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THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE.
31 i. p: v kf IV K t-W P &f-- ?' EH-, IV1.! Vi 1.48 List of the Battles of the' War of the Rebellion. Wo continue in this number tlio publication of an alpha betical list of tlio Battles of the War of the Rebellion, from authentic Hourcos, r,o b ? coutlnuocl lieroaftor, It will bo pleasant, we hope, for the old soldiers to see again the naniQtf and dates of battles fn which they or their friondg I took part. PbAOK. Henderson, s Mill. Hondrlok'fl ;.. Henry town Hfirniltugo . Hernando ....'.. ivft Pratt, falvin E., lata brigadier immoral of volunteers, at $80 ptfiinonth froin March 8, 1870. Putnan; Dnuiol C late of Company A, Twenty-fourth Missouri olunlocrH, from March 1, 1370. Heed, ilillor L.. lato private Battery K, First if. S. A.r-. billow, fom February 7. 1879. Heyneds?, William, lato private Company U, Thirteehth TndiaiinVoluntoor Cavalry, from March B, 1870. Riloy James, lato private Company D, Fourth U. S. Infant from March 1, 1879. Kobrts, Elizabeth S.j widow of Benjamiu S. Roberte, lieutotint-colouol, U. S, A., and brigadior-general of vol unteer, increased to $80 per month from March J3, 1 879. Rotii'tson, Samuel B., lato second lieutenant Company 13, Scentictli Indiana Volunteers, from March 1, 1S70. SaKlors, Benjamin, lato of Company A First Minnesota ; Hlftmpou VllUoy '; Infaitry Volunteers, from March .-J, 1870. J Hickory tirovo. Smple, .Eliza A., mother of James Y. Somple, lato cap-! liioksford ....V..'.'.V..'.'.,.'.'.".'.'.'.!'.'. tairin Fiftoonth U. S. Infantry, from March 1, 1879. I Hitch Bridge ..... " ' Hillsborough . Slvcy, Isabella II., widow of Major William Silvey, late I jj8j?or0,' ofQ. S. A., increased to $'2o por month from March , llabowugU'.'.,.'i.'.,."!!.,." JS'U. , Smith, Charles C, lato captain Thirteenth 0". S. In faitry, increased to $25 par month from March 3, 1879. Spradlin, Cynthia, late private Company G, Sixth Ten nessee Volunteers, from March I, 1879. Stapliu, George W,, lato private Company C, Fifteenth Illinois Volunteers, from March 1, 1870. Steele, Aim V, widow of Charles Steele, of Captain Dangertield's company, Virginia militia, war of 1812, from March & 1870. Stephenson, William V., late captain Company hi, Thirty-fourth. Indiana Volunteers, increased from mte of first lieutenant to that of a captain. Stringham, Henrietta, widow of Silas LI. Stringham, Rear-Admiral, U. S. N., from March 5J. 1870. Teagardeu, Elizaboth, mother of Abraham C. Toagar don, lato private Company K, Sixteenth Pennsylvania Vol Cavalry Volunteers, from March t, 1879. Hill's Plantation. Hill's Plantation Hodgovillo , Holland House Hollow Troo Gap , Holly Hivor Holly Springs St-atk. Tonn.. miss... Mo... Mo .... iMIss.. DATH, 1)0... Do... I Holston River, Do, Honoy Hill, also known us Gru. nanisviuo. Honoy Springs, liOOVcr'S linp HopKinsvuio jjo.. t Homers villc Hornsboro'.. Horso Greek Horae Oreok Horsehead Creek. . . Horseshoe Bond, also .known as Greasy Orcck. HOL'tOn'H JlllIS Hot Springs. Howard County ...... .4 .... . Thoen, Philip, late private Company M, Seventh Illinois j Howeli' a Ferry'. .'."'..'.'.".; V.V.'.Z Cavalry, from March. 1, 187!). Thomas, Georgine, widow of General Charles Thomas, at $30 per month from March 1, 1870. Thomas, Josephine DaC, widow of Evan Thomas, late acting major Fourth U. S. Artillery, from March 3, 1879. Tilton, Abigail S., widow of Benjamiu Stevens, of Cap tain Samuel McConncl's company, in General Stark's brigade, war of 1812, from March , 1879. Totton, .Julia H., widow of James Totten, late lieutenant-colonel and assistaut iusxector-goneral, U. S. A., at $80 -or month from March 3, 1870. Troadwcll, James B., lato major Eighty-fifth Pennsyl vania Volunteers, from February 7, 