War of the Rebellion: Serial 041 Page 0612 W.FLA.,S.ALA.,S.MISS.,LA.,TEX.,N.MEX. Chapter XXXVIII.

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Abstract from return of the Department of New Mexico, Brigadier General James H. Carleton, commanding,* for the month of June, 1863; headquarters, Santa Fe, n. Mex.

Present for duty

Command. Officers Men Aggregate

present

Department staff 16 -- 16

Fort Marcy, N. Mex. (Captain 1 37 53

H. R. Selden), Fifth U. S.

Infantry

Fort Union, N. Mex., 5 95 171

(Captain P. W. L. Plympton),

Fifth and Seventh U. S.

Infantry

Fort Union Depot, N. Mex. -- 15

(Captain W. R. Schomaker, 15

military storekeeper),

company of ordnance.

Fort Sumner, N. Mex.(Cap. J. 5 83 115

Updegraff), Fifth U. S.

Infantry, Second Cavalry,

California Volunteers.

Fort Stanton, N. Mex. (Major 5 73 129

J. Smith), First New Mexico;

Fifth Infantry, California

Volunteers; First Cavalry,

California Volunteers

Fort Wingate, N. Mex. 10 215 313

(Lieutenant Colonel J. F.

Chavese), First New Mexico

Volunteers.

Albuquerque, N. Mex. (Captain 4 128 172

W. H. Lewis), Third U. S.

Artillery, Fifth U. S.

Infantry

Los Pinos, N. Mex. (Captain 5 63 90

S. Archer), Fifth U. S.

Infantry.

Captain Easton, N. Mex. (Captain 1 52 62

E. H. Bergmann, First New

Mexico Volunteers

Fort Craig, N. Mex.(Colonel 14 345 433

E. A. Rigg), Fist and Fifth

U. S. Infantry; First Cavalry

California Volunteers

Franklin, Tex. (Colonel 15 236 326

George W. Bowie), Fifth U. S.

Infantry; First Cavalry,

California Volunteers

Fort West, N. Mex. (Captain 3 39 56

V. Dresher), First Infantry,

California Volunteers; First

Cavalry, California

Volunteers

Fort Bowie, Ariz. (Captain 2 46 56

T. T. Tidball), Fifth

Infantry, California

Volunteers

Tucson, Ariz. (Captain 4 63 94

William French), Fifth

Infantry, California

Volunteers

Las Crucese, N. Mex. 3 108 156

(Lieutenant Colonel W.

McMullen), First and Fifth

Infantry, California

Volunteers.

Fort McRae, N. Mex. (Major 1 43 92

A. Morrison), First New

Mexico Volunteers

En route, First U. S. -- -- --

Cavalry, Fifth Infantry,

California Volunteers

En route, three companies 9 225 234

First Infantry, California

Volunteers

In the field, New Mexico 16 290 306

(Colonel C. Carson),

headquarters First New

Mexico Volunteers, and four

companies First New Mexico.

In the field, New Mexico, 2 70 72

(Captain C. R. Wellman),

First Cavalry, California

Volunteers

Total 121 2,226 2,961

Command. Aggregate Aggregate Piece of

present present and field

and absent absent last artillery

return

Department staff 19 18 --

Fort Marcy, N. Mex. 65 64 --

(Captain H. R. Selden),

Fifth U. S. Infantry

Fort Union, N. Mex., 179 430 --

(Captain P.

W. L. Plympton), Fifth and

Seventh U. S. Infantry

Fort Union Depot, N. Mex. 15 15 --

(Captain W. R. Schomaker,

military storekeeper),

company of ordnance.

Fort Sumner, N. 142 143 --

Mex.(Cap. J. Updegraff),

Fifth U. S. Infantry,

Second Cavalry,

California Volunteers.

Fort Stanton, N. Mex. 222 155 --

(Major J. Smith), First

New Mexico; Fifth

Infantry, California

Volunteers; First

Cavalry, California

Volunteers

Fort Wingate, N. Mex. 344 348 --

(Lieutenant Colonel

J. F. Chavese), First New

Mexico Volunteers.

Albuquerque, N. Mex. 182 173 4

(Captain W. H. Lewis),

Third U. S. Artillery,

Fifth U. S. Infantry

Los Pinos, N. Mex. 94 95 --

(Captain S. Archer),

Fifth U. S. Infantry.

Captain Easton, N. Mex. 77 79 --

(Captain E. H. Bergmann,

First New Mexico

Volunteers

Fort Craig, N. 468 540 --

Mex.(Colonel E. A. Rigg),

Fist and Fifth U. S.

Infantry; First Cavalry

California Volunteers

Franklin, Tex. (Colonel 386 459 --

George W. Bowie), Fifth

U. S. Infantry; First

Cavalry, California

Volunteers

Fort West, N. Mex. 215 285 2

(Captain V. Dresher),

First Infantry,

California Volunteers;

First Cavalry, California

Volunteers

Fort Bowie, Ariz. 61 51 --

(Captain T. T. Tidball),

Fifth Infantry,

California Volunteers

Tucson, Ariz. (Captain 121 119 --

William French), Fifth

Infantry, California

Volunteers

Las Crucese, N. Mex. 163 311 --

(Lieutenant Colonel W.

McMullen), First and

Fifth Infantry,

California Volunteers.

Fort McRae, N. Mex. 101 104 --

(Major A.

Morrison), First New

Mexico Volunteers

En route, First U. S. -- 103 --

Cavalry, Fifth Infantry,

California Volunteers

En route, three companies 234 -- --

First Infantry,

California Volunteers

In the field, New Mexico 306 4 ---

(Colonel C. Carson),

headquarters First New

Mexico Volunteers, and

four companies First New

Mexico.

In the field, New Mexico, 72 -- --

(Captain C. R. Wellman),

First Cavalry, California

Volunteers

Total 3,466 3,496 6

HEADQUARTERS DEFENSES OF NEW ORLEANS, July 2, 1863.

Commodore MORRIS:

Some apprehensions are entertained that vessels may be sent from this city up the river to aid the rebels. I have given orders that no steamer or other vessel not on Government service be allowed to pass the river, except by special authority from these headquarters.

I have, therefore, respectfully to suggest, if you can conveniently do so, that you will station a vessel at the parapet, with orders to let no vessel pass unless she is on Government service or has a permit from these headquarters.

I have the honor to be, commodore, your obedient servant,

W. H. EMORY,

Brigadier-General, Commanding.

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*Brigadier General Joseph R. West, commanding District of Arizona.

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