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SCHEDULE A.-Return of regiments and companies of Missouri Volunteers in the servic of the United States January 1, 1862- Continued.

Command. Name of commander. Aggregat Remarks.

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strength

INDEPENDENT Colonel Rombauer 950 Infantry

ACCEPTANCES.

1st Regiment, Colonel Kallman 891 Do.

Reserve Corps.

2nd Regiment, Colonel Fritz 611 Do.

Reserve Corps.

3rd Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel 361 Do.

Reserve Corps. Herder

4th Regiment, Colonel Stifel 507 Do.

Reserve Corps.

5th Regiment, Captain Dietrich 94 Do.

Reserve Corps.

Do. Lieutenant-Colonel 370 Do.

Hundhause

Saint Charles Home Major Krekel 489 Do.

Guard

Boonville Home Guard ................. 146 Do.

Do. ................. 32 Cavalry

King's Railroad Captain King 84 Infantry

Guard

Total ................. 4,535

RECAPITULATION.

Infantry. ................. 23,847

Artillery ................. 3,055

Cavalry ................. 5,919

Total. ................. 32,821

SCHEDULE B.

Abstract of the annual return of the militia of the State of Missouri for the year 1861.

Gene Cavalr Art Infant Aggreg

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Major-general 1 - - - 1

Brigadier-generals 3 - - - 3

Adjutant-general 1 - - - 1

Inspector-general 1 - - - 1

Quartermaster-general 1 - - - 1

Aides-de-camp 15 - - - 15

Assistant adjutant-general 3 - - - 3

Past assistant 6 - - - 6

quartermasters

Surgeon-general 1 - - - 1

Colonels - - - 6 6

Lieutenant-colonels - - - 9 9

Majors - 5 - 12 17

Adjutants - 5 - 8 13

Quartermasters - 5 - 8 13

Paymaster for State 1 - - - 1

Surgeons - 2 - 8 10

Captains - 23 1 69 93

Lieutenants - 46 2 138 186

Total commissioned officers 33 86 3 258 380

Total non-commissioned

officers, musicians, - 1,454 40 4,311 5,805

artificers, and privates

Aggregate 33 1,540 43 4,569 6,

185

Number of regiments - - - 6 6

Number of battalions, - 5 - 5 10

separate

Number of companies, - 23 1 69 93

separate and included in

regiments and battalions

CHESTER HARDING, JR.,

Adjutant-General.

ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE,

Saint Louis, January 1, 1862.