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Maximum Confederate forces.
General E. Kirby Smith's column taken to Kentucky10,000
Humphrey Marshall, from West Virginia2,160
Stevenson, joining after Perryville7,500
John H. Morgan1,300
B force before crossing Tennessee River — officers and men, for duty27,816
Bragg, Smith, and Marshall48,776
But see other estimates, p. 31.--editors.
The above was the reported strength of orty thousand men of all arms and at all places in battle.
This included Bragg's, Smith's, and Marshall's columns, and although it is probably true that their aggregate strength in August was 48,776,ifficulties inherent in the system of independent commands and divided responsibility, Brigadier-General Marshall, who had commanded in West Virginia, appeared upon the field of active operations withiles to the east of that place (Elizabethtown), and General Smith was asking, not ordering, General Marshall to cooperate with him. The next field upon which a supreme commander had an opportunity to