War of the Rebellion: Serial 069 Page 0891 Chapter XLVIII. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC. - CONFEDERATE.

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Abstract from return of the Department of North Carolina, & c. - Continued.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Effective Aggregate

total present.

present.

Second --- --- --- ---

Military

District a

Third Military

District:

Staff 13 2 2 15

Infantry 7 238 256 278

Light 30 732 752 804

artillery

Heavy 114 2,207 2,827 3,291

artillery

Cavalry 12 100 116 136

Company 4 53 128 136

engineer

troops and

signal corps.

Total Third 180 3,332 4,081 4,660

Military

District

Brigadier 6 15 --- 21

General James

Dearing and

staff

Cavalry 120 1,791 --- 2,314

Brigade

Total Cavalry 126 1,806 --- 2,335

Brigade

Drewry's

Bluff:

Smith's 18 289 359 433

battalion

Terrett's 7 51 --- 76

battalion

marines

Total Drewry's 25 340 359 509

Bluff

Grand total 953 12,889 12,592 17,112

Continuation: Pieces of artillery.

Command. Aggregate Heavy. Field. Aggregate

present present

and absent and

absent

last

return.

Second --- --- --- ---

Military

District a

Third Military

District:

Staff 16 --- --- 18

Infantry 378 --- --- 377

Light 901 --- --- 902

artillery

Heavy 3,998 --- --- 3,952

artillery

Cavalry 162 --- --- 163

Company 151 --- --- 152

engineer

troops and

signal corps.

Total Third 5,606 --- --- 5,564

Military

District

Brigadier 21 --- --- ---

General James

Dearing and

staff

Cavalry 2,937 --- --- ---

Brigade

Total Cavalry 2,958 --- --- ---

Brigade

Drewry's

Bluff:

Smith's 502 17 --- 504

battalion

Terrett's 270 --- --- ---

battalion

marines

Total Drewry's 772 17 --- 504

Bluff

Grand total 22,674 17 29 18,697

a Not reported.

Organization of troops in the Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia, commanded by General G. T. Beauregard, C. S. Army, June 10, 1864.

JOHNSON'S DIVISION.

Major General BUSHROD R. JOHNSON.

Eliott's Brigade.

17th South Carolina, Colonel J. F. McMaster.

18th South Carolina, Colonel W. H. Wallace.

22nd South Carolina, Captain A. C. Peace.

23rd South Carolina, Colonel Henry L. Benbow.

26th South Carolina, Colonel Alex. D. Smith.

Holcombe Legion South Carolina Infantry (detached at Stony Creet).

Johnson's Brigade.

17th Tennessee, Colonel R. H. Keeble.

23rd Tennessee, Colonel R. H. Keeble.

25th Tennessee, Colonel John S. Fulton.

44th Tennessee, Colonel John S. Fulton.

63rd Tennessee, Colonel Abraham Fulkerson.

Wise's Brigade.

26th Virginia, Lieutenant Colonel J. Calvin Councill.

34th Virginia, Colonel John T. Goode.

46th Virginia (detached at Petersburg).

59th Virginia, Colonel William B. Tabb.

Artillery.

Bradford's (Mississippi) battery, Captain William D. Bradford.

Cumming's (North Carolina) battery, Captain James D. Cumming.

Miller's (North Carolina) battery, Captain John O. Miller.

Pegram's (Virginia) battery, Captain Richard G. Pegram.

Slaten's (Georgia) battery, Captain C. W. Slaten.

Wright's (Virginia) battery, Captain Samuel T. Wright.