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

Artillery. To-

Command. Officers. Men. Total. Officers.

Fourth

Army

Corps:

Headquarte . . . 18

rs, Major

General

D. S.

Stanley. .

First . . . 264

DIVISION,

Brigadier

General

W. C.

Whitaker.

Second . . . 282

DIVISION,

Brigadier

General

G. D.

Wagner. .

THIRD . . . 215

DIVISION,

Brigadier

General

Thomas J.

Wood.

Artillery 13 481 494 20

Brigade,

Captain

Lyman

Bridges. .

Total. . 13 481 494 799

Fourteenth

Army

Corps:

Headquarte . . . 23

rs, Bvt.

Major

General

J. C.

Davis. .

First . . . 124

DIVISION,

Brigadier

General

W. P.

Carlin. .

Second . . . 229

DIVISION,

Brigadier

General

J. D.

Morgan. .

THIRD . . . 251

DIVISION,

Colonel

George P.

Este. .

Artillery, 18 707 725 18

Major

Houghtalin

g. .

Total. . 18 707 725 645

Twentieth

Army

Corps:

Headquarte . . . 21

rs, Major

General

H. W.

Slocum. .

Provost . . . 33

guard

Atlanta,

Colonel

William

Cogswell.

First . . . 279

DIVISION,

Brigadier

General

A. S.

Williams.

.

Second . . . 231

DIVISION,

Brigadier

General

J. W.

Geary. .

THIRD . . . 238

DIVISION,

Colonel

Daniel

Dustin. .

Artillery 16 564 580 22

Brigade,

Major J.

A.

Reynolds.

.

Total. . 16 564 580 824

Cavalry:

a

15th . . . 18

Pennsylvan

ia

Cavalry,

Colonel

William J.

Palmer. b

Engineer

Troops:

1st . . . 50

Michigan

Engineers

and

Mechanics,

Colonel

William P.

Innes. c

1st U. S. . . . 24

Veteran

Volunteer

Engineers,

Colonel

William E.

Merrill.

13th . . . 25

Michigan

Volunteer

Infantry,

Lieutenant

Colonel

T. R.

Palmer. b

21st . . . 19

Michigan

Volunteer

Infantry,

Major B.

D. Fox. b

Total. . . . . 118

District

of

Tennessee:

d

Headquarte . . . 16

rs, Major

General

L. H.

Rousseau.

.

Fourth 4 132 136 204

DIVISION,

Twentieth

Army

Corps. .

Post 12 366 378 146

Nashville,

Brigadier

General

J. F.

Miller. .

Reserve 10 321 331 14

Artillery,

Major

John J.

Ely. .

Post 1 33 34 25

Springfiel

d, Colonel

T. J.

Downey. .

Post Fort 3 93 96 5

Donelson,

Lieutenant

Colonel

E. C.

Brott. .

Post 3 120 123 7

Clarksvill

e, Colonel

A. A.

Smith. .

Gallatin, 3 136 139 35

Tenn.,

Lieutenant

Colonel

John Ball.

.

Nashville 3 106 109 71

and

Northweste

rn

Railroad,

Colonel

C. R.

Thompson.

Murfreesbo 10 409 419 18

rough,

Tenn.,

Brigadier

General

H. P. Van

Cleve.

Nashville 2 89 91 2

and

Chattanoog

a

Railroad,

Major

General

R. H.

Milroy.

Stevenson, 1 115 116 1

Ala.,

Captain

Lewis

Heckman. .

Bridgeport 2 131 133 9

, Ala.,

Colonel

W.

Krzyzanows

ki. .

Columbia, 3 114 117 3

Tenn.,

21st

Indiana

Battery. .

Decatur, 3 84 87 3

Ala.,

Battery F,

1st Ohio

Light

Artillery.

Total. . 60 2,249 2,309 559

Signal . . . 10

Corps,

Captain

Samuel

Bachtell

e. .

Grand 153 5,358 5,511 3,228

total. .

tal.

Command. Men. Aggregate. Horses. Guns.

Fourth

Army

Corps:

Headquarte 122 140 . .

rs, Major

General

D. S.

Stanley. .

