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Inspection report of army at Vicksburg, for the week ending May 26, 1863-Continued.

Command. Kil Wound Mis Federa Conditi Remarks.

led ed. sin l on of

dur g prison camps.

ing dur ers.

the ing

day the

day

STEVENSON -- -- -- 114 Torelab Two

DIVISION. le Federal

Barton's captains,

brigade 3

lieutenant

s, and 109

men

captured

night of

the 25th

instant.

Lee's brigade -- 3 -- --- do

Cumming's -- 2 -- --- Not

brigade very

good.

Reynolds' -- -- 1 --- Torelab

brigade le.

Total -- 5 1 114

FORNEY'S 1 -- -- --- Good

DIVISION.

Moore's brigade

Hebert's 1 5 1 --- do One

brigade private

deserted

to the

enemy.

Total 2 5 1 ---

SMITH'S 26 80 6 2 Tolerab The

DIVISION. le killed,

Baldwin's wounded,

brigade and

MISSING,

and

Federal

prisoners

embrace

the

aggregate

since the

beginning

of the

siege;

41,000

cartridges

in

ordnance

DEPT.

Vaughn's 1 3 -- -- General

brigade ly

good.

Shoup's brigade 32 104 1 14 Not

very

good.

Mississippi -- -- -- -- --

state troops*

Total 59 187 7 16

BOWEN'S -- -- -- 1 Tolerab

DIVISION. le

Cockrell's

brigade

Green's brigade -- -- -- -- Good

Total -- -- -- 1

Colonels -- -- -- -- --

Higgins'

command*

Grand total 61 197 9 131

Respectfully submitted.

THOS. H. TAYLOR,

Assistant Inspector-General.

ASSISTANT INSPECTOR-GENERAL'S OFFICE, May 26, 1863.

GRENADA, MISS., May 26, 1863.

General CHALMERS:

Just received dispatch from Vaughan's Station that only a few marines, with eight field pieces, on transports. Just learned that Colonel [S. W.] Ferguson is below Greenwood with 500 men. Four large steamers sunk there to obstruct river. Captain Brown, of navy, with 150 artillerists there; [has] up two heavy guns. Had I not better await further developments and organize battalion? Answer immediately.

J. Z. GEORGE.

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*No report received.

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