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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 40, Part 2 (Richmond, Petersburg)
Page 707 Chapter LII. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC. - CONFEDERATE.

XIV. Leaves of absence and furloughs will not be granted to reserve troops except by the general commanding the reserves for the States to which they belong, or in accordance with regulations prescribed in his orders; but leaves of absence and furloughs will not be granted to reserve forces serving in the field, if in the judgment of department commanders it be incompatible with the public safety to grant them.

By order:

S. COOPER,

Adjutant and Inspector General.

Abstract from field return of the Army of Northern Virginia, General Robert E. Lee commanding, for June 30, 1864; headquarters Petersburg, Va.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate Aggregate

pres. duty present

and

absent

Department of 12 ....... 12 12

North Carolina

and Southern

Virginia,

General G. T.

Beauregard.

Johnson's 506 6,264 8,478

division .........

Hoke's division 373 4,936 6,628 .........

Total 879 11,300 15,106 .........

First Army 17 ........ 17 22

Corps,

Lieutenant

General r. H.

Anderson

Pickett's 381 4,536 5,924 11,767

division

Field's division 453 4,344 5,846 13,031

Kershaw's 366 4,180 5,712 11,822

division

Total 1,217 13,060 17,499 36,642

Third Army 16 ....... 17 17

Corps,

Lieutenant

General A. P.

Hill

Anderson's 454 4,880 6,643 13,674

division

Heth's division 477 5,159 6,121 14,207

Wilcox's 388 4,289 5,445 12,196

division

Total 1,335 14,328 18,226 40,094

Cavalry Corps ........ ........ ........ ........

Hampton's ........ ....... ........ .........

division a

Fitz. Lee's 130 1,553 1,928 ........

division

W. H. F. Lee's 190 2,677 3,379 6,374

division b

Total 320 4,230 5,307 6,374

Artillery, ........ ....... ........ ........

Brigadier

General W. N.

Pendleton

Department of 55 1,017 1,247 1,691

North Carolina

and Southern

Virginia

First Army Corps 75 1,534 1,838 2,540

Second Army 34 606 817 1,672

Corps c

Third Army Corps 117 2,106 2,519 3,472

Total 281 5,263 6,421 9,375

Grand total 4,044 48,181 62,571 92,497

The Second Army Corps. Lieutenant-General Early commanding, is temporarily detached.

a Since this return was completed a return from General Hampton has been received, showing 2,888 " 3,570 " aggregate present," and 8,987 "aggregate present and absent."

b Dearing's brigade is not reported.

c Only three battalions reported.


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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 40, Part 2 (Richmond, Petersburg)
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