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OFFICERS ARMY TRANSPORT SERVICE, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.

18th Inf.; recruits for 1st Battalion, 18th Inf.; Detachment U. S. V. Signal Corps; Company A, Engineer Battalion, U. S. A.; detachment Company H, North Dakota Volunteer Inf.; Hospital Corps making a total of 36 officers, 914 men and 20 civilians.

Morgan City left San Francisco June 27, 1898, and arrived at Manila July 31, 1898, carrying the following officers and men: 1st and 2d Battalions, 1st Idaho Inf., U. S. V.; privates, 1st Nebraska Volunteer Inf.; Detachment Signal Corps; Detachment Hospital Corps, making a total of 32 officers and 677 men.

Ohio left San Francisco June 27, 1898, and arrived at Manila July 31, 1898, carrying the following officers and men: Headquarters band and Companies Cand F, 18th Inf.; recruits for 1st Battalion, 18th Inf.; Batteries G and L, 3d Art; 1st Battalion, 1st Wyoming Inf., U. S. V.; Detachment Signal Corps; Detachment Hospital Corps, making a total of 24 officers and 886 men.

Valencia left San Francisco June 28, 1898, and arrived at Manila July 31, 1898, carrying the following officers and men : 1st and 2d Battalion, 1st North Dakota Inf., U. S. V.; Detachment Signal Corps; Detachment Hospital Corps, making a total of 29 officers and 606 men.

City of Para left San Francisco June 27, 1898, and arrived at Manila, June 31, 1898, carrying the following officers and men: Forty-four officers, 963 men; 13th Regiment, Minnesota Inf., U. S. V.; Detachment Signal Corps, 2; Detachment Hospital Corps, 16, making a total of 44 officers and 981 men.

FOURTH EXPEDITION-172 Officers, 4720 Men and 17 Civilians.

Peru left San Francisco July 15, 1898, and arrived at Manila August 21, 1898, carrying the following officers and men: Major-General Elwell S. Otis, U. S. V.; Thomas H. Barry, Lieutenant-Colonel, Assistant Adjutant-General, U. S. V.; Fred W. Sladen, Ist Lieut., 4th Inf., Aide-de-Camp; Capt. C. H. Murray, 4th Cav., Aide-de-Camp; R. P. Hughes, BrigadierGeneral, Inspector-General, U. S. V.; J. S. Mallory, Maj., Inspector-General, U. S. V.; Charles McClure, Capt., 18th Inf., Judge-Advocate. Attached: G. P. Scriven, Maj., Sergeant-Quartermaster, U. S. V.; P. B. Strong, Capt., Assistant Adjutant-General, U. S. V.; C. du P. Coudert, Capt., Chief Surgeon, U. S. V.; C. A. Devol, Capt., Assistant Quartermaster, l'. S. A.; G. H. Richardson, A. S. S., U. S. A.; Clarence W. Quinan, A. S. S., U. S. A.; C. M. McQuestin, A. S. S., U.S. A.; 9 civilians; Troops C, I, K, L, E and G, 4th Cav., Batteries D and G, 6th Art ; detachment 3d Art ; Engineer Corps, attached to 3d Art.; 13th Minnesota, attached to 3d Art.; Detachment Signal Corps; Detachment Hospital Corps, making a total of 34 officers, 916 men and 9 civilians.

Puebla left San Francisco July 15, 1898, and arrived at Manila August 21, 1898, carrying the following officers and men: S. O. L. Potter, Maj., Brigade Surgeon, U. S. V.; H. C. Cabell, Capt., Assistant Adjutant-General, U. S. V.; S. B. Bootes, Capt., Chief Surgeon, U. S. V.; P. S. Kellogg, Assistant Adjutant-General, U. S. A.; C. C Pierce, Chaplain, U. S. A.; Franklin M. Kemp, 1st Lieut., Assistant Surgeon, U. S. A.; Non-Commissioned Staff, 14th luf.; General Staff, Naval Engineer Officers, 10; Companies G, I, K, L and M, 14th Inf.; recruits of 14th Inf., detachment 23d Inf.; United States Signal Corps, 1st California Volunteers; Ist Wyoming Volunteers, making a total of 16 officers and 822 men.

