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of Colonel Eli Long, commanding Second brigade, Second division of cavalry; and a statement of a refugee from Dalton, showing how matters stood at that place during the late reconnaissance; the monthly returns for January and February of Colonel J. G. Parkhurst, Ninth Michigan veteran volunteer infantry, Provost-Marshal General, and that of Lieutenant-Colonel A. P. Porter, Chief Commissary of Subsistence, giving the average daily issue of rations to destitute citizens during the above months. egate, 662. Deserters: 897 received, 897 paroled on oath. Oaths administered to citizens: Allegiance, 543; Amnesty, 263; aggregate, 806. Rations: sales — number of families, 506; number of persons, 2901; issues — number of families, 1032; number of persons, 5809; total number of families, 1538; total number of persons, 8710. Respectfully submitted. J. G. Parkhurst, Colonel Ninth Michigan Infantry Volunteers, and Provost-Marshal General D. C. By H. M. Duffield, Lieutenant and A. P. M.