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he is absent and then had Colonel Cadle read the following letters from Colonel Dayton:

FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL, MADISON SQUARE, New York, September 4,8 P. M. Dear GenerAL:—I am called East, by wire, to Nellie, who is at Narragansett Pier, critically ill; got here an hour since, and go on next train.

I shall not be at the meeting, but have sent the books to you at Grand Pacific.

Very truly yours,

L. M. DAYTON. GENERAL SHERMAN,

President.

CINCINNATI, September 7, 1885. GENERAL W. T. SHERMAN,

Chicago, I. : GENERAL:-Colonel Dayton was called away from the city very suddenly, and by his telegraphic order, I send you, via express, care Grand Pacific Hotel, one package, containing books belonging to Army of Tennessee. Hoping they may arrive in good condition, I am,

Yours truly,

L. M. DAYTON,

Per Sands. The President;-I have no doubt that Colonel Dayton will make a report in time to be added to these proceedings. If the Society choose, you can adopt a resolution to have his report printed with the proceedings.

Captain Fagan:-I move that the report of Colonel Dayton, when received, be printed and published as usual.

Carried.
Note-The Secretary offers the following, therefore:

RECORDING SECRETARY'S REPORT.

SOCIETY OF THE ARMY OF THE TENNESSEE,

SECRETARY'S OFFICE, December 2, 1885. GexeRAL W. T. SHERMAN,

President Society of the Army Tennessee: My absence from the annual meeting of the Society, on September 9th and 10th, prevented my presenting my report, as required by the By-Laws. I now beg leave to do so, and will incorporate it with the annnal report of the proceedings of that meeting, as provided for by its action.

The money received from members, on account of fees and dues, since my last report, has been For permanent fund...

$106.00, For general fund....

437.00. and has been handed to the Treasurer, and by him receipted for, as his report has stated.

A report of the transactions of the Society, at its seventeenth meeting, was printed and distributed to the members not in arrears of dues and whose address was known.

Receipts for money paid me has been sent to each member who has paid, and in many cases notices have been sent to delinquents.

There seems to be a lack of understanding regarding annual dues and their payment, and the matter of life memberships, therefore I take the liberty to di. rect attention to Article 1 of our By-laws, and also to the following resolution, passed at the meeting of October, 1874, viz.:

Resolved, That any member who shall be in default of payment of any part of his membership fee at our next annual meeting, or any member who shall be in arrears of dues at any time after our next annual meeting, to the amount of five dollars, shall have his name dropped from the published list of members. Any member being so dropped shall have his name restored at any time when full payment of arrears for fees and dues have been made.”

Any member may take a life membership, as provided and can be found in the report of the meeting at Madison, 1872, viz.: at a cost of thirty-five dollars, less any fees or dues he may have previously paid.

The correspondence of this office has been rather more than in previous years.

The expenses have been about as usual. But the particulars of vouchers are given in the Treasurer's report, and I do not mention them.

L. M. DAYTON,

Recording Secretary. NOTE.-Below the Secretary begs leave to give a statement, showing payments made him from October 30th, 1884, to December 5th, 1885. 1984.

1884. Oct. 30, Capt. J. C. Neely, $5.00 Dec. 17. Capt. Harlan Page,

5.00 31, Lieut. E. P. Tobey, 5.00 20, Capt. W. S. Marshall,

5.00 Nov. 2, Gen. 0. 0. Howard, 5.00 24, Lieut. A. M. Trimble,

5.00 3, Capt. J. V. Lewis,

7.00 31, Capt. J. B. Colton, 5, Maj.-Gen. G. M. Dodge, 7.00 31, Lieut. L. Stillwell, 5, Surg. C. Goodbrake,

31, Col. L. H. Roots,

5.00 7, Brig.-Gen. J. P. Hawkins, 5,00 1885. S, B. Gen. W. Sooy Smith, 5.00 Jan. 28; Gen. J. M. Corse, 5.00 9, Col. John Connell, 5.00 28, Lt. W. D. E. And reas, 1.00 14. Capt. B. M. Custer,

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28, Gen. G. P. Ihrie, Dec. 10, Lieut. H. O. Dwight,

28, Gen, R. Macfeeley, 6.00

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1885.

