War of the Rebellion: Serial 042 Page 0564 W.FLA.,S.ALA.,S.MISS.,LA.,TEX.,N.MEX. Chapter XXXVIII.

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Velasco.

2nd Texas, Lieutenant Colonel N. L. McGinnis.

3rd Texas, Major J. H. Kampmann.

23rd Texas Cavalry, Lieutenant Colonel J. A. Corley.

Bates' (Texas) regiment, Lieutenant Colonel H. P. Cayce.

Waul's (Texas) Legion, Lieutenant Colonel J. Wrigley.

Jones' (Texas) battery, Lieutenant C. H. Williams.

1st Texas State Cavalry, Colonel T. W. Jones.

Infantry Brigade, State troops (twenty companies), Colonel N. W. Townes.

Camp McNeel.

Debray's (Texas) cavalry, Lieutenant Colonel J. J. Myers.

Camp on Old Caney.

2nd Texas Cavalry, Colonel C. L. Pyron.

Fort Manhasset.

Texas Battery, Captain W. H. Nichols.

Texas Cavalry (two companies).

Northern Sub-District.

Bourland's (Texas) battalion.

San Antonio.

Post guard, Major A. G. Dickinson.

Abstract from returns of the Eastern and Western Sub-District, District of Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona, for the month of December, 1863.

Present for duty

Station and command. Officers Men Aggregate

present

Eastern Sub-District

(Slaughter)

Sub-District staff 39 ............ 39

Camp Cedar Bayou 72 1,034 1,273

(Buchel)

Camp Slanghter (A. 21 183 267

Smith)

Camp Wharton 69 1,016 1,241

(Debray)

Camp of Instruction 8 137 173

(Moseley)

Galveston (Rainey) 91 1,579 2,027

Sabine Pass 43 554 727

(Griffin)

Velasco (Luckett) 99 1,134 1,460

Total 442 5,637 7,207

Western Sub-District

(Bee):

First Division

Staff 10 ............ 10

First Brigade 43 971 1,163

(Woods)

Second Brigade 61 771 1,035

(Duff)

Third Texas State 7 119 132

Cavalry

Cadet Battalion (one 3 42 46

company)

San Antonio 5 24 44

Victoria 14 93 137

Total 143 2,020 2,567

Grand total 585 7,657 9,774

Pieces of artillery

Station and command. Aggregate Heavy Field

present and

absent

Eastern Sub-District

(Slaughter)

Sub-District staff 39 ............ ...........

Camp Cedar Bayou 1,510 ........... ..........

(Buchel)

Camp Slanghter (A. 439 ............ ...........

Smith)

Camp Wharton 1,621 .......... 4

(Debray)

Camp of Instruction 197 ........... 8

(Moseley)

Galveston (Rainey) 2,595 25 8

Sabine Pass 968 6 6

(Griffin)

Velasco (Luckett) 2,455 8 4

Total 9,814 39 30

Western Sub-District

(Bee):

First Division

Staff 16 ........... ..........

First Brigade 1,442 ........... ...........

(Woods)

Second Brigade 1,309 ............ ...........

(Duff)

Third Texas State 162 ........... ...........

Cavalry

Cadet Battalion (one 58 ............ ..........

company)

San Antonio 139 ........... ............

Victoria 217 .......... ............

Total 3,343 .......... ...........

Grand total 13,157 39 30

Troops in Eastern and Western Sub-Districts, District of Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona, December 31, 1863.

EASTERN SUB-DISTRICT.

Brigadier General JAMES E. SLAUGHTER.

Camp on Cedar Bayou.

Colonel A. BUCHEL.

1st Texas Mounted Rifles, Colonel A. Buchel.

Texas Cavalry (nine companies), Colonel R. R. Brown.

Camp Wharton.

Colonel X. B. DEBRAY.

Debray's (Texas) cavalry.

Terrell's (Texas) cavalry.

McMahan's (Texas) battery.