War of the Rebellion: Serial 030 Page 0500 KY., MID AND E. TENN., N. ALA., AND SW. VA. Chapter XXXII.

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No change from this arrangement, either in number or kind of guns, will be allowed, without orders from these headquarters.

II. The following Exchange Notice is published for the information of the Army:

RICHMOND, VA., January 10, 1863.

The following officers and men have been duly exchanged, and are hereby so declared:

1st. All officers and men captured in kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Georgia and South Carolina up to December 10, 1862.

2nd. All officer and men captured in Missouri, Kansas, new Mexico, Arizona, Arkansas, and Louisiana up to January 1, 1863.

3rd. The foregoing sections apply not only to officers and men of the Confederate service, but also to all persons captured in arms or hostile array against the United States, whatever may have been the character of the military organizations to which they were attached, and whatever may have been the terms of the paroles given by them.

4th. If any are in Federal prisons they are to be immediately released and delivered to the Confederate authorities.* * *

5th. All Confederate officers and men who have been delivered at Vicksburg up to December 23, 1862, and including said date.

6th. All paroled Confederate officers and men receipted for at Vicksburg up to December 23, 1862, and including said date.

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By command of General Bragg:

GEORGE WM. BRENT.

Assistant Adjutant-General.

SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF TENNESSEE,

Numbers 11. Tullahoma, January 17, 1863.

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V. The chief of subsistence is authorized to direct the exchange of sugar, molasses, and rice for bacon and other army supplies, on such terms as may be prescribed by him; but no commissary will be allowed to make exchanges except on the written order of the chief of subsistence.

VI. Brigade and regimental commissaries, not engaged in purchasing army supplies, are directed to turn over all subsistence funds in their hands without delay to the chief commissaries of the corps to which they belong, and said corps commissaries will report the amount so transferred to the chief of subsistence of these headquarters.

By command of General Bragg:

GEORGE WM. BRENT,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

Abstract from return of the effective strength of McCown's division, Smith's corps, Army of Tennessee, Major General John P. McCown commanding, Shelbyville, Tenn., January 17, 1863.

Arms.

Command. Total Total Present Service Unservi

effecti present. and able. ceable.

ve. absent.

First Brigade, 1,093 1,209 2,399 1,106 1

Brigadier-

General Ector

Second Brigade, 1,330 1,444 2,240 1,154 21

Colonel Vance

Third Brigade, 1,033 1,061 2,208 900

Brigadier-

General McNair.

McCown's body 145 163 261 202 12

guard, Captain

J. J. Partin.

Horses.

Command. Ammunition. Pieces of Serviceab Unservic

artillery. le. eable.

First Brigade, 81,395 6

Brigadier-

General Ector

Second Brigade, 30,786 6

Colonel Vance

Third Brigade, 104,000 6

Brigadier-

General McNair.

McCown's body 11,455 201 14

guard, Captain

J. J. Partin.