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rear of General Wood's line. He desires that you send one or more of your orderlies at once with the bearer, so that they may know the exact location.

I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

P. P. OLDERSHAW,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

HDQRS. THIRD DIVISION, TWENTY-FIRST ARMY CORPS,

Chattanooga, September 23, 1863-3.30 a.m.

Lieutenant Colonel LYNE STARLING,

Chief of Staff, Twenty-first Army Corps:

My pickets have heard no movements, and my division officer of the day reports all perfectly quiet on my front during the night.

Respectfully, &c.,

H. P. VAN CLEVE,

Brigadier-General.

Effective force Twenty-first Army Corps, September 23, 1863.

Command Officers Men

FIRST DIVISION

First Brigade

Headquarters 9 25

100th Illinois Volunteers 15 156

13th Michigan Volunteers 11 105

58th Indiana Volunteers 19 235

26th Ohion Volunteers 14 148

Total 68 669

Second Brigade

Headquarters 10 25

15th Indiana Volunteers 28 338

40th Indiana Volunteers 30 381

57th Indiana Volunteers 25 246

97th Ohio Volunteers 23 413

Total 116 1,403

Third Brigade

Headquarters 7 30

125th Ohio Volunteers 9 209

64th Ohio Volunteers 16 184

3rd Kentucky Volunteers 20 263

65th Ohio Volunteers 9 160

Total 61 846

Artillery 4 107

Total First Division 249 3,025

SECOND DIVISION

First Brigade

1st Kentucky Volunteers 17 248

2nd Kentucky Volunteers 18 264

31st Indiana Volunteers 22 268

90th Ohio Volunteers 17 332

Total 74 1,112

Second Brigade

124th Ohio Volunteers 23 245

41st Ohio Volunteers 21 212

9th Indiana Volunteers 24 203

6th Kentucky Volunteers 15 180

Total 83 840