War of the Rebellion: Serial 041 Page 0749 Chapter XXXVIII. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-UNION.

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Abstract from return of the Department of the Gulf, &c.-Continued.

Present for duty

Command Officers Men Aggregate Aggregate

present present

and

absent

Thirteenth Army Corps ..... ..... ....... ........

(Ord)

Staff and pioneer 15 11 34 45

corps

First Division 278 4,302 5,678 10,717

(Washburn)

Second Division 101 1,455 1,978 5,678

(Dana)

Third Division 211 3,483 4,055 6,307

(McGinnis)

Fourth Division 204 2,760 3,723 6,040

(brudbridge)

Artillery detached 5 343 377 533

Total Thirteenth Army 814 12,354 15,845 29,320

Corps

Nineteenth Army Corps ..... ..... ........ .........

(Franklin)

Staff and escort 12 44 77 112

First Division 123 3,150 3,773 6,372

(Weitzel)

Third Division 114 2,606 3,092 5,182

(McMillan)

Reserve Artillery 3 133 143 196

Total Nineteenth Army 252 5,933 7,085 11,862

Corps is the field.*

Cavalry division .... ..... ....... ........

(Lee)

Staff 4 ..... 4 5

First Brigade (E. J. 36 802 891 1,100

Davis)

Second Brigade (John 33 733 924 1,479

J. Mudd)

Total cavalry in the 73 1,535 1,819 2,584

field+

Port Hudson

(Andrews):

Staff 10 ..... 10 10

Corps d'Afrique 113 2,568 3,449 3,821

(Ullmann)

Cavalry 16 410 642 812

Artillery 17 392 555 701

Total 156 3,400 4,656 5,344

Baton Rouge

(Gooding):

Staff 2 ..... 2 2

Second Brigade, First 53 665 2,226 3,059

Division, Nineteenth

Army Corps

(Sharpe's).

Cavalry 16 363 467 610

Artillery 14 613 800 1,137

Total 85 2,641 3,495 4,808

Defenses of New

Orleans (Beckwith):

Staff 8 ..... 8 8

First Brigade, Fourth 54 1,595 2,202 3,038

Division, Nineteenth

Army Corps (Birge)

Second Brigade, 95 2,390 3,266 4,062

Fourth Division,

Nineteenth Army Corps

(Cahill).

Other troops+ 98 2,821 3,536 4,075

total 255 6,806 9,012 11,183

District of Key West 35 690 1,028 1,088

and Tortugas

(Woodbury)

District of Pensacola 22 451 596 666

(Holbrook)

Grand total 1,725 33,906 43,668 67,097

Grand total according 1,705 36,167 49,298 71,125

to department monthly

return

Grand total according 1,718 35,357 49,274 71,174

to department tri-

monthly return for

September 30.

Command Pieces of Remarks

artillery

Thirteenth Army ........ Carrollton, La.

Corps (Ord)

Staff and pioneer ........ Do.

corps

First Division 10 Brashear City, La.

(Washburn)

Second Division 18 Morganza, La.

(Dana)

Third Division 6 Berwick, La.

(McGinnis)

Fourth Division 10 Carrolton, La.

(brudbridge)

Artillery 18 Do.

detached

Total Thirteenth 62

Army Corps

Nineteenth Army ........ Near Bisland, La.

Corps (Franklin)

Staff and escort ........ Do.

First Division 10 Do.

(Weitzel)

Third Division 10 Do.

(McMillan)

Reserve Artillery 6 Do.

Total Nineteenth 26 In the field.

Army Corps is the

field.*

Cavalry division ........ In the field.

(Lee)

Staff ........

First Brigade (E. ........ Near Bisland, La.

J. Davis)

Second Brigade 4 Near New Iberia, La.

(John J. Mudd)

Total cavalry in 4

the field+

Port Hudson

(Andrews):

Staff ........

Corps d'Afrique .......

(Ullmann)

Cavalry .......

Artillery 14

Total 14

Baton Rouge

(Gooding):

Staff ......

Second Brigade, .......

First Division,

Nineteenth Army

Corps (Sharpe's).

Cavalry .......

Artillery ....... Guns not reported.

Total .......

Defenses of New

Orleans

(Beckwith):

Staff ........

First Brigade, 8 Brashear City and Thibodeaux,

Fourth Division, La.

Nineteenth Army

Corps (Birge)

Second Brigade, 12 New Orleans.

Fourth Division,

Nineteenth Army

Corps (Cahill).

Other troops+ .......

total 20

District of Key .......

West and Tortugas

(Woodbury)

District of ........

Pensacola

(Holbrook)

Grand total 126

Grand total 156

according to

department

monthly return

Grand total 153

according to

department tri-

monthly return

for September 30.

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*The Second Brigade, Fourth Division, accounted for at Baton Rouge, and the Fourth Division in Defenses of New Orleans.

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+Exclusive of the Sixteenth Indiana Mounted Infantry at Carrollton; the Third Massachusetts at Port Hudson; the Fourteenth New York in the Defenses of New Orleans, and the Fourth Wisconsin at Baton Rouge.

#At New Orleans, Bonnet Carre, Carrollton, Forts Jackson, Macomb, Pike, and Saint Philip, and at Ship Island.