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COMPONENT PARTS OF A TROOP AND COMPANY.

Regt. & Corps.

First Lieutenants.
Second Lieutenants.
Third Lieutenants.
Quartermast. Serjt.
Captains.
Ensigns.
Serjeants.
Corporals.
Curnet.
Musicians.
Sword Master.
Artificers.
lluing Master.
Farriers.
Saddlers.
Blacksmith.
Drivers.
Privates.

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Two regiments form a brigade, to be commanded by a brigadier-general, to whom will be attached one aid-de-camp and one brigade-major. Two brigades form a division, to be commanded by a major-general, with two aids-de-camp; and when he commands an army, one adjutant-general, one inspector-general, one quarter-master-general, two assistant-adjutant-generals, two assistant-inspector-generals, one deputy-quarter-master-general and four assistants, one topographical engineer and one assistant; besides a chief of each department, as many assistants may be allowed as there are brigades in each separate army.

PAY, SUBSISTENCE, AND FOR AGE OF THE ARMY AT THE PEACE, IN 1815.

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RANK OR GRADE.

Pay per month.

Forage by num-
ber of horses.

Subsistence or
rations per day.

REMARKS.

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50

4 3

Per year from 1 Jan. 1814. In add. to comp. in line.

Do. do. do.
To be taken from priv. life.

Do. do. do.
In add. to comp. in line.

Do. do. do.

3 1 2 2 1 1 2 1

Adjutant general,

890 Assistant do. do.

60 Inspector general,

75 Assistant do. do.

60 Quarte-rmaster general, 75 Deputy do. do. do.

60 Assistant dep. do. do. 40 Topograph'l engineer, 60 Assistant do. do.

40 Paymaster of army, 12000 Dep. paymaster gen. Assistant do. do.

30 District paymaster,

50 Assistant Paymaster, 40 Regimental paymaster, *) 10 Do. Adjutant,

10 Principal wagon mast. 40 Wagon master,

30 Principal forage mast. 40 Assistant do. do. Conductor of artillery, 30 Principal barrack mast. 40 Deputy barrack master, 30 Superintendant of artificers,

45 Assistant do.

30 Master artificers,

30 Artificers of the corps of

16 Special commissary of purchases,

60 Commissary general of ordinance,

75 Assistant do, do.

50 Deputy commissary of ordinance,

40 Assistant do. do. do. 30 Wheelrights, carriage

makers and black
smiths,

16 Labourers,

9 Commissary general, Superintendant,

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1

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* Paymasters of the corps of artillery, same pay as regimental pay. masters.

RANK OR GRADE.

Pay per month

Forage by number of horses.

Subsistence or rations per day.

REMARKS.

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Physician and surgeon

general, Apothecary general, Hospital surgeon,

$75 Hospital surgeon's mate, 40 Hospital stewards,

20 Ward masters,

16 Surgeons,

60 Surgeon's mates,

45 Professor of natural and

experimental philoso-
phy,

60 Assistant do. do.

40 Professor of Mathematica,

50 Assistant do. do.

40 Professor of the art of engineering,

50 Assistant do. do.

40 Teacher of the French language,

40 Teacher of drawing, 40 Cadet,

16 Col. (except of cavalry), 75 Lt. col. do. do. 60 Maj. (except cavalry), 50 Capt. (except cavalry), 40 First lieut do. do. 30 Second lieut. do. do. 25 Third lieut. do. do. 23 Ensign,

20 Serjeant-major,

12 Quar. mast. serjeant, 12 Serjeant,

11 Principal musician, 11 Corporal,

10 Musician,

9 Private, driver, bomba

dier, matross, sapper,
and miner,

8 Artificer, saddler, farrier

and blacksmith, not attached to the quartermaster-general's and ordinance department, 13

4 3 3

And forage for the

light artillery, when mounted, the same as for light dragoons.

W WWW WA UT NOW W Annual suits of clothing and rations receivable in kind only.

Pay during the conti.

nuance of the present war.

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Colonel of cavalry, $90
Lt. colonel do.
Major do. 60
Captain do. 50
First lieut. do. 33 33 1-3
Becond lieut. do. 33 33 1-3
Third lieut. do. 30
Cornet

do.

