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as twentyfive thousand (25,000) effective men. He (Majot Kinloch Falconer) also stated that the Army when at Adairsville, GaN. Clark, J. P. For said County. The statement of Major Falconer relative to the strength of the infantry at AdairsvillHope Church, and I have no doubt of the correctness of Major Falconer's assertion to me. Allowing three thousand eight hundred (3800) artillery, acknowledged by Major Falconer on the 10th of June, the Army at Adairsville exhibits, with the addithousand one hundred and thirty-nine (10,139), whereas, Major Falconer, in his return of the 10th of June (page 574, Johnstonrecords of the Army when he relinquished the command. Major Falconer is sustained in his statement in regard to the removalembrace only the administration of General Shoupe. Major Falconer, in referring to General Johnston's last return of thefectives. This must have been the assumed estimate of Major Falconer at the time, as no return was made up on the 18th of J