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

Artillery Total

Command Officers Men Total Officers

District of

Tennessee:

Headquarters, -- -- -- 16

Major General

L. H.

Rousseau.

Fourth 3 133 136 181

Division,

Twentieth Army

Corps, Major

General L. H.

Rousseau.

Post 12 329 341 123

Nashville,

Tenn., Brigadie

r General J.

F. Miller

Artillery 20 637 657 28

Reserve,

Colonel James

Barnett.

Fort Donelson, 5 153 158 7

Tenn.,

Lieutenant

Colonel E. C.

Brott

Clarksville, 3 104 107 7

Tenn., Colonel

A. A. Smith

Gallatin, 3 131 134 3

Tenn., Colonel

S. K. N.

Patton.

Nashville and 4 103 107 55

Northwestern

Railroad,

Tennessee,

Birg. General

A. C. Gillem.

Nashville and 12 380 392 47

Chattanooga

Railroad,

Tennessee,

Brigadier

General H. P.

Van Cleve

Nashville and 3 89 92 64

Chattanooga

Railroad,

Tennessee,

Major General

R. H. Millroy.

Post 4 133 137 30

Stevenson,

Ala., Colonel

W. C. Wilson

Post 6 256 262 46

Bridgeport,

Colonel W.

Krzyzanowski

District of -- -- -- 6

Northern

Alabama,

Brigadier

General R. S.

Granger

Post Decatur, 6 195 201 7

Ala., Colonel

c. C.

Doolittle

Post -- -- -- 312

Huntsville,

Ala., Colonel

G. M. L.

Johnson

Pulaski, -- -- -- 64

Tenn., Brigadie

r General J.

C.

Starkweather

Columbia, 3 118 121 21

Tenn., Colonel

William B.

Sipes

Fourth 5 120 125 91

Division

Cavalry,

Lieutenant

Colonel J. M.

Thornburgh

2nd Michigan, -- -- -- 77

10th, 11th,

and 12th

Regiments

Indiana

Cavalry

Total 89 2,881 2,970 905

Grand total 181 5,959 6,140 4,355

Total

Command Officers Aggregate Horses Guns

District of

Tennessee:

Headquarters, Major 45 61 -- --

General L. H.

Rousseau.

Fourth Division, 4,736 4,917 97 6

Twentieth Army

Corps, Major

General L. H.

Rousseau.

Post Nashville, 2,555 2,678 86 24

Tenn., Brigadier

General J. F.

Miller

Artillery Reserve, 644 672 533 30

Colonel James

Barnett.

Fort Donelson, 155 162 88 13

Tenn., Lieutenant

Colonel E. C.

Brott

Clarksville, Tenn., 107 114 186 6

Colonel A. A.

Smith

Gallatin, Tenn., 131 134 --- 6

Colonel S. K. N.

Patton.

Nashville and 1,372 1,427 78 6

Northwestern

Railroad,

Tennessee, Birg.

General A. C.

Gillem.

Nashville and 1,191 1,238 -- 57

Chattanooga

Railroad,

Tennessee,

Brigadier General

H. P. Van Cleve

Nashville and 1,303 1,367 3 9

Chattanooga

Railroad,

Tennessee, Major

General R. H.

Millroy.

Post Stevenson, 703 733 9 6

Ala., Colonel W.

C. Wilson

Post Bridgeport, 954 1,000 27 5

Colonel W.

Krzyzanowski

District of 27 33 -- --

Northern Alabama,

Brigadier General

R. S. Granger

Post Decatur, Ala., 198 205 164 11

Colonel c. C.

Doolittle

Post Huntsville, 734 766 -- --

Ala., Colonel G.

M. L. Johnson

Pulaski, 1,634 1,698 442 --

Tenn., Brigadier

General J. C.

Starkweather

Columbia, Tenn., 1,102 1,123 203 6

Colonel William B.

Sipes

Fourth Division 1,600 1,691 968 6

Cavalry, Lieutenant

Colonel J. M.

Thornburgh

2nd Michigan, 10th, 2,275 2,352 338 ---

11th, and 12th

Regiments Indiana

Cavalry

Total 21,466 22,371 3,222 191

Grand total 79,464 83,819 12,268 384

No report from First Ohio Volunteer Sharpshooters, Battery I, First Ohio Volunteer Artillery, Thirty-seventh Indiana, Seventy-eighth Pennsylvania, and One hundred and eighth Ohio Volunteer Infantry.

Respectfully submitted.

WM. L. PORTER,

Lieutenant and Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.

NEAR ATLANTA, GA., August 23, 1864-11.30 p. m. (Received 24th.)

Major General H. W. HALLECK,

Washington, D. C.:

All well. Give currency to the idea that I am to remain quiet till events transpire in other quarters, and let the idea be printed, so as to reach Richmond in three days. You understand the effect.

W. T. SHERMAN,

Major-General.