Brig. Gen. JAMES R. CHALMERS.
Colonel ROBERT McCULLOCH.
1st Mississippi Partisan Rangers, Colonel
W. C. Falkner.
12th Mississippi Battalion, Lieutenant Colonel
W. M. Inge.
18th Mississippi Battalion, Lieutenant Colonel
Alexander H. Chalmers.
2nd Missouri, Lieutenant Colonel R. A. McCulloch.
Texas Squadron [Waul's Legion], Lieutenant
Colonel Leionidas Willis.
Buckner Battery, Lieutenant H. C. Holt.
Colonel W. F. SLEMONS.
2nd Arkansas, Maj. T. J. Reid.
3rd Mississippi [State Regiment], Colonel
George's [Mississippi] Regiment, Colonel James
7th Tennessee, Colonel W. L. Duckworth.
McLendon's [Mississippi] Battery, Captain
J. M. McLendon.
Brig. Gen. SAMUEL W. FERGUSON.
2nd Alabama, Colonel R. G. Earle.
56th Alabama, Colonel William Boyles.
12th Mississippi Battalion, Lieutenant Colonel W. M. Inge.+
Sanders' [Tennessee] Battalion, Maj. E. J. Sanders.
2nd Tennessee [Barteau's Regiment], Lieutenant Colonel George H. Morton.
Owens' [Arkansas] Battery, Captain James A. Owens.
South Carolina Battery, Captain John Waties.
HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF TENNESSEE, Missionary Ridge, November 21, 1863.
Maj. Gen. JOSEPH WHEELER,
Commanding Cavalry, near Knoxville:
GENERAL: The general commanding desires that the charges made against several of the officers of your command for intoxication, &c., during the late expedition into Middle Tennessee, be forwarded for action at these headquarters at as early a date as practicable.
I am, general, very respectfully, your obedient servant,
GEORGE WM. BRENT,
November 21, 1863.
Major-General WHEELER, Loudon:
You have forgotten General Davidson was assigned in the order of organizations to the Tennessee River, near Dalton. What disposition will you make of him? Wharton has returned.
*Richardson's brigade not accounted for an original.
+But see Inge's command, McCulloch's brigade.