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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. The regiment now at Trenton to be ordered forthwith, by General Polk, to Fort Pillow, via Memphis. Captain Robertson's cavalry to remain at Henderson; the remainder of troops now there, viz., Lea's and Browder's regiments, and stragglers collected, to be ordered by General Polk to report to General Ruggles at Corinth, forthwith. The 7th Mississippi regiment, now at Jackson, Tennessee, to be ordered by Bragg to Henderson. Organization. Three or more regiments, or about twenty-five hundred effective men, to a brigade. Two brigades to a division. To each brigade one battery of six guns, either four smooth-bore and two howitzers, or four rifles and two howitzers, or six rif