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COLUMBUS, October 31, 1864.

Major-General HOOKER:

Telegram from Governor Brough, at Washington, says movement are anticipated from Canada on the northern border. I have ordered Colonel Hayward, Twenty-ninth Regiment National Guard, at Cleveland, and Colonel Phillips, commanding First Regiment National Guard, to hold four companies each in readiness for immediate orders, and to obey your orders or my own for moving. I will also order the battery of National Guard at Camp Dennison to report to you for orders if you desire it. Anything I can do to furnish you with troops will be promptly done.

B. R. COWEN,

Adjutant-General.

Weekly report of effective fore of the Department of the Cumberland, Major General George H. Thomas, U. S. Army, commanding, October 31, 1864.

Headquarters. Infan-

Command. Officers. Men. Total. Officers. Men.

1st Ohio . . . . .

Voluntee

r

Cavalry,

Company

L

(escort)

,

Lieutena

nt R.

B.

Rhoes. a

1st . . . 3 102

Battalio

n Ohio

Voluntee

r

Sharpsho

oters,

(three

companie

s),

Captain

Charles

A.

Barton.

a

Reserve 3 17 20 23 454

Brigade,

Colonel

H. Le

Favour

b. .

10th . . . . .

Indiana

Battery,

Captain

William

A.

Naylor.

58th . . . 18 390

Indiana

Voluntee

r

Infantry

,

Lieutena

nt

Colonel

Joseph

Moore. a

Post of 18 69 87 93 2,941

Chattano

oga,

Colonel

C. H.

Carton.

.

14th U. . . . 30 641

S.

Colored

Troops,

Colonel

T. J.

Morgan

c. .

16th U. . . . 30 515

S.

Colored

Troops,

Colonel

William

B. Gaw.

c.

Total. . 21 86 107 197 5,043

Fourth

Army

Corps:

Headquar 18 122 140 . .

ters.

Major

General

D. S.

Stanley.

.

First 40 187 227 224 3,906

DIVISION

,

Brigadie

r

General

W. C.

Whitaker

.

Second 34 124 158 248 3,643

DIVISION

,

Brigadie

r

General

G. D.

Wagner.

.

THIRD 32 101 133 183 2,883

DIVISION

,

Brigadie

r

General

Thomas

J. Wood

Artiller 7 32 38 . .

y

Brigade,

Captain

Lyman

Bridges.

.

Total. . 131 565 696 655 10,432

Fourteen

th Army

Corps:

Headquar 23 445 468 . .

ters,

Bvt.

Major

General

J. C.

Davis. .

First 20 144 164 104 2,134

DIVISION

,

Brigadie

r

General

W. P.

Carlin.

.

Second 22 61 83 207 4,283

DIVISION

,

Brigadie

r

General

J. D.

Morgan.

.

THIRD 27 233 260 224 4,203

DIVISION

,

Colonel

George

P. Este.

.

Artiller . . . . .

y, Major

Houghtal

ing. .

Total. . 92 883 975 535 10,620

Twentiet

h Army

Corps:

Headquar 21 219 240 . .

ters,

Major

General

H. W.

Slocum.

.

Provost . . . 33 711

guard

Atlanta,

Colonel

William

Cogswell

.

First 40 180 220 239 4,501

DIVISION

,

Brigadie

r

General

A. S.

Williams

. .

Second 71 1,203 1,274 160 3,335

DIVISION

,

Brigadie

r

General

J. w.

Geary. .

THIRD 39 342 381 199 4,162

DIVISION

,

Colonel

Daniel

Dustin.

.

Artiller 6 3 9 . .

y

Brigade,

Major

J. A.

Reynolds

. .

Total. . 177 1,947 2,124 631 12,709

try. Cavalry.

Command. Total. Officers Men. Total.

.

1st Ohio Volunteer . 1 50 51

Cavalry, Company L

(escort), Lieutenant

R. B. Rhoes. a

1st Battalion Ohio 105 . . .

Volunteer

Sharpshooters, (three

companies), Captain

Charles A. Barton. a

Reserve Brigade, 477 . . .

Colonel H. Le Favour

b. .

10th Indiana Battery, . . . .

Captain William A.

Naylor.

58th Indiana Volunteer 408 . . .

Infantry, Lieutenant

Colonel Joseph Moore.

a

Post of Chatanooga, 3,034 . . .

Colonel C. H. Carton.

.

14th U. S. Colored 671 . . .

Troops, Colonel T. J.

Morgan c. .

16th U. S. Colored 545 . . .

Troops, Colonel

William B. Gaw. c.

Total. . 5,240 1 50 51

Fourth Army Corps:

Headquarters. Major . . . .

General D. S. Stanley.

.

First DIVISION, 4,130 . . .

Brigadier General W.

C. Whitaker.

Second DIVISION, 3,891 . . .

Brigadier General G.

D. Wagner. .

THIRD DIVISION, 3,066 . . .

Brigadier General

Thomas J. Wood

Artillery Brigade, . . . .

Captain Lyman Bridges.

.

Total. . 11,087 . . .

Fourteenth Army Corps:

Headquarters, Bvt. . . . .

Major General J. C.

Davis. .

First DIVISION, 2,238 . . .

Brigadier General W.

P. Carlin. .

Second DIVISION, 4,490 . . .

Brigadier General J.

D. Morgan. .

THIRD DIVISION, Colonel 4,427 . . .

George P. Este. .

Artillery, Major . . . .

Houghtaling. .

Total. . 11,155 . . .

Twentieth Army Corps:

Headquarters, Major . . . .

General H. W. Slocum.

.

Provost guard Atlanta, 744 . . .

Colonel William

Cogswell.

First DIVISION, 4,740 . . .

Brigadier General A.

S. Williams. .

Second DIVISION, 3,495 . . .

Brigadier General J.

w. Geary. .

THIRD DIVISION, Colonel 4,361 . . .

Daniel Dustin. .

Artillery Brigade, . . . .

Major J. A. Reynolds.

.

Total. . 13,340 . . .

aOctober 24, 1864.

bOctober 27, 1864.

cSeptember 19, 1864.