War of the Rebellion: Serial 035 Page 0198 KY., MID. AND E. TENN., N. ALA., AND SW. VA. [Chap .XXXV.

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Abstract from return of the Department of the Ohio, Major General Ambros E. Burnside commanding, for the month of March, 1863; headquarters Cincinnati, Ohio.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers Men Aggregate

present

Department staff 33 .... 33

(Cincinnati, Ohio)

District of Western

Kentucky, Brigadier

General J. T. Boyle:

Staff (Louisville, Ky.) 10 8 18

Bowling Green and 163 2,512 3,745

Russellville, Brigadier

General Henry M.

Judah

Munfordville, &c., 168 2,614 3,239

Brigadier General

Edward H. Hobson

Lebanon 40 768 956

Henderson, Lebanon, 180 3,262 4,097

Louisville, &c

Total District of 561 9,164 12,055

Western Kentucky

District of Eastern

Kentucky, Brigadier

General Julius White:

Staff (Louisa, Ky) 5 ..... 5

Troops in district 63 1,081 1,677

Total District of 68 1,081 1,682

Easters Kentucky

Cincinnati, Lieutenant 16 154 258

Colonel Seth Eastman

Covington, Colonel 31 590 765

Jackson A. Lucy

Newport Barracks, 4 157 219

Lieutenant Colonel

Seth Eastman

Total Cincinnati, 51 901 1,242

Covington, &c

Camp Dennisio, Ohio, 24 418 570

Lieutenant Colonel

George W. Neff

Camp Chase, Ohio, 35 785 1,031

Colonel August V.

Kautz

Columbus, Ohio, 4 128 157

Lieutenant James P. W.

Neill

Total Camps Dennison 63 1,331 1,758

and Chase and Columbus

District of Central

Kentucky, Brigadier

General Q. A. Gillmore:

Staff (Lexington, Ky.) 10 ...... 10

Lexington, Ky 186 4,220 5,337

Paris, Ky 72 1,389 1,641

Mount Sterling, Ky 33 670 989

Danville, Ky 24 420 483

Total District of 325 6,699 8,460

Central Kentucky

Camp Douglas, III. 87 1,149 1,633

Brigadier General

Jacob Ammen

Camp Butler, III., 31 626 891

Colonel William F.

Lynch

Total Camps Douglas 118 1,775 2,524

and Butler

Pieces of artillery.

Command. Aggregate Heavy Field.

present

and absent

Department staff 34 ......... ...........

(Cincinnati, Ohio)

District of Western

Kentucky, Brigadier

General J. T. Boyle:

Staff (Louisville, Ky.) 18 ........ .........

Bowling Green and 4,769 ......... 2

Russellville, Brigadier

General Henry M.

Judah

Munfordville, &c., 5,169 5 4

Brigadier General

Edward H. Hobson

Lebanon 1,502 ....... ........

Henderson, Lebanon, 5,676 2 8

Louisville, &c

Total District of 17,134 7 14

Western Kentucky

District of Eastern

Kentucky, Brigadier

General Julius White:

Staff (Louisa, Ky) 5 ........ ........

Troops in district 2,100 ....... 4

Total District of 2,105 ........ 4

Easters Kentucky

Cincinnati, Lieutenant 531 ........ ........

Colonel Seth Eastman

Covington, Colonel 709 ......... .........

Jackson A. Lucy

Newport Barracks, 222 ......... .....

Lieutenant Colonel

Seth Eastman

Total Cincinnati, 1,552 ......... ........

Covington, &c

Camp Dennisio, Ohio, 699 ..... ....

Lieutenant Colonel

George W. Neff

Camp Chase, Ohio, 1,186 ...... ......

Colonel August V.

Kautz

Columbus, Ohio, 167 ....... .......

Lieutenant James P. W.

Neill

Total Camps Dennison 2,052 ....... ....

and Chase and Columbus

District of Central

Kentucky, Brigadier

General Q. A. Gillmore:

Staff (Lexington, Ky.) 11 ....... ......

Lexington, Ky 6,199 ....... 14

Paris, Ky 2,519 .... .....

Mount Sterling, Ky 1,134 ..... ......

Danville, Ky 853 ..... ......

Total District of 10,716 ..... 14

Central Kentucky

Camp Douglas, III. 2,092 ...... ......

Brigadier General

Jacob Ammen

Camp Butler, III., 1,317 .... ....

Colonel William F.

Lynch

Total Camps Douglas 3,409 .... .....

and Butler

RECAP8ITULATION.

Department staff 33 ..... 33

District of Western 561 9,164 12,055

Kentucky

District of Eastern 68 1,081 1,682

Kentucky

Cincinnati, Covington, 51 901 1,242

&c

Camps Dennison and 63 1,351 1,758

Chase and Columbus

District of Central 325 6,699 8,460

Kentucky

Camps Douglas and Butler 118 1,775 2,524

Total 1,219 20,951 27,754

RECAPITULATION.

Department staff 34 .... ....

District of Western 17,134 7 14

Kentucky

District of Eastern 2,105 ..... 4

Kentucky

Cincinnati, Covington, 1,552 .... .....

&c

Camps Dennison and 2,052 ...... ......

Chase and Columbus

District of Central 10,716 ...... 14

Kentucky

Camps Douglas and Butler 3,409 ...... .....

Total 37,002 7 32

WAR DEPARTMENT,

Washington City, April 1, 1863.

Major General W. S. ROSECRANS,

Murfreesborough, Tenn.:

The following supplies have gone forward to you by last conveyance, namely: Five thousand sets of horse equipments, 6,000 Colt's pistols,