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No. 194.

WASHINGTON, December 27, 1904. I--Under the provisions of paragraph 198, Army Regulations, names of seacoast batteries are announced as follows:

ON THE FORT WILLIAMS, MAINE, MILITARY RESERVATION. Battery Erasmus Keyes, in honor of Major General Erasmus D. Keyes, U.S. Volunteers (colonel, 11th U.S. Infantry), who served with distinction during the civil war, and who died October 14, 1895.

ON THE FORT PREBLE, MAINE, MILITARY RESERVATION.

Battery Philip Jason, in honor of Ist Lieutenant Philip D. Jason, 1st U. S. Artillery, who died July 18, 1864, of wounds received in action at Trevillian Station. Virginia, June 11, 1864.

Battery John Rirardi, in honor of Major John J. l. Ricardi, Ist Artillerists and Engineers, who served from 1795 to 1802, and who died January 4, 1808.

ON THE COW ISLAND (FORT LYON), MAINE, MILITARY RESERVATION.

Battery George Bayarıl, in honor of Brigadier General George D. Bayard, U. S. Volunteers (captain, 4th U. S. Cavalry), who died December 14, 1862, of wounds received in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia. December 13, 1862.

ON THE FORT CONSTITUTION, NEW HAMPSHIRE, MILITARY RESERVATION.

Battery Elon Farnsworth, in honor of Brigadier General Elon J. Farnsworth, C. S. Volunteers, who was killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 3, 1863.

Ballery Pleasant Hackleman, in honor of Brigadier General Pleasant A. Hackleman, U. S. Volunteers, who was killed in action at ('orinth, Mississippi, October 3, 1862.

ON THE FORT STARK, NEW HAMPSHIRE, MILITARY RESERVATION. Battery Alexander Hays, in honor of Brevet Major General Alerander Ilays, U. S. Volunteers (captain, 16th U. S. Infantry), who was killed in action at the Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864.

Battery Edward Kirk, in honor of Brigadier General Edward N. Kirk, U. S. Volunteers, who died July 29, 1863, of wounds received in action at Stone River, Tennessee. December 31, 1862.

Battery Darid Hunter, in honor of Major General Darid Ilunter. U. S. Volunteers (colonel, 6th U. S. Cavalry), who served with distinction during the civil war, and who died February 2, 1886.

Battery William Lytle, in honor of Brigadier General William H. Lytle, U.S. Volunteers, who died September 20, 1863. of wounds received in action at Chickamauga, Georgia, September 19. 1863.

ON THE FORT FOSTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE, MILITARY RESERVATION. Battery IIenry Bohlen, in honor of Brigadier General Henry Bohlen, U. S. Volunteers, who was killed in action at Freemans Ford, Virginia, August 22, 1862.

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Battery Eduard (hapin, in honor of Brigadier General Eduard P. Marie t. S. Volunteers, who was killed in action at Port Hudson, Louisiana, May 27, 1863.

ON THE FORT ANDREWS, MASSACHUSETTS, MILITARY RESERVATION,

Battery Daniel McCook, in honor of Brigadier General Daniel McCook. V. S. Volunteers, who died July 17, 1864, of wounds received in action at Kenesaw Mountain, Georgia, June 27, 1864.

Battery James Rice, in honor of Brigadier General James C. Pice, L. S. Volunteers, who was killed in action at Laurel Hill, Virginia, Maş il 1864.

Battery Eduard Bumpus, in honor of 1st Lieutenant Eduard A. Bemuti, 9th V. S. Infantry, who was killed in action at Balangiga, Island of Sazar. Philippine Islands, September 28, 1901.

ON THE FORT REVERE, MASSACHUSETTS, MILITARY RESERVATIOS. Battery William Sanders, in honor of Brigadier General William ? Sanders, ('. S. Volunteers (captain, 6th V. S. Cavalry), who died Norenber 19, 1863. of wounds received in action at Knoxville, Tennessee, Norett ber 16, 1863.

ON THE FORT STRONG, MASSACHTSETTS, MILITARY RESERVATION, Battery Thomas Smyth, in honor of Brevet Major General Thonde ... Smyth, C. S. Volunteers (brigadier general, U. S. Volunteers), who died April 3, 1865, of wounds received in action at Farmville, Virginia. April 7, 1865.

Battery Isaac Sterens, in honor of Major General Isaac I. Sterena. T.S Volunteers (1st lieutenant. Corps of Engineers), who served with do tinction during the war with Mexico and who was killed in action of Chantilly, Virginia, September 1, 1862.

Battery George Taylor, in honor of Brigadier General George W. Tople V. S. Volunteers, who died August 31, 1862, of wounds received in action at Bull Run, Virginia, August 27, 1862.

