Major General JONES M. WITHERS.
Brigadier General Z. C. DEAS.
19th Alabama, Colonel S. K. McSpadden.
22nd and 25th Alabama, Lieutenant Colonel George D. Johnston.
26th and 39th Alabama, Colonel H. D. Clayton.
Alabama Sharpshooters, Captain James F. Nabers.
Robertson's battery, Lieutenant S. H. Dent.
Colonel A. M. MANIGAULT.
24th Alabama, Lieutenant Colonel W. B. Dennett.
28th and 34th Alabama, Colonel J. C. Reid.
10th and 19th South Carolina, Lieutenant Colonel J. F. Pressley.
Alabama battery, Captain D. D. Waters.
Brigadier General E. C. WALTHALL.
24th and 29th Mississippi, Colonel W. F. Brantly.
27th and 30th Mississippi, Lieutenant Colonel J. I. Scales.
34th Mississippi, Colonel S. Benton.
Missouri battery, Captain O. W. Barret.
Brigadier General PATTON ANDERSON.
7th and 9th Mississippi, Lieutenant Colonel F. E. Whitfield.
10th Mississippi and Blythe's regiment Major J. C. Thompson.
41st Mississippi, Colonel W. F. Tucker.
Sharpshooters, Major W. C. Richards.
Alabama battery, Captain James Garrity.
Brigadier General ALEXANDER P. STEWART.
Brigadier General M. D. ECTOR.
9th Texas, Colonel W. H. Young.
10th Texas Cavalry, Lieutenant Colonel C. R. Earp.
14th Texas Cavalry, Colonel J. L. Camp.
15th [32nd] Texas Cavalry, Colonel J. A. Andrews.
Texas battery, Captain J. P. Douglas.
Brigadier General W. B. BATE.
3rd Georgia Battalion, Lieutenant Colonel M. A. Stovall.
9th Georgia Battalion, Major Joseph T. Smith.
29th North Carolina, Colonel R. B. Vance.
39th North Carolina, Lieutenant Colonel F. A. Reynolds.
Eufaula (Alabama) Artillery, Lieutenant McD. Oliver.
Colonel ROBERT W. HARPER.
1st and 2nd Arkansas Mounted Rifles, dismounted, Colonel D. H. Reynolds.
4th Arkansas Infantry and 4th Arkansas Battalion, Colonel H. G. Bunn.
25th and 31st Arkansas, Colonel T. H. McCray.
Arkansas battery, Captain J. T. Humphreys.
HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF EAST TENNESSEE, Knoxville, April 1, 1863.
General JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON, Commanding:
GENERAL: The inclosed communication contains all the instructions that have passed through this office, from the War Department, for Brigadier-General Marshall.* From its date it will be seen that it was not written until after he had left for Kentucky, which was on the 13th
*See Cooper to Donelson, March 17, 1863, p. 705.