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Consolidated report of casualties in Cavalry Corps, Military Division of the Mississippi, commanded by Brevet Major-General Wilson, during the late campaign.

Commissioned officers.

Wounded.

Command. Kill Seve- Sligh Morta Miss- Drow-

-ed. rely. t- -lly. ing. ned.

tly.

First Division. 6 2 2 ... 6 ...

Second Division. 5 ... 3 23 1 ...

Third Division. 5 15 ... ... 11 ...

Fourth Division. 2 2 ... ... ... ...

Fifth Division a. ... ... ... ... ... ...

Sixth Division a. ... ... ... ... ... ...

Seventh Division a. ... ... ... ... ... ...

Total. 18 19 5 23 18 ...

Enlisted men.

Wounded.

Command. Kill Seve- Sligh Morta Drow- Miss-

-ed. rely. t- -lly. ned. ing.

tly.

First Division. 27 35 48 129 7 ...

Second Division. 46 73 128 51 ... 12

Third Division. 108 296 ... ... ... 684

Fourth Division. 6 63 ... ... .. 9

Fifth Division a. ... ... ... .... ... ...

Sixth Division a. ... ... ... ... ... ...

Seventh Division a. ... ... ... ... ... ....

Total. 187 467 176 180 7 705

a No report.

REMARKS.-Brigadier General Eli Long wounded at Selma, April 2, 1865.

C. L. GREENO,

Major and Provost-Marshal, Cav. Corps, Mil. Div. of the Mississippi.

OFFICE PROVOST-MARSHAL, CAVALRY CORPS,

MILITARY DIVISION OF THE MISSISSIPPI,

Macon, Ga., June 28, 1865.

Consolidated report of Confederate prisoners paroled under the direction of Brevet Major-General Wilson.

Where paroled. Number Date.

paroled.

1865.

Macon, Ga. 14,985 April and May.

Atlanta, Ga. 10,000 May.

Albany, Ga. a5,000 do.

Milledgeville, Ga. 957 do.

Forsyth, Ga. 226 do.

Columbus, Ga. 3,700 do.

Washington, Ga. 5,026 do.

Hawkinsville, Ga. 1,247 do.

Augusta, Ga. 6,315 do.

Tallahassee, Fla. 7,200 do.

On the march. 2,816 April.

Eufaula. 225 May.

Augusta, Ga. 2,181 April.

Total. 59,878

Where paroled. By whom paroled.

Macon, Ga. Provost-Marshal, Cavalry Corps, Military

Division of the Mississippi.

Atlanta, Ga. Colonel Eggleston.

Albany, Ga. Colonel Cooper.

Milledgeville, Ga. Major Williams.

Forsyth, Ga. Captain Walden.

Columbus, Ga. Captain Lamson.

Washington, Ga. Captain Abraham.

Hawkinsville, Ga. Captain Gates.

Augusta, Ga. General Upton.

Tallahassee, Fla. General McCook.

On the march. Captain Hathaway.

Eufaula. Major Dartt.

Augusta, Ga. General Fry, C. S. Army:

Total.

a An estimate, no report received up to date.

Commissioned officers............................. 6,134

Enlisted men......................................53,744

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Total.............................................59,878

C. L. GREENO,

Major and Provost-Marshal, Cav. Corps, Mil. Div. of the Mississippi.

OFFICE PROVOST-MARSHAL, CAVALRY CORPS,

MILITARY DIVISION OF THE MISSISSIPPI,

Macon, Ga., June 28, 1865.