ptain J. Kemmitzer 1 208 209
Thirteenth Iowa Infantry Captain C. Haskins 1 186 187
Third Battery, Twentieth A. C. Captain Hurlbut 6 290 296 822
Total 55 2922 2977 2977
My command was increased on and after the sixth instant by the assignment of recruits arriving from the rear, amounting in the aggregate to two thousand three hundred and twenty-seven enlisted men, which were properly armed and distributed to their respective battalions and brigades.
The Sixty-ontinued our march unmolested, by way of Mount Hope, towards Leighton; but learning, when within ten miles of that place, that all our troops had returned to Decatur, we came on by easy marches to the same post, reaching it on Friday evening, sixth instant.
The whole distance marched, from the time of leaving Decatur, nine days previously, was two hundred and sixty-five; and about four hundred miles, from the time of leaving Chattanooga, two weeks and three days previous.
My entire comman