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COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF AND STAFF. Commander-in-Chief.
JOHN A. DIX. Adjutant-General...
Maj.-Gen. John F. RATHBONE. Inspector-General..
Brig.-Gen. WILLIAM H. MORRIS.
(Brevet Major-General.) Commissary-General of Ord.... Brig.-Gen. KILBURN Knox, Engineer-in-Chief:
Brig.-Gen. N. Gano Dunn. Judge- Advocate General..
Brig.-Gen. J. HAMPDEN WOOD. Surgeon-General
Brig.-Gen. WILLIAM M. SMITH. Quartermaster-General.
Brig.-Gen. John N. KNAPP. Paymaster-General.....
Brig.-Gen, RUFUS H. KING.
Colonel GEORGE G. HAVEN.
Colonel ROBERT C. PRUYN.
Colonel HAMILTON FISH, JR.
Colonel HIRAM P. HOPKINS.
Colonel SIDNEY DE KAY.
DIVISIONS. First Division District. - Major-General ALEXANDER SHALER commandingComprises the city and county of New York and the county of Richmond.
Second Division District. - Major-General Johx B. WOODWARD commanding Comprises the counties of Kings, Queens and Suffolk.
Third Division District. - Major-General JOSEPH B. CARR commandingComprises the counties of Albany, Columbia, Rensselaer, Washington, Saratoga, Schenectady, Fulton, Hamilton and Montgomery.
Fourth Division District. - Major-General TILLEY R. Pratt commanding Comprises the counties of Warren, Essex, Clinton, Franklin, St. Lawrence, Jefferson and Lewis.
Fifth Division District. - Major-General THEODORE B. GATEs commanding Comprises the counties of Westchester, Putnam, Rockland, Orange,
Sullivan, Ulster, Greene, Dutchess, Delaware, Schoharie, Otsego, Chenango, Herkimer and Madison.
Sixth Division District. - Major-General HBNRY A. BARNUM commanding Comprises the counties of Broome, Cayuga, Cortland, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego, Seneca, Tompkins and Tioga.
Seventh Division District. - Major-General JOHN WILLIAMS commanding Comprises the counties of Chemung, Schuyler, Steuben, Yates, Ontario, Wayne, Monroe and Livingston.
Eighth Division District. - Major-General Rurus L. HOWARD commanding Comprises the counties of Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Wyoming, Erie, Genesee, Orleans and Niagara.
65th............................. 69th.............. 718t........... 74th. 79th Battalion.. 830.. 84th. 96th. 1030..... 106th, 110th Battalion..
New York city
1st. 1st. 3d. 1st. Ist. 2d. 2d. 2d. 6th. 6th. 6th,
Battalion of Artillery
7th. 6th. 3d. . 3d. 2d. 1st. 1st, 1st Ist. 2d. 20. 6th. 6th.
28th. 28th. Name of Brig.-General.
New York city.
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William G. Ward
Watertown, Jefferson county. Little Falls, Herkimer county. Hancock, Delaware county. Norwich, Chenango county. Corning, Steuben county. Utica, Oneida county. Newburgh, Orange county. Auburn, Cayuga county. Oswego, Oswego county. Rochester, Monroe county.
Trumansburgh, Tompkins C8
Buffalo, Erie county. Lockport, Niagara county.
NEW YORK STATE CANALS.
OFFICERS FOR 1873.
COMMISSIONERS OF THE CANAL FUND. [The Commissioners have the superintendence of the Canal Fund and of the Canal Debt.]
JOHNC. ROBINSON, Lieutenant-Governor.
CANAL COMMISSIONERS. [The Canal Commissioners have the general charge of the public works, of the construction of new canals, and of the repairs of the completed canals.]
ALEXANDER BARKLEY, Argyle - In charge of Eastern Division, as follows, viz. : Erie canal, from Albany to east bank of Oneida Lake canal; Albany basin; Champlain canal and Glens talls feeder; Black River canal and feeder, and rovement of Black river-315 miles.
REUBEN W. STROUD, SYRACUSE-In charge of Middle Division, as follows, viz.: Erie canal, from the east bank of Oneida Lake canal to the county line between Seneca and Wayne counties ; Butternut Creek feeder; Limestone feeder; Camillus feeder; Oneida Lake canal; Oswego canal ; Oneida River improvement Seneca River towing-path; Baldwinsville canal; Cayuga and Seneca canal; Crooked Lake canal; Chemung canal and feeder; Cayuga inlet; Chenango canal -329 miles, and the Chenango canal extension.
JOHN D. FAY, Rochester - In charge of Western Division, as follows, yiz.: Erie canal, from the county line between Seneca and Wayne counties to Buffalo, including basin at the latter place; Geneseo Valley canal, including Dansville side-cut-280 miles.
STATE ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
WILLIAM B. TAYLOR. [Prescribes duties of, and assigns divisions of canals to, Englneers; visits and inspects canals; prescribes surveys, maps, plans, estimates, etc., in the construction of improvement of a canal.)
AUDITOR OF THE CANAL DEPARTMENT.
GILSON A. DAYTON. [Invested with the powers and duties formerly belonging to the Comptroller in relation to the canals; draws warrants on the