War of the Rebellion: Serial 045 Page 1065 Chapter XXXIX. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC. -CONFEDERATE.

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Cutts' Battalion.

Lieutenant Colonel A. S. CUTTS.

Major JOHN LANE.

Ross' (Georgia) battery, Captain H. M. Ross.

Patterson's (Georgia) battery, Captain G. M. Patterson.

Wingfield's (Georgia) battery, Captain J. T. Wingfield.

Abstract from return of Army of Northern Virginia, General Robert E. Lee. C. S. Army, commanding, for July, 1863; headquarters, Culpeper Court-House, Va.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Effective

total

present.

General headquarters 17 --- ---

First Army Corps

(Longstreet)

Staff 10 --- ---

McLaws' division 484 4, 633 4, 633

Pickett's division 344 3, 316 3, 316

Hood's division 504 4, 874 4, 874

Total 1, 342 12, 823 12, 823

Second Army Corps (Ewell)

Staff 18 --- ---

Rodes' division 471 4, 767 4, 767

Early's division 458 4, 223 4, 223

Johnson's division 480 3, 379 3, 379

Total 1, 427 12, 369 12, 369

Third Army Corps (A. P.

Hill)

Staff 16 --- ---

Anderson's division 506 4, 588 4, 588

Heth's division 260 3, 039 3, 039

Pender's division 416 3, 580 3, 580

Total 1, 108 11, 207 11, 207

Cavalry* --- --- ---

Artillery: 96 1, 724 1, 724

First Army Corps

Second Army Corps 95 1, 448 1, 448

Third Army Corps 86 1, 564 1, 564

Total 277 4, 736 4, 736

Grand total 4, 261 41, 135 41, 135

Command. Aggre-gate Aggre-gate Aggre-gate Pie-ces

pre-sent. pre-sent last of

and return. field

absent. arti-llery

General headquarters 17 17 17 -

First Army Corps

(Longstreet)

Staff 10 12 13 -

McLaws' division 5, 12, 12, -

999 246 690

Pickett's division 4, 11, 9, -

591 444 490

Hood's division 6, 11, 12, -

386 899 478

Total 16, 35, 35, -

986 601 671

Second Army Corps (Ewell)

Staff 18 20 20 -

Rodes'division 6, 14, 15, -

207 945 673

Early's division 5, 13, 13, -

477 025 063

Johnson's division 4, 12, 12, -

650 502 845

Total 16, 40, 41, -

352 492 601

Third Army Corps (A. P.

Hill)

Staff 16 17 15 -

Anderson's division 6, 12, 13, -

159 946 617

Heth's division 3, 8, 12, -

957 248 277

Pender's division 4, 11, 13, -

267 964 593

Total 14, 33, 39, -

399 175 502

Cavalry* - - - -

Artillery: 1, 2, 2, 83

996 873 927

First Army Corps

Second Army Corps 1, 2, 2, 84

704 392 580

Third Army Corps 1, 2, 2, 62

832 727 610

Total 5, 7, 8, 229

532 992 117

Grand total 53, 117, 123, 229

286 277 908

Troops in the Department of Richmond, Major General Arnold Elzey, C. S. Army, commanding, July 31, 1863.

RANSOM'S DIVISION. +

Major General R. RANSOM, Jr. ++

Ransom's Brigade.

Brigadier General M. W. RANSOM.

24th North Carolina, Colonel William J. Clarke.

25th North Carolina, Colonel Henry M. Rutledgle.

35th North Carolina, Colonel J. G. Jones.

49th North Carolina, Colonel Lee M. McAfee.

56th North Carolina, Colonel Peull F. Faison.

Jenkins' Brigade.

Brigadier General M. JENKINS.

1st South Carolina (Volunteers), Colonel F. W. Kilpatrick.

2nd South Carolina (Rifles), Colonel Thomas Thomson.

5th South Carolina, Colonel A. Coward.

6th South Carolina, Colonel John Bratton.

Hampton Legion, Colonel M. W. Gary.

Palmetto Sharpshooters, Colonel Joseph Walker.

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*Not reported on original.

+Temporarily serving in this department.

++Leave of absence for thirty days granted, July 18, to Ransom. Jenkins first in command.

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