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Return showing effective total, total present and aggregate present of Hardee's corps. April 3, 1865.

Command. Effective Total present. Aggregate

total. present.

INFANTRY.

McLaws' 2,905 3,313 3,605

division. . .

Hoke's 4,105 4,905 5,361

division. . .

.

Taliaferro's 1,703 1,957 2,069

division. . .

Total 8,713 10,175 11,035

infantry. . .

ARTILLERY.

McLaws' 179 198 208

division. . .

Hoke's 260 291 304

division. . .

Taliaferro's 189 202 209

division. . .

Total 628 691 721

artillery. . .

Grand total. . 9,341 10,866 11,755

.

W. J. HARDEE,

Lieutenant-General.

HEADQUARTERS HARDEE'S CORPS,

April 3, 1865.

Semi-weekly report of effective strength of cavalry.

Command. Effective Total present. Aggregate

total. present.

Wheeler's

corps:

Hume's 2,112 2,678 2,847

divison. . .

Allen's 1,602 2,365 2,524

division. . .

Total. . . 3,714 5,043 5,371

Butler's 1,727 2,026 2,171

division a

Grand total. . 5,441 7,069 7,542

.

a Including First South Cavalry, Nineteenth Battalion South Carolina Cavalry, and Hart's and Earle's batteries.

WADE HAMPTON,

Lieutenant-General.

BOON HILL, April 3, 1865.

NEAR SMITHFIELD, N. C., April 4, 1865.

General R. E. LEE:

General Beauregard telegraphs that Stoneman crossed Yadkin at Jonesville and Rockford on 2nd, moving toward Dobson and Mount Airy.

J. E. JOHNSTON.