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WAR DEPARTMENT,

Washington City, March 31, 1863.

Major-General BURNSIDE, Cincinnati:

Your proposed assignment of Brigadier-General Mason is approved. Your proposed disposition of secesh women is also approved. They should be cleared out and sent home . The telegram you mention as being sent yesterday did not reach here.

EDWIN M. STANTON,

Secretary of War.

SPECIAL ORDERS, HDQRS. DEPARTMENT OF THE OHIO,

No. 114.

Cincinnati, Ohio, March 31, 1863.

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II. Colonel Clark, with his brigade, now in this city, and a battery of the Second Division, will proceed to Paris, Ky., and there assume command. The quartermaster's department will furnish the necessary transportation.

III. General Ferrero will make his headquarters at Lexington, Ky.

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By order of Major-General Burnside:

W. P. ANDERSON,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

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

Present for duty.

Command. Officers Men Aggregate Aggrega-

present te

present

and

absent.

Department staff 14 ..... 20 30

10th Ohio, Colonel 18 395 552 684

Joseph W. Burke

1st Battalion Ohio 9 189 291 368

Sharpshooters,

Captain Gershom M.

Barber.

Total 27 584 843 1,052

Fourteenth Army

Corps, Major

General George H.

Thomas:

Staff 6 ...... 6 7

9th Michigan, 23 315 460 511

Colonel John G.

Parkhurst

First Division, 383 6,478 8,423 12,127

Major General

Lovell H.

Rousseau.

Second Division, 209 5,557 7,070 9,364

Major General

James S. Negley

Third Division, 373 7,154 8,718 11,038

Brigadier General

James B. Steedman

Fourth Division, 298 4,975 6,222 7,062

Brigadier General

Jas. D. Morgan

Fifth Division, 207 3,796 4,997 6,443

Major General

Joseph J.

Reynolds.

Total Fourteenth 1,589 28,275 35,896 47,274

Army Corps.

Pieces of artillery.

Command. Aggregate Heavy Field

last

return

Department staff 29 ..... ......

10th Ohio, Colonel 706 ...... ......

Joseph W. Burke

1st Battalion Ohio ..... ..... .......

Sharpshooters,

Captain Gershom M.

Barber.

Total 706 ...... ......

Fourteenth Army

Corps, Major

General George H.

Thomas:

Staff 59 ....... .......

9th Michigan, 524 ...... .......

Colonel John G.

Parkhurst

First Division, 12,127 ...... 18

Major General

Lovell H.

Rousseau.

Second Division, 9,695 ...... 18

Major General

James S. Negley

Third Division, 10,270 ...... 16

Brigadier General

James B. Steedman

Fourth Division, 7,930 ..... 12

Brigadier General

Jas. D. Morgan

Fifth Division, 6,443 ...... 16

Major General

Joseph J.

Reynolds.

Total Fourteenth 47,048 ...... 80

Army Corps.