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Abstract from Returns of the Mountain Department, Departments of the Rappahannock and of the Shenandoah, and District of Washington, for the month of May, 1862.

Present for duty.

Commands. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

The Mountain 1,167 25,616 30,020

Department

Department of the 2,023 42,422 47,484

Rappahannock

Department of the 396 8,343 9,662

Shenandoah

District of 613 12,232 14,086

Washington+

Total 4,199 88,613 101,252

Continuation: Pieces of artillery.

Commands. Aggregate Heavy. Field.

present and

absent.

The Mountain 35,390 ---- *

Department

Department of the 56,747 ---- 86

Rappahannock

Department of the 11,551 ---- 16

Shenandoah

District of # 18,572 & &

Washington+

Total 122,260 ---- 102

* Not reported on the original return.

+ No report from Sturgis' brigade.

# This aggregate embraces 2,445 men of new arrivals, not accounted for under other headings.

& Original reports 248 pieces of artillery (not classified) as south of the Potomac.

Abstract from Return of the Mountain Department, Major General John C. Fremont commanding, for May, 1862.

Present for duty.

Commands. Officers. Men. Aggregate Aggregate

present. present

and

absent.

District of 376 8,033 9,741 11,814

the Kanawha

(Cox)

Railroad 78 2,400 2,734 2,884

District

(Kelley)

Blenker's 386 7,885 8,627 10,333

division

Milroy's 134 2,780 3,555 3,779

brigade

Schenck 93 2,242 2,668 3,150

brigade

Petersburg 51 1,101 1,215 1,658

Piketon, Ky 49 1,175 1,480 1,772

Total 1,167 25,616 30,020 35,390

Organization of troops in the District of the Kanawha, Brigadier General Jacob D. Cox, U. S. Army, commanding, May 31, 1862.*

First Brigade.

Colonel E. P. SCAMMON.

12th Ohio.

23rd Ohio.

30th Ohio.

McMullin's (Ohio) battery.

Second Brigade.

Colonel A. MOOR.

28th Ohio.

34th Ohio.

37th Ohio.

Simmonds' (Kentucky) battery.

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* As announced in General Orders, Numbers 13, District Headquarters, May 7, 1862; regimental and other subordinate commanders not indicated.

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