War of the Rebellion: Serial 035 Page 0380 KY., MID. AND E. TENN., N. ALA., AND SW. VA. Chapter XXXV.

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Abstract from return of the Department of the Ohio, &c.-Continued.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate Aggregate Pieces

present. present of field

and artiller

absent. y.

District

of

Indiana,

Brigadie

r

General

Milo S.

Hascall:

Staff 4 ... 4 4 ..

(Indiana

polis,

Ind.)

Troops 63 1,984 2,236 3,392 ..

in

district

Total 67 1,984 2,240 3,396 ..

District

of

Indiana

District

of Ohio,

Brigadie

r

General

Jacob D.

Cox:

Staff 9 .. 9 9 ..

(Cincinn

ati,

Ohio,

and at

other

points)

Columbus 34 708 972 1,181 ..

,

Brigadie

r

General

John S.

Mason

Camp 12 216 288 340 ..

Dennison

, Ohio,

Lieutena

nt

Colonel

George

W. Neff

Covingto 58 1,167 1,458 1,703 ..

,

Cincinna

ti, and

Sandusky

Total 113 2,091 2,727 3,233 ..

District

of Ohio

Newport 7 156 214 220 ..

BARRACKS

,

Lieutena

nt

Colonel

Seth

Eastman

RECAPITULATION.

Departme 32 .. 32 34 ..

nt staff

District 1,027 17,871 21,756 29,142 64

of

Central

Kentucky

District 115 1,892 2,308 2,696 12

of

Eastern

Kentucky

District 689 11,133 15,239 21,151 30

of

Western

Kentucky

District 37 778 1,146 1,564 1

of

Illinois

District 67 1,984 2,240 3,396 ..

of

Indiana

District 113 2,091 2,727 3,233 ..

of Ohio

Newport 7 156 214 220 ..

Barracks

,

Kentucky

Total 2,087 35,905 45,662 61,436 107

NASHVILLE, June 1, 1863.

Major-General ROSECRANS:

Your telegram of April 4 has just been read. I was expected to return to Nashville long before I did. It was, therefore, not forwarded to me. The principal portion is new to me. General Davis has never furnished me with any information touching or affecting your character as a citizen or soldier in the slightest degree. My opinion of Truesdail and his establishment was communicated to you some time since. It was predicated upon facts entirely satisfactory to my mind, and it has undergone no change.

You state in your telegram that you consider me your friend. You are right in this, and no one will go further than I in vindication of your character. I have never believed, and do not now believe, that you have fully understood the character and extent of the proceedings under Truesdail's direction.

It will afford me much pleasure to visit you in person in a few days, at such time as you designate, for the purpose of conferring freely and law and putting down treason and traitors. Please send a pass indicating when it will suit for me to visit you. I fear that some designing persons have been trying to make an impression intended to disturb that good feeling which was understood to exist between us while you were here. If so, it will all be dispersed.