Numbers 96. - Captain Williams S. Boyd, Sixty-sixth Illinois Infantry.
Numbers 97. - Lieutenant Colonel Hector Perrin Seventh Illinois Infantry, THIRD Brigade.
Numbers 98. - Lieutenant Colonel William Hanna, Fiftieth Illinois Infantry.
Numbers 99. - Lieutenant Colonel Frederick J. Hurlbut, commanding FIFTY-seventh Illinois Infantry and THIRD Brigade.
Numbers 100. - Major Eric Forsse, FIFTY-seventh Illinois Infantry.
Numbers 101. - Major Joseph M. Griffiths, Thirty-ninth Iowa Infantry.
Numbers 102. - Captain Charles A. Cameron, Thirty-ninth Iowa Infantry.
Numbers 103. - Brigadier General Thomas E. G. Ransom, U. S. Army, commanding detachment Seventeenth Army Corps.
Numbers 104. - Abstract from Journal of Brigadier General Jacob D. Cox U. S. Army, commanding Twenty-THIRD Army Corps (temporarily) and THIRD DIVISION, Twenty-THIRD Army Corps.
Numbers 105. - Brigadier General Joseph A. Cooper. U. S. Army, commanding Second DIVISION, Twenty-THIRD Army Corps.
Numbers 106. - General G. T. Beauregard, C. S. Army, commanding Military DIVISION of the West.
Numbers 107. - General John B. Hood, C. S. Army, commanding Army of Tennessee.
Numbers 108. -Journal of Brigadier General Francis A. Shoup, C. S. Army, Chief of Staff.
Numbers 109. -Itinerary of the Army of Tennessee.
Numbers 110. - Lieutenant General Stephen D. Lee, C. S. Army, commanding army corps.
Numbers 111. - Lieutenant General Alexander, P. Stewart, C. S. Army, commanding army corps.
No 112. - Major General Samuel G. French C. S. Army commanding DIVISION.
Numbers 113. - Major Ezekiel H. Hampton, Twenty-ninth North Carolina Infantry, Ector's brigade.
Numbers 114. - Colonel David Coleman, Thirty-ninth North Carolina Infantry.
Numbers 115. - Major James H. McReynolds, Ninth Texas Infantry.
Numbers 116. - Lieutenant Colonel Abram Harris, Fourteenth Texas Cavalry (dismounted).
Numbers 117. - Brigadier General Claudius W. Sears, C. S. Army commanding brigade.
Numbers 118. - Major General Edward C. Walthall, C. S. Army, commanding DIVISION.
Numbers 119. - Major General William B. Bate, C. S. Army, commanding DIVISION, Hardee's army corps.
Numbers 1. Report of Major General William T. Sherman, U. S. Army, commanding Military DIVISION of the Mississippi.
HDQRS. MILITARY DIVISION OF THE MISSISSIPPI,
In the Field, Savannah, Ga., January 1, 1865
GENERAL: I have the honor to offer my report of the operations of the armies under my command since the occupation of Atlanta, in the early part of September last, up to the present date.
As heretofore reported, in the month of September, the Army of the Cumberland, Major-General Thomas commanding, held the city of Atlanta, the Army of the Tennessee, Major-General Howard commanding, was grouped about East Point, and the Army of the Ohio, Major-General Schofield commanding held Decatur. Many changes occurred in the composition of these armies in consequence of the expiration of the time of service of many of the regiment. The opportunity was given to us to consolidate the fragments, reclothe, and equip the men, and make preparations for the future campaign. I also availed myself of the occasion to strengthen the garrisons to our rear, to make our communications more secure, and sent Wagner's DIVISION, of the Fourth Corps, and Morgan's DIVISION, of the Fourteenth Corps, bat to Chattanooga, and Corse's DIVISION, of the Fifteenth Corps, to Rome; also a