War of the Rebellion: Serial 025 Page 0600 WEST TENN. AND NORTHERN MISS. Chapter XXIX.

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Rice, in lieu of beans or peas................pounds....10

Coffee to 100 rations............................do..... 3

Rye to 100 rations...............................do......3

Sugar to 100 rations.............................do.....12

Molasses to 100 rations..........................quarts.12

Vinegar to 100 rations..........................do..... 4

Soap to 100 rations............................pounds... 4

Salt to 100 rations............................quarts... 2

Sperm candles to 100 rations...................pounds... 1

Star candles to 100 rations......................do.....11/4

Tallow candles to 100 rations....................do.....11/2

Eight ounces of and may be issued in lieu of one ration of bacon or pork. Extra issues of fresh vegetables when practicable. Pork and bacon two days in seven, and fresh and salt beef five days in seven. The commutation price of rations until further orders will be twenty-five cents.

II. Under existing circumstances no officer's wife or family shall be permitted to remain with the troops in the field when within two day's march or 50 miles of the enemy.

By command of General Beauregard:

GEORGE WM. BRENT,

Acting Chief of Staff.

SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS WESTERN DEPARTMENT,

Numbers 82. Tupelo, Miss., June 14, 1862.

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IV. Colonel St. John R. Liddell, Provisional Army of the Confederate States, will assume command of the First Brigade, Third Army Corps, and report at once to Major-General Hardee.

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By command of General Beauregard:

[GEORGE WM. BRENT,]

Acting Chief of Staff.

Abstract from Statement of Troops at and about Grenada, Miss., Brigadier General John B. Villegue, C. S. Army, commanding June 14, 1862.

T o t a l s.

Commands. Present. Absent. Present Unarmed.

and

absent.

1st Alabama 111 58 169 .......

12th 849 217 1,066 275

Louisiana

20th 45 ......... 45 45

Mississippi

33rd 669 310 979 979

Mississippi

Harman's 102 92 194 194

Mississippi

regiment

Missouri 247 127 374 209

Volunteers

1st 320 111 431 .........

Confederate

Battalion

Ford's 58 17 75 75

cavalry

company

Morehead's 42 42 84 ..........

Partisan

Rangers

Point Coupee 165 9 174 ..........

Light

Artillery

Ward's 202 49 251 174

Artillery

Battalion

Gallimard's 50 ......... 50 ..........

Sappers and

Miners

Total 2,860 1,032 3,892 1,951