Feb 16 1863 88th
OFFICERS OF THE 88th REGIMENT. t;;f f" The officers of tbia Regiment have undergone . qaitea ebaoge, : ; H ot toe benefit or tD maty read ers of the Times who, have friends in the Regiment, J til oi , .send you the names; ..t Lieot. Colonel Louis Wagner. Alejor Benetet F. Joust. - Oo,A.3S men - Lieut. Whiteside. ' Co. B, 22 men Capt. Edmund A. Me as. ' ' ' " let Lieut. George B. Kboads - 2d Lient. George W. Grant. C Jtt, 22 men Capt. Frank B Shalt ers, jr. . ti . j .igt LJettt Henfy Qaimb,.; The Regiment nnmbers one hundred and sixty men for duty including 13 officers present. Ve are encamped near ; White Oak Chorea, about 21 milea from Bell Plains Landing, on the . Potomaoin Taylor's (3d) Brigade, Robinson's (2d) DiTtsion, 1st Army Corps. The health of the Re 1U gfmwiit it good.i,u, . '; j; - Jeaikiin Cd.H ksih Regiment,' fating becem cO bet and January.: - ! .k; - 10 ,rci - 'i r tv ,jan?es M - Tbompsooerg't, of wounds reoeired ? 1 w ' Lwis Bunsma, Priyate, do.' ' do. - litS - Adam B. Whitman; :. do.u - do. ' John Krebs - !;;, M k do.,: do;. ; gimept, left on the 8th for Alexandria, they being ordered rto report to Uen. ueintzelman, at tba1 4 " pface, for duty in the forts at or near Washington.' in ; gmatl poz has niide its appearance among ; ' the regiments on the Rappahannock.' It isgener ally of a mild type, and readily' yields to treat - Furloughs. - Km order hat been receired from' .. Jleadeuarter, Army of the Potomac, allowing fur - j i 3lougbs to be granted, two to ereryone hundred men, for duty, for ten days eacb,none to be grant - 4 ed until others return. About as good as none. ' , Tmy . - - The entire Army of the Potomao has - !r" teen paid np to Oct. 31,' 1862. Hundreds of tboa' ' - lands of dollars are being sent borne. F.