Colonel WILLIAM E. BURNET.
Major W. C. CAPERS.
1st Louisiana Artillery, Companies A and D.
1st Mississippi Artillery, Company L.
Green's (Kentucky) battery, Lieutenant H. S. Quisenberry.
1st Mississippi Artillery (four companies), Major Jeff. L. Wofford.
Captain RICHARD C. BOND.
2nd Alabama Artillery, Companies C and E.
1st Louisiana Artillery, Companies B and G.
Captain JAMES GIBNEY.
22nd Louisiana Regiment, Companies E and K.
Holmes' light battery.
Crew Gun-Boat Gaines, Captain P. U. Murphy, C. S. Navy.
3rd Missouri Light Artillery, Lieutenant T. B. Catron.
Abstract from return of the forces District of Western North Carolina, Brigadier General James G. Martin, C. S. Army, commanding, for March 10, 1865.
Present for Pieces of
Comman Office Men. Effect Aggreg Aggreg Heavy. Field
d. rs. ive ate ate .
total presen presen
presen t. t and
Field 7 ...... ...... 7 7 ...... .....
Colone 39 401 421 488 1,135 ...... .....
Macbet 5 92 97 107 151 ...... 6
Erwin' 9 34 74 88 144 ...... .....
Thomas 70 906 943 1,055 1,473 ...... 1
Total 130 1,433 1,535 1,745 2,910 ...... 7
a No report. Not included.
CHARLOTTE, N. C., March 11, 1865-12 m.
General R. E. LEE,
The Fourth Federal Corps is believed to have started from Huntsville. Brigadier General D. W. Adams (not Wirt) commands Central District of Alabama, headquarters Talladega. He has only some cavalry, General Taylor has only garrison of Mobile, about 5,000 men, French's division,of Stewart's corps, Gibson's, Sharp's, and Brantly's brigades, of Lee's corps, in all about 2,000 more. The two last brigades are under marching orders to North Carolina. General Taylor has also Forrest's and Roddey's cavalry, about 12,000 men. No forces left in Georgia except local reserves and militia, absentees and furloughed men returning to the army. For plan of enemy's operations see Richmond Whig, 4th instant.
G. T. BEAUREGARD.