Pennsylvania left San Francisco July 18, 1898, and arrived at Manila August 24, 1898, carrying the following officers and men: John D. Merit, Maj., Additional Paymaster, V. S. V.; G. Tilley, Lieut., U. S. V., Signal Corps. Attached: 14th Inf.; 1st Regiment Montana Inf., U. S. V.; recruits, 1st California Volunteer Inf.; Hospital Corps, making a total of 51 officers and 1274 men

Rio de Janeiro left San Francisco July 23, 1893, and arrived at Manila August 24, 1898, carrying the following officers and men: Brigadier-General H. G. Otis, U. S. V.; George F. Shields, Maj., Brigade Surgeon, U. S. V.; Edward Murphy, 2d Capt., Assistant AdjutantGeneral, U. S. V.; A. W. Kimball, Capt., Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. V.; Seth M. Miliken, Capt., Chief Surgeon, U. S. V.; L. P. Sanders, 1st Lieut., 1st Montana, Aide-de-Camp to Brigadier-General Otis; Charles W. Whipple, Lieutenant-Colonel, Inspector-General, U. S. V.; A. W. Bradbury, 2d Lieut., 1st California, Aide-de-Camp to Brigadier-General Otis; S. W. Belford, Capt., Assistant Adjutant-General, U. S. V.; 2d and 3d Battalions, 1st South Dakota Volunteer Inf.; recruits, Utah Light Artillery Volunteers; band of 1st Battalion, 1st South Dakota Volunteer Inf.; Detachment Volunteer Signal Corps; Detachment Hospital Corps; Ordnance Department, U. S. A.; 1st Montana Inf.; 1 Red Cross steward; 8 civilian clerks, making a total of 46 officers and 820 men.

St. Paul left San Francisco July 29, 1898, and arrived at Manila August 31, 1893, carrying the following officers and men: J. G. Blaine, Capt., Assistant Adjutant-General, U. S. V.; Lee Linn, Capt., Chief Surgeon, U. S. V; Raymund Sulzer, Capt., Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. V.; C. C. Walcutt, Capt., Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. V. (from Honolulu). Attached: 1st Battalion, 1st South Dakota Volunteer Inf.; recruits for the 13th Minnesota Volunteers; recruits for 1st Colorado Volunteers; Detachment U. S. V. Signal Corps; Detachment of Hospital Corps, making a total of 25 officers and 788 men.

Scandia left San Francisco August 27, 1898, and arrived at Manila October 2, 1898, carrying the following officers and men: William A. Kobbe, Maj., 3d Art.; W. 0. Owen, Maj., Brigade Surgeon, U. S. V.; H. Pahe, 1st Lieut., U. S. A.; E. K. Johnstone, Acting Assistant Surgeon, U. S. A.; H. du R. Phelan, Acting Assistant Surgeon, U. S. A.; William B. Schofield, Additional Paymaster, U. S. V.; M. F. Sheary, Additional Paymaster, U. S. V.; T. Sternberg, Additional Paymaster, U. S. V.; E. A. Wedgwood, 1st Lieut., Battery B, Utah Volunteer Art.; N. T. Messer, Capt., Acting Chief Surgeon, U. S. V., Acting Assistant Quartermaster; 4 civians; Detachment Hospital Corps ; detachment 1st Montana ; detachment California Volunteer Heavy Artillery. Attached: CommissarySergeant, U. S. A.; Red Cross nurses, male, making a total of 11 officers and 166 men.

FIFTH EXPEDITION—233 Officers and 6258 Men.

Senator left San Francisco October 17, 1898, and arrived at Manila November 21, 1898, carrying the following officers and men : Companies A, I, K and M, 23d Inf.; detachment 14th United States Inf.; detachment 18th United States Inf.; detachment Battery D, California Heavy Artillery Volunteers; recruits for 2d Oregon Volunteer Inf.; 10th Pennsylvania Volunteer Inf.; 1st South Dakota Volunteer Inf.; 1st Montana Volunteer Inf.; lst Nebraska Volunteer Inf.; 13th Minnesota Volunteer Inf.; 20th Kansas Volunteer Inf.; 1st Tennessee Volunteer Inf.; U. S. V. Signal Corps; Acting Assistant Surgeons, U. S. A.; Hospital Corps, U. S. A., making a total of 20 officers and 747 men.

