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Abstract from Return of the Department of the Tennessee, &c.-Continued.

Present for duty

Command. Officer Men. Aggrega Aggrega

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present present

and

absent.

SEVENTH DIVISION,

THIRTEENTH ARMY CORPS.

(Headquarters near

Memphis, Tenn.)

Brigadier General I. F.

QUINBY.

Staff 8 - 8 8

Infantry 304 5,614 6,750 9,257

Cavalry 1 27 38 71

Artillery 8 367 413 643

Total Seventh Division 321 6,008 7,209 9,979

TENTH DIVISION,

THIRTEENTH ARMY CORPS,

ARMY OF THE MISSISSIPPI

(Headquarters Young's

Point, La, opposite

Vicksburg.)

Second Brigade.

Colonel W. J. LANDRAM.

Staff 5 - 5 5

Infantry. 155 2,970 3,572 4,736

Total Second Brigade. 160 2,970 3,577 4,741

DISTRICT OF CORINTH.

(Headquarters Corinth,

Miss.)

Brigadier General

GRENVILLE M. DODGE.

Infantry 313 5,363 6,951 8,313

Cavalry 8 218 287 352

Artillery 10 305 376 411

Sappers and Miners 1 60 61 69

Total District of Corinth 332 5,946 7,675 9,145

DISTRICT OF COLUMBUS.*

(Headquarters Columbus,

Ky.)

Brigadier General

THOMAS A. DAVIES.

Staff, Columbus, Ky.: 9 - 9 10

Major John R. Edie, 36 867 9,186 1,429

Cairo, Ill.

Brigadier General T. M. 41 779 853 946

Tuttle, Paducah, Ky.:

Colonel Silas Noble, 10 249 426 679

Forst Henry, Heiman, and

Donelson:

Colonel W. W. Lowe, 104 2,079 2,735 2,973

Hickman, Ky.:

Captain E. W. Blake, 2 131 162 166

Island Numbers 10, Tenn.:

Major R. B. Jones, Fort 4 69 115 124

Pillow, Tenn.:

Major W. T. Strickland, 22 474 617 694

En route to Fort Pillow:

Captain Frank Moore - - 98 98

Total District of 228 4,645 6,201 7,119

Columbus

Grant total# 2,330 44,262 53,540 67,479

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SEVENTH DIVISION,

THIRTEENTH ARMY CORPS.

(Headquarters near

Memphis, Tenn.)

Brigadier General I. F.

QUINBY.

Staff 8 - -

Infantry 9,372 - -

Cavalry 70 - -

Artillery 653 - 20

Total Seventh Division 10,103 - 20

TENTH DIVISION,

THIRTEENTH ARMY CORPS,

ARMY OF THE MISSISSIPPI

(Headquarters Young's

Point, La, opposite

Vicksburg.)

Second Brigade.

Colonel W. J. LANDRAM.

Staff 4 - -

Infantry. 4,776 - -

Total Second Brigade. 4,780 - -

DISTRICT OF CORINTH.

(Headquarters Corinth,

Miss.)

Brigadier General

GRENVILLE M. DODGE.

Infantry 7,898 - -

Cavalry 355 - -

Artillery 454 - -

Sappers and Miners 69 - -

Total District of Corinth 8,776 - -

DISTRICT OF COLUMBUS.*

(Headquarters Columbus,

Ky.)

Brigadier General

THOMAS A. DAVIES.

Staff, Columbus, Ky.: 10 - -

Major John R. Edie, 1,361 11 -

Cairo, Ill.

Brigadier General T. M. 947 - -

Tuttle, Paducah, Ky.:

Colonel Silas Noble, 685 - 3

Forst Henry, Heiman, and

Donelson:

Colonel W. W. Lowe, 2,957 4 9

Hickman, Ky.:

Captain E. W. Blake, 166 2 2

Island Numbers 10, Tenn.:

Major R. B. Jones, Fort 223 61 2

Pillow, Tenn.:

Major W. T. Strickland, 714 - -

En route to Fort Pillow:

Captain Frank Moore - - -

Total District of 7,063 78 16

Columbus

Grant total# 66,710 82 16

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*Taken from return of December 10.

#Cavalry division not reported as reorganized. Grierson's brigade reported in right wing.

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