War of the Rebellion: Serial 052 Page 0801 Chapter XLII. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-UNION.

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

Command Officers Men

SECOND DIVISION - continued. 14 233

Third Brigade. 6th Ohio

Volunteers

24th Ohio Volunteers 14 151

36th Indiana Volunteers 13 196

23rd Kentucky Volunteers 20 174

84th Illinois Volunteers 20 250

Total 81 1,004

110th Illinois Volunteers 10 213

[battalion]

7th Illinois Cavalry, Company C 2 33

Artillery 8 333

Total Second Division 258 3,535

THIRD DIVISION. First Brigade. 21 285

19th Ohio Volunteers

79th Indiana Volunteers 11 265

9th Kentucky Volunteers 24 219

17th Kentucky Volunteers 26 362

Total 82 1,131

Second Brigade. Headquarters 7 30

86th Indiana Volunteers 20 215

44th Indiana Volunteers 18 146

59th Ohio Volunteers 11 210

13th Ohio Volunteers 15 223

Total 71 824

Third Brigade. 8th Kentucky 16 207

Volunteers

35th Indiana Volunteers 29 141

51st Ohio Volunteers 18 214

99th Ohio Volunteers 21 260

Total 84 822

Artillery 6 200

Total Third Division 243 2,977

Total Twenty-first Army Corps 750 9,537

Aggregate Twenty-first Army Corps 10,287

T. L. CRITTENDEN,

Major-General, Commanding.

P. P. OLDERSHAW,

Captain and Assistant Adjutant-General.

HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE CUMBERLAND, September 23, 1863-11 a.m.

Major-General GRANGER:

Hold your troops in readiness to succor the center and left, especially the left. You will see to the Reserve Artillery under charge of Colonel Barnett. Be on the ground yourself. Make your headquarters on the hill near the house of Father Nealis, the Catholic priest, and keep me advised of all that passes.

Very respectfully,

J. A. GARFIELD,

Brigadier-General and Chief of Staff.

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