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Weekly report of effective force at the Department of the Cumberland, &c.-Continued.

Headquarters Infantry

Command. Officers Men Total Officers Men

Engineer

Troops:

Michigan -- -- -- 53 1,380

Engineer

s and

Mechanic

,

Colonel

William

P. Innes

Pioneer -- -- -- 9 193

Brigade,

Captain

N.

Thatcher

Engineer -- -- -- 76 1,254

Brigade,

Colonel

William

B.

McCreery

58th -- -- -- 22 258

Indiana

Voluntee

r

Infantry

,

Colonel

P.

Buell. a

Total -- -- -- 160 3,085

District

of

Tennesse

e:

Headquar 16 45 61 -- --

ters,

Major

General

L. H.

Rousseau

Fourth 6 2 8 172 4,601

Division

,

Twentiet

h Army

Corps,

Major

General

L. H.

Rousseau

Post 5 4 9 100 2,072

Nashvill

e,

Tenn.,

Brigadie

r

General

J. F.

Miller.

Artiller 8 7 15 -- --

y

Reserve,

Colonel

James

Barnett

Fort 2 2 4 -- --

Donelson

, Tenn.,

Lieutena

nt

Colonel

E. C.

Brott.

Clarksvi 4 3 7 -- --

lle,

Tenn.,

Colonel

A. A.

Smith

Gallatin -- -- --- -- --

, Tenn.,

Colonel

S. K. N.

Patton.

Nashvill 3 3 6 48 1,266

e and

Northwes

tern

Railroad

,

Tennesse

e,

Brigadie

r

General

A> C.

Gillem.

Nashvill 8 9 17 27 802

e and

Chattano

oga

Railroad

,

Tennesse

e,

Brigadie

r

General

H. P.

Van

Cleve

Nashvill 7 5 12 54 1,209

e and

Chattano

oga

Railroad

,

Tennesse

e Major

General

R. H.

Milroy

Post -- -- -- 26 570

Stevenso

n, Ala.,

Colonel

W. C.

Wilson

Post 7 33 40 33 665

Bridgepo

rt,

Colonel

W.

Krzyzano

wski

District 6 27 33 -- --

of

Northern

Alabama,

Brigadie

r

General

R. S.

Granger.

Post 1 3 4 -- --

Decatur,

Ala.,

Colonel

C. C.

Doolittl

e

Post -- -- -- -- --

Huntsvil

le,

Ala.,

Colonel

G. M. L.

Johnson

Pulaski, 9 18 27 -- ---

Tenn.,

Brigadie

r

General

J. C.

Starkwea

ther

Columbia -- -- -- -- --

, Tenn.,

Colonel

William

B. Sipes

Fourth 6 30 36 -- --

Division

Cavalry,

Lieutena

nt

Colonel

J. M.

Thornbur

gh

2nd -- -- --- -- --

Michigan

, 10th

11th,

and 12th

Regiment

s

Indiana

Cavalry

Total 88 191 279 460 11,185

Grand 497 2,829 3,326 2,980 56,698

total

Infantry Calvary

Command. Total Officers Men Total

Engineer Troops:

Michigan Engineers 1,433 -- -- --

and Mechanic,

Colonel William P.

Innes

Pioneer Brigade, 202 -- -- --

Captain N.

Thatcher

Engineer Brigade, 1,330 -- -- --

Colonel William B.

McCreery

58th Indiana 280 -- -- --

Volunteer Infantry,

Colonel P. Buell.

a

Total 3,245 -- -- --

District of

Tennessee:

Headquarters, Major -- -- -- --

General L. H.

Rousseau

Fourth Division, 4,773 -- -- --

Twentieth Army

Corps, Major

General L. H.

Rousseau

Post Nashville, 2,172 6 150 156

Tenn., Brigadier

General J. F.

Miller.

Artillery Reserve, -- -- -- --

Colonel James

Barnett

Fort Donelson, -- -- -- --

Tenn., Lieutenant

Colonel E. C.

Brott.

Clarksville, Tenn., -- -- -- --

Colonel A. A.

Smith

Gallatin, Tenn., -- -- - --

Colonel S. K. N.

Patton.

Nashville and 1,314 -- -- --

Northwestern

Railroad,

Tennessee,

Brigadier General

A> C. Gillem.

Nashville and 829 -- -- --

Chattanooga

Railroad,

Tennessee,

Brigadier General

H. P. Van Cleve

Nashville and 1,263 -- -- --

Chattanooga

Railroad, Tennessee

Major General R.

H. Milroy

Post Stevenson, 596 -- -- --

Ala., Colonel W.

C. Wilson

Post Bridgeport, 698 -- -- --

Colonel W.

Krzyzanowski

District of -- -- -- --

Northern Alabama,

Brigadier General

R. S. Granger.

Post Decatur, Ala., -- -- -- --

Colonel C. C.

Doolittle

Post Huntsville, -- 32 734 766

Ala., Colonel G. M.

L. Johnson

Pulaski, Tenn., -- 55 1,616 1,671

Brigadier General

J. C. Starkweather

Columbia, Tenn., -- 18 984 1,002

Colonel William B.

Sipes

Fourth Division -- 80 1,450 1,530

Cavalry, Lieutenant

Colonel J. M.

Thornburgh

2nd Michigan, 10th -- 77 2,775 2,352

11th, and 12th

Regiments Indiana

Cavalry

Total 11,645 268 7,209 7,477

Grand total 59,678 697 13,978 14,675