1879. Udell, Nathan, late surgeon Seventeenth Iowa. Voluu teor Infimtry, from March 1, 1879. Ueber, Ludwig, late private Thirty-seventh Indiana Vol unteer Infantry, from March 3, 1870. Vaun, Harmon, dependent mother of Levi De Bow, late private Seventeenth U, S. Colored Troops, from March 3, 1879. Ward, John, late sergeant Company EC, Second West Virginia Cavalry Volunteers, ft;om February 7, 1879. Ward, Josophjlato private Company C, Thirteenth Ten neseo Cavalry, from March 3, 1879. Watkins, Julia, widow of Thomas H. Watkins, late captain Company B, Purnoll Legion, Maryland Volunte ors, from February 18, 1879. Webb, Sarah E., widow of Osgood B. Webb, late pri vate Company C, Thirtieth Maine Veteran Volunteers, from March 3, 1879. Willans, John, lato captaiu and assistant adjutnnt-gen-eral, TJ, S. Volunteers, from March 3, 1879. Winters, Nathan A., lato captain Compauy K, Forty fourth Missouri Volunteers, from March 3, 1879. Woog, Edmund, lato sergeant Compauy C, Sixty-eighth New York Volunteers, increased to 2-1 por month from March 3, 1879. Yarnoll, Peter, late private Company .0, Twelfth West Virginia Volunteers, from March 1, 1879. Young, Thomas C, late private Company F, Thirty ninth Iowa Infantry Volunteers, from March 1, 1879. ADVERTISEMENTS. Special Acta of Congress. J invito correspondents with all persons whose claims have been improperly rejected by the Commissioner of Pensions, as In manyI might say hundreds of instances, their rights will speedily bo grunted by a special appeal to Congress. Soq list of special acts passed by our lato Congress, in another column, all of which had boon rejected by the Pension Olllco. GEORGE K. LEMON. Howe's Ford, also known as Wca vers stores. Hudnot's Plantation Hudson Hudsonvlllc, also known as Cold AVater. Huff's Ferry '. , Huniansville - , , Ho Humboldt...... Uunnewoll Hunter's Mills. Huntersville ... Huntvlllo Do HuntBvilic. .Oct. li, 1808. Sept. IG, 1863. Oct. 13, 1801. Nov, 2, 1804. April 18, May 28, and June 20, 18(13. Oo 10,1803. Aug. 23, and Sop. 1062 Ifnl. 1 10Ar. Deo. d, 1804. April 0, 1S06. April 17,1803. July 31, 1861. uci. , 1K01. Keb. 10, 1SC4. .Tuly 7, 1802. .Tunc '2-1, 1863. Oct. 23, 1801. May In and 10. 1803. Dec. 17, 1804. April 17, 1802. Nov. lit and 28, Dec. 20, 1802. April 17, 1803. May 24, Aug. I, S,27, and 1:8, 1804. izsov. ir, 1863. Fob. 20. 181. Nov.JK). 1804. Gal Mb S.G Va...... Va....... Ala Gn Ivy. ...... Miss .... Ark MISS .... Ivy Va Tonn.... W. Va., Miss.... Miss.... Miss Tonn... Tonn... S. C... Ivans. . . . July 17, and Aug. 2263 ly Nov. 6, 1802. Ivy . . , . . .Dec. 12 and 16. 1804. l0- (Sept. 20, 1803. S. C Murcha, tS66. D. T Juno 11. 1 fififi. CS.V. 1-' Vnrtn OUjit, 1(, iOOO. CLAIMS !'" . ' 'CLAIMS I Tim Claliii House EstablishodL ill 1865!- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, t PFFjCESjtis.ieIB.AND 19, No. 916 F STREET NORTHWEST, WasHXiijsfcon, 30. O. P. O. Look Box TJ25. ' MeJi3SZ&SES. If ever wounded, injured, or havjc contracted any diseaso, liow- Slight tbo disability, apply at once. Thousands entitled. Heirs. Widows, minor children, dependent mothers, fathers, and minor brothers and sisters, in the order named, 'U'o ont.ltled. War of X&12. All surviving olilcers ami soldiers of this war, whether In tho military or naval service of the United States, who served fourteen (14) days ; or, if in a battle or skirmish for a less period, and tho widows of such who have not remarried, are ulfcy is no longer required in these claims. Deaevtion Mo. Ark B.1 Sk a Mo ....,., Mo ...... Uii ivy. ..... iU' ..... Mo , IMUsa Tonn Mo , ! Mo Tonn.. lilo..... a. . . . . Va Ala. . . . !Ala.... Mo .. Huntsvillo.... iTenu.... Hurricane Hrldjro , . Hurricane Greek.... , Hurricane Creek .. . . , Hutchinson ....... .r?; r.T '. ."::v. i. W.Vu. Ark .. Miss.. ivilnu. Illinois Oroek. Indopendonco, Do Do. Do, Indian Hay -HAV.4t.lA JlvJ 1 UIhU...i. ........... Indian town, also Known as Sandy Swamp. Indian village.. t .