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ust 1st, after the engagements of Peach Tree creek, on the 21st, and around Atlanta, on the 22d and 28th July.
7. The foregoing figures are taken from the official records kept by me as assistant adjutant general of the Army.
(Signed) Kinloch Falconer, Assistant Adjutant General.
I here reiterate that it is impossible General Johnston should have turned over to me fifty thousand six hundred and twenty-seven (50,627) effectives on the 18th of July (as shown in Colonel Falconer's repoColonel Falconer's report), for the reason that he had this number in full on the 10th of that month.
When, according to this same report, we suffered a loss, over and above the killed and wounded, of four thousand and seventy-three (4073) men who abandoned their colors, and went either to their homes or to the enemy just prior to the retreat across the Chattahoochee river, it is not reasonable to assume that no desertions occurred from the 10th of July--the date of his last return — to the 18th, when a change of com