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deal of cheering in the enemy's, convincing me that the force was not so insignificant as I at first supposed. The pickets report that speeches were made and caused the cheering.

Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

P. T. SWAINE,

Colonel, 99th Ohio Vol. Infantry, Comdg. Advance Forces.

Semi-weekly of effective force of the First Division, Twenty-first Army Corps, Brigadier General T. J. Wood commanding.

Headquarters. Infantry.

Command. Offi Men To- Offi Men. Total

cers tal cers .

Division

headquarters

, Brigadier- 10 20 30 --- --- ---

General Wood

First

Brigade,

Brigadier 9 23 32 59 667 726

General G. P.

Buell

Second

Brigade,

Brigadier 9 24 33 105 1,336 1,441

General G. D.

Wagner

Third

Brigade,

Colonel C. G. 7 34 41 67 902 969

Harker.

Artillery

Battalion a

Captain C. --- --- --- --- --- ---

Bradley.

Grand total. 35 101 136 231 2,905 3,136

Artillery. Total.

Command. Offi Men. To- Offi Men. Aggreg Hor-

cers tal cers ate ses.

Division

headquarters --- --- --- 10 20 30 20

, Brigadier-

General Wood

First

Brigade,

Brigadier --- --- --- 68 690 758 3

General G. P.

Buell

Second

Brigade,

Brigadier --- --- --- 114 1,360 1,474 24

General G. D.

Wagner

Third

Brigade,

Colonel C. G. --- --- --- 74 936 1,010 3

Harker.

Artillery

Battalion a

Captain C. 13 333 346 13 333 346 199

Bradley.

Grand total. 13 333 346 279 3,339 3,618 249

a Twelve guns.

TH. J. WOOD,

Brigadier-General, U. S. Volunteers, Commanding.

MONDAY, September 28, 1863.

[Indorsement.]

HEADQUARTERS TWENTY-FIRST ARMY CORPS,

September 29, 1863.

Respectfully returned for correction.

Major Mendenhall, chief of artillery, reports that you have but twelve in place of eighteen guns.

By order of Major-General Crittenden:

P. P. OLDERSHAW,

Captain and Assistant Adjutant-General.

How is this, Bradley?

BESTOW.

This report is made up rom the one that was made on the 28th for the 19th of September. We did have eighteen guns on that date.

C. BRADLEY,

Captain.

Respectfully forwarded corrected.

Captain Estep's company is so divided up and scattered that it was impossible to get a correct report of effective force in time for this report. The chief of artillery made a report as nearly correct as he could from previous reports, but forgot about the guns being non est.

Respectfully,

M. P. BESTOW,

Assistant Adjutant-General.