War of the Rebellion: Serial 103 Page 0598 KY., S. W. VA., TENN., N. & C. GA., MISS., ALA., & W. FLA.

Search Civil War Official Records

Mississippi, will order the detachments of the Fourth Missouri and Seventh Indiana Cavalry, under his command, to report to Major General N. J. T. Dana, at Memphis, Tenn.

* * * *

By command of Brevet Major-General Wilson:

E. B. BEUAMONT,

Major and Assistant Adjutant-General.

HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE CUMBERLAND,

Eastport, Miss., January 27, 1865.

Bvt. Major General E. UPTON,

Commanding Fourth Cavalry Division, Louisville, Ky.:

In case you are able to draw Spencer rifles for your command, the major-general commanding directs that you turn in the arms now in use by your division and arm the men with this weapon.

Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

R. H. RAMSEY,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

HEADQUARTERS SIXTH DIVISION, CAVALRY CORPS,

MILITARY DIVISION OF THE MISSISSIPPI,

Pulaski, Tenn., January 27, 1865.

Colonel ELISHA MIX,

Commanding Eight Michigan Cavalry:

COLONEL: General Johnson has received information that Lieutenant-Colonel Cliff, Fifth Tennessee Cavalry, with the whole of his regiment, has orders to go to Fayetteville and go into camp in order to examine, and scout the country. The general therefore directs that you delay your expedition ordered on yesterday until receive further orders, and that in the meantime you cause to be furnished to these headquarters the tri-monthly reports and monthly returns which are due from your regiment.

Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

E. T. WELLS,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

HDQRS. MILITARY DIVISION OF WEST MISSISSIPPI,

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF SIGNAL OFFICER,

New Orleans, La., January 27, 1865.

Lieutenant Colonel C. T. CHRISTENSEN,

Asst. Adjt. General, Military Division of West Mississippi:

COLONEL: I have the honor to submit to your consideration the following report of information received at this office this 27th day of January, 1865: William Miner, a deserter from the Mobile Navy-Yard, left Mobile on the 20th instant; stated that the torpedo-boat, commanded by Captain Lynch, is now already for use, and that she had steam up on the 20th instant. W. W. McDonald left Mobile on the 19th instant; states that the troops were moving across the bay toward Pollard to meet and expected raid from Pensacola; thinks there is no intention on the part of the authorities to evacuate the city; states