XII. Troops from Tennessee (new levies) to rendezvous at Henderson and Bethel Stations, with proper advance guards along Tennessee River. XIII. Columbus and Grenada, Mississippi, to be grand depots of supplies of all kinds for this army. XIV. All heavy baggage, etc., to be sent to said depots forthwith. XV. One regiment of unarmed troops (except with lances) to be sent to Memphis, as a guard to that city. XVI. The Governor of Mississippi to send unarmed troops to Columbus and Grenada, Mississippi, as a rendezvous. XVII. All troops of this army not included in General Polk's command as above named to be under the command of Major-General Bragg, under the denomination of 2d Grand Division; he will resume, in addition thereto, the command of his former department.
G. T. Beauregard, Genl. C. S. A.
Jackson, Tenn., March 4th, 1862.Notes of Reference. Provisions, grain, etc., in western Tennessee, to be collected as rapidly as possible and sent to Columbus and Grenada, keeping on hand provisions and forage as follows, viz.:
|At Union City,||for 1,500 men,||about 3 weeks.|
|At Humboldt,||for 5,000 men||about 3 weeks.|
|At Jackson,||for 900 infantry||about 3 weeks.|
|At Jackson,||for 400 cavalry||about 3 weeks.|
|At Corinth,||for 15,000 men||for 4 weeks.|
|At Henderson,||for 800 men||for 2 weeks.|
|At Iuka,||for 2,500 men||for 2 weeks.|
|At Grand Junction,||for 10,000 men||for 4 weeks.|