Number of men reported by Fifteenth Regiment Infantry, organized and to be mustered in immediately........................ 905
Now serving at Fort McClary, Lieutenant Andrew' command. 42
Now serving at Fort Scammel, Lieutenant Staples' command. 42
Now serving at Fort Sullivan, Lieutenant Sabine's command 42
Enlisted number of recruits not yet reported............. 300
Recruiting is rapidly progressing for filling to maximum the Thirteenth, Fourteenth, Fifteenth Regiments, and batteries.
There have been no troops raised in this State under what is termed "independent acceptances," and there are no new regiments or independent companies being organized.
I am, Governor, most respectfully, your obedient servant,
JOHN L. HODSDON,
[Inclosure Numbers 2.] Statement of voluteer troops furnished by Maine to the General Government to aid in suppressing the present rebellion.
Regiment or Arm of Commander. Perio Aggrega
company service. d of te
1st Regiment Infantry. Colonel N. J. Three 779
2nd Regiment do Colonel Three 1,080
Charles W. years
3rd Regiment do Colonel Henry do 1,065
4th Regiment do Colonel Hiram do 1,132
5th Regiment do Colonel N. J. do 1,023
6th Regiment do Colonel Hiram do 874
7th Regiment do Colonel Edwin do 808
8th Regiment do Colonel John do 987
9th Regiment do Colonel do b836
10th Regiment do Colonel George Two c202
L. Beal years
11th Regiment do Colonel John do 932
12th Regiment do Colonel George do 927
13th Regiment do Colonel Neal do 928
14th Regiment do Colonel Frank do 920
15th Regiment do Colonel John do 905
Sharpshooters Captain James do 99
1st Regiment Cavalry Colonel John do 1,165
1st Battery Artillery Captain Edward do 140
2nd Battery do Captain Davis do 156
3rd Battery do Captain James do 145
4th Battery do Captain O'Neil do 112
5th Battery do Captain George do 147
6th Battery do Captain do 98
Aggregate served in Forts Sullivan, and .... 255
Estimated number of not reported. .... 300
Total aggregate furnished by Maine. .... 17, 214
mustered out of U. S. service.
companies A and D.
d129 mustered out, 126 now serving.
JOHN L. HODSDON,
AUGUSTA, January 11, 1862.
Saint Louis, Mo., January 14, 1862.
Brigadier General L. THOMAS,
Adjutant-General U. S. Army, Washington, D. C.:
SIR: I have the honor to inclose herewith copies of schedules attached to my annual report to the Governor of this State, exhibiting as nearly as possible the strength of the volunteers and of the six-months' militia enrolled in this State. This office was so recently established,