War of the Rebellion: Serial 041 Page 0610 W.FLA.,S.ALA.,S.MISS.,LA.,TEX.,N.MEX. Chapter XXXVIII.

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Abstract from return of the Department of the Gulf (Nineteenth Army Corps), Major General N. P. Banks, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of June, 1863; headquarters, before Port Hudson, La.

Present for duty

Command. Officers Men Aggregate Aggregate

present present

and absent

Department 23 --

staff

First -- 23 26

Division

(Augur):

Staff 9 -- 9 9

Infantry 292 6,387 7,976 9,107

Cavalry 27 468 549 816

Artillery 30 609 679 797

Total 358 7,464 9,213 10,729

Second

Division

(Dwight):

Staff 7 -- 9 9

Infantry 283 5,974 8,478 10,024

Artillery 6 201 256 429

Other 62 2,622 3,143 3,419

troops in

this

command

Total 358 8,797 11,886 13,881

Third

Division

(Fearing):

Staff 10 -- 10 10

Infantry 323 6,213 8,202 10,091

Artillery 4 106 124 136

Total 337 6,319 8,336 10,237

Fourth

Division

(Grover):

Staff 5 -- 5 5

Infantry 179 3,582 4,496 8,110

Artillery 10 296 324 405

Total 194 3,878 4,825 8,520

Weitzel's

brigade

(Weitzel):

Staff 10 -- 10 10

Infantry 157 4,014 4,933 5,721

Cavalry* 6 229 266 297

Artillery 7 272 301 371

Total 180 4,515 5,510 6,399

District 34 717 1,061 1,103

of Key

West, &c.

(Woodbury)

District 44 844 1,136 1,206

of

Pensacola

(Holbrook)

Ship 22 502 637 679

Island,

Miss.

(Daniels)

Grant 1,550 33,076 42,627 52,780

total+

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*But all the cavalry of Weitzel's command was assigned to Grierson, May 31.

+Does not account for the Corps d'Afrique under Ullmann's command; accounts in part only for troops in Defense of New Orleans (see "Other troops, &c.," in Second Division), and in part only, if at all, for Grierson's cavalry command. See also abstract, following, from tri-monthly return for June 30.

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