detached, and is as follows:
Breckinridge's division (total effective)2,104
Rodes's division (total effective)3,013
Gordon's division (total effective)2,544
Ramseur's division (total effective)1,909
The strength of the antry regiments and battalions at seventy-four, and in this I am credited with some commands that were not with me.
In Gordon's division, which was formed by taking two of the brigades from my division and uniting them with the remnant of Johnson's division, after the disaster of the 12th of May, to form a division for Gordon, there were thirty regiments.
Giving 180 to each regiment would make an aggregate of 5,400 for the division.
In one of the brigades in his division there were the remnirginia regiments in Johnson's division.
An average of 180 for those regiments would give 2,340 for the brigade, and yet Gordon's whole division numbered, on the 31st of August, 1864, only 2,544, as shown by the returns of that date.
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