26 66 2-3
Riding-master do. 26 66 2-3
Mast. of sword do. 26 66 2-3
Lt. col. of artillery, 75
Major of artillery, 60
Captain do. 50
First lieut. do. 33 33 1-3
Second lieut. do. 33 33 1-3
Third lieut. do. 30
Col. light artillery, 90
Lieut. colonel do. 75
Major

do. 60 Captain

do. 50
First lieut. do. 33 33 1-3
Second lieut. do. 33 33 1-3
Third lieut. do. 30
Non-commissioned

i dol. per officers and pri- day each; 75

cts. per day, vates of the com

without horpanics of rangers,

Women (in the proportion of 1 to every 17 men,) a ration in kind, also to matrons and nurses allowed in hospitala.

NOTE.---Though forage may be allowed for the number of horses noted, get money in lieu thereof cannot. A distinction should therefore be drawn, say forage money for one borse only, to all those of the staff, who have not been entitled, heretofore, to more than ten dollars per month. The brigade major, aid to a brigadier, and adjutant, are expressly limited to that. The allowance of forage in kind, hay, oats, and corn, may be made to as many horses in actual service as the War department directs.

PRESENT PEACE ESTABLISHMENT, UNDER THE ACTS OF MARCH, 3, 1815,

AND APRIL 24, 1816-TEN THOUSAND.

Remarks.

Names and Rank.

Date of appointment.

Brevet and for

mer commis-
sions.

maj gen

1

do

Jacob Brown,

24 Jan 14

Division of the N Andrew Jackson, do

1 May

Division of the S Alexander Macomb, brig gen 24 Jan

11 Sep

14

MG byt Detroit, ND Edmund P. Gaines, do 9 Mar

15 Aug

14

MG by Augusta, SD Winfield Scott,

do 9 do 125 July 14

MG byt New York, ND Eleazer W. Ripley, do 15 Apr 25 July 14

MG byt New Orleans, SD Daniel Parker, adj and ins gen 22 Nov Br Gen byt Vashington city Robert Butler,

adj gen 5 Mar

Colonel byt s Division Charles K. Gardner, do

112 Apr

do

N Division
Arthur P. Hayne,

ins
ger
12 do

do

S Division John E. Wool,

do 29 do

do

N Division Charles J. Nourse, ass adj gen 14 Sep Major byt General Scott Clinton Wright,

do 29 Apr 16 do General Gaines R. M. Kirby,

do 29 do

do General Ripley Perrin Willis,

3 do 171 do General Macomb G. H. Manigault, ass ins gen 9 Sep 14 do

General Scott John M. Davis, do 1 Oct do

General Gaines Francis S. Belton, do

18 do

do General Macomb Wm. M‘Donald,

do 29 Apr 16 do General Ripley John Anderson,

top eng 12 do
13 do

N Division
Isaac Roberdeau, do

29 do

do

N Division John J. Abert,

22 Nov 14 do N Division James Kearney, do 29 Apr 16

S Division Stephen H. Long, do 29 do

do

S Division
Paul H. Perrault, do 17 Feb 17 do

S Division
Hugh Young, ass top eng 19 Feb 17
William T. Poussin, do 6 Mar 17
James R. Mullany, qr mas gen. 29 do Colonel byt N Division
George Gibson,

do
29 do

do S Division C. Vandeventer, dp qr mas gen 26 Mar 13 Major bvt s Division William Linnard, do 12 Apr

do

N Division Mark Hardin, ass dep qr mas 29 Apr 16 Capt byt S Division William L. Robeson,

do 30 Aug

do

S Division Thomas Tupper,

do 15 Nov

do N Division

do

do

Ordnance Department.
Decius Wadsworth, colonel 2 July 12 Colonel bot OfficeWashington
George Bomford, lieut col 9 Feb 15 Lt col bvt

22 Dec 141 A. R. Wooley,

major 9 do Major byt James Dalaby,

do 9 do

do John Morton, captain 11 Sep 12 Capt brevet George Talcott, jr. do 5 Aug 131 do

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