Abstract from return of Department of the Cumberland, &c.- Continued.
Present for duty
Command. Officers Men. Aggregate
General headquarters 85 1,068 1,348
Fourteenth Army Corps 1,373 21,793 26,658
Twentieth Army Corps 908 13,188 16,047
Twenty-first Army Corps 1,067 13,964 17,023
Reserve Corps 969 16,909 20,615
Cavalry command. 608 9,952 12,281
Miscellaneous 102 2,384 3,770
Grand total Department 5,112 79,258 97,142
of the Cumberland.
Pieces of artillery
Command. Aggregate Heavy Field.
General headquarters 1,721 - -
Fourteenth Army Corps 36,565 - 72
Twentieth Army Corps 24,608 - 54
Twenty-first Army Corps 25,490 - 58
Reserve Corps 25,496 - 64
Cavalry command. 16,174 - 9
Miscellaneous 2,990 18 6
Grand total Department 133,044 18 263
of the Cumberland.
Numbers 3. Organization of troops in the Department of the Cumberland, commanded by Major General William S. Rosecrans, June 30, 1863.
10th Ohio, Colonel Joseph W. Burke,
1st Battalion Ohio Sharpshooters, Captain Watson C. Squire
15th Pennsylvania Cavalry, Lieutenant Colonel Charles B. Lamborn.
Brigadier General JAMES ST. CLAIR MORTON.
1st Battalion, Captain Charles J. Stewart.
2nd Battalion, Captain Correl Smith.
3rd Battalion, Captain Robert Clements.
4th Battalion, Captain Milton Kemper.*
Bridges' (Illinois) battery, Captain Lyman Bridges.
FOURTEENTH ARMY CORPS.
Major General GEORGE H. THOMAS.
1st Ohio Volunteer Cavalry, Company L, Captain John Barker.
9th Michigan, Colonel John G. Parkhurst.
Major General LOVELL H. ROUSSEAU.
Colonel BENJAMIN F. SCRIBNER.
38th Indiana, Lieutenant Colonel Daniel F. Griffin.
2nd Ohio, Colonel Anson G. McCook.
33rd Ohio, Colonel Oscar F. Moore.
94th Ohio, Colonel Stephen A. Bassford.
10th Wisconsin, Major John H. Ely.
Colonel HENRY A. HAMBRIGHT
24th Illinois, Colonel Geza Mihalotzy.
79th Pennsylvania, Major Michael H. Locher.
1st Wisconsin, Lieutenant Colonel George B. Bingham.
21st Wisconsin, Lieutenant Colonel Harrison C. Hobart.
*On duty with Reserve Corps.