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APRIL 10, 1864.

General PICKETT, Petersburg:

Additional information from New Berne to that sent to General Corse about enemy's force and movement on Kinston states that on 6th Burnside was not at New Berne, but daily expected. He is to take charge of movement. Order spies and scouts to watch if fleet of boats goes through canal to Albemarle.

W. H. C. WHITING,

Major-General.

(Copy to General Cooper, Richmond.)

Abstract from field return of the Army of Northern Virginia, General Robert E. Lee, C. S. Army, commanding, April 10, 1864; headquarters Orange Court-House, Va.

Command. Officer Men Aggregat Aggregat

s e e

present present

and

absent.

Second Army Corps,

Lieutenant General

R. S. Ewell:

Staff 17 - 17 20

Early's division a 383 4,185 5,529 8,997

Johnson's division 544 4,849 6,294 10,440

Rodes' division b 549 6,603 8,726 13,395

Total 1,493 15,637 20,566 32,852

Third Army Corps,

Lieutenant General

A. P. Hill:

Staff 15 - 15 16

Anderson's division 534 6,381 7,809 12,003

Heth's division 495 6,507 7,951 13,663

Wilcox's division 552 7,311 8,946 12,672

Total 1,596 20,199 24,721 38,354

Cavalry Corps, Major

General J. E. B.

Stuart:

Staff 13 - 13 15

Hampton's division 200 2,667 3,357 8,051

Fitzhugh Lee's 304 4,796 5,599 8,825

division

Total 517 7,463 8,969 16,891

Artillery, Brigadier

General W. N.

Pendleton:

First Army Corps 22 397 463 588

Second Army Corps 86 1,523 1,904 2,644

Third Army Corps 105 2,167 2,568 3,364

Cavalry Corps 21 399 467 645

Total 234 4,486 5,402 7,241

Unattached commands:

Valley District c - - - -

Maryland Line 47 737 887 1,287

Provost guard 22 286 387 588

Battalion scouts, 12 223 274 351

guides, and couriers

Total 81 1,246 1,548 2,226

Grand total 3,921 49,031 61,206 97,564

a Hoke's brigade detached; not reported.

b Two regiments detached; not reported.

c Not reported.