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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 11, Part 3 (Peninsular Campaign)
Page 484 THE PENINSULAR CAMPAIGN,VA. Chapter XXIII.

Anderson's Brigade.

Brigadier General S. R. ANDERSON commanding.

1st Tennessee

7th Tennessee
Estimated....................... 2,030

14th Tennessee

Braxton's battery

Pettigrew's Brigade.

Brigadier General J. J. PETTIGREW commanding.

Arkansas Battalion..................................... 146

35th Georgia........................................... 545

22nd North Carolina..................................... 752

47th Virginia.......................................... 444

Andrews' battery....................................... 130

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2,017

Total effective strength of reserve, commanded by

Major General G. W. Smith......................................10,592

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Cavalry Brigade.

Brigadier General J. E. B. STUART commanding.

1st Virginia Cavalry................................... 437

4th Virginia Cavalry................................... 540

Jeff. Davis Legion...................................... 171

Stuart Horse Artillery................................. 141

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Total................................................. 1,289

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Reserve Artillery.

Brigadier General W. N. PENDLETON commanding.

Pieces.

Pendleton's artillery corps............................ 36

Washington Artillery................................... 20

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Total.................................................. 56

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No numbers given.

RECAPITULATION.

Total effective strength right wing, Major-General Magruder

commanding................................................ 17,302

Total effective strength center of position, Major-General

Longstreet commanding..................................... 13,816

Total effective strength left of position, Major General D. H. Hill

commanding................................................ 12,634

Total effective strength of reserve, Major General G. W. Smith

commanding................................................ 10,592

Total effective strength cavalry brigade, Brigadier General J. E. B.

Stuart commanding......................................... 1,289

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Total..................................................... 55,633

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Reserve Artillery, Brigadier-General Pendleton commanding, 56 pieces.

RICHMOND, VA., May 1, 1862.

General JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON,

Yorktown, Va.:

Accepting your conclusion that you must soon retire, arrangements


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