War of the Rebellion: Serial 121 Page 0829 CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-UNION AND CONFEDERATE.

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

Non- Privates. Aggregate. Equivalent

commissione s in

d officers. privates.

Federal

prisoners

of war

declared

exchanged,

special.

Exchanged

by General

Orders-

Numbers 2 9 19 47

57, April

7, 1865...

Numbers 121 610 748 934

63, April

8, 1865...

Federal

prisoners

of war

declared

exchanged

by General

Orders,

Numbers

75, April

26, 1865.

Received 2,491 8,858 12,425 18,871

on parole

for

exchange..

Rebel

prisoners

of war on

parole

April 26,

1865.

Delivered 370 1,548 2,134 3,245

on parole

for

exchange..

Excess on

parole-

March 20, ... ... ... 32,714

1865

(rebels)..

April 26, ... ... ... 16,107

1865

(rebels)..

Federal

prisoners

of war

declared

exchanged,

special.

Exchanged

by General

Orders-

No. 89, May 23 100 126 158

10, 1865..

Numbers 54 321 395 519

103, May

31, 1865..

Federal

prisoners

of war on

parole not

declared

exchanged.

Received 1,544 7,423 9,060 10,957

on parole

exchage..

Rebel

prisoners

of war

paroled

for

exchange

since

April 26,

1865.

Delivered 923 5,600 6,799 8,805

on parole

for

exchange..

Excess of ... ... ... 16,107

rebels on

parole

April 26,

1865...

Excess of ... ... ... 13,278

rebels

paroled

for

exchange..

Miscellane 57 463 737 1,745

ous

paroles

(rebels)..

Paroled

armies,

rebel.

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

Northern

Virginia,

commanded

by General

R. E. Lee.

Army of 4,888 22,274 30,548 36,971

Tennessee

and

others,

commanded

by General

J. E.

Johnston.

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

Jeff.

Thompson's

army of

Missouri.

Miscellane 736 7,223 8,636 ...

ous

paroles,

Department

of

Virginia.

Paroled at 626 8,022 9,260 ...

Cumberland

, Md., and

other

stations.

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

General

McCook in

Alabama

and

Florida.

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

the

Department

of

Alabama,

Lieutenant

General

R. Taylor.

Army of 1,758 14,411 17,549 ...

the Trans-

Mississipp

i

Department

, General

E. K.

Smith.

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

the

Department

of

Washington

.

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

Virginia,

Tennessee,

Georgia,

Alabama,

Louisiana

and Texas.

Surrendere 526 3,746 4,925 ...

d at

Nashville

and

Chattanoog

a, Tenn.

Total... 20,460 134,917 171,638 266,637

Chaplains. Surge Assistan Citizens. Total

ons. t aggregat

surgeons e.

.

Federal

prisoners

of war

declared

exchanged,

special.

Exchanged

by General

Orders-

Numbers ... ... ... 2 21

57, April

7, 1865...

Numbers ... ... ... ... 748

63, April

8, 1865...

Federal

prisoners

of war

declared

exchanged

by General

Orders,

Numbers

75, April

26, 1865.

Received ... ... ... ... 12,425

on parole

for

exchange..

.

Rebel

prisoners

of war on

parole

April 26,

1865.

Delivered 3 1 2 25 2,165

on parole

for

exchange..

Excess on

parole-

March 20, ... ... ... ... ...

1865

(rebels)..

April 26, ... ... ... ... ...

1865

(rebels)..

Federal

prisoners

of war

declared

exchanged,

special.

Exchanged

by General

Orders-

No. 89, May ... ... ... ... 126

10, 1865..

Numbers ... ... ... ... 395

103, May

31, 1865..

Federal

prisoners

of war on

parole not

declared

exchanged.

Received ... ... ... 209 9,269

on parole

exchange..

Rebel

prisoners

of war

paroled

for

exchange

since

April 26,

1865.

Delivered ... 5 21 41 6,866

on parole

for

exchange..

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

rebels on

parole

April 26,

1865...

Excess of ...

rebels

paroled

for

exchange..

Miscellane 1 9 14 761

ous

paroles

(rebels)..

Paroled

armies,

rebel.

Army of 51 320 18 27,805

Northern

Virginia,

commanded

by General

R. E. Lee.

Army of 41 557 97 31,243

Tennessee

and

others,

commanded

by General

J. E.

Johnston.

General M. 1 13 4 7,978

Jeff.

Thompson's

army of

Missouri.

Miscellane 16 193 227 9,072

ous

paroles,

Department

of

Virginia.

Paroled at 6 38 73 9,377

Cumberland

, Md., and

other

stations.

Paroled by ... 45 76 6,428

General

McCook in

Alabama

and

Florida.

Army of 25 343 68 42,293

the

Department

of

Alabama,

Lieutenant

General

R. Taylor.

Army of 11 103 23 17,686

the Trans-

Mississipp

i

Department

, General

E. K.

Smith.

Paroled in 5 37 2 3,390

the

Department

of

Washington

.

Paroled in 3 54 31 13,922

Virginia,

Tennessee,

Georgia,

Alabama,

Louisiana

and Texas.

Surrendere 7 69 28 5,029

d at

Nashville

and

Chattanoog

a, Tenn.

Total... 166 1,772 647 174,223