Valencia left San Francisco October 17, 1898, and arrived at Manila November 22, 1898, carrying the following officers and men: Companies F, G, I and L, 1st Washington Volunteer Inf.; Batteries A and D, California Heavy Artillery Volunteers; Commissary Sergeant, U. S. A.; Acting Assistant Surgeon, U. S. A.; Hospital Corps, U. S. A., making a total of 18 officers and 491 men.

Arizona left Honolulu November 10, 1898, and arrived at Manila November 25, 1898, carrying the following officers and men: Brigadier-General Charles King, U. S. V.; 2d Lieut. Henry M. Meriam, 3d Art., Aide-de-Camp; 2d Lieut. James R. Goodale, 1st New York Inf. Volunteers, Aide-de-Camp; Maj. E. R. Morris, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. V.; Capt. J. B. Handy, Chief Surgeon, U. S. V., Chief Commissary; Companies I, K, L and M, and recruits, 18th United States Inf.; recruits, 1st Nebraska Inf., U. S. V.; recruits, 1st Colorado Inf., U. S. V.; recruits, 10th Pennsylvania Inf., U. S. V.; Acting Assistant Surgeon, U. S. A.; Hospital Corps, U. S. A., making a total of 18 officers and 1006 men.

Ohio left San Francisco October 28, 1898, and arrived at Manila November 26, 1898, carrying the following officers and men: Headquarters and Companies A, B, C, D, E, H, K and M, 1st Washington Inf., U. S. V; detachment California Heavy Artillery, U. S. V.; 4th United States Cav.; 23d United States Inf.; 2d Oregon Inf., U. S. V.; 1st Montana Inf., U. S. V.; Hospital Corps, U. S. A., making a total of 27 officers and 759 men.

Zealandia left San Francisco October 30, 1898, and arrived at Manila November 28, 1898, carrying the following officers and men: Headquarters and Companies A, B, C, E, F, L and M, 1st Tennessee Inf; U.S. V.; 23d United States Inf.; 13th Minnesota U. S. V.; Hospital Corps, U. S. A., making a total of 25 officers and 534 men.

Indiana lest San Francisco October 27, 1898, and arrived at Manila November 30, 1898, carrying the following officers and men: Headquarters and Companies C, D, E, G, H, I, K, and M, 25th Kansas Volunteer Inf.; Hospital Corps, U. S. A., making a total of 30 officers and 717 men.

City of Puebla left San Francisco November 6, 1898, and arrived at Manila December 6, 1898, carrying the following officers and men: Companies D, G, H, I and K, 1st Tennessee Volunteer Inf.; Troop A, Nevada Cav., U. S. V.; detachment California Heavy Artillery, U. S. V.; 2d Oregon Inf., U. S. V.; Ist Tennessee Inf, U. S. V.; 23d Inf.; 18th Inf.; Bat. tery D, 6th United States Art.; Commissary Sergeant, U. S. A.; 13th Minnesota Inf., U. S. V.; Hospital Corps, U. S. A., making a total of 24 officers and 572 men.

Newport left San Francisco November 8, 1893, and arrived at Manila December 7, 1898, carrying the following officers and men: Brigadier-General M. P. Miller, U. S. V.; 1st Lieut. C. G. Woodward, 3d United States Art., Aide-de-Camp; 1st Lieut. M. K Barroll, 3d United States Art., Aide-de-Camp; Capt. John B. Jeffrey, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. V., Chief Quartermaster; Capt. Daniel Van Voorhies, Chief Surgeon, U.S. V., Chief Commissary; Companies A, B, F and L, 26th Kansas Inf., U. S. V.; Light Battery A, Wyoming Art., U. S. V. Attached: Acting Assistant Surgeon, U. S. A.; Hospital Corps, U. S. A.; California Heavy Artillery, U. S. V.; 1st Washington Inf., U. S. V.; 23d United States Inf.; Commissary Sergeants U. S. A.; making a total of 24 officers and 466 men.

