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Numbers 602.- Brigadier General Francis A. Shoup, C. S. Army, Chief of Staff, of operations July 25- September 7.


Numbers 603.- Lieutenant General William J. Hardee, C. S. Army, commanding corps.


Numbers 604.- Itinerary of Hardee's army corps May 15- June 14.


Numbers 605.- Brigadier General George Maney, C. S. Army, commanding Cheatham's division, of operations August 31.


Numbers 606.- Brigadier General John C. Carter, C. S. Army, commanding Cheatham's division, of operations September 1.


Numbers 607.- Colonel Ellison Capers, Twenty- fourth South Carolina Infantry, Gist's brigade, of operations May 6- July 18 and September 1.


Numbers 608.- Major General Patrick R. Cleburne, C. S. Army, commanding division, of operations May 7-27.


Numbers 609.- Brigadier General Mark P. Lowrey, C. S. Army, commanding Cleburne's division, of operations August 31 and September 1.


Numbers 610.- Captain Aaron A. Cox,* Fifth Confederate Infantry, Polk's brigade, of operations July 20-22.


Numbers 611.- Brigadier General Mark P. Lowrey, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations July 20- September 1.


Numbers 612.- Colonel John Weir, Fifth Mississippi Infantry, commanding Lowrey's brigade, of operations August 31 and September 1 and 2.


Numbers 613.- Brigadier General Daniel C. Govan, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations July 22.


Numbers 614.- Colonel Peter V. Green, Fifth Arkansas Infantry, commanding Govan's brigade, of operations August 31 and September 1.


Numbers 615.- Brigadier General Hiram B. Granbury, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations August 31 and September 1.


Numbers 616.- Brigadier General James A. Smith, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations July 21 and 22.


Numbers 617.- Lieutenant Thomas L. Flynt, Sixth Texas Infantry, commanding Sixth Texas Infantry and Fifteenth Texas Cavalry (dismounted), of operations July 20-22.


Numbers 618.- Captain J. William Brown, Seventh Texas Infantry, of operations July 20- 22.


Numbers 619.- Captain John A. Formwalt, Tenth Texas Infantry, of operations July 21 and 22.


Numbers 620.- Captain William H. Perry, Eighteenth Texas Cavalry, commanding Seventeenth and Eighteenth Texas Cavalry (dismounted), of operations July 20-22.


Numbers 621.- Major William A. Taylor, Twenty- fourht Texas Cavalry, commanding Twenty- fourth and Twenty- fifth Texas Cavalry (dismounted), of operations July 20-22.


Numbers 622.- Lieutenant Colonel Cincinnatus S. Guyton, Fifty- seventh Georgia Infantry, commanding Mercer's brigade, of operations July 22-24.


Numbers 623.- Colonel Charles H. Olmstead, First Volunteer Georgia Infantry, commanding Mercer's brigade, of operations August 2- September 1.


Numbers 624.- Colonel William Barkuloo, Fifty- seventh Georgia Infantry, commanding Mercer's brigade, of operations July 22-August 2.


Numbers 625.- Lieutenant General John B. Hood, C. S. Army, commanding corps, of operations May 7- July 17.


Numbers 626.- Lieutenant General Stephen D. Lee, C. S. Army, commanding corps (formerly Hood's), of operations July 27- September 19.


Numbers 627.- Brigadier General John C. Brown, C. S. Army, commanding Hindman's division, of operations July 28 and 29.

Report probably signed by this officer. The copy on file is without signature.


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