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Military division of the Pacific.......
Military division of the Missouri..
Fifth military district.......

Military division of the South....
I. Military division of the Atlantic.. 30 (101, 296 101, 296 238
Total in the United States .. 72 298, 437 308, 260 313 13,703 3, 294 322, 607 171, 948 150, 659 21,311 233, 709 10,520 245, 229 465, 017 50 226, 925 41 $3,493, 295 40

1, 289 ......:

232 122, 118 46, 556 18, 678 100, 018

8,979 2, 594

GRAND RECAPITULATION

Number of bodies of Union

soldiers which can be identified.

Number of bodies of Union

soldiers which cannot be identified.

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Total number of bodies of

rebel prisoners of war in division or district.

Number of bodies reinter

red up to June 30, 1869.

Number of bodies proposed to be reinterred hereafter.

Total number of bodies

which will have been reinterred in all.

Bredet Brigadier General and Quartermaster U. S. A.

ALEX. J. PERRY,

Aggregate of expenditures

during the past fiscal year.

Estimate of expenditures

for next fiscal year, ending June 30, 1870.

Total aggregate of expen. ditures, past and future.

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B.—Tabular record of titles to land occupied by the United States for national cemeteries.

Running No.

Name of cemetery.

Name of prior owner.

Name of pres. ent owner.

Date of deed

to United States.

March 28, 1866 Lot 324.
Aug. 24, 1864

1 acre
Ang. 30, 1864

1 acro
July 23, 1867 56 loty.

June 30, 1868

7 acres

1. Green Mount, Vt Town of Montpelier, Vt

United States 2 Beverly, N. J. Joseph Weyman.

..do.... 3 Whitehall, Bristol, Pa. George Randall..

..do.. 4 Lebanon, Philadelphia, Pa J. C. White..

..do.. 5 Finn's Point, N. J. United States.

.do.
6 Pea Patch Island, Del.
United States.

.do.
7 Point Lookout, Md.
Logan 0. Smith

do..
8 United States Military Asylum, Dist. Col. United States.

..do..
9 Arlington, Va.
Robert E. Lee..

.do.
10 Rural Cemetery, Chester, Pa
J. P. Eyre......

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11 Odd Fellows' Cemetery
H. Hopkins .....

.do.
12 Culpeper Court House, Va
E. B. Hill and wife

.do. 13 Hampton, Va..... William E. Wood..

.do. 14 Richmond, Va William Slater and wife.

.do
15 City Point, Va
E. Comer

.do.
16 Yorktown, Va .......
Fred. W. Power

..do
17 Glendale, Ya....
Lucy C. Nelson and others

.do
18 Seven Pines, Va
Richard Hilliard

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19 Fredericksburg, Va
Dougl. H. Gordon and wife

.do..
20 Poplar Grove, Petersburg, Va
John Flowers......

.do.. 21 Wilmington, N. C Isaac D. Ryttenberg .....

..do.. 22 Staunton, Va .......... Nicholas K. Trout and others

.do.. 23 Newbern, N. C......... William P. Moore and wife.

.do..
Beaufort, S.C.....
State of South Carolina

.do.
25 Rose Hill, Columbia, Tenn
John Baird

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26 Marietta, Ga..
Hy G. Cole and Georgia C. his wife.

.do.. 27 Montgomery, Ala.

W.L. Coleman, mayor, &c ......

..do.. 28 Mobile, Ala. City of Mobile.

..do...
29 Fort Barrancas, Fla.
United States..

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30 Corinth, Miss .......

Walker, White, and Vance.

..do. 31 | Natchez, Miss .........

Margaret Case, T. D. Parnell, and others. do. 32 Vicksburg, Miss Aloy. H. Jaynes and wife.

.do. 33 Little Rock, Ark City of Little Rock .....

..do. 34 Pine Bluff, Ark...

Martha C. Allis.....

....do.. 35 Fayetteville, Ark Stephen L. Stone and wife

.do. 36 Fayetteville, Ark David Walker ....

.do.. 37 Baton Rouge, La

Pierre Baron and Miss Simonia Benna ........do.. 38 | Chalmette, New Orleans, La

City of New Orleans..

...do. 39 Port Hudson, La....... J. I. Gibbens.

.do. 40 San Antonio, Texas ....... W. C. A. Thlelopape, mayor, &c.

.do. 41 | Brownsville, Texas

United States......

...do....

Sept. 25, 1866
Feb.
20, 1860

3 acres .....
Jan. 25, 1868 0.89 acre
March 10, 1868 2.721 acres
May 20, 1867 2. 13 acres ...
April 24, 1867

1.3 acre
Nov. 5, 1868 12. 005 acres
April 3, 1868 8.13...
Feb. 10, 1867 5 acres
Sept. 30, 1868 1. 1463 acres
March 13, 18697.589 acres
Feb. 10, 1863 31 acres ......
May 1866
July 31, 1866 20.01 acres
July 14, 1866

2 lots..

Feb. 1. 186820 acres..
July 31, 1867

11. 07 acres
Aug. 27, 1866

40 acros ........
April 9, 1868

9.1 acres.....
March 27, 18673 acres ........

