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Abstract from field return of the Army of Tennessee, General John B. Hood commanding, for November 6, 1864.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Effective Aggregate Aggregat

total present. e

present. present

and

absent.

General 12 - - 12 13

staff

Lee's

corps:

Staff 19 - - 19 22

Johnston 303 2,882 2,754 4,029 10,432

DIVISION

Clayton' 260 2,171 2,095 3,247 8,978

s

DIVISION

Stevenso 401 3,139 3,039 4,480 9,438

n's

DIVISION

Total 983 8,192 7,852 11,784 28,870

Stewart'

s corps:

Staff 9 - - 9 11

Loring's 396 3,688 3,575 4,595 9,903

DIVISION

French's 343 2,080 1,999 3,090 8,478

DIVISION

Walthall 289 2,394 2,304 3,508 6,729

's

DIVISION

Total 1,037 8,162 7,878 11,626 25,121

Cheathem

's

corps:

Staff 12 - - 12 15

Cleburne 474 4,076 3,962 5,742 13,363

's

DIVISION

Bate's 245 2,220 2,106 3,249 8,026

DIVISION

Brown's 443 3,911 3,715 5,322 10,954

DIVISION

Total 1,174 10,207 9,783 14,325 32,358

Engineer 11 377 375 484 767

troops

Total 3,205 26,938 25,888 38,219 97,116

infantry

Cavalry:

Escourt 2 130 130 154 249

army

headquar

ters

Escort 6 75 75 89 194

Lee's

corps

Escort 1 70 70 100 136

Stewart'

s corps

Escort 2 30 30 38 62

Cheatham

's corps

Jackson' 197 2,344 2,001 3,152 4,508

s

cavalry

DIVISION

Total 208 2,649 2,306 3,533 5,149

Artiller

y:

Lee's 42 726 705 909 1,153

corps

Stewart' 52 801 760 958 1,457

s corps

Cheatham 39 730 706 880 1,210

's corps

Jackson' 13 247 234 321 383

s

cavalry

DIVISION

Total 146 2,504 2,405 3,068 4,203

Grand 3,571 32,091 30,599 44,832 96,481

total

HEADQUARTERS RESERVES CORPS,

Enterprise, November 6, 1864.

Lieutenant -General TAYLOR,

Selma, Ala.:

GENERAL: I am in receipt of your of the 26th ultimo, and have written to General Gardner on yesterday and the day before. He desires to know forces I can supply. I answered that there was a regiment about forming at Aberdeen, Miss., but I had designed that regiment as a supporting force to the enrolling officers; of the emergency required I would send it on condition that it would be returned to me on the 1st of December next. He also required reserved to do post duty. I had none to supply, except detachment companies on duty as a supporting force. My first duty is to get the men in the field. Could I have had control of the cavalry of the reserves last summer I might