1885. Mar. 22, Capt. John Schenck, 5.00 Sept. 9, B.-Gen. J. S. Reynolds, 6.00 Apr. 8, Capt. W. T. Prunty,

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9, Lt.-Col. N. P. Gilsoe, 20.00 8, Major A. V. Bohn, 3.00 9, Capt. B. F. Monroe,

3.00 8, Col. J. M. Loomis,

9, Capt. Harlan Page, 29, Gen. J. D. Bingham,

9, Lieut. A. N. Reece, July 6, Col. T. J. Newsham,

9, B.-Gen. Jno. McArthur, 6.00 10, Col. J. S. Martin, 2.00

9, Lieut. R. S. Tuthill, 10, Col. Oliver Wood,

9, Capt. Wm. C. Johnson, 20.00 Aug. 31, Lt.-Col. Geo. H. Hildt, 2.00 9, Maj. Hoyt Sherman, 6.00 31, Capt. A. S. Skilton,

9, Capt. Holmes Hoge, 4.00 31, Major W. C. Henry,

9, Capt. J. W. McElravy, 3.00 31, Capt. Jas. Nish,

9, Capt. A. L. Ogg, 2.00 31, Maj. Jas. McFarland,

9, Capt. G. O. Morgridge, 3.00 31, Col. C. C. Kellogg,

9, Capt. A. J. Harding, 31, Col. W. J. Landram,

9, Capt. G. W. Sylvis, 31. Col. Oscar Jackson,

9, Capt. D. H. Gile, 31, Lieut. S. T. Brush, 5.00

9, B.-Gen. W.R. Marshall, 1.00 31, Major S. Lyman,

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9, Capt. C. G. Warner,

3.00 31, Gen. D. H. Brush,

9, Maj. William Warner, 3.00 31, Lieut. F. H. Putney, 5.00

9, Maj. T. J. Newsham, 31, Capt. R. B. Frary,

9, Capt. Jos. G. Robinson, 1.00 31, Capt. W. A. Ruff,

9, Lt.-Col. W. H. Bolton, 1.00 Sept. Gen. C. B. Fisk,

15.00

9, Capt. M. J. McGrath, Maj. W. A. Wainwright, 3.00 9, Brig.-Gen. M. M. Bane, 3.00 Capt. B. F. Darling, 5.00

9. Lt.-Col. Fred. Welker, Maj. W. S. Robertson, 1.00 9, Maj. L. H. Everest, Maj. B. J. D. Irwin,

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9, Maj. A. Willison,
9, Capt. Chas. E. Putnam, 1.00 9, Capt. C. E. Lanstrum,
9, Capt. W. B. Leach,

9, Adjt. F. Y. Hadley,
9, Lieut. H. H. Rood, 3.00

9, Col. Owen Stewart, 5.00 9, Capt. R. M. Campbell, 2.00 9, Capt. J. H. Monroe,

3.00 9, Capt. S. S. Tripp,

9, Maj. C. W. Smith, 9, Lt.-Col. A. M. Dresser, 5.00 9, Maj. Leo Rassieur, 9, Maj. R. C. Crowell, 5.00

9, Col. P. Pease, 9, B.-Gen. W. W. Belknap, 1.00 9, Capt. Chas. Stiesmeier, 2.00 9, Capt. J. G. Everest,

9, Maj. B. H. Peterson,

3.00 9, Lieut. Ezra Nuckolls,

9. Maj. 0. C. Towne, 9, Lieut H. D. Dement, 6.00

9, Sur. Jos. Spiegelhalter, 18.00 9, Capt. J. W. Evenden,

9, Surg. C. Goodbrake, 9, Col. Nelson Cole,

9, Maj. Charles Hipp, 9, Capı. N. L. Lutz,

9, Surg. E. D. Kittoe, 17.00 9, Capt. B. M. Callender, 1.00 9, Col. Theo. Meumann, 9. Lieut. J. H. Lakin,

