War of the Rebellion: Serial 121 Page 0826 PRISONERS OF WAR AND STATE, ETC.

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Consolidated report of exchanged and paroled prisoners of war during the secession rebellion-Continued.

Generals. Lieutenant- Major- Brigadier-

generals. generals. generals.

Rebel

prisoners

of war on

parole May

7, 1864.

Captured ... ... ... 2

and

paroled

and

delivered

on parole

for

exchange.

Excess of ... ... ... ...

rebels on

parole

October

16, 1863.

Total of ... ... ... ...

rebels on

parole.

Excess of ... ... ... ...

rebels on

parole...

Exchanges,

special.

Federals

declared

exchanged

by General

Orders-

Numbers ... ... ... 5

225,

September

12,

1864...

Numbers ... ... ... ...

261,

September

22,

1864...

Numbers ... ... ... ...

267,

October 4,

1864...

Numbers ... ... ... ...

274,

October

19,

1864...

Numbers ... ... ... ...

283,

November

14,

1864...

Numbers ... ... ... ...

284,

November

15,

1864...

Numbers ... ... 1 ...

295,

December

2, 1864...

... ... 1 5

Federal

prisoners

of war

declared

exchanged

by General

Orders,

Numbers

298,

December

6, 1864.

Received ... ... ... 1

on parole

for

exchange..

.

Rebel

prisoners

of war on

parole

December

6, 1864.

Delivered ... ... 2 4

on parole

for

exchange..

.

Excess of ... ... ... ...

rebels on

parole May

7, 1864...

Total... ... ... ... ...

Excess... ... ... ... ...

Less ... ... ... ...

Federals

specially

exchanged.

..

Excess of ... ... ... ...

rebels on

parole

December

6, 1864.

Federal

prisoners

of war

declared

exchanged

by General

Orders,

Numbers

40, March

20, 1865.

Received ... ... 2 2

on parole

for

exchange..

.

Rebel

prisoners

of war on

parole

March 20,

1865.

Delivered ... ... 1 3

on parole

for

exchange..

.

Excess on ... ... ... ...

parole

(rebels)

December

6, 1864.

Total... ... ... ... ...

Excess on ... ... ... ...

parole

March 20,

1865

(rebels).

Citizen

prisoners,

Federals,

declared

exchanged

by General

Orders,

Numbers

46, from

Adjutant-

General's

Office,

March 21,

1865.

Received ... ... ... ...

on parole

for

exchange.

Colonels. Lieutenant Majors Captain Lieutenan

-colonels. . s. ts.

Rebel

prisoners

of war on

parole May

7, 1864.

Captured 17 14 18 83 144

and

paroled

and

delivered

on parole

for

exchange.

Excess of ... ... ... ... ...

rebels on

parole

October

16, 1863.

Total of ... ... ... ... ...

rebels on

parole.

Excess of ... ... ... ... ...

rebels on

parole...

Exchanges,

special.

Federals

declared

exchanged

by General

Orders-

Numbers 11 26 9 1 1

225,

September

12,

1864...

Numbers ... ... ... ... 1

261,

September

22,

1864...

Numbers ... ... ... 1 3

267,

October 4,

1864...

Numbers ... ... 1 1 ...

274,

October

19,

1864...

Numbers ... ... 1 2 3

283,

November

14,

1864...

Numbers ... ... 2 18 23

284,

November

15,

1864...

Numbers 5 4 8 61 67

295,

December

2, 1864...

16 30 21 84 98

Federal

prisoners

of war

declared

exchanged

by General

Orders,

Numbers

298,

December

6, 1864.

Received 8 15 13 99 201

on parole

for

exchange..

.

Rebel

prisoners

of war on

parole

December

6, 1864.

Delivered 23 27 41 188 427

on parole

for

exchange..

.

Excess of ... ... ... ... ...

rebels on

parole May

7, 1864...

Total... ... ... ... ... ...

Excess... ... ... ... ... ...

Less ... ... ... ... ...

Federals

specially

exchanged.

..

Excess of ... ... ... ... ...

rebels on

parole

December

6, 1864.

Federal

prisoners

of war

declared

exchanged

by General

Orders,

Numbers

40, March

20, 1865.

Received 12 16 36 242 506

on parole

for

exchange..

.

Rebel

prisoners

of war on

parole

March 20,

1865.

Delivered 25 29 53 488 1,089

on parole

for

exchange..

.

Excess on ... ... ... ... ...

parole

(rebels)

December

6, 1864.

Total... ... ... ... ... ...

Excess on ... ... ... ... ...

parole

March 20,

1865

(rebels).

Citizen

prisoners,

Federals,

declared

exchanged

by General

Orders,

Numbers

46, from

Adjutant-

General's

Office,

March 21,

1865.

Received ... ... ... ... ...

on parole

for

exchange.