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Consolidated abstract from returns of the Confederate forces on or about June 30, 1862.

[Compiled from such returns as are on file in the War Department.]

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate Aggregate Date of

present. present return.

and

absent.

Departme 3,586 53,890 78,891 119,242 July 20,

nt (or 1862.

Army) of

Northern

Virginia

(Lee). A

Departme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . No

nt of . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . return.

Henrico

(Winder)

. .

Departme 1,012 16,493 21,196 26,826 July 15,

nt of 1862

north

Carolina

(Holmes)

.

Departme 1,436 21,939 29,783 35,656 June 30,

nt of 1862

South

Carolina

and

Georgia

(Pembert

on).

Departme 946 12,512 16,303 24,895 Do.

nt of

east

Tennesse

e

(Smith).

B

Departme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . No

nt of . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . return.

Southwes

tern

Virginia

(Loring)

.

Departme 3,493 41,667 61,561 96,549 July 1,

nt No. 2 1862

(Bragg).

.

Departme 106 2,190 2,686 3,390 June 30,

nt of 1862

Middle

and

eastern

Florida

(Finegan

).

District 448 6,330 9,127 10,618 Do.

of the

Gulf

(Forney)

. .

Trans- 221 3,674 4,599 10,873 May 31

Mississi and June

ppi 30,

Departme 1862.

nts c. .

Army of . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . No

New . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . return.

Mexico

(Sibley)

. .

Total. . 11,248 158,695 224,146 328,049

a Exclusive of the troops from the Department of North Carolina serving in Virginia and accounted for in the return of the Department of North Carolina (Holmes), dated July 15, 1862; also the divisions of Jackson and Ewell, the forces in the Shenandoah Valley and Northwestern Virginia, for all of which there are no returns of an approximate date.

b Allston's cavalry brigade not reported.

c South of Red River commanded by Brigadier Gen. P. O. Hebert, and north of that river by Major Gen. Thomas C. Hindman. The only returns on file of date approximating June 30, 1862, are for the District of the Lower Rio Grande (Luckett), June 30, and the Department of Indian Territory (Pike), May 31.

Principal officials of the War Department and its bureaus from February 18, 1861, to June 30, 1862.

[Compiled from official records.]

SECRETARY OF WAR.

Leroy P. Walker, February 21 to September 16, 1861.

Judah P. Benjamin, November 21, 1861, to March 17, 1862. (Was also acting Secretary of War from September 17, 1861, to November 21, 1861, and from March 18, 1862, to March 24, 1862.

ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF WAR.

Robert Ould.

Albert T. Bledsoe.

CHIEF OF THE BUREAU OF WAR.

Albert T. Bledsoe.

R. G. H. Kean.

ADJUTANT AND INSPECTOR GENERAL.

Brigadier Gen. Samuel Cooper, March 16, 1861. (Was promoted to the rank of general August 31, 1861, to date from May 16, 1861.)

QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL.

Lieut. Colonel Abraham C. Myers, acting from March 25, 1861, to December, master-General. (Was promoted to the rank of colonel February 15, 1862.)

COMMISSARY-GENERAL OF SUBSISTENCE.

Lieut. Colonel Lucius B. Northrop, acting from March 27, 1861. (Was promoted to the rank of colonel and Commissary-General June 21, 1861, to date from March 16, 1861.)

SURGEON-GENERAL.

Surg. Samuel P. Moore, March 16, 1861.

CHIEF OF ENGINEER BUREAU.

Major Josiah Gorgas, acting from April 8, 1861, to August 3, 1861.

Major Danville Leadbetter, acting to November 11, 1861.

Captain A. L. Rives, acting from November 13, 1861.

CHIEF OF BUREAU OF ORDNANCE.

Major Josiah Gorgas, April 8, 1861. (Was promoted to lieutenant-colonel to rank from March 16, 1861.)

SUPERINTENDENT OF NITER BUREAU.

Major Isaac M. St. John.

Captain Richard Morton.

Major Isaac M. St. John.

COMMISSIONER OF INDIAN AFFAIRS.

Hon. David Hubbard.