1863 June 3. P[ierce] B[utler] Hawkins ADS to B[yron] D. Paddock; Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Extract from special order no. 154, regarding the appointment of B. D. Paddock to acting assistant inspector general and ordnance officer at Bowling Green.
1864 February 2. W. P. Anderson ADS to [Byron D.] Paddock; Lexington, Kentucky.
Orders Paddock to take recruits to Camp Nelson and then to proceed to the front to organize his battery. With additional notes by William L. King and another officer.
1864 March 3. Henry Curtis ADS to B[yron] D. Paddock; Knoxville, Tennessee.
Orders Paddock to turn over recruits to the post commander at Knoxville.
1864 March 14. Henry Curtis ADS to [Byron D.] Paddock; Knoxville, Tennessee.
Orders Paddock to report to the chief of artillery at Knoxville.
 March 30. John E. Marshall PrD; Nashville, Tennessee.
General orders for artillery regiments in the Military Division of the Mississippi, regarding commanders' responsibility to choose positions and strategies for the efficient use of artillery fire. Table of guns, projectiles, weight, and range.
1864 June 4. Ed. R. Kerstetter DS; near Dallas, Georgia.
By order of General Sherman. Special field orders regarding removal of wounded soldiers from battlefields during skirmishes or battles, proximity of hospitals to the bulk of the corps, skulking and straggling, and commanders' responsibility to ensure that troops do not avoid duty. Recommends shooting stragglers or forcing them to perform hard labor.
1864 September 9. Ed. R. Kerstetter DS; Decatur, Georgia.
By command of Brigadier General Hascall. General orders regarding troops' commendable service and bravery during Atlanta campaign. Mentions several specific engagements and casualties.
1864 September 11. Ed. R. Kerstetter DS; Decatur, Georgia.
By command of Major General Schofield. Special field orders regarding deportation of Decatur citizens who cannot feed themselves. Prohibition of interaction between picket guards and civilians outside of Union lines.
Undated December 12. J. A. Cambell DS; Nashville, Tennessee.
By command of Major General Schofield. Special field orders regarding preparations to supply soldiers for active operations.