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Consolidated field return of Artillery Brigade, Fifteenth Army Corps, Department and Army of the Tennessee.

Present.

Battery. Officers. Men. Guns. Caliber.

4th Ohio 1 41 6 4,62

Battery. .

2nd U. S. 2 80 4 3-inch

Artillery,

Battery F.

.

1st Iowa 1 84 4 3-inch

Battery. .

1st 3 67 4 4,62

Illinois

Light

Artillery,

Battery A.

1st 3 137 6 4,62

Illinois

Light

Artillery,

Battery F.

1st 1 41 4 3,67

Illinois

Light

Artillery,

Battery H.

6th 2 95 4 4,62

Wisconsin

Battery. .

12th 2 137 4 3-inch

Wisconsin

Battery. .

1st 3 105 4 2,90

Michigan

Light

Artillery,

Battery B.

1st . . . . . . 6 4,62

Missouri

Light

Artillery,

Battery H.

Total. . 18 787 46 . . .

Horses.

Battery. Rounds of Serviceable Unserviceab Remarks.

ammunition . le.

per gun.

4th Ohio 128 80 . . . 1 officer

Battery. . and 100

men

serving

with

battery

from

infantry.

2nd U. S. 139 48 12 Stationed

Artillery, at Rome,

Battery F. Ga. No

. report

received

since

October

10, 1864.

1st Iowa 152 43 3 Stationed

Battery. . at

Atlanta.

No report

received

since

September

30, 1864.

1st 125 68 . . . One

Illinois section at

Light Atlanta.

Artillery,

Battery A.

1st 90 32 . . . Stationed

Illinois at

Light Atlanta,

Artillery, Ga.

Battery F.

1st 99 18 10 Do.

Illinois

Light

Artillery,

Battery H.

6th 128 55 3 No report

Wisconsin ever

Battery. . received.

At Rome.

12th 186 51 . . .

Wisconsin

Battery. .

1st 209 93 . . .

Michigan

Light

Artillery,

Battery B.

1st . . . . . . . . .

Missouri

Light

Artillery,

Battery H.

Total. . 1,250 488 28

C. J. STOLBRAND,

Major 2nd Illinois Light Arty., Chief of Arty., [15th] Army Corps.

OCTOBER 22, 1864.

HDQRS. MILITARY DIVISION OF THE MISSISSIPPI,

In the Field, Gaylesville, Ala., October 22, 1864.

General CORSE,

Rome, Ga.:

I got your letter of yesterday, and General Force got here also. I wrote you yesterday that I wanted you to send down the Coosa to Cedar Bluff, just above the Chattanooga, the spare pontoon bridge, and as accident may have interfered I repeat the order. Also that you cover the movement by a strong foraging expedition down the Vann's Valley, Cave Spring, and center road. As soon as I get the pontoons I will throw a force into Centre. I now have the head of one column at Cedar Bluff, another at Little River on the Gadsden road, and an army in reserve here. Yesterday the cavalry pushed Wheeler back on the Gadsden road and will continue to press him to his end, Blue Mountain, but I will not move the infantry farther without new developments. I ant all the preparations continued that I have heretofore marked out in a quiet way, not to attract too much attention, but it will be some time before I can uncover Tennessee. I must give General George H. Thomas full time to prepare his new lines. Continue to notify all the post commanders where we are and that absentees fit for