War of the Rebellion: Serial 059 Page 0723 Chapter XLIV. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC. - CONFEDERATE.

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Brigadier General JOHN. C. VAUGHN.

Giltner's Brigade.

16th Georgia Battalion, Colonel S. J. Winn.

4th Kentucky, Lieutenant Colonel M. T. Pryor.

10th Kentucky, Colonel Andrew J. May.

10th Kentucky Battalion, Major J. T. Chenoweth.

1st Tennessee, Colonel James E. Carter.

64th Virginia, Colonel Campbell Slemp.

Vaughn's Brigade.

3rd Tennessee (Provisional Army, mounted), Colonel N. J. Lillard.

12th Tennessee Battalion, Major George W. Day.

16th Tennessee Battalion, Lieutenant Colonel John R. Neal.

31st [39th] Tennessee (mounted), Colonel William M. Bradford.

43rd Tennessee (mounted), Colonel James W. Gillespie.

59th Tennessee (mounted), Colonel W. L. Eakin.

Detachment Vaughn's old brigade, 60th, 61st, and 62nd Tennessee, Lieutenant Colonel William Parker.


Brigadier General E. PORTER ALEXANDER.

King's Battalion.

Otey (Virginia) Battery, Captain David N. Walker.

Davidson's (Virginia) battery, Captain George S. Davidson.

Dickenson's (Virginia) battery, Captain Crispin Dickenson.

Lowry's (Virginia) battery, Captain William M. Lowry.

Huger's Battalion.

Fickling's (South Carolina) battery, Captain William W. Fickling.

Jordan's (Virginia) battery, Captain John D. Smith.

Moody's (Louisiana) battery, Captain George V. Moody.

Parker's (Virginia) battery, Captain William W. Parker.

Taylor's (Virginia) battery, Captain Osmond B. Taylor.

Woolfolk's (Virginia) battery, Captain Pichegru Woolfolk, jr.

Leyden's Battalion.

Battery A, Captain William Barnes.

Battery B, Captain John Isom.

Battery C, Captain Andrew M. Wolihin.

Battery D, Captain Tyler M. Peeples.

Battery E, Captain Billington W. York.


Demopolis, March 31, 1864.

Honorable J. A. SEDDON,

Secretary of War:

I am in receipt of your letter of the 16th, in reply to mine of the 3rd, on the subject of the operations of the Bureau of Conscription in this department. The point made in my letter was not that the system I found in existence on taking command was better than that which you say was improperly superseded by it and to which you desire to return, but that if the system in existence was that of the War Department it could be better administered by the department commander than by an authority so remote as one at Rich