Brigadier General HENRY J. HUNT.
SECOND BRIGADE HORSE ARTILLERY.
Captain DUNBAR R. RANSOM
1st United States, Batteries E and G, Lieutenant Frank S. French.
1st United States, Batteries H and I, Captain Alanson M. Randol.
1st United States, Battery K, Lieutenant John Egan.
2nd United States, Battery A, Lieutenant Robert Clarke.
2nd United States, Battery G, Lieutenant W. Neil Dennison.
3rd United States, Battery C, F, and K, Lieutenant George F. Barstow.
Lieutenant Colonel FREEMAN MCGILVERY.
15th New York Heavy, 2nd Battalion, Major Julius Dieckmann.
22nd New York Cavalry,+ Colonel Samuel J. Crooks.
Field return of the Army of the Potomac for June 1, 1864.
Present for duty.
Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate.
Second Corps 1,341 26,986 28,327
Fifth Corps 939 18,382 19,321
Sixth Corps 850 19,540 20,390
Ninth Corps 729 17,418 18,147
Cavalry Corps 613 11,807 12,420
Artillery 29 676 705
Dismounted 43 2,674 2,717
Squadron 1st 4 114 118
Squadron 1st 4 110 114
50th New York 5 211 216
U. S. Engineer 5 329 334
Provost-marshal- 63 1,003 1,066
Total 4,625 99,250 103,875
Numbers 4. Reports of Surg. Thomas A. McParlin, U. S. Army, Medical Director, including operations January 14 - July 31.
HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE POTOMAC,
MEDICAL DIRECTOR'S OFFICE,
Camp near Cold Harbor, June 6, 1864.
GENERAL: I have the honor to submit to you the following report of the number of wounded received and cared for by the medical
* All organizations of artillery, excepting those entered under this head, will be found in the rosters of the commands with which they served.
+ At Port Royal, Va.
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