War of the Rebellion: Serial 041 Page 0827 Chapter XXXVIII. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-UNION.

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

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

Port Hudson

(Andrews):

Corps 156 3,700 4,866

d'Afrique

(Ullmann)..

Other troops.. 27 405 537

Total.. 183 1,105 5,403

District of 23 369 755

Key West and

Tortugas

(Woodbury).

District of 59 876 1,124

Pensacola

(Asboth)..

Unattached

troops:

Brashear City 55 895 1,072

(Corps

d'Afrique).

New Orleans 25 672 771

(Corps

d'Afrique).

Total.. 80 1,567 1,843

Grand total.. 2,205 41,185 52,072

Grand total 1,994 39,142 52,604

according

Department

monthly

return.

Pieces of artillery.

Command. Aggregate Heavy. Field. Remarks.

present and

absent.

Port

Hudson

(Andrews):

Corps 5,519 ........... 8

d'Afrique

(Ullmann).

.

Other 669 ........... 4

troops..

Total.. 6,188 ........... 12

District 1,171 ........... ........... Key West,

of Key Fla.

West and

Tortugas

(Woodbury)

.

District 1,210 122 11 Barrancas,

of Fla.

Pensacola

(Asboth)..

Unattached

troops:

Brashear 1,087 ........... ...........

City

(Corps

d'Afrique)

.

New 789 ........... ...........

Orleans

(Corps

d'Afrique)

.

Total.. 1,876 ........... ...........

Grand 76,635 126 142

total..

Grand 75,486 154 162

total

according

Department

monthly

return.

Abstract from returns of the Department of New Mexico, Brigadier General James H. Carleton, U. S. Army, commanding, for November, 1863; headquarters, Santa Fe, N. Mex.*

Present for

duty.

Command. Office Men. Aggreg Aggreg Aggreg Piece

rs. ate ate ate s of

presen presen last field

t. t and return artil

absent . lery.

.

Department 25 ..... 25 27 21 .....

staff (Santa

Fe)..

Fort Marcy, N. ...... 11 11 13 62 .....

Mex.

(Lieutenant

Samuel

Ovenshine),

Field, staff,

and band,

Fifth U. S.

Infantry.

For Union, N. 8 216 256 321 319 .....

Mex.

(Lieutenant

Colonel W.

McMullen),

Fifth and

Seventh U. S.

Infantry;

First

Infantry,

California

Volunteers;

First Cavalry,

California

Volunteers.

Fort Union ...... 13 14 14 14 .....

Depot, N. Mex.

(Captain W.

R. Shoemaker,

military

storekeeper),

company of

ordnance.

Fort Sumner, 3 75 115 147 135 .....

N. Mex. (Major

H. D. Wallen),

Seventh U. S.

Infantry;

Second

Cavalry,

California

Volunteers.

Fort Stanton, 5 28 93 147 194 .....

N. Mex. (Major

J. Smith),

First Cavalry,

New Mexico

Volunteers;

Fifth

Infantry,

California

Volunteers.

Fort Wingate, 5 114 169 293 359 .....

N. Mex.

(Captain J.

C. Shaw),

First Cavalry,

New Mexico

Volunteers.

Albuquerque, 3 82 129 157 158 4

N. Mex.

(Captain D.

H.

Brotherton),

Third U. S.

Artillery,

Fifth U. S.

Infantry.

Los Pinos, N. 3 48 76 86 90 .....

Mex.

(Lieutenant

M. Mullens),

Fifth M.

Mullens) Fifth

U. S.

Infantry.

Fort Bascon, 4 72 96 110 109 .....

N. Mex.

(Captain P.

W. L.

Plympton),

Seventh U. S.

Infantry;

First Cavalry,

New Mexico

Volunteers.

Fort Craig, N. 9 182 238 311 312 17

Mex. (Colonel

E. A. Rigg),

First and

Fifth U. S.

Infantry;

First Cavalry,

California

Volunteers.

Mesila, N. 4 135 155 162 73 4

Mex. (Captain

J. S. Thayer),

Fifth

Infantry,

California

Volunteers;

Fifth

Infantry, New

Mexico

Volunteers.

Franklin, Tex. 6 74 93 94 94 .....

(Colonel G.

W. Bowie),

Fifth

Infantry,

California

Volunteers.

Fort West, N. 2 94 115 127 128 .....

Mex. (Captain

J. H.

Whitlock),

First and

Fifth

Infantry,

California

Volunteers.

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

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