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139 three-years" regiments of 1862, each regiment 400.....55.600

Three-year's recruits, 1842...............................20.150

22 one-years" regiments 1864, and 1 battery...............14.840

One year's recruits, 1864................................ 31.720

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Total....................................................122.310

WAR DEPARTMENT, ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE,

May 18, 1865.

Exhibit of all volunteer troops in the service of the United States whose terms will expire prior to October 1, 1865, now under orders to be mustered out of service.

States Number of Strength Number of Number of

3-years" 3-years" 1-years"

regiments, recruits, regiments,

1862 1862 1864

Connecticut 7 2.800 308 a1

Delaware 2 800 60 b4

Illinois 50 20.000 1.200 2

Indiana 26 10.000 2.500 ......

Iowa 15 6.000 15 .......

Kansas 3 1.200 ...... .......

Kentucky 2 800 700 .......

Maine 5 2.000 451 b4

Maryland 4 1.600 618 ......

Massachusetts 8 3.200 3.921 c16

Michigan 10 4.000 1.400 ......

Minnesota 5 2.000 726 1

Missouri 3 1.200 592 8

New Hampshire 6 2.400 431 d8

New Jersey 5 2.000 350 2

New York 42 16.800 9.000 6

Ohio 32 12.800 3.200 6

Pennsylvania 18 7.200 5.000 17

Rhode Island 1 400 500 b1

Vermont 4 1.600 1.300 ......

West Virginia 2 800 300 ......

Wisconsin 7 2.800 1.000 4

Total 257 102.800 33.527 e80

States Strength. Number of Aggregate

1-year's

recruits,

1864

Connecticut 140 155 3.403

Delaware 240 314 1.414

Illinois 1.600 ...... 22.800

Indiana ...... 889 13.789

Iowa ...... 339 6.354

Kansas ...... 4 1.204

Kentucky ...... 44 1.544

Maine 240 739 3.430

Maryland ..... 909 3.127

Massachusetts 1.880 2.129 11.130

Michigan ...... 2.864 8.264

Minnesota 600 1.247 4.573

Missouri 4.800 ..... 6.592

New Hampshire 480 570 3.881

New Jersey 1.200 3.335 6.885

New York 4.000 18.173 47.973

Ohio 4.000 4.627 24.627

Pennsylvania 12.630 7.928 32.758

Rhode Island 60 81 1.041

Vermont ...... 1.723 4.623

West Virginia ...... 1.313 2.413

Wisconsin 2.600 2.017 8.417

Total 34.470 49.400 220.242

a Battery.

b Companies.

c Twelve companies of artillery and four companies of infantry.

d Seven companies of artillery and one company of infantry.

e One battery, thirty-three companies, and forty-six regiments.

NOTE.-This includes the Army of the Potomac and General Sherman's army. The number from these two armies is 122,310. See estimate of May 18, 1865 (next, ante).

RECAPITULATION.

257 three-years" regiment, 1862, each 400 men..........102,800

Three-years" recruits, 1862............................ 33,572

46 regiments, 33 companies, and 1 battery, one year's

men, 1864............................................. 34,470

One-year's recruits, 1864.............................. 49,400

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Total..................................................220,242

WAR DEPARTMENT, ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE.

May 30, 1865.

Numbers 34. DIVISION OF REGULAR SUPPLIES, QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL'S OFFICE, Washington, D. C., October 16, 1865.

Major General M . C. MEIGS,

Quartermaster-General U. S. Army, Washington, D. C:

GENERAL: In compliance with instructions received from the Quartermaster-General per circular July 24, 1865, I have the honor to submit the following report:

I was appointed as chief of the division of regular supplies of the

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