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C.

Exhibit of recruits (volunteer and drafted) for old and new organizations, forwarded to field; veteran volunteers furloughed from and returned to armies in the field; volunteers mustered out and discharged by expiration of term, and 100-days" troops forwarded to field and discharged, all under the direction of the Adjutant-General's Office, from November 1, 1863, to October 31, 1864.

Three- and of far as

years" disch term, report

volunt arged so ed.

eers on

muster accou

ed nt of

expir

ation

Sta Volunte Veteran Drafte Regime Compa Batter Streng

tes er volunte d men nt. nies. ies. th.

. recruit ers forwar

s for sent to ded to

one, their field.

two, respect

and ive

three States

years, on

for old furloug

and new h, and

organiz returne

ations, d

forward treform

ed to to

field. armies

a in

field.

Con 7,507 3,538 1,484 7 ..... 1 609

nec

tic

ut

Del 1,078 404 171 1 ..... ..... 341

awa

re

Ill 21,633 16,392 2,702 40 4 1 6,556

ino

is

Ind 22,050 11,490 2,741 15 ..... 2 5,177

ian

a

Iow 8,269 6,895 1,295 16 ..... 3 2,695

a

Kan 1,245 425 ...... 1 ..... ..... 43

sas

Ken 15,300 3,057 955 8 ..... 2 1,225

tuc

ky

Mai 6,176 3,533 1,615 9 ..... ..... 985

ne

Mar 2,952 2,003 1,663 7 1 2 1,708

yla

nd

Mas 19,331 5,994 939 21 ..... 4 3,825

sac

hus

ett

s

Min 4,266 1,197 212 2 ..... 1 515

nes

ota

Mic 18,640 5,197 1,579 11 ..... 1 1,575

hig

an

Mis 19,766 2,231 11 12 ..... 1 3,284

sou

ri

New 6,225 1,617 1,947 4 ..... 1 503

Ham

psh

ire

New 10, 2,838 2,359 11 ..... 2 2,058

Jer 189

sey

New 68,363 19,426 8,611 35 9 9 2,097

Yor

k

Ohi 43,012 19,928 4,763 43 ..... 8 5,005

o

Pen 58,583 18,607 5,311 47 ..... 5 8,478

nsy

lva

nia

Rho 1,779 1,089 65 2 ..... ..... 338

de

Isl

and

Ver 5,912 1,920 528 5 ..... ..... 940

mon

t

Wes 2,879 2,636 ...... 7 1 4 1,609

t

Vir

gin

ia

Wis 16,404 5,765 2,249 9 ..... 8 1,512

con

sin

Dis 880 118 836 ...... 1 ..... 96

tri

ct

of

Col

umb

ia

Enl 2,831 ....... ...... ...... ..... ..... ....

ist

men

ts

in

reb

el

Sta

tes

.

Re- 1, ....... c691 ...... ..... ..... ....

enl 189

ist

men

ts

und

er

Gen

era

l

Ord

ers

Num

ber

s

135

of

186

4.

Tot 366,459 136,300 42,727 313 16 55 51,174

al

100- troops forwar 100- return on

days" ded to days" ed to account

field. troops States of

b and expirat

muster ion of

ed out term. b

States.

Connect ........ ....... ...... ....... ...... .......

icut

Delawar 1 ....... 900 1 ...... 900

e

Illinoi 13 2 11,880 13 2 11,880

s

Indiana 8 ....... 7,200 8 ...... 7,200

Iowa 4 4 3,960 4 4 3,960

Kansas ........ ....... ...... ...... ...... .......

Kentuck ........ ....... ...... ...... ...... .......

y

Maine ........ ....... ...... ...... ...... .......

Marylan 1 4 1,260 1 4 1,260

d

Massach 5 ....... 4,500 5 ...... 4,500

usetts

Minneso ........ ....... ...... ...... ...... .......

ta

Michiga ........ ....... ...... ...... ...... .......

n

Missour ........ ....... ...... ...... ...... .......

i

New ........ ....... ...... ...... ...... .......

Hampshi

re

New 1 ....... 900 1 ...... 900

Jersey

New 7 6 3,420 7 6 3,420

York

Ohio 42 ....... 37,800 42 ...... 37,800

Pennsyl 6 8 6,120 6 8 6,120

vania

Rhode ........ ....... ..... ...... ...... ......

Island

Vermont ........ ....... ..... ...... ...... ......

West ........ ....... ..... ...... ...... ......

Virgini

a

Wiscons 3 ....... 2,700 3 ...... 2,700

in

Distric ........ ....... ...... ...... ...... .......

t of

Columbi

a

Enlistm ........ ....... ...... ...... ...... .......

ents in

rebel

States.

Re- ........ ....... ...... ...... ...... .......

enlistm

ents

under

General

Orders

Numbers

135 of

1864.

Total 91 24 80,640 91 24 80,640

a Ten per cent. is taken as the approximate between number mustered in and number forwarded to field. This difference or loss results from desertions and discharges on account of physical disability, subsequent to muster in and prior to the men being ready to be forward to regiments and companies.

b The term being short, there were but few casualties from disease and battle between dates of muster in and muster out. The numbers mustered in and mustered out are therefore set down as the same.

c Special assignments.

RECAPITULATION.

Forwarded to field.

One, two, and three years" recruits, for

old and new organizations................ 366,459

Drafted men.............................. 42,727

100-days" troops......................... 80,640

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489,826

Mustered out and discharged.

Three-years" volunteers.................. 51,174

100-days" troops......................... 80,640

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131,814

Veterans furloughed and returned to field........... 136,300

--------

Total discharged, forwarded and furloughed.......... 757,940

THOMAS M. VINCENT,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

WAR DEPARTMENT, ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE,

November 17, 1864.