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ganized by the consolidation of the Twentieth (McCook's) and Twenty-first (Crittenden's) Corps, in cThird Corps, commanded respectively by Major-Generals McCook, Crittenden and Gilbert.
Its losses a three-fourths of these casualties occurred in McCook's Corps, the loss in some of his regiments beind left wing, to the command of which, Major-Generals McCook, Thomas, and Crittenden were respectiv and Negley's Divisions; the right wing, under McCook, of Davis', Johnson's, and Sheridan's DivisionSpanish Fort, and Mobile.
Twentieth Corps. （McCook's.)
Chickamaue retained in command.
The troops composing McCook's Corps, as it was generally called in the armnd all of them were engaged at Stone's River.
McCook had distinguished himself at Shiloh, where hist. 19th fought at Chickamauga.
In this battle McCook's Corps took eight brigades, 12,480 men, into my of the Cumberland.
By this arrangement General McCook was left without a command.