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Numbers 2. Abstract from return of the Department of the Cumberland, Major General William S. Rosecrans, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of June, 1863; headquarters Manchester, Tenn.

Present for duty

Command. Officers Men. Aggregate

present.

General headquarters* 85 1,068 1,348

Fourteenth Army Corps

(camp near Concord,

Tenn.):

Infantry 1,327 20,595 24,767

Artillery 46 1,198 1,291

Total Fourteenth Army 1,373 21,793 26,058

Corps.

Twentieth Army Corps

(Manchester, Tenn.):

Infantry 878 12,257 15,030

Artillery. 30 931 1,017

Total Twentieth Army 908 13,188 16,047

Corps.

Twenty-first Army Corps

(Manchester, Tenn.):

Infantry 1,038 12,973 15,872

Artillery 29 991 1,151

Total Twenty-first Army 1,067 13,964 17,023

Corps

Reserve Corps, Major

General Gordon Granger

(Murfreesborough, Tenn.:)

First Division, Brigadier

General Absalom Baird

(Murfreesborough,

Shelbyville, &c.):

Infantry 341 5,686 6,638

Artillery 13 270 300

Second Division,

Brigadier General James

D. Morgan (Nashville,

Tenn.):

Infantry 357 6,133 7,428

Artillery 10 264 293

Third Division, Brigadier

General, Robert S.

Granger (Nashville, Fort

Donelson, &c.):

Infantry 236 4,192 5,529

Artillery 9 284 336

Company F, First Missouri 3 80 91

Cavalry, Captain

J. Clifford

(Murfreesborough, Tenn.):

Fourth Battalion #5 #129 #144

Pioneers, Captain Milton

Kemper (Shelbyville,

Tenn.):

Signal Corps, Lieutenant #4 #10 #14

W. W. Hopkins

(Murfreesborough, Tenn.)

Total Reserve Corps 969 16,909 20,615

Cavalry command, Major

General David S.

Stanley, @ (in the

field):

First Division, Brigadier 359 5,289 6,767

General Robert B.

Mitchell

Second Division, 249 4,663 5,514

Brigadier General John

B. Turchin

Total cavalry command. 608 9,952 12,281

Miscellaneous troops:

Artillery Reserve 8 194 211

(Nashville)

Artillery unattached 2 96 106

First Michigan Engineers 22 548 727

Pioneer Brigade - - -

Pioneers (detailed) 48 905 1,149

Artillery 2 116 133

Convalescents, 20 525 1,444

Lieutenant-Colonel

Cahill.

Total 102 2,384 3,770

Pieces of artillery

Command. Aggregate Heavy Field.

present and

absent

General headquarters* 1,721 - -

Fourteenth Army Corps

(camp near Concord,

Tenn.):

Infantry 35,073 - -

Artillery 1,492 - 72

Total Fourteenth Army 36,565 - 72

Corps.

Twentieth Army Corps

(Manchester, Tenn.):

Infantry 23,362 - -

Artillery. 1,246 - 54

Total Twentieth Army 24,608 - 54

Corps.

Twenty-first Army Corps

(Manchester, Tenn.):

Infantry 24,208 - -

Artillery 1,282 - 58

Total Twenty-first Army 25,490 - 58

Corps

Reserve Corps, Major

General Gordon Granger

(Murfreesborough, Tenn.:)

First Division, Brigadier

General Absalom Baird

(Murfreesborough,

Shelbyville, &c.):

Infantry 9,403 - -

Artillery 352 - 18

Second Division,

Brigadier General James

D. Morgan (Nashville,

Tenn.):

Infantry 8,968 - -

Artillery 325 - +26

Third Division, Brigadier

General, Robert S.

Granger (Nashville, Fort

Donelson, &c.):

Infantry 5,981 - -

Artillery 374 - 20

Company F, First Missouri 93 - -

Cavalry, Captain

J. Clifford

(Murfreesborough, Tenn.):

Fourth Battalion #203 - -

Pioneers, Captain Milton

Kemper (Shelbyville,

Tenn.):

Signal Corps, Lieutenant #15 - -

W. W. Hopkins

(Murfreesborough, Tenn.)

Total Reserve Corps 25,496 - 64

Cavalry command, Major

General David S.

Stanley, @ (in the

field):

First Division, Brigadier 8,625 - 2

General Robert B.

Mitchell

Second Division, 7,549 - 7

Brigadier General John

B. Turchin

Total cavalry command. 16,174 - 9

Miscellaneous troops:

Artillery Reserve 246 18 -

(Nashville)

Artillery unattached 121 - -

First Michigan Engineers 877 - -

Pioneer Brigade - - -

Pioneers (detailed) 2,685 - -

Artillery 159 - 6

Convalescents, 1,587 - -

Lieutenant-Colonel

Cahill.

Total ||2,990 18 6

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*Department staff, couriers, guards, orderlies, Signal Corps, &c.

+Field and siege guns.

#Not added in total on original returns.

@Returns imperfect, and representing generally the command as it stood at different dates in May, 1863.

||To avoid counting them twice, the aggregate of pioneers "present and absent" omitted.

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