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Abstract from tri-monthly return of United States forces at and near Nashville, Tenn., Major General George H. Thomas commanding, for September 10, 1862, and Brigadier General James S. Negley commanding, for September 20, 1862; headquarters Nashville, Tenn.

THOMAS' COMMAND, SEPTEMBER 10, 1862.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

Major-general and staff 10 --- 10

Post of Nashville,

Tenn.:

Infantry 31 768 919

Cavalry 18 706 782

Artillery 16 365 405

Total 65 1,839 2,106

First Division of the

Army of the Ohio:

Brigadier-General 8 --- 8

Schoepf and staff

First Brigade 93 2,233 2,412

Second Brigade 126 2,255 2,491

Third Brigade 130 2,913 3,249

Total 375 7,401 8,160

Eighth Division of the

Army of the Ohio:

Brigadier-General Negley 6 --- 7

and staff

Seventh Brigade 106 2,583 2,933

Twenty-ninth Brigade 101 2,290 2,628

Cavalry 12 228 273

Artillery 7 209 222

Total 232 5,310 6,063

First Division of the

Army of the Mississippi:

General Palmer and staff 7 --- 7

First Brigade 85 2,149 2,339

Second Brigade 143 2,609 2,899

Total 235 4,758 5,245

Grand total 899 19,308 21,584

Command. Aggregate Aggregate Pieces of

present last field

and return. artillery.

absent.

Major-general and staff 10 --- ---

Post of Nashville,

Tenn.:

Infantry 1,051 913 --

Cavalry 803 1,566 ---

Artillery 486 485 18

Total 2,340 2,964 18

First Division of the

Army of the Ohio:

Brigadier-General 8 8 ---

Schoepf and staff

First Brigade 3,368 3,382 ---

Second Brigade 3,294 3,301 ---

Third Brigade 3,981 3,952 ---

Total 10,651 10, 6434 ---

Eighth Division of the

Army of the Ohio:

Brigadier-General Negley 7 --- ---

and staff

Seventh Brigade 3,336 --- ---

Twenty-ninth Brigade 3,171 --- ---

Cavalry 376 --- ---

Artillery 300 --- 8

Total 7,190 --- 8

First Division of the

Army of the Mississippi:

General Palmer and staff 7 7 ---

First Brigade 2,904 2,933 ---

Second Brigade 3,160 4,160 ---

Total 6,071 7,100 ---

Grand total 26,262 20,707 26

NEGLEY'S COMMAND, SEPTEMBER 20, 1862.

Commanding general and 7 --- 7

staff

Post of Nashville, Tenn:

Infantry 26 737 911

Cavalry 16 722 775

Artillery 16 372 406

Total 58 1,831 2,092

Eighth Division of the Army

of the Ohio:*

Seventh Brigade, Colonel 105 2,576 2,927

John F. Miller

Twenty-ninth Brigade, 97 2,297 2,647

Colonel T. R. Stanley

Cavalry 11 232 278

Artillery 7 208 222

Total 220 5,313 6,074

First Division of the Army

of the Mississippi:

Brigadier General John M. 7 --- 7

Palmer and staff

First Brigade, Colonel G. 85 2,149 2,339

W. Roberts

Second Brigade, Brigadier 143 2,609 2,899

General James D. Morgan

Total 235 4,758 5,245

Grant total 520 11,902 13,418

Commanding general and 7 10 ---

staff

Post of Nashville, Tenn:

Infantry 1,003 1,055 ---

Cavalry 794 803 ---

Artillery 487 486 18

Total 2,284 2,344 18

Eighth Division of the Army

of the Ohio:*

Seventh Brigade, Colonel 3,333 3,336 ---

John F. Miller

Twenty-ninth Brigade, 3,154 3,171 ---

Colonel T. R. Stanley

Cavalry 389 378 ---

Artillery 300 300 8

Total 7,176 7,185 8

First Division of the Army

of the Mississippi:

Brigadier General John M. 7 ---

Palmer and staff

First Brigade, Colonel G. 2,904 2,904 ---

W. Roberts

Second Brigade, Brigadier 3,160 3,160 ---

General James D. Morgan

Total 6,071 6,064 ---

Grant total 15,538 15,603 26

First Division, Army of the Ohio, removed from the command since last report.

Third Indiana Cavalry (one company) reported with Major-General Thomas, in Kentucky.

* Brigadier-General Negley commanding post and division.