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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 25, Part 2 (Chancellorsville)
Page 846 N. VA., W. VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter XXXVII.

Abstract from return of the Army of Northern Virginia, &c.-Continued.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Effective

total

present.

Second Army Corps (A. P.

Hill):

Staff. 17 ... ...

A. P. Hill's division. 798 8,501 8,501

Rodes' division. 648 7,806 7,815

Early's division. 575 6,368 6,386

Johnson's division. 475 5,089 5,089

Total Second Army Corps. 2,513 27,764 27,773

Stuart's Cavalry Division.* 756 9,536 9,536

Valley District (not ... ... ...

reported).

Artillery (Pendleton):

First Army Corps.+ 82 1,492 1,492

Second Army Corps. 113 2,215 2,215

General Reserve. 47 753 753

Total artillery. 242 4,460 4,460

Grand total.++ 6,116 68,343 68,352

Command. Aggregate Aggregate Pieces of

present. present artillery.

and

absent.

Second Army Corps (A. P.

Hill):

Staff. 17 18 ...

A. P. Hill's division. 11,335 18,408 ...

Rodes' division. 10,210 15,789 ...

Early's division. 8,350 13,063 ...

Johnson's division. 6,713 11,871 ...

Total Second Army Corps. 36,625 59,149 ...

Stuart's Cavalry Division.* 11,922 16,729 20

Valley District (not ... ... ...

reported).

Artillery (Pendleton):

First Army Corps.+ 1,687 1,994 46

Second Army Corps. 2,582 3,603 106

General Reserve. 901 1,032 34

Total artillery. 5,170 6,629 186

Grand total.++ 88,735 133,652 206

Abstract from return of the Department of Western Virginia, Major General Samuel Jones, C. S. Army, commanding, for the month of May, 1863; headquarters, Dublin, Va.

Present for duty.

Command. Offi- Men. Aggregate

cers. present

First Brigade (Brigadier General 141 2,034 2,411

John Echols).

Second Brigade (Brigadier General 45 666 823

John S. Williams).

Third Brigade (Colonel G. C. 60 970 1,103

Wharton).

Fourth Brigade (Colonel John 77 1,200 1,450

McCausland).

Unattached companies. ... ... ...

Total infantry. 323 4,870 5,787

Cavalry Brigade (Brigadier General 34 696 770

A. G. Jenkins).

Artillery (five batteries). 18 481 537

Officers detached at posts. ... ... 11

Grand total. 375 6,047 7,105

Command. Aggregate Aggregate last Pieces

present return. of

and artillery.

absent.

First Brigade (Brigadier General 3,016 2,122 ...

John Echols).

Second Brigade (Brigadier General 1,145 1,010 ...

John S. Williams).

Third Brigade (Colonel G. C. 1,458 1,427 ...

Wharton).

Fourth Brigade (Colonel John 1,680 1,691 ...

McCausland).

Unattached companies. ... 133 ...

Total infantry. 7,299 6,383 ...

Cavalry Brigade (Brigadier General 3,509 2,665 ...

A. G. Jenkins).

Artillery (five batteries). 701 696 24

Officers detached at posts. 11 12 ...

Grand total. 11,520 9,756 24

NOTE.-General Jenkins and forty-two companies of his command on detached service.


HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA,
June 1, 1863.

Major General SAMUEL JONES,

Commanding Department of Southwestern Virginia:

GENERAL: I am very anxious to secure all the cattle which can be obtained for the use of this army. I must beg you, therefore, to let

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*But see statement of May 25, p. 823.

+Alexander's and Garnett's battalions not reported.

++Does not account for Ransom's division (detached) in the Valley District.

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