See the previous note.--editors. General Horatio G. Wright, who commanded the department, in his repoons for an aggressive campaign.
On the 26th Major-General Wright, commanding the Department of the Ohio, wents Seventh Division8,084
Total under Buell's and Wright's command137,282
But see other estimates, p. 31.e might with propriety add the 26,351 men which General Wright could have drawn from his command in West Virgi would make the entire force subject to Buell's and Wright's orders 176,030.
Maximum Confederate forces.
Gted that number as it would have been for Buell and Wright to have concentrated the 163,633 which they command available to drive 40,000 men out of Kentucky, General Wright on the 16th appealed to the governors of Indianing these and the troops in West Virginia under General Wright out of the calculation, our strength, even afte Louisville that Nelson telegraphed the fact to General Wright, saying, Louisville is now safe; God and Libert