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Abstract from field return of the First and Second Army Corps and commands of Madrid Bend, Island Numbers 10, and Fort Pillow, Army of the Mississippi, and of General Hardee's division of the Central Army [of Kentucky], April 1, 1862.

Present.

Aggregate

Command. Effective Aggregate present Remarks.

total. . and

absent.

From the

Infantry: commander of

First

Madrid Bend Corps only

and Island 1,996 2,822 3,479 two

10. divisions,

with four

Fort Pillow. 1,741 2,732 3,302 batteries,

are reported.

Returns

First are wanted

(Polk's) from the

Corps (First 8,475 10,216 11,866 following

and Second commands of

Divisions). his corps,

viz: Lieuten-

Second ant-Colonel

(Bragg's) 14,868 19,564 23,371 Brewer's

Corps*. cavalry bat-

talion,

Purdy;

[Third Colonel

(Hardee's) Jackson's

Corps], 4,545 5,750 7,462 regiment,

Hardee's Union City;

division. Major King's

battalion,

McKenzie's

Station;

Lieutenant-

Colonel

Miller,

Total 31,625 41,084 49,480 Lexington;

infantry. Colonel

Hill's

regiment,

Tren-

Heavy ton; Colonel

artillery: Travis'

regiment Cor-

Madrid Bend inth; Captain

and Island 306 398 448 Bankhead's

10. battery.

From

Fort Pillow. 239 280 345 commander

Second Corps

Light everything

artillery: reported.

From

Fort Pillow. 115 116 125 commander of

Third Corps:

First Corps He reports

(four 398 452 501 his old

batteries). division,

com-

Second Corps posed of two

(seven 661 799 902 brigades, two

batteries). bat-

teries, and

seven

Hardee's battalions of

division. 310 457 405 light

artillery and

cavalry. This

is all

reported from

the Central

Total 2,029 2,502 2,726 Army.+

artillery. From Madrid

Bend and

Island 10

there is no

Cavalry: report of the

cavalry or

of the

Second Corps. 610 812 1,355 Eleventh and

Twelfth

Arkan-

sas Regiments

Hardee's 840 1,067 1,352 or the Fourth

division. Arkansas

Battalion.

Total 1,450 1,879 2,707

cavalry.

Sappers and

Miners, Fort 43 59 61

Pillow.

Grand total. 35,147 45,524 54,974

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*Consisting of Ruggles' and Withers' divisions.

+See under date of March 31, ante.

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Abstract from field return of the First Army Corps, Army of the Mississippi, Major General Leonidas Polk commanding, April 1, 1862.

Present for duty.

Troops. Officers. Men. Effective Aggregate

total. present.

First Division:

Infantry. 302 4,376 4,356 5,645

Artillery. 16 294 304 391

Second Division:

Infantry. 142 2,119 2,119 2,722

Artillery. 6 100 100 114

Cavalry. 44 621 621 847

Brigade:

Infantry. 102 1,538 1,538 2,026

Artillery. 6 98 98 114

Total. 618 9,146 9,136 11,859

CONTINUATION:

Troops. Aggregate present Pieces of

and absent. artillery.

First Division:

Infantry. 6,672

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Artillery. 435 18

Second Division:

Infantry. 3,239

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Artillery. 191 10

Cavalry. 1,146

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Brigade:

Infantry. 2,375

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Artillery. 133 6

Total. 14,191 34