3. 248 acres
May 20, 1867 1.741 acres
Oct. 16, 1868 7 acres .....
May 26, 1868 13.6.....
Aug. 17, 1869 acres .......
Nov. 15, 1867 1.9 acros

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ALEX. J. PERRY,
Brevet Brigadier General and Quartermaster U. S. A.

42 Nashville, Tenn. 43 Fort Donolsoa, Team

Memphis, Tenn......
45 Memphis, Tenn......
46 Memphis, Tenn
47 Stone's River, Tenn
48 Stono's River, Tenn..
49 Chattanooga, Tun ......
59 Knoxville, Tenn.....
51 Shiloh, Pittsburg Landing, Tenn
52 Cave Hill, Louisville, Ky
53 Lexington, Ky
54 Danville, Ky
55 Lebanon, Ky ...
56 Logan's Cross Roads, Ky.
57 Frankfort, Ky
58 Camp Nelson, Ky.
59

Madison, Wis.
60

Prairie du Chien, Wis.
61 Oakwoods Cemetery, Chicago, Ill.
62 Crown Hill, Indianapolis, Ind.

New Albany, Ind.....
64 Alton, Ill..
65 Mound City, Racine, Wis
66 Jefferson City, Mo
67 Springfield, Mo
68 Springfield, Mo
69 Davenport, Iowa.......
70 Keokuk, lowa
71 Fort Scott, Kansas.

-1867

M. B. Howell, Master in Chaneery.
James P. Flood.
William Sides .........
A. Alston
Coleman Boyd.
James M. Tompkins .......
Benjamin Lillard
Joseph Ruohs and others
John Dameron ..
Heirs of Th. B. Stubbs.
J. Everett
Lexington

Cemetery Association
Town of Danville, Ky
James C. McElroy.
William H. Logan and wife
Frankfort Cemetery Company
Mary Scott
0. W. Koya, mayor, &c.....
J. Lockwood
J. G. Scammon, president
J. M. Ray, president
Charles and Georgiana Bowman.
Thomas Dunford and wifo.
City of Racine.......
Israel B. Reed and wife.
N. F. Chaires and wifo...
R. B. Owen, mayor, &c
B. B. Woodward, president.
W. Patterson, mayor
Fort Scott Town Company

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Respectfully submitted.

QUARTERMASTER GENERAL'S OFPICE, October 14, 1869.

Monthly statement of the account between the United States and railroad companies indebted to the United States, for the sale of military railroad properly

under executive orders of August 8 and October 14, 1865, and orders of the Quartermaster General, for the month ending June 30, 1869.

Alexandria, Loudon, and Hampshiro

$62, 592 96 $15, 979 37 $78,572 33 $59, 862 67 $47 91 $59,930 58 $359 30 Atlantic and North Carolina.

$407 21 859, 882 67

$59, 882 67 51, 453 93 10, 030 15 GI, 484 08 22,426 481 229 22 22, 655 70 134 56 363 78 16, 613 84 $1,000 00 17, 613 84 Alabama and Florida .....

27, 109 04 27, 109 04 12, 218 33

12, 218 33
4 Alabama and Chattanooga

30, 248 52 7,832 92 38, 081 44 28, 948 52 4,580 31 33, 528 83 173 69 4,734 00 6,859 30 1,371 86 8,231 16
5 East Tennessee and Georgia.
366, 183 02 96, 925 09 463, 108 11 350, 447 58 19, 258 99 369, 706 57 2,102 68 21, 361 67 19,607 93

19, 607 93
6 East Tennessee and Virginia

265, 655 65 71,347 04 337, CO2 09 249, 228 81 Edgefield and Kentucky 114, 772 86

6,827 63 256,056 44 1, 495 37 8,323 00 170, 223 73 11,068,99 181, 292 72 8 Indianola...

30, 671 33 145, 444 19 114,772 8G 28, 117 10 142, 889 96 688 61 28, 805 74 20, 000 00

90, 861 80 4,782 20 95, 644 00

20, 009 00 15, 000 000
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15, 000 00
Knoxville and Kentucky

12, 335 63 2, 176 78 14, 512 41 9, 544 89 73 75
10

9, 618 24 McMinnville and Manchester

57 27 130, 62 8,183 30 513 99 8,697 29 20, 310 00 5, 004 35 25, 314 35 11

20, 310 00 4,878 74 25, 188 74 McMinnville and Manchester

121 86 5,000 00 19, 463 75 846 25 5,863 22

20, 310 00 26, 198 54

32, C61 76 26, 198 54 5,706 03 31, 904 57 12 Mississippi, Gainesville, and Tuscaloosa.

157 19 5,863 22 26, 198 54

26, 198 54
33, 476 39 9,043 69 42,520 C8
13 Macon and Brunswick

33, 476 39 2,858 22 36,334 61 200 86 3,059 08 29,291 85 1,394 85 30, 686 70

26, 820 00 4,376 41 31, 196 41 5, 459 81 25 11 5, 484 92 14 Mobile and Ohio

32 76 57 87 5, 459 81 505, 143 70

5, 459 81 63, 037 82 568, 181 52 112, 266 43

112, 266 43 673 60 673 60 13, 121 71 1,000 00 14,121 71 15 Mississippi and Tennessee

127,750 52 24,522 09 152, 272 61 53, 411 67 224 33 53, 636 00 16 Memphis, Clarksville, and Louisville.

