War of the Rebellion: Serial 119 Page 0620 PRISONERS OF WAR AND STATE, ETC.

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[Inclosure Numbers 2.]

Consolidated report of prisoners of war (Confederate) exchanged, paroled, released, and on hand.

RECAPITULATION.

Rank. Total Value of each. Total

number value

. .

Lieutenant- 1 60 60

generals. .

Major- 5 40 200

generals. .

Brigadier- 25 20 500

generals. . .

Chaplains. . . 36 . . . 36

Surgeons. . . 273 . . . 273

Colonels. . . 186 15 2,790

Lieutenant- 146 10 1,460

colonels. . .

Majors. . . 244 8 1,952

Captains. . . 2,497 6 14,98

2

Lieutenants. . 5,811 4 23,24

. 4

Non 16,563 2 33,12

commissioned 6

officers. . .

Privates. . . 121,15 1 121,1

6 56

Citizens. . . 5,811 . . . 5,811

Total. . . 152,76 . . . 205,6

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l. ls. ls.

Exchanged. . 1 4 16 28 93 100 79 117 1,41

. 4

Died, . . . . 1 . . 63 6 . . 7 70

released, . . . .

escaped, &c.

. .

On parole. . . . . . 1 . . . . 19 16 46 269

. . . . .

On hand . . 1 7 8 117 61 51 74 744

November 1, .

1863. . .

Total. . . 1 5 25 36 273 186 146 244 2,49

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Total

value.

Lieu Citi Non- Priva Total Citiz Priv

tena zens commi tes. aggre ens. ates

nts. . ssion gate .

ed of

offic troop

ers. s. *

Exchanged. . . 3,41 605 9,875 76,28 21,42 605 121,

4 1 2 937

Died, released, 140 3,67 830 10,03 11,15 3,637 12,8

escaped, &c. . 3 7 4 43

.

On parole. . . 572 116 1,919 12,30 15,14 116 30,8

3 5 76

On hand 1,68 1,41 3,939 22,53 29,22 1,417 43,8

November 1, 5 7 5 2 14

1863. . .

Total. . . 5,81 5,81 16,56 121,1 76,94 5,811 199,

1 1 3 56 3 470

W. HOFFMAN,

Colonel Third Infantry and Commissary-General of Prisoners.

OFFICE COMMISSARY-GENERAL OF PRISONERS,

Washington, D. C., November 27, 1863.

JUDGE-ADVOCATE-GENERAL'S OFFICE,

December-, 1863.

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES:

In the matter of the application for a writ of certiorari to review the proceedings of a military commission lately convened in Cincinnati, Ohio, for the trial of Clement L. Vallandigham, charged with a violation of General Orders, Numbers 38, issued from the Department of the Ohio, the undersigned, J. Holt, Judge-Advocate-General of the Army of the United States, charged by law with the custody of the record of the

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* Errors evidently exist in this column.

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