ON THE FORT BANKS, MASSACHUSETTS, MILITARY RESERVATION Battery Benjamin Lincoln, in honor of Major General Benjamin Lincoln Continental Army. who twice received the thanks of Congress for services during the Revolutionary war and who was the first Secretary & Warof the Continental Government from October 30, 1781, to November 1783, and who died May 9, 1810. ON THE FORT STANDISH, MASSACHUSETTS, MILITARY RESERVATION

Battery Henry Burbeck, in honor of Brevet Brigadier General llenry Der beck, C. S. Army (colonel of artillerists, L'. S. Army), who served with a tinction during the Revolutionary war and the war of 1819, and who disk October 2, 1818.

Battery William Meir, in honor of Ist Lieutenant William B. Weir, onde nance Department, who was killed in action with the Ute Indians stat White River Agency, ('olorado, October 20, 1879.

Battery William Terrill, in honor of Brigadier General William R. Termine l'. S. Volunteers (captain, 5th U. S. Artillery), who was killed in actions Perryville, Kentucky, October 8, 1862.

Battery Strong l'incent, in honor of Brigadier Genera 1 Strong Vincent, C.

anteers, who died July 7, 1863, of wounds received in action at Gettys%, Pennsylvania, July 3, 1863. ultery Amiel Whipple, in honor of Major General .Amiel W. Whipple, U. S. anteers (major, Corps of Engineers), who died May 7, 1863, of wounds ived in action at Chancellorsville, Virginia. May 4. 1863. ittery Thomas Williams, in honor of Brigadier General Thomas Williams, • Volunteers (major, 5th U. S. Artillery), who served with distinction og the warwith Mexico, and who was killed in defense of Baton Rouge, siana, August 5, 1862.

THE FORT WETH ERILL, RHODE ISLAND, MILITARY RESERVATION. ttery Frank Wheaton, in honor of Major General Frank Wheaton, U. S. 9. who served with distinction during the civil war, and who died 18. 1903. téry Samuel Zook, in honor of Brevet Major General Samuel K. Zook. Volunteers (brigadier general, U. S. Volunteers), who died July 3, of wounds received in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2,

N THE FORT GETTY, RHODE ISLAND, MILITARY RESERVATION

tery.James House, in honor of Brevet Brigadier General James House, Army (colonel, ist U. S. Artillery), who served from 1799 to 1831, and ied November 17, 1834. 'ery Leri Whiting, in honor of Lieutenant Colonel Leci Whiting, ist Artillery, who served from 1812 to 1852, and who died August 3, 1852.

THE FORT ADAMS, RHODE ISLAND, MILITARY RESERVATION. ery Jamer Bankhead, in honor of Brevet Brigadier General James ead, U. S. Army (colonel, 2d C. S. Artillery), who served with dison during the war of 1812, the Seminole war, and the war with 0, and who died November 11, 1856. ery Francis Belton, in honor of Colonel Francis S. Belton, 4th U. S. ry, who served with distinction during the war of 1812 and the war lexico, and who died September 10, 1861. E BOSTON NECK (FORT PHILIP KEARNY), RHODE ISLAND, MILITARY

RESERVATION iry Jilliam French, in honor of Major General William H. French, Tolunteers (colonel, 4th U. S. Artillery), who served with distinciring the war with Mexico and the civil war, and who died May 20,

ry Thomas Cram, in honor of Brevet Major General Thomas J. U. S. Army (colonel, Corps of Engineers), who served with disn during the civil war, and who died December 20, 1883. ry Lewis Armistead, in honor of Captain Lewis G. d. Armistead, ist en, who was killed in action at Fort Erie, Upper Canada, Septem1814. :GARDINERS POINT (FORT TYLER), NEW YORK, MILITARY RESER

VATION.

ry Edmund Smith, in honor of Captain Edmund D. Smith, 19th U. S. y, who died February 5, 1900, of wounds received in action at Fort sland of Cebu, Philippine Islands, February 4, 1900.

ON THE FORT H. G. WRIGHT, NEW YORK, MILITARY RESERVATION, Battery John Hamilton, in honor of Colonel John Hamilton, 5tb l'. S. Artillery, who served with distinction during the civil war, and who died July 15, 1900.

Battery Satterlee Hoffman, in honor of 2d Lieutenant Satterlee Hon. 1st C. S. Artillery, who was killed in action at Churubusco. Veuico August 20, 1847.

Battery John Hoppock, in honor of Captain John L. Hoppock. 15th C. S. Infantry, who was killed in action at York. C'pper Canada, April 27, 192

Battery Randolph Marcy, in honor of Brevet Major General Randos R. Marcy, U. S. Volunteers (brigadier general, inspector general. C. S. Army), who served with distinction during the civil war, and who died November 22, 1887.

ON THE FORT MICHIE, NEW YORK, MILITARY RESERVATION. Battery William Maitland, in honor of Brevet Captain William Yox land, U. S. Army (1st lieutenant, 3d U. S. Artillery), wbo was drowie! August 19, 1837.

