HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF TENNESSEE,
No. 14. Dalton, Ga., January 20, 1864.
In the regiments re-enlisted for the war, furloughs will be granted at the rate of 1 to every 10 men present for duty. These furloughs will be granted until the season of active operations begin. The certificates of commanders will conform accordingly.
By command of General Johnston:
GEORGE WM. BRENT,
Abstract from return of the Department of the Gulf,* Major General Dabney H. Maury, C. S. Army, commanding, January 20, 1864; headquarters at Mobile, Ala.
Command. Offi Men Effec Aggreg Aggreg Pie
cers tive ate ate ces
total presen presen of
t t and fie
General 11 --- --- 11 11 --
Mobile, Ala. 120 1,428 1,532 1,851 2,906 4
Mobile Bay, Ala. 95 1,675 1,878 2,106 2,872 --
Pollard, Ala. 51 857 921 1,079 1,455 8
Western Division a 90 1,673 1,873 2,204 3,189 --
Engineer troops 3 64 64 78 97 --
Cavalry brigade 61 783 904 1,086 1,982 --
Total 431 6,480 7,172 8,415 12,512 12
a Headquarters Mobile. The Fifty-ninth Alabama transferred to Montgomery, and company of Sappers and Miners not accounted for.
Troops in the Department of the Gulf, Major General Dabney H. Maury, C. S. Army, commanding, January 20, 1864.+
17th Alabama, Colonel Virgil S. Murphey.
29th Alabama, Colonel John F. Conoley.
1st Mobile Battalion, Colonel A. W. Lampkin.
Sappers and Miners (one company).
City redoubts, Colonel J. R. C. Lewis.
Artillery Battalion, Major Daniel Trueheart.
Missouri Battery, Captain William E. Dawson.
1st and 4th Missouri, Colonel A. C. Riley.
2nd and 6th Missouri, Colonel P. C. Flournoy.
3rd and 5th Missouri, Colonel James McCown.
1st and 3rd Missouri Cavalry, #Colonel Elijah Gates.
7th Alabama Cavalry, Colonel Joseph Hodgson.
Alabama Battery, Captain N. H. Clanton.
Alabama Battery, Captain Edward Tarrant.
1st Alabama Artillery Battalion, Major James T. Gee.
21st Alabama, Colonel C. D. Anderson.
1st Confederate, Colonel George A. Smith.
Louisiana Battery, Captain Edward Durrive, jr.
*So styled; but see Clay to Maury, March 5, Part III, p.586.
+A special report of light batteries in this department, made January 10 by Lieutenant Colonel M. T. Polk, chief of artillery, reports Selden's and Ward's batteries in addition to those named above and does not account for Dawson's battery.
++From Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana.