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No. 136. field return of the Confederate forces that marched from Corinth to the Tennessee River, April 3, 1862.

Command. present. absent. present and absent.
For duty. Sick. Extra duty. In arrest. Effective total. Total. Aggregate. Detached duty. With leave. Without leave. Sick. Total. Aggregate.
Officers. Enlisted men. Officers. Enlisted men. Officers. Enlisted men. Officers. Enlisted men. Officers. Enlisted men. Officers. Enlisted men. Officers. Enlisted men. Officers. Enlisted men.
Infantry.                                          
First Corps1 561 8,440 48 1,343 18 548 5 36 9,024 10,367 10,999 26 152 73 922 30 408 9 60 11,909 12,679
Second Corps 1,000 14,590 141 3,569 23 624 3 42 14,868 18,435 19,564 48 432 111 2,288 9 481 3 85 22,071 23,371
Third Corps 339 4,108 41 811 8 439 5 4 4,545 5,365 5,750 13 159 22 281 1 255 45 942 6,988 7,462
Reserve Corps 479 6,132 64 1,000 11 151 2 7 6,290 7,290 7,846 10 137 60 653 5 153 71 887 9,120 9,822
Total infantry 2,379 33,270 294 6,723 60 1,762 15 89 34,727 41,457 44,159 97 880 276 4,144 45 1,297 128 1,974 50,088 53,334
artillery.                                          
First Corps 20 331   34   10   5 398 432 452   3 2 37 1 5     480 501
Second Corps 28 661 1 109         661 770 779     4 99         869 902
Third Corps 16 284 1 28 2 23   3 310 338 457 1 1   1   5 1 37 380 405
Reserve Corps 19 581 2 39 1 18   5 604 643 665 1 7   10   11 3 81 752 778
Total artillery 83 1,857 4 210 3 51   13 1,973 2,183 2,353 2 11 6 147 1 21 4 118 2,481 2,586
Cavalry 125 1,884 13 712 8 187 1 2 2,073 2,785 2,932 14 359 1 57   16 19 466 3,683 3,854
Grand total 2,587 37,011 311 7,645 71 2,000 16 104 38,773 46,425 49,444 113 1,250 283 4,348 46 1,334 151 2,558 57,252 59,774

1 Colonel Hill's regiment (Tennessee) came upon the [field] during the engagement on Monday.

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