War of the Rebellion: Serial 058 Page 0506 KY., SW. VA., TENN., MISS., ALA., AND N. GA. Chapter XLIV.

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Paroled and exchanged prisoners stationed at Enterprise, Miss., Major General John H. Forney, C. S. Army, commanding, January 1, 1864.

Mackall's Brigade.

Brigadier General WILLIAM W. MACKALL

3rd Louisiana.

21st Louisiana.

36th Mississippi.

37th Mississippi.

38th Mississippi.

43rd Mississippi.

7th Mississippi Battalion.

2nd Texas.

Appeal (Arkansas) Battery.

Ross' Brigade.

Miles' (Louisiana) Legion.

39th Mississippi.

Pointe Mississippi.

Pointe Coupee (Louisiana) Artillery.

Beltzhoover's Brigade.

Lieutenant Colonel DANIEDL BELTZHOOVER.

1st Louisiana Artillery.

8th Louisiana Battalion.

22nd Louisiana.

14th Mississippi Artillery Battalion.

J. S. Smyth's cavalry battalion.

Trans-Mississippi Battalion.

Vaiden (Mississippi) Artillery.

Unassigned.

1st Mississippi Light Artillery.

Signal Corps Detachment.

DALTON, January 1, 1864.

His Excellency the PRESIDENT,

Richmond:

The brigade of General Gregg, who was severely wounded at Chickamauga, was broken up in a reorganization of the army by General Bragg. He has returned to duty; there is no command for him. Do you prefer General Bragg's organization, or reforming General Gregg's brigade?

J. E. JOHNSTON.

DALTON, January 1, 1864.

Lieutenant-General POLK,

Commanding, &c., Enterprise:

General Roddey will be ordered to co-operate as you request.* If General Lee is sent to command the expedition General Roddey will be instructed to report to him.

For General Johnston:

B. S. EWELL,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

HEADQUARTERS GEORGIA STATE GUARD,

Atlanta, January 1, 1864.

Colonel GORGAS,

Ordnance Office, Richmond, Va.:

COLONEL: Your dispatch received to-day. Since my dispatch to the Secretary of War, Colonel Wright has notified me that he had for my command 1,500 small-arms, which will supply the immediate demand. I am somewhat at a loss to estimate the additional number.

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*See Polk to Johnston, December 28, 1863, Vol. XXXI, Part III, p. 876.

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