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Abstract from of the Department of New Mexico, Brigadier General James H. Carleton, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of November, 1864.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

General headquarters 30 --- 31

Albuquerque 1 45 54

Fort Bascom 5 114 124

Fort Craig 7 146 171

Los Pinos 1 35 39

Fort Marcy 1 46 59

Fort McRae 1 75 81

Fort Stanton 1 42 54

Fort Summer 9 350 387

Fort Union 15 346 425

Union Depot 1 9 10

Fort Whipple --- 21 31

Fort Wingate 2 92 105

En route 2 76 78

In the field 4 140 146

District of Arizona:

Headquarters (Franklin, Tex.) 11 229 268

Fort Bowie 2 68 76

Fort Cummings 1 49 60

Fort Goodwin 2 107 132

Las Cruces 6 81 89

Tubac 1 79 99

Grand total 103 2,150 2,519

Pieces of artillery.

Command. Aggregate Heavy. Field.

present and

absent.

General headquarters 32 --- ---

Albuquerque 61 --- 4

Fort Bascom 244 --- ---

Fort Craig 238 4 13

Los Pinos 54 --- ---

Fort Marcy 64 --- ---

Fort McRae 90 --- ---

Fort Stanton 114 --- ---

Fort Summer 525 --- ---

Fort Union 630 4 4

Union Depot 10 --- ---

Fort Whipple 38 --- ---

Fort Wingate 173 --- ---

En route 78 --- ---

In the field 271 --- 2

District of Arizona:

Headquarters (Franklin, Tex.) 281 --- ---

Fort Bowie 79 --- 2

Fort Cummings 87 --- ---

Fort Goodwin 159 --- ---

Las Cruces 91 --- ---

Tubac 101 --- ---

Grand total 3,420 8 25

Abstract from return of the Department of the Northwest, Major General John Pope, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of November, 1864.*

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

General headquarters 10 12 22

District of Iowa (Sully) 77 1,926 2,268

District of Minnesota 93 2,147 2,940

(Sibley)

District of Wisconsin 9 98 252

(Campbell)

Total 189 4,183 5,482

Pieces of artillery.

Command. Aggregate Heavy. Field. Headquarter

present s.

and

absent.

General headquarters 22 --- --- Milwaukee,

Wis.

District of Iowa 2,398 --- --- Dubuque,

(Sully) Iowa.

District of Minnesota 2,940 --- 22 Saint Paul,

(Sibley) Minn.

District of Wisconsin 343 --- --- Milwaukee,

(Campbell) Wis.

Total 5,703 --- 22

GENERAL ORDERS,

HDQRS. MIL. DIV. OF WEST MISSISSIPPI, No. 76.

New Orleans, La., December 1, 1864.

The following is the maximum amount of the transportation to be allowed in the field: To headquarters of an army corps, two six-mule wagons,harness, and twelve mules; to headquarters of a division or brigade, one six-mule wagon, harness,and six mules; to every ten staff offices not attached to any headquarters,one six-mule wagon, harness, and six mules. Infantry and cavalry: To the field and staff of a regiment, one six-mule wagon, harness, and six mules; to every twelve company officers,one six-mule wagons, harness, and six mules; to every eighty non-commissioned officers and privates, one six-mule wagon, harness, and

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*Brigadier General Alfred Sully in temporary command during absence of General Pope.

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