War of the Rebellion: Serial 028 Page 0621 Chapter XXXI. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-CONFEDERATE.

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Abstract from field returns of the Army of Northern Virginia, commanded by General R. E. Lee, for September 22, [1862.]

Present for duty.

Command. Officer Enlisted Aggrega

s. men. te

present

.

Longstreet's corps:

General staff 11 11

McLaws' division 269 3,659 4,018

Jones' division 350 3,460 4,403

Anderson's division 389 4,935 6,298

Walker's division 221 3,207 3,871

Hood's division 255 2,592 2,847

Evans' brigade 40 516 556

Lee's and Walton's battalions of 39 632 677

artillery

Total 1,574 19,001 22,681

Jackson's corps:

D. H. Hill's division 332 4,739 5,821

A. P. Hill's division 342 4,435 5,468

Ewell's division 298 3,144 4,066

Jackson's own division 186 2,367 3,484

Total 1,158 14,685 18,839

Grand total 2,732 33,686 41,520

NOTE ON ORIGINAL RETURN.-This return is very imperfect, the cavalry and reserve artillery not being reported.

Abstract from tri-monthly report of Ewell's division, for September 22, 1862, camp near Martinsburg, Va.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

*Early's brigade, Brigadier 124 905 1,221

General J. A. Early

commanding.

Fourth (Lawton's) Brigade, 45 682 804

Colonel John H. Lamar

commanding.

Seventh (Trimble's) Brigade, 60 781 941

Colonel James A. Walker

commanding.

First Louisiana (Hays') 59 634 936

Brigade, Brigadier General

H. T. Hays commanding.

Total 288 3,002 3,902

Command. Aggregate Aggregate Remarks.

present present

and and

absent. absent

last

return.

*Early's brigade, Brigadier 4,035 4,082 Rolls of

General J. A. Early several

commanding. companies

of

Seventh

Virginia

Regiment

lost.

Fourth (Lawton's) Brigade, "Absent"

Colonel John H. Lamar not given

commanding. by reason

of

absence

of

company

officers.

Seventh (Trimble's) Brigade, 2,759 2,950

Colonel James A. Walker

commanding.

First Louisiana (Hays') 4,127 "Absent"

Brigade, Brigadier General in

H. T. Hays commanding. Seventh

Louisiana

Regiment

not

reported.

Total

HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA,

September 23, 1862.

General S. COOPER,

Adjt. and Insp. General C. S. Army, Richmond, Va.:

GENERAL: Herewith please find list + of paroled prisoners taken by the Yankees, being stragglers and some few captured in battle. The

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*Under head of artillery, 5 officers and 155 men reported but not accounted for in "present for duty," or in any of the aggregates. Seven guns also reported.

+Not found.

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