War of the Rebellion: Serial 056 Page 0850 KY.,SW.VA.,Tennessee,MISS.,N.ALA., AND N.GA. Chapter XLIII.

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Effective strength of the Army of Tennessee (infantry and artillery), December 20, 1863.

HARDEE'S CORPS.

Cheatham's division:

Infantry............................................... 3,799

Artillery.............................................. 291

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Effective.............................................. 4,090

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Cleburne's division:

Infantry............................................... 5,108

Artillery.............................................. 251

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Effective.............................................. 5,539

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Stevenson's division:

Infantry............................................... 5,313

Artillery.............................................. 241

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Effective.............................................. 5,554

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Walker's division:

Infantry............................................... 5,144

Artillery.............................................. 212

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Effective.............................................. 5,356

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Total effective........................................ 20,359 HINDMAN'S CORPS.

Hindman's division:

Infantry............................................... 5,108

Artillery.............................................. 247

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Effective.............................................. 5,355

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Breckinridge's division:

Infantry............................................... 4,615

Artillery.............................................. 222

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Effective.............................................. 4,837

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Stewart's division:

Infantry.............................................. 4,210

Artillery............................................. 318

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Effective............................................. 4,528

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Total effective....................................... 14,720

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Grand total effective................................. 35,079

HEADQUARTERS CAVALRY IN MISSISSIPPI, Canton, December 20, 1863.

Colonel B. S. EWELL,

Assistant Adjutant-General, Brandon, Miss.:

COLONEL: The reports from the Memphis and Charleston Railroad represent the railroad as re-enforced with infantry; that the cavalry has gone into West Tennessee after Forrest, and that Grierson