War of the Rebellion: Serial 053 Page 0730 KY.,SW. VA.,TENN.,MISS.,N. ALA.,AND N. GA. Chapter XLII.

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clothing now and 3,000 more in two weeks. Will order osnaburgs from Choctaw factory made into tents rather than shirts and drawers, if you think best.

L. MIMS,

Major and Quartermaster.

MONTGOMERY, September 21, 1863.

Major A. M. BARBOUR:

Can furnish neither blankets, shoes, nor tents. None on hand.

J. L. CALHOUN,

Major and Quartermaster.

AUGUSTA, September 21, 1863.

Major A. M. BARBOUR:

I have none of the articles on hand.

J. T. WINNEMORE,

Major and Quartermaster.

ATLANTA, September 22, 1863.

Major A. M. BARBOUR:

No pants or blankets. Can furnish 15,000 shoes.

G. W. CUNNINGHAM,

Major and Quartermaster.

COLUMBUS, September 23, 1863.

Major A. M. BARBOUR:

General Bragg's army and filling your order have entirely run me out of stock for the present; shipping shoes to Major Barnwell. Will soon be able to help you.

F. W. DILLARD,

Quartermaster.

[Indorsement.]

The supplies furnished upon "your (my) orders" were very meager, and the shoes have not all arrived yet.

A. M. BARBOUR,

Major and Quartermaster.

Abstract from return of the Cavalry in Mississippi, Major General S. D. Lee, C. S. Army, commanding, for the period ending October 5, 1863; headquarters Canton, Miss.

Present

for duty.

Effec- Aggre- Aggre-

tive Aggre- gate gate

Command. Offi Men. total gate present last

cers. present present and return

. . absent. .

Jackson's 246 2,932 2,932 4,038 5,407 5,968

division.

Logan's 83 712 712 963 2,589 2,713

brigade.

Ferguson's 146 2,006 2,006 2,493 3,348 3,141

brigade.

Chalmers' 169 1,797 1,797 2,308 3,356 3,320

brigade.

Escort 3 57 57 71 88 103

company.

Total. 647 7,504 7,504 9,873 14,788 15,245