War of the Rebellion: Serial 074 Page 0643 Chapter L. REPORTS, ETC.-CONFEDERATE.

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ARTILLERY.*

Brigadier General FRANCIS A. SHOUP.

HARDEE'S CORPS.

Colonel MELANCTHON SMITH.

Hoxton's Battalion.

Alabama Battery, Captain John Phelan.

Marion (Florida) Light Artillery, Lieutenant Thomas J. Perry.

Mississippi Battery, Captain William B. Turner.

Martin's Battalion.

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

Ferguson's (South Carolina) battery, Lieutenant Rene T. Beauregard.

Howell's (Georgia) battery, Lieutenant W. G. Robson.

Hotchkiss' Battalion.

Arkansas Battery, Captain Thomas J. Key.

Semple's (Alabama) battery, Lieutenant Richard W. Goldthwaite.

Warren (Mississippi) Light Artillery, Lieutenant H. Shannon.

Cobb's Battalion.+

Cobb's (Kentucky) battery, Lieutenant R. B. Matthews.

Johnston (Tennessee) Artillery, Captain John W. Mebane.

Washington (Louisiana) Light Artillery (5th Company), Lieutenant William C. D. Vaught.

HOOD'S CORPS.

Colonel ROBERT F. BECKHAM.

Courtney's Battalion.

Alabama Battery, Captain James Garrity.

Alabama Battery, Captain Staunton H. Dent.

Douglas' (Texas) battery, Lieutenant John H. Bingham.

Eldridge's Battalion.

Eufaula (Alabama) Artillery, Captain McDonald Oliver.

Louisiana Battery, Captain Charles E. Fenner.

Mississippi Battery, Captain Thomas J. Stanford.

Johnston's Battalion.++

Cherokee (Georgia) Artillery, Captain Max. Van Den Corput.

Stephens (Georgia) Light Artillery, $ Captain John B. Rowan.

Tennessee Battery, Captain Lucius G. Marshall.

CAVALRY CORPS.

Lieutenant Colonel FELIX H. ROBERTSON.

Ferrel's (Georgia) battery. #

Huwald's (Tennessee) battery, Lieutenant D. Breck, Ramsey.

Tennessee Battery, Captain Benjamin F. White, jr.

Wiggins' (Arkansas) battery, Lieutenant J. P. Bryant.

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* Actual commanders of battalions are not indicated on original return.

+ Transfer from Hood's corps reported on return for April 10.

++ Transfer from Hardee's corps reported on return for April 10.

$ Prior to November, 1863, known as 3rd Maryland Battery.

# Only one section present. Remainder transferred, with Roddey's brigade, to Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana.

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