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Abstract from Consolidated Morning Report of the District of the Ohio, Major General D. C. Buell commanding, for August 1, 1862.

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SEVENTH DIVISION.

Brigadier-General

MORGAN.

Staff 6 ........ 6 6

Artillery 9 299 308 343

Cavalry 7 221 228 262

Signal Corps 3 10 13 13

Independent Company 2 16 18 20

of Engineers and

Mechanics

Infantry 387 8,059 8,446 9,682

Total Seventh 414 8,605 9,019 10,326

Division

SEVENTH BRIGADE.

Brigadier-General

NEGLEY.

Staff 9 ........ 9 9

Infantry 106 2,726 2,832 2,974

Total Seventh 115 2,726 2,841 2,983

Brigade

FORCES AT

NASHVILLE.

Colonel J. F.

MILLER.

Staff 4 ......... 4 4

Artillery 3 115 118 122

Cavalry 19 163 182 197

Infantry 154 3,197 3,351 3,770

Total forces at 180 3,475 3,655 4,093

Nashville

MISCELLANEOUS

Artillery Reserve 17 496 513 546

(Major Lawrence)

Cavalry Brigade 34 540 574 745

(Colonel McCook)

Signal Corps 5 12 17 17

(Captain Merrill)

Michigan Engineers 24 327 351 462

and Mechanics

(Colonel Innes)

Unattached 5 106 111 119

artillery

Unattached cavalry 118 2,410 2,528 2,825

Unattached infantry 182 4,272 4,454 4,873

Total 385 8,163 8,548 9,587

Grand total 3,075 60,740 63,815 70,490

District of the

Ohio

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SEVENTH DIVISION.

Brigadier-General

MORGAN.

Staff 6 ......... 6

Artillery 379 ......... 380

Cavalry 391 ......... 391

Signal Corps 13 ......... 13

Independent Company 32 ......... ........

of Engineers and

Mechanics

Infantry 11,645 ......... 11,649

Total Seventh 12,466 ......... 12,439

Division

SEVENTH BRIGADE.

Brigadier-General

NEGLEY.

Staff 12 ......... 12

Infantry 3,625 ......... 3,625

Total Seventh 3,637 ......... 3,637

Brigade

FORCES AT

NASHVILLE.

Colonel J. F.

MILLER.

Staff 4 ......... 4

Artillery 145 6 145

Cavalry 249 ......... 311

Infantry 4,414 ......... 4,411

Total forces at 4,812 6 4,871

Nashville

MISCELLANEOUS

Artillery Reserve 702 ......... 704

(Major Lawrence)

Cavalry Brigade 1,214 ......... 1,214

(Colonel McCook)

Signal Corps 17 ......... ........

(Captain Merrill) .

Michigan Engineers 763 ......... 770

and Mechanics

(Colonel Innes)

Unattached 168 ......... 168

artillery

Unattached cavalry 3,407 ......... 2,295

Unattached infantry 6,011 ......... 6,011

Total 12,282 ......... 11,162

Grand total 94,742 72 93,726

District of the

Ohio

HEADQUARTERS, Huntsville, August 2, 1862.

J. B. ANDERSON, Nashville:

Put your force on the McMinnville road at once; to-day, if possible. General Smith says "the only bridge of any size that is injured is the one at Manchester, and that but slightly. One or two days will suffice to repair it." Push forward supplies as rapidly as possible, so that we may not suffer if the road should be broken again.

D. C. BUELL.

NASHVILLE, August 2, 1862.

Major General D. C. BUELL:

I have examined thoroughly the situation of shops, and am of opinion