placed in the immediate command of the Department of the Cumberland, and Major General W. T. Sherman of that of the Tennessee.
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All of which is respectfully submitted.
H. W. HALLECK,
Hon. E. M. STANTON, Secretary of War.
No. 2. Organization of the Army of the Cumberland,
commanded by Major General William S. Rosecrans, at the battle of Chickamauga, Ga., September 19 and 20, 1863.
1st Battalion Ohio Sharpshooters, Captain Gershom M. Barber.
10th Ohio Infantry, Lieutenant Colonel William M. Ward.
15th Pennsylvania Cavalry, Colonel William J. Palmer.
FOURTEENTH ARMY CORPS.
Major General GEORGE H. THOMAS.
Provost guard-9th Michigan Infantry,*Colonel John G. Parkhurst.
Escort-1st Ohio Cavalry, Company L, Captain John D. Barker.
Brig. General ABSALOM BAIRD.
Colonel BENJAMIN F. SCRIBNER.
38th Indiana, Lieutenant Colonel Daniel F. Griffin.
2nd Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel Obadiah C. Maxwell, Major William T. Beatty, Captain James Warnock.
33rd Ohio, Colonel Oscar F. Moore.
94th Ohio, Major Rue P. Hutchins.
10th Wisconsin, Lieutenant Colonel John H. Ely, Captain Jacob W. Roby.
Brig. General JOHN C. STARKWEATHER.
24th Illinois, Colonel Geza Mihalotzy, Captain August Mauff.
79th Pennsylvania, Colonel Henry A. Hambright.
1st Wisconsin, Lieutenant Colonel George B. Bingham.
21st Wisconsin, Lieutenant Colonel Harrison C. Hobart, Captain Charles H. Walker.
Brig. General JOHN H. KING.
15th United States,1st Battalion, Captain Albert B. Dod.
16th United States,1st Battalion, Major Sidney Coolidge, Captain R. E. A. Crofton.
18th United States,1st Battalion, Captain George W. Smith.
18th United States,2nd Battalion, Captain Henry Haymond.
19th United States,1st Battalion, Major Samuel K. Dawson, Captain Edmund L. Smith.
Indiana Light, 4th Battery (2nd Brigade), Lieutenant David Flansburg, Lieutenant Henry J. Willits.
1st Michigan Light. Battery A (1st Brigade), Lieutenant George W. Van Pelt, Lieutenant Almerick W. Wilbur.
5th United States, Battery H (3rd Brigade), Lieutenant Howard M. Burnham, Lieutenant Joshua A. Fessenden.
*Not engaged; guarding trains and performing provost duty.
+For composition of the battalion, see return of casualties,p.171.