Major-General PATTON ANDERSON.
Colonel W. S. DILWORTH.
Brig. General DANIEL W. ADAMS.
Colonel SAMUEL POWELL.
Colonel THOMAS M. JONES.
[Inclosure No. 2.]
CAVALRY ORGANIZATION OF THE ARMY OF TENNESSEE.
POLK'S CORPS.-One regular brigade, to be composed of from 1,500 to 2,000 men, Brig. General Joseph Wheeler commanding.
HARDEE'S CORPS.-One regular brigade, to be composed of from 1,500 to 2,000 men, Colonel John A. Wharton commanding.
INDEPENDENT ORGANIZATIONS.-One brigade of 2,500 men, Brig. General N. B. Forrest commanding. One brigade of 2,500 men, Colonel John H. Morgan commanding. Both of these brigades to act as partisans.
(These organizations are not complete, so that the regiments composing brigades are not stated; but the force is all in hand, and the troops are now actually engaged.)
HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF MIDDLE TENNESSEE,
Murfreesborough, November 22, 1862.
Commanding Cavalry Brigade:
GENERAL: I am instructed by the major-general commanding to say, in reply to your note, concerning the destruction of the rails on the railroad this side of the Mill Creek Bridge, that he wishes them destroyed, inasmuch as he has no means of removing them. He wishes to know whether or not the bridges have been destroyed on the Nashville and Columbia road.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
JOHN A. BUCKNER,
Lieutenant-Colonel and Assistant Adjutant-General.
HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF TENNESSEE,
No. 2. Tullahoma, November 22, 1862.
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III. The cavalry brigade under Brigadier-General Wheeler is hereby transferred from Polk's corps to Hardee's corps. The cavalry brigade
*By Special Orders, Department No. 2, November 17, 1862, Colonel E. C. Walthall, Twenty-ninth Mississippi Infantry, was ordered to report to Lieutenant-General Hardee for assignment to command of a brigade.