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dden commands, and consists of the Florida Regiment, Col. Anderson, 620; of Major Lary's Georgia Battalion, 350; of Capt. Lee's artillery company, 114--composed entirely of artisans and mechanics; and of 1st Battalion of the Louisiana Regiment, 520, Col. Adams; the Zouaves, 505, Lieut.-Col. Coppens; and the Marines, 109. The army of Gen. Bragg may, therefore, be thus stated accurately: Brigadier-General Commanding, Braxton Bragg; Inspector-General, J. H. Forney; Chief of Engineers, W. H. Stevens; Chief of Ordnance, W. R. Boggs; Adjutant-General, R. C. Wood; Aids, George D. Garner, Thomas Ellis; Surgeon-General, A. J. Foard; Quartermaster, L. A. O'Bannon; Chief of Subsistence, T. W. Jones. First division--Col. J. R. Chalmiers. 1st Mississippi Regiment, Col. Chalmers,787 2d Mississippi Regiment, Col. Phillips,841 Quitman Artillery, Capt. Lovell,75 Vicksburg Artillery, Capt. Tull,60 Judson Artillery, Capt. Carr,63    1,826 Second division--Col. Clayton. 1st Alabama Regi