War of the Rebellion: Serial 006 Page 0819 Chapter XVI. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-CONFEDERATE.

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Abstract from return of Department, No. 1, commanded by Major General Mansfield Lovell, for January, 1862.

Present for duty.

Troops. Officers Men Aggregate

present

Forts Jackson and Saint 26 682 838

Philip

Fort Pike, La 8 193 245

Fort Livingston, La 9 248 275

Fort at Little Temple, La 3 80 83

Camp Benjamin, New 204 3,231 4,060

Orleans

Arsenal, New Orleans 2 70 79

Battalion Mississippi 11 124 260

Volunteers, New Orleans

Baton Rouge Barracks 1 4 5

Fort Guion 8 93 110

District of Lake Borgne 17 398 484

District of Berwick 42 807 943

Fort Quitman 5 137 150

Bay Saint Louis, Miss 34 594 750

Handsborough, Miss 24 386 532

Calcasien Pass, La 2 68 83

Total 396 7,115 8,897

Artillery.

Troops. Aggregate Heavy Field

present

and absent

Forts Jackson and Saint 892 112 5

Philip

Fort Pike, La 277 32 ........

Fort Livingston, La 294 12 4

Fort at Little Temple, La 96 ...... ......

Camp Benjamin, New 4,520 ....... 6

Orleans

Arsenal, New Orleans 81 ....... .......

Battalion Mississippi 291 ..... .....

Volunteers, New Orleans

Baton Rouge Barracks 5 ...... .......

Fort Guion 140 2 ........

District of Lake Borgne 513 ....... ........

District of Berwick 1,040 ........ ........

Fort Quitman 157 ....... ......

Bay Saint Louis, Miss 1,003 ........ .....

Handsborough, Miss 896 ....... ......

Calcasien Pass, La 91 ...... ......

Total 10,296 158 15

Abstract from field return of the Department of Alabama and West Florida, commanded by Major General Braxton Bragg, February 1, 1862.

Present for duty.

Troops Officers Men Aggrega- Aggrega

te te

present present

and

absent

Army of Pensacola, 377 5,254 6,790 8,150

Brigadier General

Sam. Jones, commanding

Army of Mobile, 440 6,777 9,278 10,056

Brigadier General

J. M. Withers,

commanding

Grand total 817 12,031 16,068 18,206

Organization of troops in the Department of Alabama and West Florida, commanded by Major General Braxton Bragg, February 1, 1862.

Army of Pensacola.

Brigadier General SAM. JONES, commanding.

1st Alabama.

17th Alabama.

1st Florida.

5th Georgia.

36th Georgia.

1st Louisiana.

5th Mississippi.

8th Mississippi.

9th Mississippi.

10th Mississippi.

27th Mississippi.

Independent Alabama mounted companies (2).

Independent Florida mounted company.

Company Alabama State Artillery.

Robertson's company light artillery.

Detachment C. S. Marines.

Army of Mobile.

Brigadier General J. M. WITHERS, commanding.

2nd Alabama.

18th Alabama.

19th Alabama.

20th Alabama.

21st Alabama.

22nd Alabama.

23rd Alabama.

24th Alabama.

25th Alabama.

2nd Alabama (Battalion).

Alabama infantry (1 company).

Battalion Mississippi volunteers.

Mississippi infantry (1 company).

Alabama Mounted volunteers (6 companies).

First Battalion Alabama Artillery.

Second Battalion Alabama Light Artillery.