and report the remaining ones, that they may be dismounted or some other disposition made of them by the general.
General Smith also directs that the spies be tried at once.
Respectfully, your obedient servant,
J. F. BELTON,
Organization of the Second Corps, Army of the Mississippi, Major-General Braxton Bragg commanding, April 28, 1862.*
Brig. General PATTON ANDERSON.
1st Florida (battalion).
Hodgson's (Louisiana) battery.
Brig. General ALFRED MOUTON.
Ducatel's (Louisiana) battery.
Brig. General DANIEL RUGGLES.
Crescent (Louisiana) Regiment.
Ketchum's (Alabama) battery.
Colonel J. C. MOORE.
Confederate Guards Response Battalion.
Brig. General F. GARDNER.
Brig. General JAMES R. CHALMERS.
Lumsden's (Alabama) battery.
Brig. General --- JACKSON.
Burtwell's (Alabama) battery.
Brig. General J. H. TRAPIER.
10th South Carolina.
19th South Carolina.
Waters' (Alabama) battery.
* As announced in General Orders, No. 23, Headquarters Second Corps, Corinth, Miss., of that date; names of regimental commander not indicated in original.
+ Claimed by Alabama and Florida.
@ Called Brown's regiment in original order.
# Called Blythe's regiment in original order.