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

RECAPITULATION.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men.

Department staff. 15 ...

10th Ohio and Sharpshooters. 36 584

Fourteenth Army Corps. 1,352 21,521

Twentieth Army Cops. 848 13,065

Twenty-first Army Corps. 1,025 13,369

Reserve Corps. 929 16,156

Cavalry Corps. 614 10,269

15th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 30 459

1st Michigan Engineers and 25 604

Mechanics.

Artillery Reserve. 8 194

Unattached artillery. 2 96

Battery attached to Pioneers. 2 121

Grand total. 4,886 76,438

Command. Aggrega- Aggrega- Aggrega-

te te te last

present. present return.

and

absent.

Department staff. 18 34 34

10th Ohio and Sharpshooters. 781 946 954

Fourteenth Army Corps. 27,036 37,063 36,569

Twentieth Army Cops. 16,056 24,769 25,128

Twenty-first Army Corps. 17,034 25,268 25,680

Reserve Corps. 20,359 24,838 25,840

Cavalry Corps. 12,636 16,554 16,191

15th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 525 720 733

1st Michigan Engineers and 783 895 877

Mechanics.

Artillery Reserve. 211 246 246

Unattached artillery. 106 121 121

Battery attached to Pioneers. 137 155 159

Grand total. 95,682 131,636 132,532

Pieces of artillery.

Command. Heavy. Field.

Department staff. ... ...

10th Ohio and Sharpshooters. ... ...

Fourteenth Army Corps. ... 72

Twentieth Army Cops. ... 54

Twenty-first Army Corps. ... 58

Reserve Corps. 4 40

Cavalry Corps. ... 9

15th Pennsylvania Cavalry. ... ...

1st Michigan Engineers and ... ...

Mechanics.

Artillery Reserve. 18 ...

Unattached artillery. ... ...

Battery attached to Pioneers. ... 6

Grand total. 22 239

Organization of troops in the Department of the Cumberland, commanded by Major General W. S. Rosecrans, July 31, 1863.

GENERAL HEADQUARTERS.

10th Ohio, Colonel Joseph W. Burke.

1st Battalion Ohio Sharpshooters, Captain Gershom M. Barber.

FOURTEENTH ARMY CORPS.

Major General GEORGE H. THOMAS.

ESCORT.

1st Ohio Cavalry, Company I, Captain John D. Barker.

PROVOST GUARD.

Ninth Michigan, Colonel John G. Parkhurst.

FIRST DIVISION.

Brigadier General JOHN H. KING.

First Brigade.

Colonel BENJAMIN F. SCRIBNER.

38th Indiana, Lieutenant Colonel Daniel F. Griffin.

2nd Ohio, Colonel Anson G. McCook.

33rd Ohio, Colonel Oscar F. Moore.

94th Ohio, Major Rue P. Hutchins.

10th Wisconsin, Lieutenant Colonel John H. Ely.

1st Michigan Artillery, Battery A, Lieutenant Almerick W. Wilbur.

Second Brigade.

Brigadier General JOHN C. STARKWEATHER.

24th Illinois, Colonel Geza Mihalotzy.

79th Pennsylvania, Colonel Henry A. Hambright.

1st Wisconsin, Lieutenant Colonel George B. Bingham.

21st Wisconsin, Lieutenant Colonel Harrison C. Hobart.

4th Indiana Battery, Lieutenant David Flansburg.