From the Richmond Commercial Bulletin, 6/8/1865, p. 1, c. 1


General HALLECK’S Headquarters, corner of Clay and Twelfth streets..
Major General E. O. C. ORD, Commanding Department of Virginia. Office in Female Institute.
CHARLES DEVENS, Brevet Major General U. S. Volunteers, commanding 3d Division, 24th Army Corps. Headquarters Vaden’s Farm, near Manchester, Virginia.
Lieut. Colonel F. L. MANNING, Provost Marshal of the Army of the James and President of Relief Commission. Office, in wooden building, corner of Tenth and Broad streets.
Major STACKPOLE, Judge Advocate of the Department of Virginia. Office, “Female Institute,” corner of Clay and Tenth streets.
Brigadier General JOHN E. MULFORD, Agent for the Exchange of Prisoners. Office at the southeast corner of Broad and 9th streets, second story.
Colonel JOHN B HOWARD, Chief Quartermaster Army of the James. Office at the Female Institute.
Doctor CONOVER, Acting Medical Director. Office in Custom House building, Bank street, right hand door, first floor.
Dr. CHAS. J. TENNANT, Assistant Surgeon and Medical Purveyor Army of the James. Office at Moore Hospital, on Main street, near Twenty-Sixth.
Captain SCOVILLE, in charge of Passport Office, Capitol building, second floor.
TRANSPORTATION OFFICE. – Ludlam & Watson’s Warehouse, at Rocketts.
PERMITS FOR BUSINESS. – Capt. Beckwith, second floor of the Capitol.
Lt. Colonel KREUTZER – Headquarters at St. Charles Hotel – grants passes for fishermen and marketmen to trade.
POST OFFICE. – Main street, under the Spotswood Hotel. Office open from 8 o’clock, a. m., till 6 o’clock, p. m. Open on Sundays from 8 to 10 a. m., and from 5 to 7 in the evening.
UNITED STATES SANITARY COMISSION. – Office on corner of Ninth and Broad streets.
UNITED STATES CHRISTIAN COMMISSION. – Corner of Broad and Tenth streets.
POST COMMISSARY. – Office on Broad street, between Eighth and Ninth streets.
ACTING ASSISTANT SURGEON L. M. SANDERS, U. S. A., in charge City Dispensary, corner 8th and Broad streets.
Major General JOHN GIBBON, Commanding 24th A. C., River road, (Cary street,) one mile from the city.
Officers are respectively requested to inform us of any errors or omissions in the above directory.

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