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

Headquarters. Infan-

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

Cavalry:

a

15th . . . . .

Pennsylv

ania

Cavalry,

Colonel

William

J.

Palmer.

b

Engineer

Troops:

1st . . . 50 1,695

Michigan

Engineer

s and

Mechanic

s,

Colonel

William

P.

Innes.

c.

1st U. . . . 24 954

S.

Veteran

Voluntee

r

Engineer

s,

Colonel

William

E.

Merrill.

.

13th . . . 25 642

Michigan

Voluntee

r

Infantry

,

Lieutena

nt

Colonel

T. R.

Palmer.

b

21st . . . 19 451

Michigan

Voluntee

r

Infantry

, Major

B. D.

Fox. b

Total. . . . . 118 3,742

District

of

Tennesse

e: d

Headquar 16 45 61 . .

ters,

Major

General

L. H.

Rousseau

. .

Fourth 6 2 8 194 4,578

DIVISION

,

Twentiet

h Army

Corps. .

Post 5 4 9 129 3,126

Nashvill

e,

Brigadie

r

General

J. F.

Miller.

.

Reserve 4 3 7 . .

Artiller

y, Major

John J.

Ely. .

Post . . . 24 511

Springfi

eld,

Colonel

T. J.

Downey.

.

Post 2 2 4 . .

Fort

Donelson

,

Lieutena

nt

Colonel

E. C.

Brott. .

Post 4 2 6 . .

Clarksvi

lle,

Colonel

A. A.

Smith. .

Gallatin . . . 32 818

, Tenn.,

Lieutena

nt

Colonel

John

Ball. .

Nashvill 5 1 6 63 1,842

e and

Northwes

tern

Railroad

,

Colonel

C. R.

Thompson

.

Murfrees 8 9 17 . .

borough,

Tenn.,

Brigadie

r

General

H. P.

Van

Cleve.

Nashvill . . . . .

e and

Chattano

oga

Railroad

, Major

Gen R.

H.

Milroy.

Stevenso . . . . .

n, Ala.,

Captain

Lewis

Heckman.

.

Bridgepo 7 33 40 . .

rt,

Ala.,

Colonel

W.

Krzyzano

wski. .

Columbia . . . . .

, Tenn.,

21st

Indiana

Battery.

.

Decatur, . . . . .

Ala.,

Battery

F, 1st

Ohio

light

Artiller

y. .

Total. . 57 101 158 442 10,875

Signal . . . . .

Corps,

Captain

Samuel

Bachtell

e. .

Grand 478 3,582 4,060 2,578 53,421

total. .

try. Cavalry.

Command. Total. Officers. Men. Total.

Cavalry:

a

15th . 18 345 363

Pennsylv

ania

Cavalry,

Colonel

William

J.

Palmer.

b

Engineer

Troops:

1st 1,745 . . .

Michigan

Engineer

s and

Mechanic

s,

Colonel

William

P.

Innes.

c.

1st U. 978 . . .

S.

Veteran

Voluntee

r

Engineer

s,

Colonel

William

E.

Merrill.

.

13th 667 . . .

Michigan

Voluntee

r

Infantry

,

Lieutena

nt

Colonel

T. R.

Palmer.

b

21st 470 . . .

Michigan

Voluntee

r

Infantry

, Major

B. D.

Fox. b

Total. . 3,860 . . .

District

of

Tennesse

e: d

Headquar . . . .

ters,

Major

General

L. H.

Rousseau

. .

Fourth 4,772 . . .

DIVISION

,

Twentiet

h Army

Corps. .

Post 3,255 . . .

Nashvill

e,

Brigadie

r

General

J. F.

Miller.

.

Reserve . . . .

Artiller

y, Major

John J.

Ely. .

Post 535 . . .

Springfi

eld,

Colonel

T. J.

Downey.

.

Post . . . .

Fort

Donelson

,

Lieutena

nt

Colonel

E. C.

Brott. .

Post . . . .

Clarksvi

lle,

Colonel

A. A.

Smith. .

Gallatin 850 . . .

, Tenn.,

Lieutena

nt

Colonel

John

Ball. .

Nashvill 1,905 . . .

e and

Northwes

tern

Railroad

,

Colonel

C. R.

Thompson

.

Murfrees . . . .

borough,

Tenn.,

Brigadie

r

General

H. P.

Van

Cleve.

Nashvill . . . .

e and

Chattano

oga

Railroad

, Major

Gen R.

H.

Milroy.

Stevenso . . . .

n, Ala.,

Captain

Lewis

Heckman.

.

Bridgepo . . . .

rt,

Ala.,

Colonel

W.

Krzyzano

wski. .

Columbia . . . .

, Tenn.,

21st

Indiana

Battery.

.

Decatur, . . . .

Ala.,

Battery

F, 1st

Ohio

light

Artiller

y. .

Total. . 11,317 . . .

Signal . . . .

Corps,

Captain

Samuel

Bachtell

e. .

Grand 55,999 19 395 414

total. .

Artillery. To-

Command. Officers. Men. Total. Officers.

1st Ohio . . . 1

Volunteer

Cavalry.

Company L

(escort),

Lieutenant

R. B.

Rhodes. f

1st . . . 3

Battalion

Ohio

Volunteer

Sharpshoot

ers (three

companies)

, Captain

Charles A.

Barton. f

Reserve . . . 26

Brigade,

Colonel

H. Le

Favour g.

.

10th 3 85 88 3

Indiana

Battery,

Captain

William A.

Naylor.

58th . . . 18

Indiana

Volunteer

Infantry,

Lieutenant

Colonel

Joseph

Moore. f

Post of 43 1,272 1,315 154

Chattanoog

a, Colonel

C. H.

Carton. .

14th U. S. . . . 30

Colored

Troops,

Colonel

T. J.

Morgan h.

.

16th U. S. . . . 30

Colored

Troops,

Colonel

William B.

Gaw. h

Total. . 46 1,357 1,403 265

tal.

Command. Men. Aggregate. Horses. Guns.

1st Ohio 50 51 64 .

Volunteer

Cavalry.

Company L

(escort),

Lieutenant

R. B.

Rhodes. f

1st 102 105 . .

Battalion

Ohio

Volunteer

Sharpshoot

ers (three

companies)

, Captain

Charles A.

Barton. f

Reserve 471 497 . .

Brigade,

Colonel

H. Le

Favour g.

.

10th 85 88 . 5

Indiana

Battery,

Captain

William A.

Naylor.

58th 390 408 . .

Indiana

Volunteer

Infantry,

Lieutenant

Colonel

Joseph

Moore. f

Post of 4,286 4,436 132 95

Chattanoog

a, Colonel

C. H.

Carton. .

14th U. S. 641 671 . .

Colored

Troops,

Colonel

T. J.

Morgan h.

.

16th U. S. 515 545 . .

Colored

Troops,

Colonel

William B.

Gaw. h

Total. . 6,536 6,801 196 100

a All Cavalry except the 15th Pennsylvania Cavalry ordered to report to Bvt. Major General J. H. Wilson, chief of cavalry, Military DIVISION of the Mississippi.

b September 26, 1864.

c October 17, 1864.

d No report from 13th New York Battery.

e October 3, 1864; not included in grand total.

f October 24, 1864.

g October 27, 1864.

h September 19, 1864.