the forty thousand four hundred and three (40,403) effectives reported present for duty on the 20th September, forty-five hundred (4500) cavalry were absent with Wheeler, in Tennessee.
This latter circumstance accounts for my statement, subsequently, that we had thirty-five thousand (35,000) effectives during the campaign to the Alabama line.
It should, in addition, be observed that Wheeler's cavalry, ten thousand five hundred and forty-three (10,543) in number, as borne upon Colonel Mason's return, on the 20th September, was left in Georgia when we crossed the Tennessee, and was replaced by Forrest's cavalry, numbering altogether two thousand three hundrcing July 4th, and ending July 31st, 1864:
Corps. Killed. Wounded. Total.
Hardee's 523 2,774 3,297
Lee's 351 2,408 2,759
Stewart's 436 2,141 2,577
Wheeler's Cavalry 29 156 185
Engineers 2 21 23
1,341 7,500 8,841
Consolidated summary of casualties in Army of Tennessee in engagements around Atlanta and F