Troops in the Department of the Northwest, commanded by Major General John Pope, June 30, 1863.
DISTRICT OF WISCONSIN.
Brigadier General THOMAS C. H. SMITH.
30th Wisconsin (detachment of), Colonel Daniel J. Dill.
DISTRICT OF MINNESOTA.
Brigadier General HENRY H. SIBLEY.
6th Minnesota, Colonel William Crooks.
7th Minnesota, Lieutenant Colonel William R. Marshall.
8th Minnesota, Colonel Minor T. Thomas.
9th Minnesota, Colonel Alexander Wilkin.
10th Minnesota, Colonel James H. Baker.
1st Minnesota, Mounted Rangers, Colonel Samuel McPhaill.
3rd Minnesota Battery, Captain John Jones.
DISTRICT OF IOWA.
Brigadier General BENJAMIN S. ROBERTS.
7th Iowa, 1st Battalion, Major Herman H. Heath.
Detached soldiers and recruits, Captain Robert M. Littler.
DISTRICT OF DAKOTA.
Brigadier General ALFRED SULLY.
41st Iowa, Major John Pattee.
30th Wisconsin (detachment), Lieutenant Colonel Edward M. Bartlett.
Dakota cavalry (two companies).*
6th Iowa Cavalry, Colonel David S. Wilson.
7th Iowa Cavalry (one company), Captain Andrew J. Millard.
2nd Nebraska Cavalry (eight companies), Colonel Robert W. Furnas.
SAINT LOUIS, MO., July 1, 1863.
Care Colonel Livingston, Pilot Knob:
Dispatches from Memphis and a refugee from Little Rock, who came in via Rolla, report Price and Marmaduke gone south, toward the mouth of the Arkansas. Please give me such information as you may have.
J. M. SCHOFIELD,
SAINT LOUIS, Mo., July 2, 1863.
Major General H. W. HALLECK:
I have sent 5,000 cavalry, under Davidson, into Eastern Arkansas. Last report is Price is moving south.
*Not on district return.