The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union And Confederate Armies. Series 1, Volume 32, In Three Parts. Part 3, Correspondence, etc. Page: 732
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732 KY. SW. VA., TENN., MISS., ALA., AND N. GA. [CHAP. XLIV.
Report of the batteries of light artillery of Wheeler's cavalry corps, Capt. W. L.
Scott, chief of artillery, April 1, 1864.
Command. Stations. . i'
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Batteries of Fourth Cavalry Di- Near Oxford, Ala...... 62 95
vision, Kelly's division.
Ferrell's battery, Roddey's di- Near Tunnel Hill ......... 129 158
Freeman's battery, Dibrell's En route from East Ten- .........
Wiggins' battery, Martin's di- One section only near 44 52
vision. Oxford, Ala.
Total .............. ........................ 235 305
2 2 .... 4 26 9
2 2 2 6 98 12
.... .... .... .... 6 3
4 - 4 2 10 130 24
W. C. PRESTON,
DALTON, April 1, 1864.
[APRIL 1, 1864.-For Hardesty to Polk, about affairs in East
Louisiana, see Vol. XXXIV, Part --, p. -.]
DEMOPOLIS, April 2, 1864.
General J. E. JOHNSTON,
My scouts report from Oxfora, 25th, Sherman's horses preparing to
move; can't learn where. Hurlbut and staff went up river Saturday.
Rumored Sixteenth and Seventeenth Army Corps ordered to Army
of Potomac ; four regiments infantry at Decatur fortifying; Dodge's
division at Athens; Logan's at Huntsville; enemy's cavalry raiding
out from Decatur. Very much in want of Roddey's force in that
region. Secret-service man from Cincinnati says troops furloughed
in Western army ordered, after expiration of furlough, to report to
the Army of the Potomac; expedition, composed of Banks' and Sher-
man's troops, which went up Red River not yet returned. General
Maury reports twenty-five vessels belonging to Navy and ten trans-
ports at Pensacola. Few troops at New Orleans, Baton Rouge, or
Port Hudson. Dispatch from Forrest reports capture of Union City
with 450 prisoners, 200 horses, and 500 small-arms; captured Pa-
ducah, held it ten hours, discovered it infested with small-pox and
left, taking with him 50 prisoners, many stores and horses, burned
dry-dock, &c. Colonel Thompson, Third Kentucky, killed; lost in
:all about 25 killed and wounded ; enemy's loss, killed and wounded,
in Paducah, 55.
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