HDQRS. DEPARTMENT OF THE GULF,
New Orleans, February 17, 1865

SPECIAL ORDERS,
No. 45.

7. The regiments composing the separate Brigade organized by paragraph 7, Special Orders, No. 39, from headquarters Military Division of West Mississippi, viv, the First Louisiana Cavalry, the Second Illinois Cavalry, the Second New York [Veteran] Cavalry, and the Thirty-first Massachusetts Mounted Infantry will proceed with as little delay as possible to Carrollton, La., and report to Brig. Gen. T.J. Lucas, U.S. Volunteers, commanding the brigade.

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11. Lieut. Col. W.D. Smith, One hundred and tenth New York Volunteers, and Capt. F. H. Man, Eighty-fourth U.S. Colored Infantry, acting inspectors-general of infantry, heavy, and light artillery, for the Defenses of New Orleans, are assigned to duty as acting inspectors-general of the same arms of the service for the Southern Division of Louisiana.

By command of Major-General Hurlbut:

J.C. STONE
Captain and Assistant Adjutant-General.