Organization of Buckner's Division, Brigadier General Bushrod R. Johnson, C. S. Army, commanding, April 20, 1864.*
Colonel JOHN S. FULTON.
Colonel R. H.
Lieutenant Colonel John L. McEwen, jr.
63rd Tennessee, Colonel Abraham Fulkerson.
Detachments, +Captain Nathan Dodd.
Brigadier General ARCHIBALD GRACIE, JR.
41st Alabama, Colonel Martin L. Stansel.
43rd Alabama, Lieutenant Colonel John J. Jolly.
59th Alabama, Colonel Bolling Hall, jr.
60th Alabama, Major Hatch Cook.
23rd Alabama Battalion Sharpshooters, Major Nicholas Stallworth.
Brigadier General ALFRED E. JACKSON.
Thomas' regiment,++ Lieutenant Colonel James R. Love.
Walker's battalion,++ Lieutenant Colonel James A. McKamy.
Levi's (Virginia) battery.
Burroughs' (Tennessee) battery.$
McClung's (Tennessee) battery. $
DALTON, April 21, 1864.
General BRAXTON BRAGG,
In my dispatch of 19th great injustice was done to Lieutenant-General Polk. Papers just received from him show that he did not interfere with procuring supplies for this army, but put a stop to criminal proceedings.
J. E. JOHNSTON.
BRISTOL, April 21, 1864.
General J. E. JOHNSTON,
Enemy's cavalry, under Stoneman, are making strong demonstrations in this direction from Kentucky. I report this, as it may be a part of a general movement.
S. B. BUCKNER.
CIRCULAR.] HEADQUARTERS HARDEE'S CORPS, Dalton, Ga., April 21, 1864.
The battle-flags of this corps, known as "the Virginia battle-flag," will have inscribed on them the number of the regiment and the State to which it belongs; the number in the upper angle formed by the cross and the name of the State in the lower angle.
By command of Lieutenant-General Hardee:
T. B. ROY,
*As shown by inspection reports of Lieutenant Colonel Archer Anderson, assistant adjutant-general. Jackson's brigade at Carter's Depot, the others near Zollicoffer.
+From the sixteenth Georgia Battalion and the Third, Thirty-first, Forty-third, Sixtieth, Sixty-first, and Sixty-second Tennessee Regiments.
++Otherwise known as the Thomas (North Carolina) Legion.
$Detached at Saltville, Va.