Pennsylvania left San Francisco November 3, 1898, and arrived at Manila December 7, 198, carrying the following officers and men: 51st Iowa Inf., U. S. V.; 14th United States Inf.; 18th United States Inf.; 2d Oregon Inf., U. S. V.; 1st Colorado Inf., U. S. V.; 20th Kansas Inf., U. S. V.; 1st Nebraska Inf., U. S. V.; Hospital Corps, U. S. A., making a total of 47 officers and 964 men.

SIXTH EXPEDITION—-9 Officers, 2505 Men and 3 Civilians.

Scandia left San Francisco January 26, 1899, and arrived at Manila February 23, 1899, carrying the following officers and men: Brigadier-General Loyd Wheaton, U. S. V.; Maj. C. E. Stanton, Additional Paymaster, U. S. V.; Acting Assistant Surgeon W. R. Van Tuyl, U. S. A.; Acting Assistant Surgeon T. M. McCullom, U. S. A.; Acting Assistant Surgeon B. L. Johnson, U.S. A.; 4th United States Cav.; 14th United States Inf.; Hospital Corps, U. S. A.; 51st Iowa Volunteer Inf.; 20th United States Inf., making a total of 34 officers, 1193 men and 3 civilian clerks.

Tacoma, sailing ship, (supplies,) left Honolulu January 21, 1899, and arrived at Manila March 1, 1899, carrying the following officers and men: Acting Assistant Surgeon C. Y. Brownlee, U. S. A.; 4th United Stated Cav.; Ist Washington Volunteer Inf., making a total of 2 officers, 28 men, 19 civilians, also 81 cavalry horses and 119 mules.

Morgan City, (supplies,) left San Francisco January 26, 1899, and arrived at Manila March 2, 1899, carrying the following officers and men: 1st Lieut. W. J. Kirkpatrick, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. A.; Hospital Corps; 20th United States Inf., making a total of 5 officers and 7 men.

Senator left San Francisco February 1, 1889, and arrived at Manila March 4, 1899, carrying the following officers and men: Capt. J. S. Kulp, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. A.; Acting Assistant Surgeon, I. W. Brewer, U. S. A.; Capt. E. H. Fitzgerald, Chaplain, U. S. A.; Hospital Corps, U. S. A.; 22d United States Inf., Headquarters and Companies A, B, D, H, K and M, making a total of 18 officers and 602 men.

Ohio left San Francisco February 1, 1899, and arrived at Manila March 5, 1899, carrying the following officers and men: 1st Lieut. R. P. Strong, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. A.; C. N. Andrews, Acting Assistant Surgeon, U. S. A.; 4th U. S. Cav.; 10th United States Inf.; 3d United States Art. (recruits); 6th United States Art. (recruits ; 11th United States Inf. (recruits); 18th United States Inf. (recruits); 23d United States Inf. (recruits); Höspital Corps, U. S, A.; 22d United States Inf., Companies C, E, F, G, I and L, making a total of 17 officers and 710 men.

Grant left New York January 19, 1899, and arrived at Manila, via Suez Canal, March 10, 1899, carrying the following officers and men: Major-General H. W. Lawton, U. S. V.; Maj. C. R. Edwards, Assistant Adjutant-General, U. S. V.; Maj. C. G. Starr, Inspector-General, U. S. V.; Capt. R. Sewell, Assistant Adjutant-General, U. S. V., Aide-de-Camp to General Lawton; 1st Lieut. W. Brookes, 4th United States Inf., Aide-de-Camp to General Lawton; 2d Lieut. E. L. King, 8th United States Cav., Aide-de-Camp to General Lawton; Brigadier-General R. H. Hall, U. S. V., commanding 4th United States Inf.; Capt. E. Reichman, Assistant Adjutant-General U. S. V., commanding Company G, 17th Inf.; Capt. G. de Shon, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. A.; Acting Assistant Surgeon P. M. Ashburn, U. S. A.; Acting Assistant Surgeon A. C. Ghiselia, U. S. A.; Acting Assistant Surgeon L. F. Hess, U. S. A.; 14th United States Inf.; 18th United States Inf.; 23d United States Inf.; Signal Corps, U. S. A.; Hospital Corps, U. S. A.; 4th United States Inf.; 17th United States Inf., making a total of 53 officers, 1688 men and 4 civilian clerks.

