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onfederate prisoners paroled under the direction of Brevet Major-General Wilson. by whom paroled. number paroled. where paroled. when paroled.       1865. Provost Marshal Cavalry Corps, M. D. M. 14,985 Macon, Ga. April and May. Colonel Eggleston 10,000 Atlanta, Ga. May. An estimate; no report received up to date.Colonel Cooper 5,000 Albany, Ga. May. Major Williams 957 Milledgeville, Ga. May. Captain Walden 226 Forsyth, Ga. May. Captain Lambson 3,700 Columbus, Ga. May. Captain Abrahams 5,026 Washington, Ga. May. Captain Gates 1,247 Hawkinsville, Ga. May. General Upton 6,315 Augusta, Ga. May. General McCook 7,200 Tallahassee, Fla. May. Captain Hathaway 2,816 On the march. April. Major Dartt 225 Eufala. May. General Fry, C. S. A. 2,181 Augusta, Ga. April. Total 59,878     Commissioned officers 6,134 Enlisted men 53,744   Total 59,878 C. L. Green, Major and Provost Marshal C. C., M. D. M. Office Provost Marshal C. C., M. D. M., Macon, Ga., June 28, 1865.<