War of the Rebellion: Serial 011 Page 0495 Chapter XXII. CORRESPONDENCE,ETC-CONFEDERATE.

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From Mooresville to Harrisburg, bad road, 8 miles.

From Harrisburg to Tupelo, good road, 28 miles.

From Tupelo to Okolona, good in dry weather, 19 miles.

From Okolona to West Point, good in dry weather, 32 miles.

From Okolona to Houston, good in dry weather, 18 miles.

Roads to retire by in case of necessity:

1st. Corinth to Danville, by road east of railroad, via Widow Smith's and the Morrison house, destroying bridge across Tuscumbia, 1 mile from Danville (inquire if said bridge has not been destroyed); then on to Rienzi; then to Booneville.

2nd. Corinth to Danville, via road near railroad, on east side, crossing it at 4 miles from Corinth; then on west side to Danville; then to Booneville.

3rd. Corinth to Danville, via old turnpike to Kossuth; but about 2 miles from there turn down to Danville or keep on to Kossuth, then turn down to Danville.

4th. Or go on by said road to Ripley.

Statement of Missouri troops in the Army of the West, Corinth, Miss., May 5, 1862.

Organizations. Aggregate Aggregate

present. present and

absent.

Infantry:

Burbridge's regiment 590 923

Campbell's battalion 400 585

Clark's battalion 119 158

Hughes' battalion 148 179

McCown's regiment 476 653

MacFarlane's regiment 547 822

Priest' regiment 368 453

Pritchard's regiment 450 754

Rosser's battalion 281 350

Cavalry:

Gates' regiment (dismounted) 536 777

Hill's company 51 71

McCulloch's regiment (dismounted) 444 476

Murphy's company 100 116

Reves' company 52 72

Artillery, batteries:

Bledsoe's 53 76

Clark's 91 104

Gorham's 43 50

Guibor's 69 80

Kelly's --- ---

Kneisley's --- ---

Landis' 62 69

Lucas' 70 72

MacDonald's 100 100

Teel's [Texas] --- ---

Wade's 107 116

Brig. General M. Jeff. Thompson's 701 910

brigade

Grand total 4,958 7,866

DABNEY H. MAURY,

Assistant Adjutant-General.