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General staff of two brigades, one 6-mule wagon.

Quartermaster, commissary, ordnance, and medical departments of four brigades, one 6-mule wagon.

Field and staff, quartermaster, ordnance, and medical departments of two regiments, one 6-mule wagon.

Cooking utensils of each brigade, on 6-mule wagon.

Medical wagon of each brigade, one 6-mule wagon.

As ambulance for each brigade, one light 4-mule wagon.

Field and staff, and company officers of each battalion of artillery, one 4-mule wagon.

Cooking utensils of each battalion of artillery, on 6-mule wagon.

As ambulance for each battalion of artillery, one light 4-mule wagon.

This order will be immediately and vigorously complied with. All surplus transportation will be turned in to Major Taylor, chief quartermaster.

By command of Lieutenant-General Longstreet:

O. LATROBE,

Major and Assistant Adjutant-General.

DEMOPOLIS, February 26, 1864.

General J. E. JOHNSTON,

Dalton, Ga.:

The last of your troops left this morning. I have heard rumors of a forward movement upon you front and am anxious about the facts. Please telegraph me.

L. POLK,

Lieutenant-General.

DEMOPOLIS, February 26, 1864.

His Excellency Governor CLARK,

Macon, Miss.:

I have ordered all the railroads in Mississippi east of Pearl River injured by the enemy repaired immediately,a nd ask your co-operation in impressing all the property necessary to accomplish it. I have given hte requisite authority to Major George Whitfield, of the quartermaster's department, and want 300 negroes with axes, spades, and shovels about Shubuta.

L. POLK,

Lieutenant-general.

DEMOPOLIS, February 26, 1864.

Major S. HILLYER,

Quartermaster, Selma:

No further use for steam-boats after hte last of General Hardee's troops have returned to Montgomery.

T. M. JACK,

Assistant Adjutant-General.