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9, Col. H. T. Noble,
9, Brig.-Gen. J. A. Potter, 1.00 9, Col. R. V. Ankeney,

3.00 9, Capt. J. A. Smith,

9, Maj. P. H. McCauley, 6.00 9, Capt. J. D. Fegan,

9, Capt. J. A. Sexton,

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1885. Sept. 9, Lt.-Col. S. L. Taggert, 1.00

9, Col. D. B. Henderson, 20,00
9, B.-Gen. W. R. Rowley, 5.00
9, Surg. W. H. Gibbon,
9, Surg. J. R. Zearing, 6.00
9, Capt. B. R. Sherman, 4.00
9, Lieut. Jas. W. Porter, 2.00
9, Surg. H. Wardner,
9, Capt. G. A. Bussey,
9, Lieut. Geo. L. Paddock, 1.00
9, Maj. Ed. S. Johnson,
9, Capt. C. O. Patier,
9, Col. A. J. Seay,

1.00 9, B. Gen. T. C. Fletcher, 2.00 9. Lt. J. Q. A. Cainpbell, 2.00 9, Lt.-Col. B. T. Wright. 1.00 9. Maj. R. N. Evans,

4.00 9, Capt. 11. W. B. Hoyt, 17,00 9, Capt. J. L. Burnet,

3.00 9, Surg. E. B. Harrison,

5.00 9, Capt. B. H. Ferguson, 5.00 9, B.-Gen. R. W. llealy, 20.00 9, B.-Gen. J. M. Ruggles, 3.00 9, Capt. J. O. Pullen,

4.00 9, Capt. A. S. Prophet, 9, Maj. R. W. McClaughry 1.00 9, Col. G. A, Pierce, 9, Lt.-Col, A. C. Fiske, 9, B.-Gen. J. G. Wilson, 20.00 9, Mrs. Crafts J. Wright, 3.00 9, Capt. A. T. Andreas, 9, Lt. Col. Wm. A very, 9, Lieut. W. G. Mead, 6,00 9. Capt. J. T. McAuley, 9, Surg. E. Powell, 9, Capt. C. C. Chadwick, 3.00 9, Surg. W.C. Jacobs, 9, Capt. C. F. Matteson, 9, Capt. M. A. Higley. 9, Ll.-Col. J. C. Stone,

4.00 9, Capt. W.D. E. Andrus, 1.00 9, Maj. P. Flynn,

4.00 9, Capt. H. J. Gleason, 9, Lieut. H. L. Gray, 9, B.-Gen. W. Sooy Smith 1.00 9, Lieut. J. T. Moss, 2.00

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Sept. 9, Lieut. W. S. Scribner, 3.00

9, Capt. I. P. Rumsey,
9. Lieut. J. W. Rumsey, 3.co
9, Maj. C. H. Dyer, 4.00
9 Lieut. F. S. Allen, 6.00
9, Brig.-Gen. E. A. Carr, 20.00
9, Maj. Sam. Mahon,

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9, Lieut. J. Everts,

3.00 9. Col. E. W. Rice, 9, Surg. A. E. Heighway, 1,00 9, Lieut.-Col. J. F. Howe, 1.00 9, Capt. A. S. Stewart, 2.00 9, Capt. W. H. Stewart, 1.00 9, Lieut.-Col. A. Jacobson, 1.00 9, Lieut. Davey Clough, 7.00 9, Capt. J. E. White, 6.00 9, Lieut. J. R. Dunlap, 9, Capt. L. G. Randall, 6.00 9, Adjt. B.W. Underwood, 1.00 9, Capt. J. C. Neely, 9, Col. R. N. Pearson, 9, Maj.-G. Sch. Hamilton, 1.00 9, Capt. 0. C. Lademan, 9, Maj. W. E. Ware,

