War of the Rebellion: Serial 056 Page 0620 KY.,SW. VA.,Tennessee,MISS.,N. ALA.,AND N. GA. Chapter XLIII.

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Palmer's Battalion.

Bledsoe's (Missouri) Battery, Captain Hiram M. Bledsoe.

Ferguson's (South) Carolina) Battery, Captain T. B. Ferguson.

Martin's (Georgia) Battery, Lieutenant Evan P. Howell.

CHEATHAM'S CORPS.

Smith's Battalion.

Carnes' (Tennessee) Battery, Captain William W. Carnes.

Scogin's (Georgia) Battery, Captain John Scogin.

Scott's (Tennessee) Battery, Lieutenant John Doscher.

Smith's (Mississippi) Battery, Lieutenant William B. Turner.

Stanford's (Mississippi) Battery, Captain T. J. Stanford.

Fowler's Battalion.

Dent's (Alabama) Battery, Captain S. H. Dent.

Fowler's (Alabama) Battery, Captain William H. Fowler.

Garrity's (Alabama) Battery, Captain James Garrity.

Waters' (Alabama) Battery, Lieutenant William P. Hamilton.

Williams' Battalion.

Baxter's (Tennessee) Battery, Captain Edmund D. Baxter.

Kolb's (Alabama) Battery, Captain R. F. Kolb.

Jeffress' (Virginia) Battery, Captain William C. Jeffress.

McCants' (Florida) Battery, Captain Robert P. McCants.

BRECKINRIDGE'S CORPS.

Calvert's (Arkansas) Battery, Lieutenant Thomas J. Key.

Cobb's (Kentucky) Battery, Lieutenant Frank P. Gracey.

Darden's (Mississippi) Battery, Lieutenant H. W. Bullen.

Dawson's (Georgia) Battery, Lieutenant R. W. Anderson.

Douglas' (Texas) Battery, Captain James P. Douglas.

Eufaula (Alabama) Artillery, Lieutenant William J. McKenzie.

Humphreys' (Arkansas) Battery, Lieutenant John W. Rivers.

Mebane's (Tennessee) Battery, Captain John W. Mebane.

Semple's (Alabama) Battery, Lieutenant Richard W. Goldthwaite.

Slocomb's (Louisiana) Battery, Captain C. H. Slocomb.

Swett's (Mississippi) Battery, Lieutenant H. Shannon.

RESERVE.

Barret's (Missouri) Battery, Captain Overton W. Barret.

Havis' (Georgia) Battery, Lieutenant James R. Duncan.

Lumsden's (Alabama) Battery, Lieutenant Harvey H. Cribbs.

Massenberg's (Georgia) Battery, Captain Thomas L. Massenberg.

HEADQUARTERS CAVALRY BRIGADE, Near Beard's Bridge, November 1, 1863.

Major-General WHEELER,

Commanding Cavalry Corps:

GENERAL: In obedience to your orders I marched to Cleveland with my command this morning, and finding no instructions there, have camped near Beard's Bridge, 7 miles from town, with headquarters at the house of Mr. Surguine, that being the nearest place where forage can be obtained. I am without wagons or any convenience for camping. My wagons were ordered to Cleveland, but