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[Inclosure.]

Tri-monthly report of Kansas Volunteers for the 10th day of January, 1862.

Present and absent.

Station. Regiment. Commi Enliste Aggreg

ssion d men. ate.

ed

offic

ers.

Camp Defiance. 1st.............. ..... ....... ......

2nd.............. 9 203 212

.

3rd.............. 42 702 744

.

4th.............. 33 516 549

5th.............. 31 729 760

Fort Scott 6th.............. 36 681 717

Camp Battalion 7th, 53 1,265 1,318

Johnson, Morristown Missouri, 8th

Mo. Iowa, and 7th

Kansas.

8th............. ..... ....... ......

9th............. ..... ....... ......

10th............ ..... ....... ......

Camp Hunter, near New Mexico, 9 317 320

Fort Leavenworth. Brigade.

12th............ ..... ....... ......

Total ................ 252 5,124 5,370

Aggregate Colonel. Condition, &c.

last

report.

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--- Robert B.

Mitchell

--- James Montgomery Companies A, D, F reported

sickly; the others good.

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An average of seven men in a

company sick-range from three

to fifteen.

758 (Late Colonel Captain J. S. Hunt,

Johson's.) commanding. Insufficiency of

tents and clothing, arms, &c.

692 W. R. Judson

1,331 C. R. Jennison Men generally in excellent

condition for the field in

winter.

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No report since 20th of

December.

516 A. C. Davis Not armed or equipped.

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332 R. H. Hunter

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3,619

The above is the condition of the Kansas regiments, so far as reported, on the 10th of January, 1862.

Respectfully submitted.

C. ROBINSON,

Governor of Kansas.

By CHAS. CHADWICK,

Aide-de-Camp.

Adjutant-General THOMAS, U. S. Army,

Washington, D. C.

ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE,

Detroit,, January 10, 1862.

Regiments and companies organized and in process of organization now in the State:

Tenth Regiment Infantry, 883, Colonel Charles M. Lum, Flint; Twelfth Regiment Infantry, 900, Colonel Frank Quinn, Niles; Thirteenth Regiment Infantry, 1,100, Colonel Charles E. Stuart, Kalamazoo; Fourteenth Regiment Infantry, 700, Colonel Robert P. Sinclair, Ypsilanti; Fifteenth Regiment Infantry, 600, Captain John McDemott, Monroe; Lancer Regiment, 850, Lieutenant Colonel J. W. Tillman, Detroit; artillery company, Thirteenth Infantry, 140, Captain Andrew; company of sharpshooters,