War of the Rebellion: Serial 038 Page 0601 Chapter XXXVI. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC. -CONFEDERATE.

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Beall, [John] Gregg, Maxey, Martin, and [W. H.] Jackson. Colonels Reynolds and Moore command brigades. Brigadier Generals Ruggles and [John] Adams command military districts, the troops in which are not brigaded.

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J. R. WADDY,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

JACKSON, January 24, 1863.

Lieutenant General J. C. PEMBERTON, Vicksburg:

There are nineteen brigades and nineteen brigadier-generals, two of whom command military districts, the troops in which are not brigaded. Two brigades are, therefore, commanded by colonels.

J. R. WADDY,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

GRENADA, January 24, 1863.

Major J. R. WADDY:

First DIVISION, commanded by [W. W.] Loring, consists of [A.] Rust's and [L.] Tilghman's brigades and [T. N.] Waul's Legion. SECOND DIVISION, commanded by [S.] Price, consists of [J. S.] Bowen's and [M. E.] Green's. Cavalry commanded by Colonel [R.] McCulloch.

W. W. LORING.

HEADQUARTERS SECOND DIVISION, January 24, 1863.

Captain [J. W.] YOUNG, Quartermaster:

There is in General Price's command at this point five batteries of four guns each. Total aggregate present, 5,322; cavalry used as bodyguards and couriers, 155; horses and servants belonging to the field and staff of thirteen regiments; two brigade commanders and one DIVISION commander.

Respectfully submitted.

JAMES M. LOUGHBOROUGH,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

Vicksburg, January 24, 1863.

Major-General LORING, Grenada, MISS.:

Move no more troops to the front until further orders. Do not send any to Panola.

J. C. PEMBERTON.

Vicksburg, January 24, 1863.

Major-General LORING, Grenada:

Send Waul's Legion by railroad to Vaughan's Station. Direct him to march to Yazoo City; there take steamboat to Snyder's Mill. Let him bring six days' rations. Send him through as quickly as possible.

J. C. PEMBERTON.