320 33 544 66 336, 932 36 17 Memphis, Clarksville, and Louisville.

100 001
89, 190 48 426, 122 81 336,932, 36 62, 905 89 399, 838 25 2,021 59 64, 927 48 267,578 33 14,083 07 281,661 40

100 00
18 Memphis and Ohio
19 Memphis and Little Rock.
106,929 13 20,077 76 127, 006 89 42, 646 17

42, 646 17 255 88 255 88
153,673 89

42, 646 17

42, 646 17
29, 142 89 182, 816 78 86, 694 63 537 51 87, 232 14 520 17 1,057 68 18,184 83 1,000 0019, 184 83
20 Nashville and Chattanooga
21 Nashville and Northwestern

1,566, 551 73 409,242 78 1,975, 794 51 1, 475, 206 55 202, 808 84 1,678, 015 39 8,851 24 211, 660 08
Nashville and Decatur

405, 193 92 525, 400 26 145,421 00 670, 821 26 522, 085 17 103, 768 65 625, 853 82 3,132 51 106,901 16.522, 085 17

522, 085 17 23 New Orleans and Ohio

82, 852 35 488, 046 27 280,820 10 2,705 68 283,525 78 1,684 92 4,390 60 100, 668 40 16,883 08 117,551 48

32, 150 00 7,960 58 40, 110 581 27,961 19 24

1, 732 00 New Orleans and Ohio

29, 693 19 167 77

1,899 77
3,547 20

27,961 19

27,961 19
25

3, 547 201 1, 152 21

1, 152 21 New Orleans, Opelousas, and Great Western.. 113, 773 45 11,947 35 125, 720 80 32, 964 84 79 12

33, 043 96 158 45

237 57 26 Pacific Railroad, of Missouri..

32,964 84

32, 964 84
125, 433 65
125, 433 65 29, 073 44

29, 073 44
Southwest Branch Pacific Railroad, of Misouri. 57, 115 24

57, 115 24
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57, 115 24 Selma und Meridian..

57, 115 24 146, 327 92 20, 163 01 160, 490 93 40, 213 63

40,213 63 241 28 241 28

500 00 500 00 29 Selma, Rome, and Dalton

163, 276 491 44,986 58 228, 263 07 153,018 89 2,617, 66 155, 636 55 918 11 3,535 77 70, 187 00 9, 081 89 79, 268 89 30 San Antonio and Mexican Gulf 18,775 191 10,510 92 59, 286 111 46,494 01) 4,332 11 50, 826 12 278 96 4,611 07 46, 494 011

46, 494 01

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31 Vicksburg and Meridian, South Missiesippi

Western North Carolina......

Washington, Alexandria, and Georgetown
1 Richmond, Fredericksburg, and Potomac

Georgia Railroad and Banking Company.
3 | Southwestern.

Macon and Western

South Carolina.
6 Muscogee.

Petersburg
8 Memphis and Charleston
9 Mobile and Great Northern
10 New Orleans, Jackson, and Great Northern
11 Mississippi Central
12 Virginia and Tennessee
13 Montgomery and West Point
14 Virginia Central .......
15 Romo
16 Western and Atlantic
17 Orange and Alexandria
18 Mapassas Gap

Wilmington and Weldon
20 Alabama and Florida

13, 916 851 13, 916 851 13, 916 85

13, 916 85 14, 269 89 2,004 33 16, 274 15 1, 172 79

60 75 1, 233 51 7 04 67 79 903 81 100 00 1,003 81 324 061 324 06 254 55

254 55
7,449 27

7, 449 27
11, 935 05

11, 935 05
46, 159 89

46, 159 89
83, 638 15

83, 638 15
23, 458 50 1,646 76 25, 105 26

5, 244 20 424 57 5, 668 77 65, 000 00 3, 633 60 68, 633 60 517, 494 09 30, 889 64 578, 383 73

14, 637 73 1, 192 55 15, 830 28 200, 865 58 15, 656 91 216, 522 49

78, 460 00 6,368 56 84,828 56
102, 880 00 14, 371 05 117, 251 05
38, 559 66

3,324 93 41,884 59
70, 000 001 10, 364 66 80, 364 66
22, 086 05 1,778 57 23, 864 62
472, 944 66 70, 194 71 543, 139 37
118, 895 74 12, 497 441

131, 393 18
4,623 51 864 87 5, 488 38
81, 500 000 9, 946 31 91, 446 31

51, 912 00 6,355 181 58, 267 18
7,571, 486 001, 409, 820 608,981, 306 604, 261, 315 60 454, 375 154, 715, 690 75 24, 756 03 479, 131 181, 595, 441 98 63, 626 18/1, 659, 068 16

19

Total

*$242 20 charged this month on account expenses of receiver. Soe letter from General McFerran, inclosed.

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