War of the Rebellion: Serial 034 Page 0418 KY., MD., AND E. TENN., N. ALA., AND SW. VA. Chapter XXXV.

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CAVALRY CORPS.

Major General DAVID S. STANLEY.

FIRST CAVALRY DIVISION.

Brigadier General ROBERT B. MITCHELL.

First Brigade.

Colonel ARCHIBALD P. CAMPBELL.

4th Kentucky,* Colonel Wickliffe Cooper.

6th Kentucky,* Colonel Louis D. Watkins.

7th Kentucky,* Colonel John K. Faulkner.

2nd Michigan, Major John C. Godley.

9th Pennsylvania, Colonel Thomas J. Jordan.

1st Tennessee, Lieutenant Colonel James P. Brownlow.

Second Brigade.

Colonel EDWARD M. McCOOK.

2nd Indiana, Lieutenant Colonel Robert R. Stewart.

4th Indiana, Lieutenant Colonel John A. Platter.

5th Kentucky,* Lieutenant Colonel William T. Hoblitzell.

2nd Tennessee, Colonel Daniel M. Ray.

1st Wisconsin, Colonel Oscar H. La Grange.

1st Ohio Artillery, Battery D (one section), Captain Andrew J. Konkle.

SECOND CAVALRY DIVISION.

Brigadier General JOHN B. TURCHIN.

First Brigade.

Colonel ROBERT H. G. MINTY.

3rd Indiana, Lieutenant Colonel Robert Klein.

5th Iowa, Lieutenant Colonel Matthewson T. Patrick.

4th Michigan, Major Frank W. Mix.

7th Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel William B. Sipes

5th Tennessee, Colonel William B. Stokes.

4th United States, Captain James B. McIntyre.

1st Ohio Artillery, Battery D (one section), Lieutenant Nathaniel M. Newell.

Second Brigade.

Colonel ELI LONG.

2nd Kentucky, Colonel Thomas P. Nicholas.

1st Ohio, Colonel Beroth B. Eggleston.

3rd Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel Charles B. Seidel.

4th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel Oliver P. Robie.

10th Ohio, Colonel Charles C. Smith.

Stokes' (Illinois) battery, Captain James H. Stokes.

Unattached.

39th Indiana Infantry (mounted), Colonel Thomas J. Harrison.

Numbers 4. Report of Surg. Glover Perin, U. S. Army, Medical Director.

HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE CUMBERLAND.

Medical Director's Office, Tullahoma, Tenn., June 30, 1863.

SIR: In compliance with instructions to report the operations of the medical staff during the skirmishes of the 24th, 25th, and 26th instant, I would respectfully state that suitable preparations had been made to take care of a large number of wounded.

The sick that could be transported without injury were transferred from the general field hospital in Murfreesborough to Nashville. Such buildings in the town of Murfreesborough as were suitable were put in order for the reception of patients.

About two hundred and fifty hospital tents were carried with the command to accommodate such cases as could not be sent to the rear. Reserve supplies of medicines, hospital stores, dressings, &c., were carried with each army corps.

In each division the organization of the medical department was complete, the medical officers being assigned appropriate duties.

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*Organized into Third Brigade, July 8, 1863.

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