War of the Rebellion: Serial 084 Page 0494 LOUISIANA AND THE TRANS-MISSISSIPPI. Chapter LIII.

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Abstract from return of the Military Division of West Mississippi, Major General Edward R. S. Canby, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of July, 1864.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers Men. Aggregate

present.

General headquarters. 11 ........... 11

Department of the Gulf

(Banks):

Staff. 77 ........... 78

Infantry. 1,059 23,637 32,148

Cavalry. 296 7,218 10,155

Artillery. 182 5,580 6,977

Total 1,614 36,435 49,358

Department of the

Missouri (Rosecrans):

Staff. 46 ........... 47

Infantry. 97 2,695 3,497

Cavalry. 238 7,158 9,348

Artillery. 24 881 1,124

Total*. 405 10,734 14,016

Department of Arkansas

(Steele):

Staff. 35 ........... 35

Infantry. 664 16,057 22,165

Cavalry. 429 10,445 15,043

Artillery. 32 1,235 1,443

Total. 1,160 27,737 38,686

Detachment Sixteenth

Army Corps (Smith):

Staff. 8 ........... 8

Infantry. 473 10,136 12,421

Artillery. 11 431 468

Total. 492 10,567 12,897

Grand total. 3,682 85,473 114,968

Pieces of artillery.

Command. Aggregate Heavy. Field. Headquart

present ers.

and

absent.

General 11 ......... ........ New

headquarters. Orleans,

La.

Department of the New

Gulf (Banks): Orleans,

La.

Staff. 93 ........ ........

Infantry. 61,550 132 6

Cavalry. 14,056 ........ 4

Artillery. 8,503 13 100

Total 84,202 145 110

Department of the St.

Missouri Louis,

(Rosecrans): Mo.

Staff. 51 ......... ........

Infantry. 3,879 12 ........

Cavalry. 13,164 5 2

Artillery. 1,357 4 44

Total*. 18,451 21 46

Department of Little

Arkansas (Steele): Rock,

Ark.

Staff. 36 ........ ........

Infantry. 27,875 ........ 3

Cavalry. 20,174 ........ 2

Artillery. 1,832 4 72

Total. 49,917 4 77

Detachment In the

Sixteenth Army field.

Corps (Smith):

Staff. 8 ........ ........

Infantry. 21,867 ........ ........

Artillery. 1,053 ........ (+)

Total. 22,928 ........ ........

Grand total. 175,509 170 233

Abstract from return of the Enrolled Missouri Militia, Major General William S. Rosecrans, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of July, 1864.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate Aggregat

present. e

present

and

absent.

First Military 32 312 418 646

District (Pike).

Fourth Military 62 922 1,012 1,301

District (Holland).

Seventh Military 51 864 952 1,055

District (Craig).

Eighth Military 9 237 253 280

District

(Douglass).

Total. 154 2,335 2,635 3,282

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*Exclusive of Missouri Enrolled Militia, for return of which see next, post.

+Not reported on return.

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