Semi-weekly return of the effective force of the right wing, Fourteenth Army Corps, Major General A. McD. McCook, for December 18, 1862.
Command. Commissione Enlisted Total
d officers men
Brigadier General R.
Fourth Brigade, 108 2,442 2,550
Fifth Brigade, Colonel 113 2,368 2,481
E. N. Kirk
Sixth Brigade, 149 2,941 3,090
Third Battalion, Third 6 134 140
Indiana Cavalry, Major
Total Second Division 376 7,885 8,261
Brigadier General J. C.
Thirtieth Brigade, 101 1,617 1,718
Thirty-first Brigade, 90 2,091 2,181
Thirty-second Brigade, 84 1,661 1,745
Company B, Thirty- 3 41 44
Total Ninth Division 278 5,410 5,688
Thirty-fifth Brigade, 96 1,820 1,916
Thirty-seventh 105 2,219 2,324
Roberts' brigade, 82 2,025 2,107
Colonel G. W. Roberts
Battery G, First 4 95 99
Captain H. Hescock
Company L, Second 2 47 49
Total Eleventh 289 6,206 6,495
Total Right Wing, 943 19,501 20,444
Fourteenth Army Corps
A. McD. McCOOK,
CAMP HAMILTON, December 18, 1862.
Colonel J. P. GARESCHE, Chief of Staff:
Very quiet on my front to-day. Only a few of the enemy's scouts to be seen. They have a camp at Holt's Mill, about 4 miles from Brentwood, Wilson pike. Do not know their strength.
JAS. S. NEGLEY,
Gallatin, December 1862
A Mr. Thompson, living in Lebanon, and who was paroled by Colonel Gillem to appear at Nashville on the 1st of January, is here, direct from Lebanon. He says that a force of several thousand rebels was at Lebanon, yesterday, and returned last night toward Murfreesborough. They had a long train, and took back with them some 6,000 or 7,000 bushels of wheat. Says, also, that it is rumored at Lebanon that the rebel General Smith was up about New Middleton, with 20,000 to 25,000 men, and that Lebanon was to be his headquarters. According to the