War of the Rebellion: Serial 047 Page 0333 Chapter XL. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-CONFEDERATE.

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INFANTRY.

Present.

Command. Effective total. Total.

8th North Carolina, 396 564

Colonel Shaw

31st North 421 461

Carolina, Colonel

Jordan

51st North 494 660

Carolina, Colonel

McKethan

61st North 331 430

Carolina, Colonel

Radcliffe

20th South 571 744

Carolina, Colonel

Keitt

21st South 386 434

Carolina, Colonel

Graham

25 South Carolina, 591 647

Colonel Simonton

7th South 260 313

Carolina,

Battalion,

Lieutenant-Colonel

Nelson

Charleston 389 483

Battalion,

Lieutenant-Colonel

Gaillard

6th Georgia, 323 413

Lieutenant-Colonel

Lofton

19th Georgia, 342 382

Colonel Hutchins

23rd Georgia, Major 427 442

M. R. Ballenger

27th Georgia, Major 363 414

James Gardner

28th Georgia, 379 390

Captain W. P.

Crawford

32nd Georgia, 540 601

Colonel Harrison

54th Georgia, 356 397

Colonel Way

1st Volunteers 120 150

(Georgia) Colonel

Olmstead

12th Georgia 221 262

Battalion Colonel

Olmstead

18th Georgia 133 159

Battalion Colonel

Olmstead

7,043 8,346

MILITIA.

1st Regiment 482 482

Charleston Guard,

Colonel E. Magrath

18th South Carolina 175 198

Militia, Colonel

J. E. Carew

1st Regiment South 198 215

Carolina Artillery

(militia), acting

as infantry,

Colonel J. A.

Wagner

Battalion State 117 123

Cadets, Major J.

W. White

Total 8,015 9,364

Total present and absent, 13,460.

CAVALRY.

5th South Carolina 434 531

Cavalry (seven

companies), Colonel

John Dunovant

4th South Carolina 59 61

(one company),

Captain Colcock

Captain Sparks's 49 59

Company, South

Carolina Cavalry

Total cavalry 542 651

Total present and absent, 876.

RECAPITULATION.

Artillery.......................................... 3,268

Volunteers infantry................................ 7,043

Militia............................................ 972

Cavalry............................................ 542

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Total effective....................................11,825

Militia regiments, now organizing,

not to exceed...................................... 4,000

11th South Carolina (nine companies),at

Pocotaligo, which may be brought in in an emergency 510

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Total............................................. 16,335

NOTE.-17th South Carolina Volunteers, 324; 18th South Carolina Volunteers, 363; 23rd South Carolina Volunteers, 267; 26th South Carolina Volunteers, 413; Holcombe Legion, 276. Evans' brigade just arrived. Total 1,643. Grand total 17,978.

Respectfully submitted.

THOMAS JORDAN,

Brigadier-General, and Chief of Staff.

[Indorsements.]

HDQRS. DEPT. SOUTH CAROLINA, GEORGIA, AND FLORIDA,

Charleston, S. C., August 30, 1863.

Respectfully forwarded by direction and for the information of His Excellency the President.