- Indian VillaKO Insrham's Mills. Inirraham's Plantation. Irish Bond Iron Bridge IrOnOounty... Ironton Irvine Irwlnsville Island Mouud Island No. 70 Island No. 10....... Ho lalo of Wight O. H, Issefmeua County. , luka Do Ivy Purd . ' Af V m - i v IvyHUls. jt, v D. T.. La ... MiHS . . Miss.. La l.T Mo -y Mo, .,,,. Miy( Toun.. Tonn.. Va.... .Miss . . . Miss... Miss... Ark . . . (Miss... J. Jacinto .. Jaokson-., Ho... Jackson.. Jaelcson Do,, . i4 ..( le th safest, ogresablo, nnd most effectual rv'iucdy in the world far the oun tf Catanli. No iiiatttir from wliat oau, or haw long gtandiui?, li) Kiv. lni"STIII!ni,ANT,i(;irjiUllll ItUMunr," a fair anil imprtial trial you will Imcou vincwJ of this fact. Tins nu-dlciue la very pleatant and can be taken by the most dallcato etomaoh. For tala by all DrutU aud Modiuiuo Dealt re every, where. If your druKKUt has not cot it ouoloax $1.00 to Ok. Thomas Stckuivant, Mlllvlllo, Cumberland Couuty, N. J., and you will n&vtr lA JintkiiM by return- (dun jirvuifiiiy, Jaokson ... Do Jackson.. .. DO. .,.....' .lacksonboro'....... Jackson County Ho..... ,. ,.,.... Jaokson Crossroads ............... .J uekaonport, '......, Ho... Jaokson'tj Ford Jao ks o a v i l lo Ho. Ho..., Jaok's Shop Jack's Shop t , James oity, also known, u Rob aon Run ' j inuus iSUUlll. ...................... 1)0 f X.IO JJU Jnrrott's Station. ....;.,...., Jaspor Jasper County..,. MM Jenkon'B F Jeuk's Drid;e. .t.,,,,.,.. .lijnulo'a Oreok, also knoyn us Paintavlllo r .loiiuraou , rk Mo.. Mo itt). Mo. La .. K.O. Fob. 17, 1864. May 11 ,18(8. April 27, 1S612. Feb. 4, 1864. Aug. US, 1S2. Aug. 2S, 1864. July 1. 1864. April '23,1863. May 1, 1S64. Deo. -21, 1801. Nov. 8, 1882. Nov. 14, 1S63. March '20, and Aug. 12, 1862. Oct. 16 and 17, 1863. ijec. 'u, istJ2. Jan. 3, 15(52. Nov. -Ill 1861. Jan. 4. 186-2. April 11, 1862. Oct. 1, 1S84. Nov. U. 1802. Nov. 11,1862. March 28, 1S63. Oct , 23, 1864. aujj:. 14, 16, and 22, Oct. 23, 1861. Sept. 3 and 4, 1862. Duo. 17, 1S02. June 17 and Nov. 2801. Fob. 18, March 22, and Aug. 11, 1802. Fob. 3 and 8, March 23, and Ap'l 23, 21, 1863. Fob. 19, and Oct. 22 and 26. 1804. JFeb. 10, and April .1364 .VUff. U, J.OOi. Dee. 18, 1S63. March 27, 1863. j.Tan. 27, 1S63. Oct. 12. 1S63. Oct. 10, 1S03. April 12 to 14, 1SK5. Juno 19, 1S64. Sept. 11, 1862. Sept. 26 and 27, 1S04. July 30, 1S63. May 10, 1S65. Oct. 27 and 29, 1862. Jan. 20, IS64. Apl. 8 and Oct. 17, '62. Oot. 10, 1S83. Dec. 22, 1802. July 10 and Aug. 17, '64 Sopt. 13 to 20, 1862. July 7. 9. and 14.1863. Jan. Ill, 3S64, and Jan. S, 1S65. Feb. 22, 1S04. does not operate as a bar to pension In cases of volunteer soldierj, but does in cases of rotrulars or those who served in tho Navv or. Marine Corps. . . Increase of I'emsions. Pension laws are more liberal now than formerly, and many are j now entitled to a higher rato than they receive. ! XSestoration to 3Peisloii Koll. Pensioners who have been unjustly dropped from tho pension roll, or whose names have boon stricken therefrom bv reason of j failure to draw their pension for a period of three years, or by rea son oi re-onuscment, may nave tnoir pensions renoweu oy corre sponding with this house. JLaiid Warrants. Survivors of all wars from 1790 to March 3, 1850, and certain helra are entitled to one hundred and sixty acres of land, if not already received. Soldiers of tho late war not entitled. Land warrants purchased for cash at the highest market rates, and. assignments porfected. Correspondence invited. Prisoners of War. Hatlon money promptly collected. Xiirlougli Rations. Amounts due collected without unnecessary delay. Suo'h claim cannot bo collected without the furlough. Morses