War of the Rebellion: Serial 121 Page 0772 PRISONERS OF WAR AND STATE, ETC.

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Consolidated statement of prisoners of war from January 1 to October 20, 1865- Contd.

PAROLED ARMIES- REBEL- Continued.

Non- Musicians Aggreate Equiva

commissio and of lents

ned rivates. prisoner reduce

officdrs s of d to

war. privat

es.

Army of Northern 4,366 20,660 27,416 ...

VIrginia, commanded

by Geneal R. E. Lee.

Army of Tennessee and 4,888 22,274 30,548 ...

others, commanded by

General J. E.

Johnston.

General M. Jeff. 636 6,195 7,960 ...

Thompson's Army of

Missouri.

Miscellaneous 736 7,223 8,636 ...

paroles, Department

of Virginia.

Paroled at 626 8,022 9,260 ..

Cumberland, Md., and

other stations

Paroled by General 650 5,142 6,307 ...

McCook in Alabama and

Folrida.

Army of the 5,030 32,596 41,857 ...

Deaprtment of

Alabama, Lieutenant

General R. Taylor

commanding.

Army of the Trans- 1,758 14,411 17,549 ...

Mississippi

Department, Geenal E.

K. Smith.

Paroled in the 197 2,975 3,346 ...

Deaprtment of

Washington

Paroled in Virginia, 1,047 11,673 13,834 ...

Tenpesee, Georgia,

Alabama, Louisiana

and Texas.

Surrendered at 526 3,746 4,925 ...

Nashville and

Chattanooga, Tenn.

Total. 20,460 134,917 171,638 ...

Chaplai Medical Citizens Total

ns officers. aggregat

e.

Army of Northern 51 320 18 27,805

VIrginia, commanded

by Geneal R. E. Lee.

Army of Tennessee and 41 557 97 31,243

others, commanded by

General J. E.

Johnston.

General M. Jeff. 1 13 4

Thompson's Army of 7,978

Missouri.

Miscellaneous 16 193 227

paroles, Department 9,072

of Virginia.

Paroled at 6 38 73 9,377

Cumberland, Md., and

other stations

Paroled by General ... 45 76 6,428

McCook in Alabama and

Folrida.

Army of the 25 343 68 42,293

Deaprtment of

Alabama, Lieutenant

General R. Taylor

commanding.

Army of the Trans- 11 103 23 17,686

Mississippi

Department, Geenal E.

K. Smith.

Paroled in the 5 37 2 3,390

Deaprtment of

Washington

Paroled in Virginia, 3 54 31 13,922

Tenpesee, Georgia,

Alabama, Louisiana

and Texas.

Surrendered at 7 69 28 5,029

Nashville and

Chattanooga, Tenn.

Total. 166 1,772 647 174,223

FEDERAL PRISONERS.

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Received ... ... 2 2 8 12 50 462 1,216

"Paroled

for

exchange"

from

January 1

to

October

20, 1865.

Escaped ... ... .. ... ... 2 3 46 97

prisoners

who have

reported

Total ... ... 2 2 8 20 53 508 1,313

Non-0 Musicians Aggregate Equival

commissi and of ents

oned privates prisoners reduced

officers of war to

private

s

Received 5,750 23,833 31,341 ...

"Paroled for

exchnage" from

January 1 to

October 20,

1865.

Escaped 240 1,288 1,676 ...

prisoenrs who

have reported

Total 5,990 25,121 33,017 ...

Chaplain Medical Citizens Total

s officers aggregat

e

Received "Paroled ... ... 352 31,693

for exchange" from

January 1 to

October 20, 1865.

Escaped prisoenrs ... ... 24 1,700

who have reported

Total ... ... 376 33,393

Bvt. Brigadier General, U. S. Army, Commissary- General of Prisoners.

WAR DEPARTMENT, ADJUTANT- GENERAL'S OFFICE,

Washington, October 25, 1865.

Honorable JAMES SPEED,

Attorney- Generl United States, Washington, D. C.:

SIR: By direction of the Secretary of War I have the honor to refer, for examination by youk, a letter from Jefferson Davis tohis wife and