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Numbers 99. Abstract from field return of the Army of Northern Virginia, November 20.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate Aggregate

present. present

and

absent.

General 22 122 166 209

headquarters.

Second Army

Corps:*

Staff. 18 ... 18 24

Early's 404 4,297 5,611 11,577

division.

Johnson's 505 4,790 6,020 10,892

division.

Rodes' division. 527 6,562 8,362 14,629

Total. 1,454 15,649 20,011 37,122

Third Army Corps

(A. P. Hill).

Staff. 16 .... 16 18

Anderson's 509 6,082 7,564 12,545

division.

Heth's division. 439 5,368 6,761 11,068

Wilcox's 518 6,072 7,415 11,418

division.

Total. 1,482 17,522 21,756 35,049

Stuart's

(cavalry) corps.

Staff. 12 ... 12 17

Hampton's 268 3,451 4,380 9,283

division.

Fitz. Lee's 265 3,688 4,532 7,963

division.

Total. 545 7,139 8,915 17,263

Artillery Corps

(Pendleton):

First Army 19 405 451 566

Corps.

Second Army 93 1,594 1,925 2,663

Corps.

Third Army 103 2,093 2,477 3,179

Corps.

Cavalry Corps. 18 326 387 525

Total. 233 4,418 5,240 6,933

Grand total. 3,736 44,850 56,088 96,576

Numbers 100. Reports of General Robert E. Lee, C. S. Army, commanding Army of Northern Virginia.

ORANGE COURT HOUSE,

November 26, 1863.

Your dispatch received. I should like the assistance of Colonel Lee, if convenient. The enemy's whole force is moving to our right, and will reach the lower fords of the Rapidan to-night. I am making a corresponding movement.

Prepare the troops about Richmond. All should be advanced toward Hanover Junction that can. Forage should be particularly forwarded to us.

R. E. LEE.

His Excellency JEFFERSON DAVIS.

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*Major-General Early commanded this corps during the Mine Run Campaign, and was probably in command of it at this date.

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