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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 29, Part 2 (Bristoe, Mine Run)
Page 783 Chapter XLI. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.- CONFEDERATE.

Troops in the Department of Richmond, Major General Arnold Alzey, C. S. Army, commanding, October 10, 1863.

Hunton's Brigade.

Brigadier General E. HUNTON.

8th Virginia, Captain Henry C. Bowie.

18th Virginia, Captain Henry T. Owen.

19th Virginia, Captain J. G. Woodson.

28th Virginia, Captain W. L. Wingfield.

56th Virginia, Captain John Richardson.

Holcombe (South Carolina) Legion, Colonel W. P. Shingler.

32nd Virginia Cavalry Battalion, Major J. R. Robertson.

Artillery Battalion.*

Major A. W. STARK.

Alexandria (Virginia) Artillery, Captain D. L. Smooth.

McComas (Virginia) Artillery, Captain D. A. French.

Matthews (Virginia) Artillery, Captain A. D. Armistead.

Detached Cavalry.

42nd Virginia Cavalry Battalion, Lieutenant Colonel W. T. Robins.

Chaffin's Bluff.

Lieutenant Colonel J. M. MAURY.

19th Virginia, Companies B and G.

Goochland (Virginia) Artillery, Captain J. Talley.

Lunenburg (Virginia) Artillery, Captain C. T. Allen.

Pamunkey (Virginia) Artillery, Captain A. J. Jones.

Howitzer (Virginia) Battery, Captain E. R. Young.

Kemper's Brigade.

Colonel W. R. TERRY.

1st Virginia, Lieutenant Colonel F. H. Langley.

3rd Virginia, Major W. H. Pryor.

7th Virginia, Colonel C. C. Flowerree.

11th Virginia, Captain R. W. Douthat.

24th Virginia, Lieutenant Colonel R. L. Maury.

Claytor's (Virginia) Battery, Captain R. B. Claytor.

Richmond Defenses.

Colonel T. S. RHETT.

10th Virginia Heavy Artillery Battalion,+ Major J. O. Hensley.

18th Virginia Heavy Artillery Battalion,++ Major M. B. Hardin.

19th Virginia Heavy Artillery Battalion,+ Major N. R. Cary.

20th Virginia Heavy Artillery Battalion,++ Major J. E. Robertson.

Caroline (Virginia) Artillery, Captain T. R. Thornton.

2nd Nelson (Virginia) Artillery, Captain J. H. Rives.

Surry (Virginia) Artillery, Captain J. D. Hankins.

Drewry's Bluff.

Major F. W. SMITH.

Johnston (Virginia) Artillery, Captain B. J. Epes.

Neblett (Virginia) Artillery, Captain W. G. Coleman.

Southside (Virginia) Artillery, Captain J. W. Drewry.

United (Virginia) Artillery, Captain Thomas Kevill.


SPECIAL ORDERS,
HDQRS. DEPT. OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA, Numbers 255.
October 11, 1863.

Brigadier General John Pegram, Provisional Army, C. S., will report to Lieutenant General R. S. Ewell, commanding Second Army Corps, for assignment to the command of the brigade formerly commanded by Brigadier-General Smith.

By command of General Lee:

W. H. TAYLOR,
Assistant Adjutant-General.

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* Attached to Hunton's command at Chaffin's Farm.

+ First Division, Inner Line, Lieutenant Colonel J. W. Atkinson commanding.

++Second division, Inner Line, Lieutenant Colonel James Howard commanding.

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