Abstract from returns of the Department of the Cumberland, &c.-Continued.
Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate
Artillery 3 58 75
Cavalry 16 243 282
Engineers 21 961 1,284
Infantry 42 918 1,161
Grand total a 3,371 72,608 89,267
Grand total, 3,498 74,220 91,253
Pieces of artillery.
Command. Aggregate Heavy Field. Headquarters
present and .
Artillery 86 .. ..
Cavalry 642 .. .. Maryville,
Engineers 1,446 .. .. Nashville
Infantry 1,392 .. .. Bridgeport,
Grand total a 149,641 17 301
Grand total, 154,662 17 317
a According to the most reliable returns on file.
Organization of troops in the Department of the Cumberland, commanded by Major General George H. Thomas, U. S. Army, January 31, 1864.
1st Battalion Ohio Sharpshooters, Captain Gershom M. Barker.
10th Ohio, Joseph W. Burke.
Signal Corps, Captain Paul Babcock, jr.
FOURTH ARMY CORPS.
Major General GORDON GRANGER.
Major General DAVID S. STANLEY.
Brigadier General CHARLES CRUFT.
21st Illinois, Major James E. Calloway.
38th Illinois, Captain William C. Harris.
Z9th Indiana, Lieutenant Colonel David M. Dunn.
31st Indiana, Colonel John T. Smith.
81st Indiana, Lieutenant Colonel William C. Wheeler.
1st Kentucky, Colonel David A. Enyart.
2nd Kentucky, Lieutenant Colonel John R. Hurd.
90th Ohio, Captain Nicholas F. Hitchcock.
101st Ohio, Colonel Isaac M. Kirby.
Colonel JESSE H. MOORE.
96th Illinois, Lieutenant Colonel John C. Smith.
115th Illinois, Lieutenant Colonel George A. Poteet.
35th Indiana, Colonel Bernard F. Mullen.
84th Indiana, Major Andrew J. Neff.
8th Kentucky, Captain Coleman D. Benton.
21st Ohio, Colonel Samuel W. Price.
40th Ohio, Colonel Jacob E. Taylor.
51st Ohio, Major David W. Marshall.
99th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel John E. Cummins.