ficers, and the foresight displayed in providing for the necessities of service.
The commissary department is instructed to provide all the antiscorbutics for which we have the means of transportation.
This report will be forwarded to the War Department, along with my official report of the campaign of Atlanta.
W. T. Sherman, Major-General, Commanding.
Tabular statement of sick and wounded in the Military Division of the Mississippi for the period embraced between May 1 and September 6, 1864.
Command.Received in Hospital. Total. Sent to the rear. Returned to duty. Died from—
Sick. Wounded. Disease. Wounds.
Army of the Cumberland:
Fourth Army Corps13,4565,85219,3088,71610,30117416
Fourteenth Army Corps7,4613,97311,4347,1963,03188250
Twentieth Army Corps15,6115,37520,9868,75611,10663374
Army of the Tennessee:
Fifteenth Army Corps3,3463,3126,6585,06292844251
Sixteenth Army Corps4,2331,2035,4362,5152,43424181