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Abstract from returns of the Department of the Cumberland, &c.-Continued.

Present for Pieces of

duty. artillery.

Command. Office Men. Aggrega Aggregat Heavy Field. Stat

rs. te e . ion.

present present

and

absent.

Miscellaneous

:

Engineer 52 871 1,161 1,886 - - Chat

Brigade tano

(Stanley) oga.

Pioneer 41 924 1,399 1,903 - - Do.

Brigade

(Buell)

Spears' 77 1,308 1,709 2,235 - - East

Brigade Tenn

esse

e.

Unassigned* 89 2,161 2,653 3,510 - -

District of

Nashville

(Rousseau):

Headquarters 6 - 6 6 - -

Clarksville 12 245 457 483 - 6

(A. A. Smith)

Columbia (H. 18 428 548 652 - -

R. Mizner)

Fort Donelson 11 250 446 480 - 4

(Brott)

Gallatin 46 669 862 1,022 - 7

(Paine)

La Vergne (F. 20 480 603 670 - -

C. Smith)

McMinnville 23 665 842 888 -

(Robinson)

Murfreesborou 151 3,428 4,255 5,214 4 5

gh (Van

Cleve)

Nashville (R. 200 3,887 4,844 5,505 9 16

S. Granger)

Total 487 10,052 12,863 14,920 13 38

District of

Nashville

Grand total 4,099 79,419 97,923 153,829 31 317

Department of

the

Cumberland.

Organization of troops in the Department of the Cumberland, commanded by Major General George H. Thomas, U. S. Army, December 31, 1863.

GENERAL HEADQUARTERS.

10th Ohio, Colonel Joseph W. Burke.

Ohio Sharpshooters, Captain Gershom M. Barber.

ENGINEER BRIGADE.

Colonel TIMOTHY R. STANLEY.

13th Michigan, Colonel Joshua B. Culver.

21st Michigan, Captain Benton D. Fox.

22nd Michigan, Major Henry S. Dean.

18th Ohio, Colonel Timothy R. Stanley.

PIONEER BRIGADE.

Colonel GEORGE P. BUELL.

1st Battalion, Captain John W. Elam.

2nd Battalion, Captain Correll Smith.

3rd Battalion, Captain William Clark.

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*At Cedar Grove, Chattanooga, Mossy Creek, and Sullivan's Branch.

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