2nd Engineers, Company A, Captain JOHN W. WINDER.
Lieutenant GEORGE C. BAIN.
2nd South Carolinaa, Colonel THOMAS J. LIPSCOMB.
Major General ROBERT F. HOKE.
8th North Carolina.
31st North Carolina.
51st North Carolina.
61st North Carolina.
Colonel CHARLES T. ZACHRY.
6th Georgia, Lieutenant Colonel Sampson W. Harris.
19th Georgia, Colonel James H. Neal.
Brigadier General JOHNSON HAGOOD.
7th South Carolina Battalion, Lieutenant Colonel James H. Rion.
11th South Carolina, Colonel F. Hay Gantt.
21st South Carolina, Colonel Robert F. Graham.
25th South Carolina, Colonel Charles H. Simonton.
27th South Carolina.
Brigadier General WILLIAM W. KIRKLAND.
17th North Carolina.
42nd North Carolina, Colonel John E. Brown.
50th North Carolina.
66th North Carolina, Colonel John H. Nethercutt.
[FEBRUARY 11, 1865. -For General Orders Numbers 2, from headquarters Armies of the Confederate States, granting pardon to deserters, &c., see Vol. XLVI, Part II, p. 1229.]
[FEBRUARY 11, 1865. -For General Orders, Numbers 4, from headquarters Armies of the Confederate States, relating to men leaving their proper commands to join others, &c., see Vol. XLVI, Part II, p. 1230.]
[FEBRUARY 11, 1865. -For Beauregard to Coper (two disptaches), reporting operations, &c., see Part I, p. 1047.]
COLUMBIA, S. C., February 11, 1865.
General SAMUEL COOPER,
Adjutant and Inspector General, Richmond, Va.:
Prisoners are still here and at Florence. They should be removed forthwith to a safe locality.
G. T. BEAUREGARD.