deeply regrets the cause which takes from us an offices so accomplished, zealous, and efficient.
Lieutenant-Colonel Blake is appointed to succeed General Frost, and will relieve him in the duties of the inspector-general's department.
By command of General Bragg:
GEO. G. GARNER,
Abstract from return of the Confederate forces prior to the evacuation of Corinth.
Present for duty
Infantry Cavalry Artillery
Troops Officers Men. Office Men Officer
Army of the 2,870 32,168 --- ---- 80
Army of the West 1,093 11,531 --- --- 47
236 3,868 ----
Grand total 3,963 43,699 236 3,868 1,324
Troops Men. Effective Aggregate Aggregate
total present present
Army of the 836 35,705 52,322 76,501
Army of the West 488 12,901 17,891 28,216
Cavalry --- 4,100 5,189 7,300
Grand total 1,324 52,706 75,402 112,017
Organization of Confederate States forces, commanded by General G. T. Beauregard, C. S. Army; Headquarters, Corinth, Miss., May [26?]
ARMY OF THE MISSISSIPPI. - General BRAXTON BRAGG commanding.
Major-General LEONIDAS POLK commanding.
Brigadier General CHARLES CLARK commanding.
Brigadier General B. R. JOHNSON, commanding.
Brigadier General A. P. STEWART commanding.
Major General B. F. CHEATHAM commanding.
Brigadier General D. S. DONELSON commanding.
154th Senior Tennessee
Brigadier General GEORGE MANEY commanding.