5.00 9, Maj. Geo. Mason, 9, Lt. Col. Tas, Stockton, 9, B.-G. J. A. Williamson, 1 00 9, Capt. Wm. Zickerick,

3.00 9, Maj. W. L. B. Jenney, 6.00 9, Brig.-Gen. A. C. Ducat, 6.00 9, Capt. Martin Beem, 9, Lieut. Frank C. Wilson, 6.00 9, Brig.-G. R. J. Oglesby, 6.00 9, Col. B. Hancock, 6.00 9, Capt. P. McGrath,

3.00 9, Lieut. F. P. Fisher, 9, Lt.-Col. Jos. B. Leake, 6.00 9, Brig.-G. R. W. Smith, 6.00 9, Gen. A. L. Chetlain, 9, B.-G. Willard Warner, 2.00 9, Capt. F. H. Marsh, 9, Capt. Jno. B. Colton, 9, Surg. O. W. Nixon,

4.00 9, Col. T. J. Kinney, 9, Brig.-G. G. M. Dodge, 1.00

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1885. Sept. 9, Surg. G. W. Rohr, 3.00 Sept. 1o, Capt. B. Essroger, 17.00 9, Col. J. H. Elliott, 1.00

Io, Col. W. L. Barnum, 2.00 9, Brig-Gen. Ezra Taylor, 1.00 10, Lt.-Col. J. W. Barlow, 1.00 9, Lieut. H. S. Carroll,

10, Col. Thos. Reynolds, 9, Lieut.-Col. Ad. Ware,

Io, Col. W. B. Keeler, 9, Capt. I. B. Potts,

10, Capt. S. W. Crawford, 20.00 10, Brig.-G. C.C. Walcutt, 1.00 10, Capt. Geo. Hunt, 6.00 10, Lieut. James Oates,

10, Lt.-Col. F. D. Grant, 7.00 1o, Capt. A. G. Gault,

10, B.-G. Green B. Raum, 3.00 10, Maj. J. M. Watts, 4.00 10, Col. J. S. Wilcox, 2.00 10, Lieut. T. W. Letton,

16, eut. R. H. Mann,

3.00 10, Surg. G. M. Staples,

16, Gen. R. P. Buckland, 2.00 1o, Lt. Matt. W. Borland, 20.00 16, Maj. Frank F. Peats,

5.00 10, Capt. Oscar Ludwig, 20.00

16, Lieut. C. Gladding, 4.00 10, Brig.-G. J. M. Hedrick, 6.00 16, Capt. W. S. Burns, 2.00 10, Lt.-Col. C. Cadle, Jr.,

16, Lieut. J. T. Moss, 2.00

. 10, Brig.-G. Saml. Fallows, 1.00 16, Capt. Ed. L. Baker, 10, Brg.-G. Wm. E. Strong, 1.00 23, Gen. John W. Fuller, Io, Col. W. F. Vilas. 6.00 Oct. 28, Maj. F. C. Nichols, 10, Col. Geo. G. Pride, 3.00 Dec. 3, Lt. H. O. Perry, 35.00 10, Capt. C. R. E. Koch,

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The President next requested of the Treasurer his report, and General Force presented and read as follows:

TREASURER'S REPORT

CHICAGO, ILL., September 8, 1885.

PERMANENT FUND.

At the date of the last annual report, the Permanent Fund comprised $10,000 of government bonds and $1,042.14 in cash. Since that date this fund has received from the Recording Secretary, $106; from interest on bonds, $400, and received through Captain Peter Hitchcock, from the Local Committee that had charge of the reunion at Cleveland, a balance of contributions over expenses remaining in their hands of $100. This donation from the members living in Cleveland was sent in time to be noted in the report to the last meeting, but owing to my absence to Ohio, it did not reach me till after the meeting.

The Permanent Fund now consists of $10,000 of registered four per cent. government bonds, and $1,648.14 cash.

GENERAL FUND,

At the date of the last report, there was in the General Fund a government bond for $1,000, but its cash had been overdrawn $153.64.

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