War of the Rebellion: Serial 021 Page 1062 W. FLA., S.ALA.,S.MISS., LA., TEX., N. MEX. Chapter XXVII.

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GREGG'S BRIGADE.

Brigadier General JOHN GREGG commanding.

9th Louisiana Battalion.

3rd Tennessee.

20th Tennessee.

30th Tennessee.

41st Tennessee.

50th Tennessee.

1st Tennessee Battalion.

7th Texas.

1st Missouri Light Artillery.

Brookhaven Light Battery.

PONCHATOULA.

Col. J. M. SIMONTON commanding.

McLaurin's battalion.

Cochran's command.

Herren's command.

Lester's command.

CAVALRY COMMAND.

Lieutenant Col. GEORGE GANTT commanding.

9th Tennessee Battalion, Major James H. Akin.

Garland's battalion, Major W. H. Garland.

Hughes' battalion, Lieutenant-Colonel Wilbourn.

Bryan's company, Captain Bryan.

Cage's company, Captain Cage.

Gonzales' (Daigre's) company, Captain Gonzales.

Norman's company, Captain Norman.

Stockdale's company, Captain Stockdale.

Terrell's company, Captain Terrell.

UNATTACHED.

9th Louisiana Battalion Partisan Rangers, Major J. De Baun.

Rhodes' company, Captain T. C. Rhodes.

HEAVY ARTILLERY.

Lieutenant Col. M. J. SMITH, commanding.

1st Alabama, Lieutenant Col. M. B. Locke.

12th Louisiana Battalion, Lieutenant Col. P. F. De Gournay.

1st Tennessee Battalion, Lieutenant Col. P. F. De Gournay.

PROVOST GUARD (unattached companies).

Lewis' company light infantry, Lieutenant C. L. Barrot.

English's (Mississippi) artillery, Lieutenant W. W. Wilkins.

GENERAL ORDERS, HDQRS. DEPARTMENT TRANS-MISSISSIPPI, No. 9.

Shreveport, La., April 30, 1863.

The following officers are announced upon the staff of the commanding general:

Major George Williamson, assistant adjutant-general.

Major T. G. Rhett, chief of artillery.

By command of Lieutenant General E. Kirby Smith:

H. P. PRATT,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT TRANS-MISSISSIPPI,

Shreveport, April 30, 1863.

Brigadier-General SCURRY,

Commanding, &c., Houston, Tex.:

GENERAL: Since my letter of the 28th instant General Smith has learned that none of the troops designated are armed. If such is the case he desires that you will arm them if possible from your supplies.

The concentration of these troops upon the Sabine places them in front of General Banks should he attempt to reach Texas by direct march. It also places them at a convenient point for action should the enemy undertake the coast of Texas.