Sherman left New York February 3, 1899, and arrived at Manila, via Suez Canal, March 22, 1899, carrying the following officers and men: Capt. J. D. Poindescter, Assistant Sur, eon, U. S. A.; 1st Lieut. R. B. Westnedge, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. A.; Acting Assistant Surgeon G. S. Pitcher, U. S. A.; Acting Assistant Surgeon J. B. Darling, U. S. A.; Acting Assistant Surgeon F. B. Bowman, U. S. A.; Acting Assistant Surgeon A. B. Smith, U. S. A.; Capt. P. J. Hart, Chaplain, U. S. A.; Hospital Corps, U. S. A.; 3d United Stated Inf.; 17th United States Inf., making a total of 39 officers, 1689 men and 1 civilian clerk.

Sheridan left New York February 19, 1899, and arrived at Manila, via Suez Canal, April 14, 1899, carrying the following officers and men: Capt. F. A. Winter, As-istant Surgeon, V. S. A.; 1st Lieut. E. W. Pinkham, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. A.; Acting Assistant Surgeon 0. C. Heise, U S. A.; Acting Assistant Surgeon T. L. Lowe, 12th United States Inf.; 17th United States Inf., Headquarters and Companies A, C, E and F; 3d United States Inf.; 4th United States Inf.; 14th United States Inf.; 18th United States Inf.; 20th United States Inf.; ?2d United States Inf.; Hospital Corps, making a total of 57 officers and 1786 men.

Roanoke, (supplies,) left San Francisco February 26, 1899 and arrived at Manila March 29, 1899, carrying the following officers and men: Lieutenant-Colonel J. D. Miley, InspectorGeneral, U. S. V.; Acting Assistant Surgeon S. F. Fraser, U. S. A.; 14th United States Inf.; 20th United States Inf.; 22d United States Inf.; 23d United States Inf.; Hospital Corps, making a total of 3 officers, 100 men and I civilian clerk.

Portland, (supply ship,) left San Francisco March 2, 1899, and arrived at Manila April 10, 1899, carrying the following officers and men: Capt. J. A. Logan, Jr., Chief Surgeon, U. S. V.; Acting Assistant Surgeon T. A. McCulloch, U. S. A.; 2d United States Inf.; 14th United States Inf.; 18th United States Inf.; 22d United States Inf.; 23d United States Inf.; 3d United States Art.; Hospital Corps, making a total of 11 officers and 95 men.

Connemaugh (supply ship,) left San Francisco March 11, 1899, and arrived at Manila April 20, 1899, carrying the following officers and men : Capt. E. R. Butler, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. V.; Hospital Corps, U. S. A., making a total of 1 officer, 2 men; and also 1 civilian clerk, 32 civilian teamsters and 28+ mules.

City of Puebla left San Francisco March 24, 1899, and arrived at Manila April 23, 1899, carrying the following officers and men: 9th United States Inf., Headquarters and Companies A, F, G, I, L and M; Hospital Corps, making a total of 14 officers and 680 men.

Zealandia left San Francisco March 28, 1899, and arrived at Manila April 27, 1899, carrying the following officers and men : Acting Assistant Surgeon H. W. Elliott, U. S. A.; 9th United States Inf., Companies B, C, D, E, H and K; Hospital Corps, making a total of 12 officers and 524 men.

Nelson (supply ship,) left San Francisco March 30, 1899, and arrived at Manila May 2, 1899, carrying the following officers and men: Acting Assistant Surgeon S. Wythe, U. S. A.; 18th United States Inf.; 3d United States Inf.; 6th United States Art.; Signal Corps; Hospital Corps; General Staff, making a total of 2 officers and 60 men.

Hancock (formerly Arizona) left San Francisco April 18, 1899, and arrived at Manila May 11, 1899, carrying the following officers and men: Maj. W. P. Kendall, Surgeon, U. S. V.; lst Lieut. H. E. Wetherill, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. A.; Acting Assistant Surgeon J. H. Hepburn, U. S. A.; Acting Assistant Surgeon C. M. Drake, U. S. A.; 21st United States Inf., 9th United

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