War of the Rebellion: Serial 084 Page 1098 LOUISIANA AND THE TRANS-MISSISSIPPI. Chapter LIII.

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Abstract from return of the Western Sub-District of Texas, Brigadier General Thomas F. Drayton commanding, for the month of August, 1864.a

Present for duty.

Command. Officer Men. Aggrega Aggregat Pieces

s. te e of

present present field

. and artille

absent. ry.

General ... ... ... 7 ...

headquarters.

Eagle Pass, ... ... ... ... ...

Colonel C. L.

Pyron.

Camp Placide, 7 104 140 219 ...

Lieutenant

Colonel O.

Steele.

San Antonio, ... ... ... ... 4

Captain O. G.

Jones.

San Antonio, 19 105 124 167 ...

Captain S. L.

Scott.

Total. 26 209 264 393 4

a One hundred and fifty men under Major Hunter have gone to Peevo River on the El Paso road. Expedition started from Eagle Pass.

Abstract from the return of the Northern Sub-District of Texas, Brigadier General Henry E. McCulloch commanding, for the month of August, 1864.

Present for duty.

Command. Officer Men. Aggrega Aggregat Pieces

s. te e of

present present field

. and artille

absent. ry.

General 9 4 13 13 ...

headquarters.

33rd Texas 29 601 719 869 ...

Cavalry (Colonel

James Duff).

Border Regiment 37 472 534 856 ...

Texas Cavalry

(Colonel James

Bourland).

Good's Battalion 14 198 234 338 ...

Texas Cavalry

(Colonel

Chaplin Good).

15th Texas 10 105 179 296 ...

Battalion

(Colonel George

H. Sweet).

McCulloch 2 61 70 89 ...

Rangers (Captain

A. McFarland).

Bone's Company 3 55 59 95 ...

Cavalry (Captain

John W. Bone).

Wilson's Company 3 65 72 87 ...

Cavalry (Captain

T. R. Wilson).

Rutherford's 3 55 63 135 ...

Company Infantry

(Captain A. A.

Rutherford).

Company Light 3 62 71 96 4

Artillery

(Captain G. R.

Dashiell).

Total. 113 1,678 2,014 2,874 4