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Abstract from return of the troops in the Department of the Missouri- Continued.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

Army of Southeastern

Missouri, Brigadier General

John W. Davidson:

Staff --- --- ---

First Division, Brigadier 128 2,378 2,897

General William P. Benton.

Second Division, Colonel 154 3,022 4,061

Chester Harding, jr.

Cavalry Division, Colonel 49 1,039 1,683

George E. Waring.

Total Army of Southeastern 331 6,439 8,641

Missouri

District of Nebraska, 28 524 758

Brigadier General James

Craig.

Missouri State Militia, 351 6,619 8,384

Governor Gamble.

Troops at Helena,* Colonel 124 2,556 3,445

Cyrus Bussey.

Grand total 1,894 35,930 48,722

Pieces of artillery.

Command. Aggregate Heavy. Field. Headquarters.

present and

absent.

Army of West Plains,

Southeastern Mo.

Missouri,

Brigadier General

John W. Davidson:

Staff 9 --- ---

First Division, 4,268 --- 10

Brigadier General

William P. Benton.

Second Division, 5,447 --- 6

Colonel Chester

Harding, jr.

Cavalry Division, 2,827 --- ---

Colonel George

E. Waring.

Total Army of 12,551 --- 16

Southeastern

Missouri

District of 819 --- --- Omaha City,

Nebraska, Nebr.

Brigadier

General James

Craig.

Missouri State 10,188 2 9 Saint Louis,

Militia, Governor Mo.

Gamble.

Troops at 4,288 --- 7

Helena,* Colonel

Cyrus Bussey.

Grand total 64,368 9 83

Abstract from return of the Department of the Northwest, Major General John Pope commanding, for January, 1863; headquarters Madison, Wis.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

Department staff 12 4 16

First Military District,

Brigadier General John Cook:

Staff 3 --- 3

Infantry 6 129 154

Cavalry 6 106 129

Total First Military District 15 235 286

District of Minnesota,

Brigadier General Henry

H. Sibley:

Infantry 153 2,939 3,432

Cavalry 36 837 962

Total District of Minnesota 189 3,766 4,394

State of Wisconsin, Brigadier

General Washington

L. Elliott:

Infantry:

Madison, Colonel Daniel J. Dill 50 1,282 1,775

Racine, Colonel Isaac 30 687 835

E. Measmore

Bayfield, Captain Harvey 2 48 55

Fairchild

Superior, Captain J. L. Dickson+ --- --- ---

Total State of Wisconsin 82 2,017 2,665

Grant total 298 6,032 7,361

Command. Aggregate Aggregate las

present and return.

absent.

Department staff 24 29

First Military District,

Brigadier General John Cook:

Staff 4 4

Infantry 289 289

Cavalry 183 185

Total First Military District 476 478

District of Minnesota,

Brigadier General Henry

H. Sibley:

Infantry 4,545 4,545

Cavalry 1,169 1,046

Total District of Minnesota 5,714 5,591

State of Wisconsin, Brigadier

General Washington L. Elliott:

Infantry:

Madison, Colonel Daniel J. Dill 1,867 1,898

Racine, Colonel Isaac 887 928

E. Measmore

Bayfield, Captain Hervey 71 71

Fairchild

Superior, Captain J. L. Dickson+ --- ---

Total State of Wisconsin 2,825 2,897

Grant total 9,039 8,995

Pieces of artillery.

Command. Heavy. Field. Headquarter.

Department staff Madison, Wis.

First Military District, Sioux City,

Brigadier General John Iowa.

Cook:

Staff --- ---

Infantry --- ---

Cavalry --- ---

Total First Military --- ---

District

District of Minnesota, Saint Paul,

Brigadier General Henry Minn.

H. Sibley:

Infantry 1 20

Cavalry --- ---

Total District of 1 20

Minnesota

State of Wisconsin,

Brigadier General

Washington L. Elliott:

Infantry: --- ---

Madison, Colonel Daniel --- ---

J. Dill

Racine, Colonel Isaac --- ---

E. Measmore

Bayfield, Captain Hervey --- ---

Fairchild

Superior, Captain --- ---

J. L. Dickson+

Total State of Wisconsin --- ---

Grant total 1 20

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*These troops belong to the Department of the Tennessee. Strength is given as reported January 20.

+Paroled troops organized into a company of about 60 men.

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