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Abstract from return of the Army of Tennessee, General Joseph E. Johnston, C. S. Army, commanding, February 29, 1864; headquarters Dalton, Ga.

Command Officer Men. Effecti Aggrega Aggrega Pieces

. s. ve te te of

total present present artille

present . and ry.

. absent.

General 25 159 159 195 255 ...

headqua

rters

Hardee'

s army

corps:

Headqua 28 195 194 271 369 ...

rters

Cleburn 490 5,336 5,200 6,770 9,969 ...

e's

divisio

n

Walker' 374 4,814 4,739 5,888 9,424 ...

s

divisio

n

Bate's 390 3,541 3,419 4,380 7,189 ...

divisio

n

Artille 47 970 948 1,161 1,754 45

ry

(Smith)

Total 1,329 14,856 14,500 18,470 28,705 45

Hardee'

s corps

a

Hood's

army

corps:

Headqua 13 64 63 138 295 ...

rters

Hindman 496 5,840 5,701 7,000 12,212 ...

's

divisio

n

Steward 407 5,319 5,190 6,202 11,750 ...

's

divisio

n

Stevens 479 6,165 6,033 7,391 11,111 ...

on's

divisio

n

Artille 38 898 857 1,060 1,277 36

ry

(Bondur

ant)

Total 1,423 18,277 17,844 21,881 36,645 36

Hood's

corps

Cavalry

:

Wheeler 387 3,992 3,916 5,748 10,973 ...

's

corps

Artille 7 185 182 216 279 10

ry

attache

d

1st 14 81 76 120 308 ..

Louisia

na

Cavalry

Total 408 4,258 4,174 6,084 11,560 10

cavalry

b

Artille 45 683 648 815 1,036 32

ry

reserve

(Hallon

quist)

Miscell

aneous:

Enginee 20 406 403 485 614 ...

r

troops

(Presst

man)

1st 8 62 59 80 256 ...

Louisia

na

Infantr

y

(Regula

rs)

Total 28 468 462 565 870 ...

miscell

aneous

Grand 3,258 38,701 37,787 48,010 79,071 123

total

a Cheatham's division, en route between Montgomery and Dalton, not reported; its effective total last report was 4,204. Bate's division (late Breckinridge's) exchanged for Stevenson's division.

b Actual date not known; strength the same as reported for February 20, p. 776.

Organization of the artillery in the Army of Tennessee, February 29, 1864.

HARDER'S CORPS.

Major MELANCTHON SMITH.

Hotchkiss' Battalion.

Major T. R. HOTCHKISS.

Helena (Arkansas) Artillery, Lieutenant James G. Marshall.

Semple's (Alabama) battery, Captain Henry C. Semple.

Warren (Mississippi) Light Artillery, Lieutenant H. N. Steele.

Martin's ROBERT MARTIN.

Bledsoe's (Missouri) battery, Lieutenant Charles W. Higgins.

Ferguson's (South Carolina) battery, Lieutenant H. D. Calhoun.

Howell's (Georgia) battery, Captain Evan P. Howell.