War of the Rebellion: Serial 033 Page 0832 MO., ARK., KANS., IND. T., AND DEPT. N. W. Chapter XXXIV.

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Mo. 9

Shreveport, La., April 30, 1863.

The following officers are announced upon the staff of the commanding general: Major George Williamson, assistant inspector- general, and Major T. G. Rhett, chief of artillery.

By command of Lieutenant General E. Kirby Smith:


Assistant Adjutant- General.

Abstract from return of the District of Arkansas, commanded by Lieutenant General Theophilus H. Holmes, for April, 1863; headquarters Little Rock, Ark.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers Men Aggregat Aggreg Headquarte

e ate rs.

present presen

t and


Price's 529 6,656 8,489 12,961 Little

division Rock, Ark.

Steele's 317 4,082 4,884 7,828 Fort

division Smith,


Marmaduke's 352 4,018 5,084 8,055 Near

division* Jacksonpor

t, Ark.

Frost's 153 2,107 2,714 4,098 Pine

division+ Bluff, Ark.

Dobbin's 38 605 659 914 Between

regiment White and


i Rivers.

Hill's 17 251 338 422 Little

artillery Rock, Ark.


Denson's 1 52 81 153 Little

cavalry Rock, Ark.


Total 1,407 17,771 22,249 34,431

Organization of Price's division, Major General Sterling Price, C. S. Army, commanding, April 30, 1863; headquarters Little Rock, Ark.

Fagan's Brigade.

Bell's (Arkansas) regiment.

Brooks' (Arkansas) regiment.

Hawthorn's (Arkansas) regiment.

King's (Arkansas) regiment.

McRae's Brigade.

Gause's [32nd] (Arkansas) regiment.

Glenn's (Arkansas) regiment.

Hawthorn's (Arkansas) regiment.

Morgan's (Arkansas) regiment.

Parsons' Brigade.

7th Missouri, Colonel J. H. Caldwell.

8th Missouri, Colonel De Witt C. Hunter.

9th Missouri, Colonel W. M. Ponder.

10th Missouri, Colonel A. C. Pickett.

Missouri Battalion, Major L. A. Pindall.

Tappan's Brigade.

Grinsted's [33rd] (Arkansas) regiment.

Shaler's (Arkansas) regiment.

Shaver's (Arkansas) regiment.

Troops in Steele's division, April 30, 1863.++

Cooper's Brigade.

Brigadier General D. H. COOPER.

1st Cherokee, Colonel Stand Watie.

2nd Cherokee, Colonel W. P. Adair.

1st Choctaw and Chickasaw, Colonel Tandy Walker.

1st Creek, Colonel D. N. McIntosh.

2nd Creek, Colonel Chilly McIntosh.


*Composed of Burbridge's, Carter's, Greene's, and Shelby's brigades, and Kitchen's battalion.

+Composition not shown.

++The brigade organization is uncertain; not clearly indicated in original return.