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VII. All commanders will arrange that their trains be moved behind the Chattahoochee, or behind the center of the army during the time the cavalry is absent in the execution of this duty.

By order of Major General W. T. Sherman:

L. M. DAYTON,

Aide-de-Camp.

GENERAL ORDERS,

HDQRS. MIL. DIV. OF THE MISSISSIPPI, Numbers 21.

Nashville, Tenn., July 25, 1864.

I. General Orders, Numbers 20, current series, from these headquarters, is extended to include the prohibition of the exportation from this State of any agricultural produce of the kinds required for the army.

II. The use of grain for distillation within this State is prohibited.

By order of Major General W. T. Sherman:

R. M. SAWYER,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

[JULY 25, 1864.- For congratulatory circular from headquarters Department of the Cumberland, see Part I, p. 174.]

Weekly report of effective of the Department of the Cumberland, Major General George H. Thomas, U. S. Army, commanding, July 25, 1864.

Headquarters. Infantry.

Command. Office Men. Total. Office Men.

rs. rs.

Reserve Brigade, ... ... ... 31 646

Colonel H. Le Favour.

Post Chattanooga, ... ... ... 71 1,471

Colonel T. R.

Stanley.

14th U. S. Colored ... ... ... 23 540

Troops, Colonel T. J.

Morgan.

16th U. S. Colored ... ... ... 28 579

Troops, Colonel

William B. Gaw.

Total. ... ... ... 153 3,236

Fourth Army Corps:

Headquarters, Major 20 165 185 ... ...

General O. O. Howard.

First Division, Major 44 182 226 296 5,236

General D. S.

Stanley.

Second Division, 32 133 165 259 3,204

Brigadier General

John Newton.

Third Division, 42 304 346 330 4,787

Brigadier General T.

J. Wood.

Total. 138 784 922 885 13,227

Fourteenth Army Corps:

Headquarters, Major 23 445 468 ... ...

General J. M. Palmer.

First Division, 29 137 166 262 5,144

Brigadier General R.

W. Johnson.

Second Division, 35 87 122 257 5,233

Brigadier General J.

C. Davis.

Third Division, 35 226 261 332 5,887

Brigadier General A.

Baird.

Artillery corps. ... ... ... ... ...

Detached infantry, ... ... ... 73 1,155

railroad train-guards,

&c.

Total. 122 895 1,017 924 17,419

Cavalry.

Command. Total. Officers. Men. Total.

Reserve Brigade, 677 ... ... ...

Colonel H. Le Favour.

Post Chattanooga, 1,542 ... ... ...

Colonel T. R.

Stanley.

14th U. S. Colored 563 ... ... ...

Troops, Colonel T. J.

Morgan.

16th U. S. Colored 607 ... ... ...

Troops, Colonel

William B. Gaw.

Total. 3,389 ... ... ...

Fourth Army Corps:

Headquarters, Major ... .... ... ...

General O. O. Howard.

First Division, Major 5,532 ... ... ...

General D. S.

Stanley.

Second Division, 3,463 ... ... ...

Brigadier General

John Newton.

Third Division, 5,117 ... ... ...

Brigadier General T.

J. Wood.

Total. 14,112 ... ... ...

Fourteenth Army Corps:

Headquarters, Major ... ... ... ...

General J. M. Palmer.

First Division, 5,406 ... ... ...

Brigadier General R.

W. Johnson.

Second Division, 5,490 ... ... ...

Brigadier General J.

C. Davis.

Third Division, 6,219 ... ... ...

Brigadier General A.

Baird.

Artillery corps. ... ... ... ...

Detached infantry, 1,228 ... ... ...

railroad train-guards,

&c.

Total. 18,343 ... ... ...