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Abstract from return of the Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, Major General Samuel Jones commanding, for April, 1864.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Effective

total

present.

General staff... 20 ..... .....

First Military 84 1,763 1,993

District of South

Carolina (Ripley).

Second Military 28 376 338

District of South

Carolina (Robertson).

Third Military 93 1,687 1,961

District of South

Carolina (Walker).

Fourth Military 26 373 420

District of South

Carolina (Trapier).

Fifth Military 62 854 932

District of South

Carolina (Rhett).

Sixth Military 104 1,732 1,835

District of South

Carolina (Wise).

Seventh Military 202 3,574 3,980

District of South

Carolina (Taliaferro).

Military District of 225 3,399 4,131

Georgia (Mercer).

Military District of 658 9,115 9,903

Florida (Anderson).

Total... 1,500 22,873 25,493

Command. Aggregate Aggregate Pieces Aggrega

present. present of te

and field present

absent. artille and

ry. absent

last

return.

General staff... 20 21 ..... 27

First Military 2,202 2,878 12 4,453

District of South

Carolina (Ripley).

Second Military 439 528 8 ....

District of South

Carolina

(Robertson).

Third Military 2,156 2,543 17 2,462

District of South

Carolina (Walker).

Fourth Military 474 703 ...... 1,178

District of South

Carolina (Trapier).

Fifth Military 1,000 1,222 ...... 1,239

District of South

Carolina (Rhett).

Sixth Military 2,076 2,663 16 2,980

District of South

Carolina (Wise).

Seventh Military 4,245 5,606 ...... 5,774

District of South

Carolina

(Taliaferro).

Military District of 4,782 5,797 23 7,165

Georgia (Mercer).

Military District of 11,418 16,568 69 16,375

Florida (Anderson).

Total... 28,812 38,529 145 41,653

Troops in the Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, Major General Samuel Jones commanding, April 30, 1864.

FIRST MILITARY DISTRICT.

Brigadier General ROSWELL S. RIPLEY.

1st South Carolina Regular Infantry, Colonel William Butler.

German (South Carolina) Artillery, Captain F. W. Wagener.

Orleans Guard (Louisiana) Artillery, Captain G. Le Gardeur, jr.

Macbeth (South Carolina) Artillery, Captain B. A. Jeter.

18th Georgia Battalion Infantry, Major William S. Basinger.

Chestatee (Georgia) Artillery, Captain Thomas H. Bomar.

SECOND MILITARY DISTRICT.

Brigadier General BEVERLY H. ROBERTSON.

Earle's (South Carolina) light battery, Captain William E. Earle.

South Carolina Siege Train, Company D, Captain William M. Bridges.

Washington (South Carolina) Light Artillery, Captain George H. Walter.

Mathewes (South Carolina) Artillery, Captain John R. Mathewes.

THIRD MILITARY DISTRICT.

Brigadier General WILLIAM S. WALKER.

3rd South Carolina Cavalry, Colonel Charles J. Colcock.

Kirk's (South Carolina) squadron, Captain M. J. Kirk.

Beaufort (South Carolina) Light Artillery, Captain H. M. Stuart.

German (South Carolina) Artillery, Captain W. K. Bachman.

Lafayette (South Carolina) Light Artillery, Captain J. T. Kanapaux.

Palmetto Battalion Light Artillery, Company G, Captain W. L. De Pass.

4th Florida Battalion, Company D, Captain John Tanner.

FOURTH MILITARY DISTRICT.

Brigadier General JAMES H. TRAPIER.

Steele's company (South Carolina) cavalry, Captain J. J. Steele.

Keitt's company (South Carolina) cavalry, Captain Ellison S. Keitt. Santee (South Carolina) Light Artillery, Captain Christopher Gaillard.

Waccamaw (South Carolina) Light Artillery, Captain Joshua Ward.

German (South Carolina) Artillery, Company B, Captain F. Melchers.