and Dana to approve all permits and safe-conducts, which heretofore under General Orders, No. 80, required my own approval. The officers of your squadron have all been notified accordingly. I thank you for your hearty co-operation on all occasions and for your kind wishes for our success.
With high esteem, your friend and obedient servant,
E. R. S. CANBY,
Abstract from return of the Department of the Cumberland, Major General George H. Thomas, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of February, 1865.
Present for duty Pieces of artillery
Command Office Men Aggrega Aggrega Heavy Field
rs te te
General 22 - 22 24 - -
Fourth Army 672 14,431 17,827 29,994 - 16
District of 602 15,487 19,743 25,649 46 90
District of 177 5,998 7,535 9,765 - 83
District of 156 4,635 5,831 6,606 61 46
District of 334 10,099 12,150 15,453 20 135
Reserve 39 780 1,137 1,744 - -
Artillery 40 1,289 1,391 1,644 - 40
Unassigned 33 1,112 1,473 1,766 - -
Unassigned 4 317 343 409 4 13
Signal Corps 11 81 92 123 - -
Total 2,090 54,229 67,544 93,177 131 423
Organization of troops in the Department of the Cumberland, commanded by Major General George H. Thomas, U. S. Army, February 28, 1865.
FOURTH ARMY CORPS.
Major General DAVID S. STANLEY.
Brigadier General WILLIAM GROSE.
Colonel ISAAC M. KIRBY.
21st Illinois, Lieutenant Colonel James E. Calloway. 38th Illinois, Lieutenant Colonel Edward Colyer.
31st Indiana, Colonel John T. Smith.
81st Indiana, Lieutenant Colonel Oliver P. Anderson.
90th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel Samuel N. Yeoman.
101st Ohio, Captain John M. Latimer, jr.
Colonel JESSE H. MOORE.
96th Illinois, Captain John K. Pollock.
115th Illinois, Lieutenant Colonel George A. Poteet.
35th Indiana, Lieutenant Colonel Augustus G. Tassin.
21st Kentucky, Lieutenant Colonel William R. Milward.
23rd Kentucky, Major William Boden.
45th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel John H. Humphrey.
51st Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel David W. Marshall.