War of the Rebellion: Serial 050 Page 0169 Chapter XLII. THE CHICKAMAUGA CAMPAIGN.

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No. 4. Abstract from tri-monthly returns

of the Army of the Cumberland, September 10 and 20, 1863.

SEPTEMBER 10, 1863.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

General headquarters a. 75 929 1,230

Fourteenth Army Corps b. 1,333 21,448 26,952

Twentieth Army Corps 831 12,325 15,314

Twenty-first Army Corps

c. 1,025 13,635 16,834

Reserve Corps d. 385 6,987 8,781

Cavalry Corps e. 561 9,517 12,106

Pioneer Brigade, First

Second, and Third

Battalions f. 57 857 1,255

Artillery Reserve g. 8 198 215

Unattached artillery h. 2 95 105

Signal corps i. 34 119 154

1st Michigan Engineers

and Mechanics and 2nd

Kentucky Battery k. 23 785 885

Total 4,243 65,919 93,062

Command. Aggregate Serviceable Pieces of

present horses. field

and artillery.

absent.

General headquarters a. 1,593 ---- ----

Fourteenth Army Corps b. 35,654 ---- 68

Twentieth Army Corps 24,551 ---- 54

Twenty-first Army Corps

c. 24,828 ---- 58

Reserve Corps d. 11,496 ---- 24

Cavalry Corps e. 16,714 9,913 9

Pioneer Brigade, First

Second, and Third 2,646 ---- ----

Battalions f.

Artillery Reserve g. 250 ---- 18

Unattached artillery h. 120 ---- 6

Signal corps i. 169 ---- ----

1st Michigan Engineers

and Mechanics and 2nd 1,000 ---- 4

Kentucky Battery k.

Total 115,375 9,913 241

Present for duty, equipped.

Infantry. Cavalry.

Command. Officers Men. Officers Men.

General headquarters a. 34 496 25 450

Fourteenth Army Corps b. 1,150 20,434 ---- ----

Twentieth Army Corps 801 11,524 ---- ----

Twenty-first Army Corps

c. 910 12,164 ---- ----

Reserve Corps d. 262 4,909 ---- ----

Cavalry Corps e.

-----

------

532 9,144

Pioneer Brigade, First

Second,and Third 47 857 ---- ----

Battalions f.

Artillery Reserve g.

-----

------

---- ----

Unattached artillery h.

-----

------

---- ----

Signal corps i.

-----

------

---- ----

1st Michigan Engineers

and Mechanics and 2nd 23 652 ---- ----

Kentucky Battery k.

Total. 3,180 50,179 557 9,549

Present for duty, equipped.

Artillery. Total.

Command. Officers Men. Officers Men.

General headquarters a. ---- ---- 59 946

Fourteenth Army Corps b. 42 1,132 1,192 21,566

Twentieth Army Corps 32 1,015 833 12,539

Twenty-first Army Corps

c. 35 1,081 945 13,245

Reserve Corps d. 9 299 271 5,208

Cavalry Corps e. 6 160 538 9,304

Pioneer Brigade, First

Second,and Third ---- ---- 47 857

Battalions f.

Artillery Reserve g. 8 198 8 198

Unattached artillery h. 3 95 3 95

Signal corps i. ---- ----

-----

----

1st Michigan Engineers

and Mechanics and 2nd 4 73 27 275

Kentucky Battery k.

Total. 139 4,053 4,053 63,816

a Including department staff, 10th Ohio Infantry,1st Battalion Ohio Sharpshooters, and 15th Pennsylvania Cavalry.

b 3rd Ohio, 69th Ohio, and 89th Ohio detached.

c See also report of effective strength in battle of Chickamauga, p.617.

d Including corps headquarters, the First Division, and the Second (McCook's) Brigade of the Second stationed at Murfreesborough, and had, on August 31,92 officers and 1,895 men for duty. Between August 31 and September 12 the 22nd Michigan (numbering on August 31,26 officers and 576 men for duty) and the 89th Ohio (numbering on August 31,20 officers and 420 men for duty) were added to the First Brigade of the First Division, and the 69th Ohio (numbering on August 31,15 officers and 334 men) was added to the Second Brigade of the Second Division. The strength given under the heading "Present for duty, equipped" includes the First Division only.

e 3rd Tennessee Cavalry and 7th Kentucky Cavalry detached. The returns include Lowe's brigade, which had at Murfreesborough, on August 31,33 officers and 541 men for duty.

f Not added in total; accounted for elsewhere.

g At Nashville, Tenn.

h At Gallatin, Tenn.

i Not added in total; accounted for elsewhere.

k At Elk River Bridge, Tenn.