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[201] five regiments of cavalry; three regiments of partisan rangers, and sixteen batteries of light artillery.

Arkansas—Thirty-five regiments and twelve battalions of infantry; six regiments and two battalions of cavalry, and fifteen batteries of light artillery.

Florida—Ten regiments and two battalions of infantry; two regiments and one battalion of cavalry, and six batteries of light artillery.

Georgia—Sixty-eight regiments and seventeen battalions of infantry; eleven regiments and two battalions of cavalry; one regiment and one battalion of partisan rangers; two battalions of heavy artillery, and twenty-eight batteries of light artillery.

Louisiana—Thirty-four regiments and ten battalions of infantry; two regiments and one battalion of cavalry; one regiment of partisan rangers; two regiments of heavy artillery, and twenty-six batteries of light artillery.

Mississippi—Forty-nine regiments and six battalions of infantry; seven regiments and four battalions of cavalry; two regiments of partisan rangers, and twenty batteries of light artillery.

North Carolina—Sixty-nine regiments and four battalions of infantry; one regiment and five battalions of cavalry; two battalions of heavy artillery, and nine batteries of light artillery.

South Carolina—Thirty-three regiments and two battalions of infantry; seven regiments and one battalion of cavalry; one regiment and one battalion of heavy artillery, and twenty-eight batteries of light artillery.

Tennessee—Sixty-one regiments and two battalions of infantry; twenty-one regiments and eleven battalions of cavalry; one regiment and one battalion of heavy artillery, and thirty-two batteries of light artillery.

Texas—Twenty-two regiments and five battalions of infantry; twenty-eight regiments and four battalions of cavalry, and sixteen batteries of light artillery.

Virginia—Sixty-five regiments and ten battalions of infantry; twenty-two regiments and eleven battalions of cavalry; one regiment of partisan rangers; one regiment of artillery, and fifty-three batteries of artillery.

Border States—Twenty-one regiments and four battalions of infantry; nine regiments and five battalions of cavalry, and eleven batteries of light artillery.


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