War of the Rebellion: Serial 100 Page 0786 OPERATIONS IN N. C., S. C., S. GA., AND E. FLA. Chapter LIX.

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RALEIGH, April 10, 1865.

Colonel GEORGE JACKSON,

Littleton Station, N. C.:

Telegram received. If you find no stragglers to take charge of, as ordered, return immediately.

JOHN B. SALE,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

Abstract from return of the division commanded by Major General Lafayette McLaws for April 10, 1865.

Command. Officers. Men. Effective Aggregate Aggregate

total present. present

present. and

absent.

Harrison's 55 723 707 1,046 1,939

brigade. .

Blanchar'd 50 279 269 411 1,357

brigade. .

Kennedy's 108 1,074 1,045 1,512 3,949

brigade. .

Fiser's 45 564 605 778 2,542

brigade. .

Grand 258 2,640 2,626 1,046 9,787

total. . .

Organization of the division commanded by Major General Lafayette McLaws for April 10, 1865.

Harrison's Brigade.

Colonel GEORGE P. HARRISON.

5th Georgia, Colonel Charles P. Daniel.

32nd Georgia, Lieutenant Colonel E. H. Bacon.

47th Georgia, Captain Elliott W. Hazard.

Fiser's Brigade.

Colonel JOHN C. FISER.

1st Georgia Regulars, Colonel Richard A. Wayne.

5th Georgia Reserves, Major C. E. McGregor.

6th Georgia Reserves, Lieutenant Colonel W. R. McLaws.

Bonaud's battalion, Major A. Bonaud.

Conner's Brigade.

Brigadier General JOHN D. KENNEDY.

2nd South Carolina, Lieutenant Colonel William Wallace.

3rd South Carolina, Major Rutherford P. Todd.

7th South Carolina, Captain T. A. Hudgens.

3rd South Carolina Battalion. Lieutenant Colonel Eli T. Stackhouse.

8th South Carolina, Lieutenant Colonel Eli T. Stackhouse.

15th South Carolina, Colonel John B. Davis.

20th South Carolina, Major John M. Partlow.

Blanchard's Brigade.

Brigadier General ALBERT G. BLANCHARD.

1st South Carolina Battalion Reserves, Major Joel Ballenger.

2nd South Carolina Battalion Reserves, Major D. J. Bernette.

6th South Carolina Battalion Reserves, Major Robert Meriwether.

7th South Carolina Battalion Reserves, Major J. W. Ward.

GREENSBOROUGH, N. C., April 11, 1865.

Governor Z. B. VANCE,

Raleigh, N. C.:

I have no official report, but scouts, said to be reliable, and whose statements were circumstances and corroborative, represent the disas-