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HDQRS. MILTIARY DIVISION OF THE MISSISSIPPI,

In the Field, Gaylesville, Ala., October 27, 1864.

General O. O. HOWARD,

Commanding Army of the Tennessee:

GENERAL: Make all your dispisitions to move withint he next three days by Cedar Bluff to the vicinity of ROme, in the direction of Vann's Valley.

I am, &c.,

W. T. SHERMAN,

Major-General, Commanding.

Guns remaining with Fifteenth Army Corps.

Battery. Number. Caliber. Remarks.

1st Illinois Light 4 3,67 20-pounders

Artillery, Bttery H

12th Wisconsin Battery 4 3-inch

1st Michigan Light 4 3-inch Light 12-

Artillery, Battery B pounders

1st Missiouri Light 6 4,62

Artillery, Battery, H

Total 18

Guns remaining with Seventeenth Army Corps.

Battery. Number. Caliber. Remarks.

1st Michigan Light 4 3-inch

Artillery, Battery C

1st Minnesota Bttery 4 3-inch

15th Ohio Battery 4 4,62 Light 12-

pounders

Total 12

MAX. WOODHULL,

Assistnt Adjutant-General.

OCTOBER, 27, 1864.

GENERAL FIELD ORDERS,

HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT Numbers 19.*

AND ARMY OF THE TENNESSEE,

On Little River, Ala., October 27, 1864.

During the necessary sepaeration of the general commanding the department fro his deaprtmetn proper, and until further orders, Major General N. J. T. Dana, commanding Dixteenth Army Corps, will execise command over all the troops and garrisons not present with this army in the field.

The geneal headuqarters of the departmetn will be established at Memphis, Tenn., under the supervision of Lieutenant Colonel Wiliam T. Clark, assistant adjutnt-general, who will preservet he records, a dn make such returns and reports as may be required by the War Deaprtment,

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*Amended by written instructions. See Howard to Clark, november 6 and 8, post.

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