiting orders. Jan. 24.--Assistant Surgeon William P. Baird, detached from tho Passaic, on the reportimg of his relief, and ordered North. Assistant Surgeon William Commons, orders of tho 7th instant modified, and ho will report for duty on board tho Passaic. Jan. 27.--Passed Assistant Surgeon M. Bradley, detached from his present duties in the Mississippi Squadron, and ordered to special duty with the Fleet Surgeon of the same squadron. Jan. 30.--Surgeon George Maulsby and Assistant Surgeon H. S. Pitkin, detached from the Brooklyn, and waiting orders. Appointed Assistant Paymaster. Jan. 11.--Charles F. Guild, and to remain on duty with Rear-Admiral Porter. Jan. 4.--Paymaster Casper Schenck, detached from the Juniata, on tho reporting of his relief, and waiting orders. Jan. 19.--Paymaster H. H. Pangborn, detached from tho Constellation, on the completion of transfer, and ordered to settle his accounts....show more

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  • 9781236667441