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Abstract from consolidated tri-monthly return of the Dept.of the Cumberland, &c.-Cont'd.

Present for Pieces of

duty artillery

Command Offic Men Aggreg Aggrega Aggre- He Fie

ers ate te gate a- ld

pre- present last vy

sent and return

absent

Cavalry 3 - 3 3 3 -

Corps, Major -

General

David

S. Stanley:

Staff

[Winchester,

Tenn.]

First 329 5,208 6,645 8,831 8,831 - -

Cavalry

Division,

Brigadier

General

Robert B.

Mitchell,

[Fayette-

vill, Tenn.]

Second 232 4,201 5,391 7,883 8,115 - -

Cavalry

Division,

Brigadier

General

George Crook

[Winchester,

Tenn.]

Total 564 9,409 16,717 16,949 - -

Cavalry 12,039

Corps

15th 25 402 716 720 - -

Pennsylvania 472

Cavalry,

Colonel

William

J. Palmer

[Winchester,

Tenn.]

1st Michigan 23 688 893 896 - -

Engineers 779

and

Mechanics,

Colonel

William

P. Innes [Elk

River,

Tenn.]

2nd Kentucky 4 74 92 90 - -

Battery, 83

Captain John

M. Hewett

[Elk River,

Tenn.]

Total 1st 27 762 862 985 986 - -

Michigan

Engineers

and

Mechanics

and 2nd

Kentucky

Battery.

Artillery 8 198 215 250 250 -

Reserve, 18

Captain

Warren

P. Edgarton

[Nashville,

Tenn.]

13th Indiana 2 95 105 120 120 - 6

Battery

[unattached]

Captain

Benjamin S.

Nicklin

[Gallatin,

Tenn.]

Pioneer 47 682 928 2,672 2,676 - -

Brigade,

Brigadier

General

James St. C.

Morton

[three

battalions],

* [Allisona

Station,

Tenn.]

Conva- 15 396 1,576 1,771 1,557 - -

lescents,*

Captain

Ralph Hunt

[Nashville,

Tenn.]

Signal 29 117 150 168 171 - -

Corps*

Captain

Charles R.

Case

[Winchester,

Tenn.]

RECAPI- 15 - 19 34 34 - -

TULATION.

Department

staff

10th Ohio 20 482 673 867 867 - -

Infantry and

Sharp-

shooters

Fourteenth 1,321 21,068 27,041 36,954 37,060 - 74

Army Corps

Twentieth 846 13,376 16,734 24,926 24,950 - 54

Army Corps

Twenty-first 1,006 13,361 17,168 25,082 25,371 - 58

Army Corps

Reserve 901 16,030 20,254 25,219 25,363 - 52

Corps

Cavalry 564 9,409 12,039 16,717 16,949 - -

Corps

15th 25 402 472 716 720 - -

Pennsylvania

Cavalry

1st Michigan 27 762 862 985 986 - -

Engineers

and

Mechanics

and 2nd

Kentucky

Battery

Artillery 8 198 215 250 250 -

Reserve 18

Unattached 2 95 105 120 120 6

artillery -

Grand total 4,735 75,183 95,582 131,979 132,670 244

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OFFICE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, DEPT. OF THE OHIO, Cincinnati, Ohio, August 11, 1863.

Brigadier General JOSEPH G. TOTTEN,

Chief of Engineers, U. S. Army, Washington, D. C.:

GENERAL: I have the honor to submit the following report of operations in this department for the month of July:

DEFENSES OF CINCINNATI, COVINGTON, AND NEWPORT.

Captain M. D. McAlester, Corps of Engineers, in charge, reports, August 7:

Fort Wright was completed by the 4th of the month.

At Fort Mitchel the new portion was completed as to parapets, ditches, glacis, drainage,

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*Not in total.

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