War of the Rebellion: Serial 003 Page 0730 OPERATIONS IN MO., ARK., KANS., AND IND. T. Chapter X.

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Abstract from return of the First Division, Western Department, commanded by Major General L. Polk, C. S. Army, for month of October, 1861.

Present for duty.

Infantry Cavalry

Station Troops Officers Men Officers Men

Columbus {First 310 5,087 13 287

(Pillow's)

Div

Columbus {Second 149 2,498 15 147

(Cheatham'

s) Div.*

Columbus {Third 123 1,981 9 188

(McCown's)

Div.*

Columbus {Fourth 141 2,081 6 155

(Bowen's)

Div.*

Fort Henry Garrison 89 1,415 12 151

Trenton ..do... 66 1,178 ........ .....

Island Numbers ..do... 4 43 ........ .....

10

Fort Pillow ..do... ....... ...... ........ .....

Memphis ..do... 100 1,498 ......... .....

Iuka ..do... ....... ...... ......... .....

Unassigned 23 258 ......... .....

companies

Totals 1,005 16,039 55 928

Station Troops Officers Men Total Aggre-

present gate

present

Columbus {First 27 369 6,862 7,260

(Pillow's)

Div

Columbus {Second 4 66 3,246 3,429

(Cheatham'

s) Div.*

Columbus {Third 7 193 3,034 3,200

(McCown's)

Div.*

Columbus {Fourth 4 64 3,165 3,341

(Bowen's)

Div.*

Fort Henry Garrison ....... ..... 2,070 2,179

Trenton ..do... ....... ..... 1,318 1,386

Island ..do... ........ ..... 63 68

Numbers 10

Fort Pillow ..do... ....... ..... 787 839

Memphis ..do... ........ ..... 2,030 2,140

Iuka ..do... ........ ..... 1,006 1,054

Unassigned ........ ..... 289 312

companies

Totals 42 692 23,870 15,208

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*The return does not name the commanders of the Second, Third, and Fourth Divisions, but the officers indicated were assigned to these commands October 24, 1861.

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Abstract from monthly return of McCulloch's Division, Provisional Forces, C. S. Army, commanded by Brigadier General Ben. McCulloch, for October, 1861.

Infantry Cavalry

Troops Officers Men Officers Men

Fourth Arkansas Regiment 23 304 ....... .....

Infantry (McNair)

Fourteenth Arkansas 45 734 ....... .....

Regiment Infantry

(Mitchell)

Third Louisiana Regiment 26 444 ....... .....

Infantry (Hebert)

McRae's battalion 11 195 ....... .....

First Arkansas Mounted ....... ....... 36 573

Rifles (Churchill)

Second Arkansas Mounted ....... ...... 37 405

Rifles (McIntosh)

South Kansas-Texas Reg't ....... ...... 38 669

Cavalry (Greer)

Second Texas Regiment ....... ....... 46 813

Cavalry (Stone)

Whitfield's Texas ....... ...... 15 272

battalion

Burnett's company Texas ....... ....... 4 72

cavalry

Hill's and Turner's ....... ....... 8 136

companies

Goode's battery (6 guns) ....... ...... ....... .....

Hart's battery (4 guns) ....... ....... ....... .....

Provence's battery (4 ....... ....... ....... .....

guns)

Grand total 105 1,677 184 2,940

Troops Officers Men Aggregate Aggregate

present present

and absent

Fourth Arkansas ....... ....... 397 587

Regiment Infantry

(McNair)

Fourteenth Arkansas ....... ....... 890 938

Regiment Infantry

(Mitchell)

Third Louisiana ....... ...... 584 769

Regiment Infantry

(Hebert)

McRae's battalion ....... ...... 228 358

First Arkansas ....... ....... 681 880

Mounted Rifles

(Churchill)

Second Arkansas ....... ...... 553 723

Mounted Rifles

(McIntosh)

South Kansas-Texas ....... ...... 753 1,026

Reg't Cavalry

(Greer)

Second Texas ....... ....... 869 939

Regiment Cavalry

(Stone)

Whitfield's Texas ....... ....... 315 339

battalion

Burnett's company ....... ...... 78 84

Texas cavalry

Hill's and Turner's ....... ...... 144 144

companies

Goode's battery (6 5 92 103 109

guns)

Hart's battery (4 4 70 75 75

guns)

Provence's battery 3 70 73 73

(4 guns)

Grand total 12 232 5,743 7,044

HEADQUARTERS DIVISION,

Camp Harbin, Mo., November 5, 1861-8 p. m.

Major General STERLING PRICE,

Commanding Missouri State Guard, Cassville, Mo:

GENERAL: I have just received a letter from Colonel McIntosh. Three detachments of the Texas regiments had been near Springfield; one party 3 miles northeast of town, and the other two within 1 mile of it. The following is the result of the reconnaissance, and which the officer in command considers reliable: