This is my rendition of the help you asked. You are correct about the writing gets very poor in the last paragraph. I may have made a couple of errors and one word that may be a location has me totally stumped. Maybe someone else can decipher. The dot not being over the "i" in direct in two places is a little strange since in third place where direct is written, the dot is over the i. Guess its one of those things we will have to leave for others. Its late and my eyes are getting blurry since I have been reading old hand written land records found in deed books at the court house most of the day. Hope this helps.
for particular ( instructions) ( as ) to the
you will ( most ) probably
"executed in force" is “executed in full”
sent ( out ) ( till ) their(s) ……………. There is no “s” after “their”
( Supt. ) Mo., Recruiting Service ……………… abbreviation for “Superintendent”
forward (NOT well) "with" your ……………. (like an underscored "1" above "well") this is a bad attempt to cross the “t” in "with," The 1 is the dot above the “i”
5 ( ? ) P.M. ………………… This appears to me to be “9.50” PM
Your ( two ) ( notes ) on the (NOT duties) "subject" of your subsistence (trains) have been received.
I have sent (NOT you) ( Mr ) ( Ponder ) to Mr Smith with an order upon the (Post) Commissary there to turn over to him, at once, ten thousand pounds of meal. And an order upon the Post Quartermaster, to furnish him the transportation necessary to convey it thence to your camp. If Mr Ponder is sufficiently active and energetic, I think the supplies will reach your camp at an early hour in the morning at
(?fartains?). I am instructed by Genl Hindeman to say that it seems from all