First 4,093 4,357 . .

DIVISION,

Brigadier

General

W. C.

Whitaker.

Second 3,767 4,049 . .

DIVISION,

Brigadier

General

G. D.

Wagner. .

THIRD 2,984 3,199 . .

DIVISION,

Brigadier

General

Thomas J.

Wood.

Artillery 512 532 364 16

Brigade,

Captain

Lyman

Bridges. .

Total. . 11,478 12,277 364 16

Fourteenth

Army

Corps:

Headquarte 445 468 . .

rs, Bvt.

Major

General

J. C.

Davis. .

First 2,278 2,402 . .

DIVISION,

Brigadier

General

W. P.

Carlin. .

Second 4,344 4,573 . .

DIVISION,

Brigadier

General

J. D.

Morgan. .

THIRD 4,436 4,687 . .

DIVISION,

Colonel

George P.

Este. .

Artillery, 707 725 277 28

Major

Houghtalin

g. .

Total. . 12,210 12,855 277 28

Twentieth

Army

Corps:

Headquarte 219 240 . .

rs, Major

General

H. W.

Slocum. .

Provost 711 744 . .

guard

Atlanta,

Colonel

William

Cogswell.

First 4,681 4,960 . .

DIVISION,

Brigadier

General

A. S.

Williams.

.

Second 4,538 4,769 . .

DIVISION,

Brigadier

General

J. W.

Geary. .

THIRD 4,504 4,742 . .

DIVISION,

Colonel

Daniel

Dustin. .

Artillery 567 589 361 16

Brigade,

Major J.

A.

Reynolds.

.

Total. . 15,220 16,044 361 16

Cavalry:

a

15th 345 363 434 .

Pennsylvan

ia

Cavalry,

Colonel

William J.

Palmer. b

Engineer

Troops:

1st 1,695 1,745 . .

Michigan

Engineers

and

Mechanics,

Colonel

William P.

Innes. c

1st U. S. 954 978 . .

Veteran

Volunteer

Engineers,

Colonel

William E.

Merrill.

13th 642 667 . .

Michigan

Volunteer

Infantry,

Lieutenant

Colonel

T. R.

Palmer. b

21st 451 470 . .

Michigan

Volunteer

Infantry,

Major B.

D. Fox. b

Total. . 3,742 3,860 . .

District

of

Tennessee:

d

Headquarte 45 61 . .

rs, Major

General

L. H.

Rousseau.

.

Fourth 4,712 4,916 199 6

DIVISION,

Twentieth

Army

Corps. .

Post 3,496 3,642 101 25

Nashville,

Brigadier

General

J. F.

Miller. .

Reserve 324 338 224 14

Artillery,

Major

John J.

Ely. .

Post 544 569 . .

Springfiel

d, Colonel

T. J.

Downey. .

Post Fort 95 100 62 6

Donelson,

Lieutenant

Colonel

E. C.

Brott. .

Post 122 129 102 6

Clarksvill

e, Colonel

A. A.

Smith. .

Gallatin, 954 989 50 6

Tenn.,

Lieutenant

Colonel

John Ball.

.

Nashville 1,949 2,020 128 6

and

Northweste

rn

Railroad,

Colonel

C. R.

Thompson.

Murfreesbo 418 436 . 57

rough,

Tenn.,

Brigadier

General

H. P. Van

Cleve.

Nashville 89 91 3 9

and

Chattanoog

a

Railroad,

Major

General

R. H.

Milroy.

Stevenson, 115 116 9 6

Ala.,

Captain

Lewis

Heckman. .

Bridgeport 164 173 1 4

, Ala.,

Colonel

W.

Krzyzanows

ki. .

Columbia, 114 117 . 6

Tenn.,

21st

Indiana

Battery. .

Decatur, 84 87 . 5

Ala.,

Battery F,

1st Ohio

Light

Artillery.

Total. . 13,225 13,784 879 156

Signal 90 100 . .

Corps,

Captain

Samuel

Bachtell

e. .

Grand 62,756 65,984 2,511 316

total. .

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

bSeptember 26, 1864.

c October 17, 1864.

d No report from 13th New York Battery.

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