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[CHAP. XLIII.

ADDENDA.

Troops in the Department of the Cumberland engaged in the battle of Chattanooga, November 22-24, 1863.*

Commissione Enlisted Aggregate.

Command. d officers. men.

FOURTH ARMY CORPS.

First Division (Second and Third

Brigades) 225 2,909 3,134

Second Division. 460 6,463 6,923

Third Division. 453 7,048 7,501

Total Fourth Army Corps. 1,138 16,420 17,558

FOURTEENTH ARMY CORPS.

First Division (First and Second

Brigades) 195 3,884 4,079

Third Division. 286 5,747 6,033

Total Fourteenth Army Corps. 481 9,631 10,112

ELEVENTH ARMY CORPS.

Second Division. 181 2,218 3,063

Third Division. 224 3,379 3,603

TWELFTH ARMY CORPS.

Second Division 141 2,218 2,359

Total Eleventh and Twelfth

Corps. 546 8,479 9,025

Aggregate. 2,165 34,530 36,695

HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE CUMBERLAND, Chattanooga, April 23, 1864.

Numbers 3.

Organization of the forces under command of Major General Ulysses S. Grant, U. S. Army, engaged in the campaign.

ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND.

Major General GEORGE H. THOMAS.

GENERAL HEADQUARTERS.

1st Ohio Sharpshooters, Captain Gershom M. Barber.

10th Ohio Infantry, Lieutenant Colonel William M. Ward.

FOURTH ARMY CORPS.

Major General GORDON GRANGER.

FIRST DIVISION.#

Brigadier General CHARLES CRUFT.

Escort.

92nd Illinois, Company E, Captain Mathew Van Buskirk.

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*An unsigned paper found with the records of the Department of the Cumberland, and marked "office copy."

#The First Brigade and Battery M, 4th U. S. Artillery, at Bridgeport, Ala.; the 115th Illinois and 84th Indiana, of the Second Brigade, and 5th Indiana Battery, at Shellmound, Tennessee, and the 30th Indiana and 77th Pennsylvania, of the Third Brigade, and Battery H, 4th U. S. Artillery, at Whiteside's, Tennessee

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