War of the Rebellion: Serial 030 Page 0446 KY., MID., AND E. TENN., N. ALA., AND SW. VA., Chapter XXXII.

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Artillery

Command. Office Men. Effecti Aggrega Aggregat

rs ve te e

total present present

and

absent

Polk's corps 39 968 16,604 19,372 28,975

Hardee's corps 30 721 12,909 14,737 24,206

Smith's corps --- --- 10,937 12,811 19,981

Jackson's brigade --- --- 1,078 1,416 1,645

Wheeler's --- --- 7,520 8,520 10,815

division

Pegram's brigade ---- ---- 1,852 2,079 2,847

Morgan's brigade# ---- --- ---- ---- ----

Escort ---- --- 136 158 181

headquarters

Grand total 69 1,689 51,036 59,093 88,650

Abstract from return of Wharton's cavalry brigade, Army of Tennessee, for December 10, 1862

Command. Effecti Total Aggrega Remarks

ve te

1st Confederate 136 272 313 Two companies

on detached

service.

3rd Confederate 448 506 539 Two companies

on detached

service.

2nd Georgia 342 399 427 One company

in Virginia

and one with

General

Cheatham.

4th Tennessee 163 176 190 Six companies

on detached

service.

Bledsoe's Tennessee 194 205 225

battalion

8th Texas 396 491 531

Gibson's Georgia 67 86 90

battery

Section of 25 27 29

artillery

Cavalry company ---- ---- ----

(couriers)

Total 1,771 2,162 2,344

GENERAL ORDERS,

HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF TENNESSEE,

Numbers 10.

Murfreesborough, Tenn., December 11, 1862.

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II. The country for miles around our military stations is full of officers and soldiers, visiting, loitering, and marauding. Many of them quarter themselves on the people of the country, claiming as a right that they should be entertained. Such parties are not only not authorized, but are denounced as highly pernicious to the discipline and efficiency of the army, and the general calls on commanding officers and citizens to aid him in the suppression of this evil.

Any non-commissioned officer or soldier found 1 mile from his camp without leave in writing, and any officer or soldier who shall be out of his quarters or camp without leave of his superior officer, is liable to trial and punishment, under the Forty-first and Forty-second Articles of War.

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*Artillery and cavalry in Smith's corps not reported.

#Reported in Wheeler's division.

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