ILosi in Service. Claims of this character promptly attended to. Bounty and Pay. Collections promptly made. Property taken by the Army in Hiixten not in Insurrection. Claims of this chai-acter will receive special attention. Miss. . Ark.. Ark... La... La.... Aug. 13, 1803. LVug. 3, 1&2. April 26, 1863. Aug. 3, 1S63. !Oot. u and Nov. 2,1. Iss !ay i4 nm ,jxlY 10 to i 17 aiur-1, 1803. Miss iFob. 6 and July 5 to S, i ISO!. Mo Auril 9.1862. )pyrights. attend to business oofore tho General Land Otilbo id btner bureaus of tho Interior Department, aud all the In addition to the above we nrosecute militarv mid nami claims of every description, procure Patents, Trade-marks, coi and departments of the Government. Wo invite correspondence from all Interested, assuring tkom of the "utmost promptitude, enorg), and thoroughness In all matters intrusted to our hands. GEO. E. LEMON. BBP333ESNCrjB8. As this may reach the hands of soma persons unacquainted wit this House, wo append hereto, as specimens of the tcstlmoaiali in our possession, coptoB of letters from several gentlemen of poilU ical and military distinction, and "widoly known throughout the United States: BKrwiDunn, Illinois, October 24, 1876. ' I take jrroat nloasure iu recommending Captain Gkorqs K. I Lemon, now of Washington, D. 0 to all persons who may h&y A I a I w ; Apru ar, isou. Tonu....jDoc. 18, 1862. Tenn....tjuly 13,1S6U. Tonn....!Muroh 10. 1SJ2 Mo Mo... ta. .. Ark. . Ark.. Ala Juno 2, 1S62. April 5, 1S63. June 20, 1S63. Deo. 23, 1863. Apr. 24 and Aug. 2664 juiy 14, istH. Fla j.Maroh 29, 1863. Flu Fla... Tonn Va... Va... S.O.. g.c. S.C.. s. a. Va... iTenn. claims to settle or other business to prosecute before tho Depart ments at Washincton. 1 know him to bo thorobghly qualified. -well acquainted with tho laws, antl with Department rules in all matters growing out or tho late war, especially in tho Paymaster' and Quartermaster's offices. I have had occasion to employ him for friends of mine, also, in tho soliciting of patents, and have found him very active, well-informed, and successful. As a gallant offloer during tho war, and an honorable and successful praotioner, I reo ommond him strongly to ail who may need his services. S. A. HUKLBUT, M. O. IXmvth Congressional Dialriot, Illinota. Late Major General U. 8. Vols Mayl and 28.1 S6t. April 4, 1865. Sept. 22, 1S63. Deo. 28, 186-1. Oct. 10, 1863. June 10 and 13, 1802. July 10, 1883. .May 21, aim ,J tuy l, 2, 5, and 7, 1801. I too. 10, lSOO. MayO, 1864. J uno 4, 1862. Oitizlkn' National Bank. Washington, D. O., January 17, 1879. Captain Georok E. Lbmon, attornoy and agent for tho collection of war claims at Washington City, is a thorough, able and excd. tngly well-informed man of business, of high character and entirely responsible. I bollevo that the interests of all having war claims requiring adjustment cannot bo confided to safer hands. JNO. A. J. CltESWELL, President, W. F. ROACH, ' Secretary! mo ns,v ttn,! u 6 rk. HOU8B OK JlEl'KKSKNTATlVKS, Wabiunoton, D. 0 March 1876. Chi... Ky... Tonn.... jqti'erson City .......... r ........ . m0 Jetfersonton ........,,...,. tVn. ...... ;ranoiMon vlllo, also known asVa... , I April 16 and 30, and May-i, ihoj. Dec. 7 to 9, 1S61. r.m t 1KK' Doe. SO. 1862. OcU7andNov.31lS64, Ullt. 12, IBK.I. May 8, m. v l A j .( From dovenil yeard' acquaintance with Captaiu George E. Lomon, of this city, I cheerfully commond him as a gentle, man of integrity and worth, and. woll qualified to attund to tho collection of Bounty and other elaiuiB against the Govom- fmont'. His oxporlenco in tnat uno givi mm superior auvan- taSS ' r ,. 01,,tt . J.. OXMVAVIVU. .1J. V. , , Fifteenth District of Ohio, "" J AS. 1). STIt AW BRIDGE, il. C. Thirteenth Dtttria of Pennsylvania. ' J n n n n : t A k t ,,? A.Jl&fi.,.tiI.V-.- . .: