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ADDENDA.

GENERAL ORDERS, HDQRS. MIL. DIV. OF WEST MISSISSIPPI, Numbers 40.

New Orleans, La., April 23, 1865.

The following General Field Order is republished for the information of all concerned:

GENERAL FIELD ORDERS,

HDQRS. ARMY AND DIV. OF WEST MISSISSIPPI, Numbers 32.

Mobile, Ala., April 22, 1865.

The major-general commanding thinks it proper to announce as the general results of the operations around this city: The capture of the enemy's works as Spanish Fort and Blakely; the surrender of Mobile; the capture of more than 5,000 prisoners, 12 flags, nearly 300 pieces of artillery, several thousand sand of small-arms, and large stores of ammunition and other material of war.

It is his province to report results, that of a higher authority to bestow appropriate commendations and rewards; but it is not improper to express his personal thanks to the officers and men of this army for their zeal, energy, and gallantry, and to the officers and men of the navy for their hearty and zealous co-operation in the work that has been accomplished. He begs that the Sabbath next ensuing the receipt of this order may be made the occasion of thanks giving for the past, and prayer for the future; and that all will unite with him in the earnest petition that God in his mercy will deal tenderly with the relatives and friends and friends or our dead and wounded comrades.

By order of Major General E. R. S. Canby:

C. T. CHRISTENSEN,

Lieutenant-Colonel and Assistant Adjutant-General.

By order of Major General E. R. S. Canby:

C. H. DYER,

Captain and Assistant Adjutant-General.

Consolidated report of casualties from March 25 to April 10, 1865, Army and Division of West Mississippi.

Thirteenth Army Corps. Sixteenth Army Corps.

Date. Killed. Wounded. Killed. Wounded.

March 25. --- --- --- 4

March 26. 1 5 --- 1

March 27. 10 84 1 91

March 28. 4 31 1 39

March 29. 5 27 1 20

March 30. 4 25 3 44

March 31. 1 12 3 26

April 1. --- 12 2 13

April 2. 2 13 1 15

April 3. 2 8 2 17

April 4. --- 7 1 5

April 5. 3 18 1 7

April 6. 2 5 3 8

April 7. --- 16 2 10

April 8. 1 8 6 34

April 9. 35 202 39 114

April 10. --- --- --- ---

Total. 70 473 66 448

Division Colored Troops. Lucas' Cavalry Brigade.

Date. Killed. Wounded. Killed. Wounded.

March 25. --- --- 3 3

March 26. --- --- --- ---

March 27. --- --- --- ---

March 28. --- --- --- ---

March 29. --- --- --- ---

March 30. --- --- --- ---

March 31. --- --- --- ---

April 1. --- --- --- ---

April 2. 5 37 --- ---

April 3. 6 24 1 5

April 4. 3 23 --- ---

April 5. 2 26 --- ---

April 6. --- 3 --- ---

April 7. 2 5 --- ---

April 8. --- 4 --- ---

April 9. 31 150 --- ---

April 10. --- --- --- ---

Total. 49 272 4 8

Total.

Date. Killed. Wounded. Captured

by enemy.

March 25. 3 7 ---

March 26. 1 6 ---

March 27. 11 175 ---

March 28. 5 70 ---

March 29. 6 47 ---

March 30. 7 69 ---

March 31. 4 38 ---

April 1. 2 25 27

April 2. 8 65 ---

April 3. 11 54 ---

April 4. 4 35 ---

April 5. 6 51 ---

April 6. 5 16 ---

April 7. 4 31 ---

April 8. 7 46 ---

April 9. 105 466 ---

April 10. --- --- ---

Total. 189 1.201 27

G. W. LYON,

Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.