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No reports from Forty-second and Forty-fourth U. S. Colored Troops, Tenth Kentucky, Seventy-ninth Pennsylvania, One-hundred and eighth Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and Eighteenth Ohio Battery.

Respectfully submitted.

WM. L. PORTER,

Lieutenant and Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.

Abstract from returns of the Department of the Cumberland, Major General George H. Thomas, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of October, 1864.

[Compiled mainly from subordinate returns.]

Present for duty. Pieces of artillery.

Command Officer Men. Aggrega Aggregat Heavy. Field.

. s. te e

present present

. and

absent.

General 35 69 104 144 . .

headqua

rters.

.

Fourth 731 12,126 14,636 26,808 . 16

Army

Corps

(Stanle

y). .

Fourtee 560 11,393 13,271 25,691 . 16

nth

Army

Corps

(Davis)

. .

Twentie 664 13,179 16,757 28,443 . 16

th Army

Corps

(Slocum

). .

Distric 687 17,021 20,830 24,765 42 105

t of

Tenness

ee*. .

Post 125 3,983 4,997 7,298 15 90

and

garriso

n of

Chattan

ooga

(Colone

l

Carton)

. .

Reserve 35 850 1,077 1,778 . .

Brigade

(Le

Favour)

. .

Unassig 107 2,592 3,451 4,453 . .

ned

infantr

y. .

Unassig 18 587 641 803 3 21

ned

artille

ry. .

Veteran 5 517 1,003 1,139 . .

Reserve

Corps

(Gazzam

). .

Grand 2,967 62,317 76,767 121,322 60 264

total.

.

Grand 2,967 62,398 76,988 120,556 31 256

total

accordi

ng to

departm

ent

return.

.

Organization of troops in the Department of the Cumberland, commanded by Major General George H. Thomas, U. S. Army, October 31, 1864.

FOURTH ARMY CORPS.

Major General DAVID S. STANLEY.

FIRST DIVISION.

Brigadier General WALTER C. WHITAKER.

First Brigade.

Colonel ISAAC M. KIRBY.

21st Illinois, Lieutenant Colonel Warren E. McMackin.

38th Illinois, Lieutenant Colonel William T. Chapman.

31st Indiana, Major James R. Hallowell.

81st Indiana, Lieutenant Colonel William C. Wheeler.

90th Ohio, Major Nicholas F. Hitchcock.

101st Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel Bedan B. Mcdonald.

Second Brigade.

Lieutenant Colonel JAMES C. EVANS.

96th Illinois, Major George Hicks.

115th Illinois, Colonel Jesse H. Moore.

35th Indiana, Lieutenant Colonel Augustus G. Tassin.

21st Kentucky, Major Jesse E. Hoskins.

23rd Kentucky, Lieutenant Colonel George W. Northup.

40th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel James Watson.

45th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel John H. Humphrey.

51st Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel Charles H. Wood.

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*District of Northern Alabama (R. S. Granger) included in District of Tennessee.

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