Battery William Parco, in honor of 2d Lieutenant William D. Pake, ith U. S. Infantry, who was killed in action at Cuartero, Island of Panay, Philippine Islands, October 20, 1900.

ON THE FORT TERRY, NEW YORK, MILITARY RESERVATION.

Battery Henry Campbell, in honor of Brevet Captain Henry V. Con U. S. Army (20 lieutenant, Corps of Artillery), who was wouniec action at Lundys Lane, Canada, July 25, 1814, and who died May 12.19

Batiery James Dalliba, in honor of Major James Dalliba, assistant coemissary general of ordnance, who served from 1811 to 1824, and who de November 8, 1832.

Battery Justin Dimick, in honor of Ist Lieutenant Justin E. Dimici ! U.S. Artillery, who died May 5, 1863. of wounds received in action * Chancellorsville, Virginia, May 3, 1863.

Battery Bogardus Eldridge, in honor of Captain Bogardus Elridge 141 U. S. Infantry, who was killed in action at Bacoor, Province of Carte Philippine Islands, October 2, 1899.

Battery Robert Floyd, in honor of 2d Lieutenant Robert Floyd, C.S Artillery, who died September 23, 1843, of wounds received in actios st Chickamauga, Georgia, September 19, 1863.

Battery Peter Hagner, in honor of Brevet Brigndier General Pds T Hagner, U. S. Army (colonel, Ordnance Department), who served t distinction during the war with Mexico and the civil war, and wboa March 11, 1893.

Battery John Greble, in honor of Brevet Lieutenant Colonel J.: Greble, U. S. Army (1st lieutenant, 2d U. S. Artillery), who was kille action at Big Bethel, Virginia, June 10, 1861.

ON THE FORT TOTTEN, NEW YORK, MILITARY RESERVATION.

Battery Thomas Burnes, in honor of 2d Lieutenant Thomas Bara.* U. S. Artillery, who died October 28, 1864, of wounds received in acucou Hatchers Run, Virginia, October 27, 1864.

ON THE FORT WADSWORTH, NEW YORK, MILITARY RESERVATION.

Battery William Turnbull, in honor of Brevet Colonel William Turnbull, U. S. Army (major, C. S. Topographical Engineers), who served with distinction during the war with Mexico, and who died December 9, 1857.

Battery Robert Catlin, in honor of Captain Robert Catlin, U.S. Army, who was wounded in action at Weldon Railroad, Virginia, August 21, 1864, and who died December 28, 1903.

ON THE FORT HAMILTON, NEW YORK, MILITARY RESERVATION. Battery Vanning Licingston, in honor of Brevet Captain Manning Livingston, U. S. Army (2d lieutenant, 3d C. S. Artillery), who was killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.

Battery John Mendenhall, in honor of Colonel John Vendenhall, 2d U.S. Artillery, who served with distinction during the civil war, and who died July 1, 1892.

ON THE FORT HANCOCK, NEW JERSEY, MILITARY RESERVATION.

Battery Israel Richardson, in honor of Major General Israel B. Richardson, U. S. Volunteers, who died November 3, 1862, of wounds received in action at Antietam, Maryland. September 17, 1862.

Baltery Joseph Bloomfield, in honor of Brigadier General Joseph Bloomfield, U. S. Army, who served with distinction during the Revolutionary war and the war of 1812, and who died October 3, 1823.

Battery William Alexander, in honor of Major General William Alexander (Earl of Stirling), Continental Army, who received the thanks of Congress for his services during the Revolutionary war, and who died January 15, 1783.

Battery Lewis Morris, in honor of Colonel Levis 0. Morris, 7th New York Volunteer Artillery (captain, 1st U.S. Artillery), who was killed in action at Cold Harbor, Virginia, June 4, 1864.

Battery Thomas Urmston, in honor of Brevet Captain Thomas D. Trmston, U. S. Army (1st lieutenant, 12th U. S. Infantry), who was killed in action at Chapel House, Virginia, October 1, 1864.

Battery John Gunnison, in honor of Captain John W. Gunnison, U. S. Topographical Engineers, who was killed by Mormons and Indians near Sevier Lake, Utah, October 26, 1853.

ON THE FORT DU PONT, DELAWARE, MILITARY RESERVATION,

Battery Samuel Elder, in honor of Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Samuel S. Elder, U. S. Army (major, 2d U. S. Artillery), who served with distinction during the civil war, and who died April 6, 1885.

ON THE FORT SMALLWOOD, MARYLAND, MILITARY RESERVATION.

Battery George Sykes, in honor of Major General George Sykes, U. S. Vol. unteers (colonel, 20th U. S. Infantry), who served with distinction during the war with Mexico and the civil war, and who died February 8, 1880.

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ON THE FORT WASHINGTON, MARYLAND, MILITARY RESERVATION. Battery James Vany, in honor of Colonel James B. Many, 3d U.S. Infantry, who served with distinction during the war of 1812, and who died February 23, 1852.

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