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Feb. 3, 1865.-The Detachment Army of the Tennessee commanded by Major General Andrew J. Smith, U. S. Army, ordered from the Department of the Cumberland to the Military Division of West Mississippi.

The Seventh Division, Cavalry Corps, Military Division of the Mississippi, ordered from Department of the Cumberland to the Military Division of West Missisppi.

The district of North Mississippi and West Tennessee formed, and Brigadier General Marcus J. Wright, C. S. Army, assigned to its command.

The District of South Mississippi and East Louisiana formed, and Brigadier General Wirt Adams, C. S. Army, assigned to its command.

3-4, 1865.-Skirmish at Ladd's house, Hog Jaw Valley, Ala.

5, 1865.-Skirmish near McMinnville, Tenn.

6, 1865.-Affair at Corn's Farm, Franklin County, Tenn.

7, 1865.-Scout on the Hernando Road, Tenn.

8-9, 1865.-Affair at New Market (8th), skirmish at Bradfordsville (8th), and skirmish at Hustonville (9th), Ky.

9, 1865.-Skirmish near Memphis, Tenn.

Brigadier General Elias S. Dennis, U. S. Army, assumes command of the District of South Alabama.

10, 1865.-Affair near Triune, Tenn.

Skirmish in Johnson's Crook, Ga.

The Department of the Cumberland declared to consist of the State of Tennessee and such parts of Northern Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi as may be occupied by troops under the command of Major General George H. Thomas, U. S. Army.

The Department of Kentucky (consisting of the State of Kentucky) created, and Major General John M. Palmer, U. S. Army, assigned to its command.

The Department of Mississippi declared to embrace so much of the State of Mississippi as was occupied by the troops of the Military Division of West Mississippi on the river.

12, 1865.-Skirmish at Waterloo, Ala.

13, 1865.-Action at Station Four, Fla.

14, 1865.-Major General George Stoneman, U. S. Army, assigned to command of the District of East Tennessee.

15, 1865.-Brigadier General Alexander Asboth, U. S. Army, assumes command of the District of West Florida, vice Brigadier General Thomas J. McKean, relieved.

15-16, 1865.-Scout from Nashville, on the Nolensville Pike, Tenn.

16, 1865.-Skirmish near Gurlery's Tank, Ala.

Skirmish near Cedar Keys, Fla.

Attack upon the garrisons of Athens and Sweet Water, Tenn.

17-18, 1865.-Expedition from Eastport to Iuka, Miss.

Expedition from Whitesburg to Fearn's Ferry, Tenn.

18, 1865.-Major General John M. Palmer, U. S. Army, assumes command of the Department of Kentucky.

Attack on Fort Jones, near Colesburg, Ky.

19.1865.-Expedition from Barrancas to Milton, Fla.

19-23, 1865.-Expedition from Eastport, Miss., too Russellville, Ala., with skirmishes (20th) near Tuscumbia,

Ala.

20, 1865.-Attack on Forth Myers, Fla.

20-24, 1865.-Expedition from Nashville to Pine Wood, Tenn.

Expedition to Greenville and Warrenburg, Tenn., with skirmishes (21st and 22d) near Greeneville.


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