War of the Rebellion: Serial 035 Page 0028 KY., MID. AND E. TENN., N. ALA., AND SW. VA. Chapter XXXV.

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JOINT RESOLUTIONS TENDERING A VOTE OF THANKS TO MAJOR-GENERAL ROSECRANS.

Resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That the thanks of this General Assembly are hereby tendered to Major-General Rosecrans, staff, officers, and the brave men under their command for the glorious victory resulting in the capture of Murfreesborough and the defeat of the rebel forces at that place.

Resolved, That the sympathies of the General Assembly are extended to the families of the brave and noble patriots that have fallen in defense of freedom and constitutional liberty; and that their memories will ever be cherished by a grateful people.

Resolved, That the Governor be requested to forward a copy of the foregoing resolutions to General Rosecrans, with the request that they be read to his command.

JAMES R. HUBBELL,

Speaker of the House of Representatives.

P. HITCHCOCK,

Pro tempore President of the Senate.

By command of Major-General Rosecrans:

C. GODDARD,

Assistant Adjutant-General and Chief of Staff.

Abstract from return of the Department of the Cumberland, Major General William S. Rosecrans commanding, for the month of January, 1863; headquarters Murfreesborough, Tenn.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

Department staff

(Murfreesborough, 16

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16

Tenn.).

10th Ohio

Volunteers,

provost guard 21 392 489

(Murfreesborough,

Tenn.).

Fourteenth Army

Corps, Major

General George H.

Thomas:

Staff and escort

(Murfreesborough, 17 46 63

Tenn.).

9th Michigan

Volunteers,

provost guard 18 373 441

(Murfreesborough,

Tenn.).

First Division,

Brigadier General

Robert S. Granger 290 5,276 7,017

(Murfreesborough,

Tenn.).

Second Division,

Brigadier General

James S. Negley 247 5,109 6,991

(Murfreesborough,

Tenn.).

Third Division,

Brigadier General

James B. Steedman 330 6,215 7,364

(Murfreesborough,

Tenn.).

Fourth Division,

Brigadier General

James D. Morgan 265 4,851 6,424

(Nashville,

Tenn.).

Fifth Division,

Brigadier General

John F. Reynolds 217 4,121 5,033

(Murfreesborough,

Tenn.).

Total Fourteenth 1,384 25,991 33,333

Army Corps.

Twentieth Army

Corps, Major

General A. McD.

McCook:

Staff

(Murfreesborough,

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Tenn.).

First Division,

Brigadier General

Jefferson C. Davis 187 3,354 4,603

(Murfreesborough,

Tenn.).

Second Division,

Colonel William

H. Gibson (near 257 4,558 5,729

Murfreesborough,

Tenn.).

Third Division,

Brigadier General 204 4,179 5,298

Philip H. Sheridan

(on Stone's

River.)

Total Twentieth 648 12,091 15,630

Army Corps.

CONTINUATION:

Command. Aggregate Aggregate Pieces of

present and last return. field

absent. artillery.

Department staff

(Murfreesborough, 16 16

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Tenn.).

10th Ohio

Volunteers,

provost guard 727

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(Murfreesborough,

Tenn.).

Fourteenth Army

Corps, Major

General George H.

Thomas:

Staff and escort

(Murfreesborough, 66 20

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Tenn.).

9th Michigan

Volunteers,

provost guard 588 594

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(Murfreesborough,

Tenn.).

First Division,

Brigadier General

Robert S. Granger 12,468 12,613 18

(Murfreesborough,

Tenn.).

Second Division,

Brigadier General

James S. Negley 9,723 10,126 11

(Murfreesborough,

Tenn.).

Third Division,

Brigadier General

James B. Steedman 10,625 10,753 6

(Murfreesborough,

Tenn.).

Fourth Division,

Brigadier General

James D. Morgan 8,408 7,878

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(Nashville,

Tenn.).

Fifth Division,

Brigadier General

John F. Reynolds 7,150 7,471 14

(Murfreesborough,

Tenn.).

Total Fourteenth 49,028 49,455 49

Army Corps.

Twentieth Army

Corps, Major

General A. McD.

McCook:

Staff

(Murfreesborough, 4 4

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Tenn.).

First Division,

Brigadier General

Jefferson C. Davis 7,813 8,217

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(Murfreesborough,

Tenn.).

Second Division,

Colonel William

H. Gibson (near 10,670 11,052 12

Murfreesborough,

Tenn.).

Third Division,

Brigadier General 8,635 8,807 12

Philip H. Sheridan

(on Stone's

River.)

Total Twentieth 27,122 28,080 24

Army Corps.