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139. Officers who accompany the convoy, but do not belong to the escort, shall not exercise authority in it ex,y y. consent of the commander. If they are junior to *' mmander, the latter may assign them to duty if the eiense requires it. 140. In marching through a hostile country great prc-- u ion will be taken to prevent surprise. ,cularattention should be paid to parking, either in cirles, or squares: with axles of wagons touching and tonlues within the inclosure; also, to the positions of ...
Tie; or in such formation as the commanding general may prescribe. 219. The brigade commanders serve, in turn, as generals of the trenches; one or more being detailed daily, according to the front and number of attacks; they superintend the operations, and dispose the guards of the trenches to repulse sorties and protect the works. 220. Tn each division, the colonelsand lieutenant-colonels of infantry alternate for duty in the trenches; one or more are detailed daily; they superintend the service of guards and workmen in the part of the work to which the general of the trenches assigns them, being posted with troops of their own regiments in preference.
Smoking will not be allowed between decks or in the cabins; nor shall lights be permitted between decks, except such ship lanterns as the master of the transport may direct, or those carried by the officer of the guard in the execution of his duty. 162. The commanding officer will make arrangements, in concert with the master of the vessel, for calling the troopsto quarters, so that in case of alarm on account of storm or fire, or the approach of an enemy, every man may repair promptly to his station; but he will take care not to crowd the deck.
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