At Franklin, one company Fourth Enrolled Missouri Militia, for duty 100 men. At Franklin, Thirteenth Enrolled Missouri Militia, for duty 200; men General Wolff telegraphs that the third, at Jefferson, had refused in a body to do any more.
E. C. PIKE,
Shall I send the Eleventh and Thirteenth home? Have no use for them.
HEADQUARTERS SAINT LOUIS DISTRICT,
Saint Louis, Mo., October 29, 1864.
Brigadier General E. C. PIKE,
Where is the Tenth Regiment Enrolled Missouri Militia?
THOMAS EWING, JR.,
FRANKLIN, MO., October 29, 1864.
The Tenth Regiment is at Jefferson City.
E. C. PIKE,
HDQRS. RIGHT WING, 16TH ARMY CORPS, Numbers 14.
Harrisonville, Mo., October 29, 1864.
The organization of the inspector-general's department for the Right Wing, Sixteenth Army Corps, is announced as follows:
Right Wing, Sixteenth Army Corps, Major J. J. Lyon, Twenty-fourth Missouri Infantry Volunteers.
First Division, Sixteenth Army Corps, Captain Joseph Mayer, Thirty-fifth Iowa Infantry Volunteers.
First Brigade, First Division, First Lieutenant M. L. Strong, Tenth Missouri Infantry Volunteers.
Second Brigade, First Division, First Lieutenant W. H. Sargent, Eighth Wisconsin Infantry Volunteers.
Third Brigade, First Division, First Lieutenant W. H. Thomas, Seventh Minnesota Infantry Volunteers.
Third Division, Sixteenth Army Corps, First Lieutenant R. Rees, Twenty-first Missouri Infantry Volunteers.
First Brigade, Third Division, First Lieutenant Alonzo Converse, Thirty-second Iowa Infantry Volunteers.
Second Brigade, Third Division, First Lieutenant Henry McLean, Eighty-ninth Indiana Infantry Volunteers.
Third Brigade, Third Division, First Lieutenant Albert C, Rupe, Twenty-seventh Iowa Infantry Volunteers.
The officers above named will assume the duties of acting assistant inspectors-general for the command set opposite their respective names, and are authorized to make inspections and recommend the disposal of property in accordance with Army Regulations and orders.
By order of Major General A. J. Smith: