Brigadier General EBENEZER DUMONT.
Colonel MARSHAL W. CHAPIN.
129th Illinois, Colonel George P. Smith.
23rd Michigan, Major Benjamin f. Fisher.
102nd Ohio, Colonel William Given.
111th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel Benj. W. Johnson.
Colonel GEORGE T. LIMBERG.
104th Illinois, Colonel Absalom B. Moore.
106th Ohio, Colonel Gustavus Tafel.
108 Ohio, Major Jacob A. Egly.
Brigadier General ROBERT S. GRANGER.
98th Illinois, Colonel John J. Funkhouser
72nd Indiana, Colonel Abram O. Miller.
75th Indiana, Lieutenant Colonel William O'Brien.
Brigadier General WILLIAM T. WARD.
102nd Illinois, Colonel William McMurtrie.
105th Illinois, Colonel Daniel Dustin.
79th Ohio, Colonel Azariah W. Doan.
Chicago Board of trade Battery, Captain James H. Stokes.
13th Indiana Battery,+ Captain Benjamin S. Nicklin.
18th Indiana Battery, Captain Eli Lilly.
LOUISVILLE, KY., November 1, 1862-5.15 p. m.
In pursuance of your instructions of the 24th I have turned over my command to Major-General rosecrans. Your letter leaves me in doubt as to the point I am required to report.
D. C. BUELL,
WASHINGTON, D. C., November 2, 1862.
Major-General BUELL, Louisville:
The Secretary of War directed that you repair to Indianapolis, Ind., and report by letter. What further orders he purposed giving you I am not informed.
H. W. HALLECK,
HEADQUARTERS OF THE ARMY,
Washington, D. C., November 11, 1862.
GENERAL: By direction of the general-in-chief I inclose you a copy of communication from the Secretary of War to him directing inquiry to be made into the operations of the forces recently under your command in Tennessee and Kentucky.++
*As reported October 12, 1862.
+ Reported also as in the district of Louisville.
++ See Part I, p. 6.