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Twenty-First Brigade--Brigadier General R. R. Thompson, of Cornnna, commanding the 43d and 47th Regiments in the counties of Clinton and Shiawassee. Vacant,

Brigade Inspector.

Paymaster.
Quarter-master.
Judge Advocate.
Aid-de-Camp.

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Commandants and Field Officers of Regiments.

COLONELA.

LEUT. COLONELS.

MAJORS.

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Mich'l G. Rich.
Andrew P. Lothrop.
Dudley Van Acken.

Vacant.
Myron Rusl.
Christopher Howard.
Daniel Childs.
Vacant.
John Nugent.
N. B. Eldridge.
Vacant.
Ira S. Saunders.
Vacant.
Win. M. Millay.
Oel Rix.
John M. Johnson.
Horatio B. Hurd.
Samuel Mulholland
Albert Gray.
Dwight A. Woodbury.
Vacant.

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Ist Alexander K. Howard. Wm. D. Wilkins.
Vacant.

Geo. B. Truar.
Anbrose P. Young.

Joseph Coons.
Alex. Blue.

Vacant.
Samuel J. Southerland. John R. Wilcoxen.
Jonathan R. Bowers. Wm. R. Morse.
Vacant.

Benj. W. Cordell.
James H. Fellows. David W. Palmer.
Denison R. Tucker. Calvin Chapel.
John Curtis.

Vacant.
Henry Angell.
Jonathan R. White. John M. Lamb.
Wm. L. P. Little.

Vacant.
4th Daniel Chandler.
Benj. C. Cox.

Nathaniel W. Brooks.
4th Sheldon McKnight. Louis M. Dickens.
5th Alexander M. Arzeno. Robert Dufl.
Heury D. Walbridge.

Edward Rawson.
Geo. W. Kennedy.

John Freanor.
Joseph C. Wawer. Wm. E. Kimball,
6th Osman B. Blackmar. Wolcott G. Branch.
James Pearson.

Hiram Donaldson.
John Ansleg

Wm. C. Fondel.
9th John Anderson.

Henry J. Holcomb.
7th Harvy McArthur. Vacant.
Vacant.

Asa Kingsburry.
7th Robt. Gephart. S. S. Lansing.
6th Andrew Longstreth. Lyman G. Hill.
8th Chas. Nichols.

Vacant.
Alex. Beals.
Joseph Fisk.

John Brown.
Vacant.

Vacant.

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3d Wm. L. Palmer.

Alden Hewitt. 9th Amos Pickett,

Amon Jackson.
9th Allen A. Rabineau. Talcott B. Wing.
5th A. L. Dunning.

Vacant.
6th Vacant.
3d

Ogden A.Green.
9th Spauldin M. Case. Elias J. Smith.
3d Luke H. Parsons. Ebenezer F. Wade.
3d Elisha B. Clark. Hanibal Hollister.

No returns of the elec-
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Cyrus Cummins.

John Hayden.
30 No returns.

Anson H. Delamatter.
Benj. Cushing,
Anson B. Chipman.
Cephus Thompson.

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Henry H. Hatch.

N. B. Those Brigades to which more than two Regiments are attached, will as soon as the numerical strength of these Regiments shall permit

, be subdivided, and new Brigades formed and their allotments designated.

JOHN E. SCHWARZ Adjutant and Quarter- Master General, M. M. ADJUTANT AND QUARTER-MASTER GENERAL'S OFFICE,

Detroit, December, 1st, 1854.,

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No. 9.

LEGISLATURE, 1855.

ANNUAL REPORT of the Inspectors of the State

Prison, for the year ending Nov. 30, 1854.

To the Honorable, the Secretary of State of the State of Michigan:

The Inspectors of the State Prison transmit their Annual Report:

The Report of the Agent is hereto appended, which, together with the tables embodied in this Report, will furnish a detailed account of the financial and other transactions of the Prison, during the year just closed.

The Inspectors, however, will state in general terms, that the total cash receipts from all sources, including cash on hand at the commencement of the year, amount to the sum of $29,213.55, and total disbursements to the sum of $28,732.53, leaving a cash balance in the hands of the Agent, of $481.02. The amount expended for the support and maintenance of the Prison, exclusive of building and repairs and including the pay of officers and guards, is $24,724.81, while the total income from the Prison is only $18,708.14, making excess of expenditure for this purpose, over income, $6,016.67. Last year this ex. cess was $3,704.70, and the difference is mainly to be accounted for in the excessive high prices which the Agent has been obliged to pay for supplies throughout the year.

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