Cutts' Georgia Battalion.
Lieutenant Colonel A. S. CUTTS.
Ross' (Georgia) Battery, Captain H. M. Ross.
Patterson's (Georgia) Battery, Captain George M. Patterson.
Irwin (Georgia) Artillery, Captain John T. Wingfield.
Absttact from the return of the Departmant of Richmond, Major General Arnold Elzey, C. S. Army, commanding, August 31, 1863.
Present for duty.
Command. Officers. Men. Effective
General 11 ....... .........
Ransom's division 444 7,132 7,539
Wise's command a 165 2,533 2,689
Chaffin's Bluff 21 271 329
Drewry's Bluff 18 248 358
Richmond defenses 73 1,448 1,586
Total 732 11,632 12,501
Command. Aggregate Aggregate Pieces of
present. present and field
General 11 11 ........
Ransom's division 8,525 11,617 40
Wise's command a 3,256 4,456 10
Chaffin's Bluff 466 503 18
Drewry's Bluff 445 491 ......
Richmond defenses 1,851 2,121 14
Total 14,554 19,199 82
a And the 40th Virginia Cavalry Battalion.
Troops in the Department of Richmond, Major General Arnold Elzey, C. S. Army, commanding, August 31, 1863.
Brigadier General M. W. RANSOM.
24th North Carolina, Colonel William J. Clarke.
25th North Carolina, Colonel H. M. Rutledge.
35th North Carolina, Colonel John G. Jones.
49th North Carolina, Colonel Lee M. McAfee.
56th North Carolina, Colonel Paul F. Faison.
Major FRANCIS J. BOGGS.
Martin's (Verginia) Battery,
Sturdivant's (Virginia) Battery.
Webb's (North Carolina) Battery.
Brigadier General M. JINKINS.
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's (South Carolina) Legion, Colonel M. W. Gary.
Palmetto (South Carolina) Sharpshooters, Colonel Joseph Walker.
Major JAMES R. BRANCH.
Bradford's (Mississippi) Battery.
Coit's (South Carolina) Battery.
Pegram's (Virginia) Battery.
Wright's (Virginia) Battery.
*Jenkins probably in command.
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