War of the Rebellion: Serial 007 Page 0814 OPERATIONS IN KY., TENN., N. ALA., AND S. W. VA. Chapter XVII.

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Abstract from consolidated report of the Central Army of Kentucky, Major-General Hardee, C. S. Army, commanding, for December 31, 1861.

(BOWLING GREEN, KY.)

Present for duty.

Infantry. Cavalry.

Troops. Officers Men. Officers Men.

1st (Hardee's) 412 5,537 52 544

Division.

2nd (Buckner's) 407 5,972 53 655

Division.

4th (Bowen's) 203 3,493 - -

Division.

Clark's brigade 145 1,617 38 495

Davis' brigade 53 1,164 - -

(sixty-days'

volunteers)

Miscellaneous 17 257 - -

Total 1,237 18,040 143 1,694

Artillery.

Troops. Officers Men. Aggregat Aggregat

e e

present present

and

absent.

1st (Hardee's) 19 395 6,959 11,429

Division.

2nd (Buckner's) 37 688 7,812 11,761

Division.

4th (Bowen's) - - 3,696 4,806

Division.

Clark's brigade - - 2,295 3,550

Davis' brigade - - 1,217 1,636

(sixty-days'

volunteers)

Miscellaneous - - 274 615

Total 56 1,083 22,272 33,816

AGGREGATE PRESENT FOR DUTY.

Infantry............................................. 19,277

Cavalry.............................................. 1,837

Artillery............................................ 1,139

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Grand aggregate...................................... 22,253

Abstract from the weekly return of the troops commanded by Brigadier General . F. K. Zollicoffer, C. S. Army, for December 31, 1861.

(BEECH GROVE, KY.)

Present for duty.

Officers Men. Aggregate Number

Troops. present of guns.

and

absent

Infantry* 238 4,515 6,550 -

Cavalry# 70 1,095 1,644 -

Artillery## 10 226 257 14

Total 318 5,836 8,451 14

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*The Sixteenth Alabama, Fifteenth Mississippi, and Seventeenth, Nineteenth, Twentieth, Twenty-fifth, and Twenty-eighth Tennessee Regiments.

#The First, Third, Fourth, and Fifth Tennessee Battalions, and two independent companies.

##McClung's and Rutledge's batteries.

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HEADQUARTERS WESTERN DEPARTMENT,

Bowling Green, January 1, 1862.

Major-General HARDEE, Commanding:

GENERAL: General Johnston directs that notice be given to the residents of this city that a conflict is to be expected here, and advise that they remove from the scene.

You will further have notice given to all persons residing within