War of the Rebellion: Serial 041 Page 0898 W. FLA., S. ALA., S. MISS., LA., TEX., N. MEX. Chapter XXXVIII.

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Cavalry.

Colonel EDMUND J. DAVIS.

1st Texas.

2nd Texas, Captain Clemente Zapata.

Partisan Rangers (one company).

Detachments at Brownsville, Tex.

1st Engineers, Corps d'Afrique (one company)

16th Infantry, Corps d'Afrique (two companies)

Major E. Manville Hamilton

Pioneers (one company), Captain Alden H. Jumper.

Provost-guard (one company),. Captain Charles Altman.

Troops at Point Isabel, Tex.

Colonel JUSTIN HODGE.

1st Engineers, Corps d'Afrique, Lieutenant Colonel Arthur F. Wrotnouski.

2nd Engineers, Corps d'Afrique, Colonel John C. Cobb.

16th Infantry, Corps d'Afrique, Colonel Matthew C. Kempsey.

THIRD DIVISION. *

Brigadier General GEORGE F. McGINNIS.

First Brigade.

Colonel DANIEL MACAULEY.+

11th Indiana, Major George Butler.

24th Indiana, Major John F. Grill.

34th Indiana, Colonel Robert B. Jones.

46th Indiana (six companies), Colonel Aaron M. Flory.

29th Wisconsin, Major Bradford Hancock.

Second Brigade.

Colonel WILLIAM H. RAYNOR.

47th Indiana, Major Lewis H. Goodwin.

24th Iowa, Major Edward Wright.

28th Iowa, Colonel John Connell.

56th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel Sampson E. Varner.

Artillery.

1st Missouri Light, Battery A, Lieutenant Elisha Cole.

FOURTH DIVISION.#

Colonel WILLIAM J. LANDRAM.

First Brigade.

Lieutenant Colonel JOHN COWAN.

60th Indiana, Lieutenant Colonel Augustus Goelzer.

67th Indiana, Major Francis A. Sears.

19th Kentucky, Major Josiah J. Mann.

83rd Ohio,@ Major S. S. L'Hommedieu,jr.

96th Ohio, Colonel Joseph W. Vance.

23rd Wisconsin, Major Joseph E. Greene.

Second Brigade.

Major MEMOIR V. HOTCHKISS.||

77th Illinois, Captain Joseph M. McCollough.

130th Illinois, Major John B. Reid.

48th Ohio, Captain John A. Bering.

Artillery.

Chicago Mercantile Battery, Captain Patrick H. White.

17th Ohio Battery, Captain Charles S. Rice.

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*Brigadier-General McGinnis assigned to command, September 13,the division (excepting the Thirty-fourth and part of the Forty-sixth Indiana, already embarked.) at Algiers, La., under orders to proceed to Fort Esperanza, Pass Cavallo, Tex.

+Commanding vice Brigadier General Robert A. Cameron, detached on special service.

#Colonel Landram commanding vice, Brigadier General S. G. Burbridge, relieved by Special Orders, Numbers 83, Headquarters Nineteenth Army Corps United States Forces, December 5, and granted leave of absence by Special Orders, Numbers 307, Department of the Gulf, December 9. The infantry of the division was reorganized, as herein indicated, by Special Orders, Numbers 70, Headquarters Nineteenth Army Corps, November 21, and the division ordered December 11, 15, and 16, from Algiers, La., to Fort Esperanza, Tex. (Special Orders, Nos. 309, 314, Department of the Gulf, of those dates) and reported December 31,both as en route to and at Decrow's Point, Tex.

@At Fort Jackson, La., assigned to that post by Special Orders, Numbers 21. Department of the Gulf, December 21, 1863.

||Assigned to command December 5, vice Colonel David P. Grier, ordered north on recruiting service.

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