Weekly report of regiments, detachments, &c., of cavalry command, September 24, 1863, Brig. General R. B. Mitchell commanding.
Command Commander Station
First Division Colonel E. M. McCook Sevely Springs
First Brigade Colonel Do.
A. P. Campbell
2nd Michigan Major John C. Dallas
9th Pennsylvania Lieutenant-Colonel Sevely Springs
1st East Tennessee Lieutenant Colonel Do.
Cavalry J. P. Brownlow
Second Brigade Colonel D. M. Ray Do.
2nd Indiana Cavalry Major J. B. Presdee Do.
4th Indiana Cavalry Lieutenant -Colonel Do.
2nd East Tennessee Lieutenant Colonel Jasper
Cavalry W. R. Cook
3rd East Tennessee Colonel W. C. Pickens Nashville
1st Wisconsin Colonel O. H. La Sevely Springs
Section Battery D, Lieutenant N. M. Do.
1st Ohio Volunteer Newell
Third Brigade Colonel L. D. Watkins Do.
4th Kentucky Colonel Wickliffe Do.
5th Kentucky Lieutenant Colonel Near Kelley's Ford
Cavalry W. T. Hoblitzell
6th Kentucky Lieutenant Colonel Sevely Springs
7th Kentucky Lieutenant Colonel Nashville
Cavalry J. K. Faulkner
Second Division Brig. General George Near Island Ferry
First Brigade Colonel R. H. G. On scout in search
Minty of forage
7th Pennsylvania Colonel James J. Do.
4th Michigan Major Horace Gray Do.
4th U. S. Cavalry Captain J. B. Do.
3rd Indiana Cavalry Lieutenant Colonel Pikeville, Tenn.
[detachment] Robert Klein
Second Brigade Colonel Eli Long Near Island Ferry
1st Ohio Volunteer Major Patten Island Ferry, Tenn.
3rd Ohio Volunteer Lieutenant Colonel Do.
4th Ohio Volunteer Lieutenant Colonel Do.
Cavalry O. P. Robie
2nd Kentucky Colonel T. P. Do.
Third Brigade Colonel William W.
5th Iowa Cavalry Lieutenant Colonel
10th Ohio Volunteer Colonel C. C. Smith Not heard from
Cavalry since leaving
1st Middle Lieutenant Colonel
Tennessee Cavalry Galbraith
Stokes' Battery, Captain James H. Island Ferry, Tenn.
Illinois Artillery Stokes
NEAR CHATTANOOGA, September 25, 1863.
ROBT. B. MITCHELL,
Brigadier-General and Chief of Cavalry.
WM. H. SINCLAIR,
HDQRS. FIRST BRIG., FOURTH DIV., 14TH ARMY CORPS, Friar's Island, September 24, 1863.
The force under my command is disposed as follows:
Second Michigan Cavalry at Dallas, with instructions to send one company to Soddy Shoals Ford, to camp and fortify by digging rifle-pits or constructing breastworks of rails or logs, and to patrol the river day and night between the two points.
Ninety-second Illinois at Harrison, with instructions to picket the river above and below whenever necessary.
One hundred and twenty-third Illinois and four pieces of artillery on the left bank of North Chickamauga, picketing the river and commanding the country opposite as far as the artillery can throw a shell.
Seventy-second Indiana and Seventeenth Indiana, with two rifled guns and three mountain howitzers, on the right bank of North