War of the Rebellion: Serial 002 Page 0187 OPERATIONS IN SHENANDOAH VALLEY.

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Numbers 12. Abstract from monthly report of Brigadier General Joseph E. Johnston's division, or Army or the Shenandoah (C. S. A.), for June 30, 1861.

PRESENT FOR DUTY.

Infantry. Cavalry.

Commanding Troops. Officers. Men. Officers. Men.

officer.

Colonel First 128 2,043 --- ---

Jackson brigade

Colonel F. Second 155 2,391 --- ---

S. Bartow brigade

Brigadier-General Bee Third 161 2,629 --- ---

brigade

Colonel A. Fourth 156 2,106 --- ---

Elzey brigade

Colonel J. First --- --- 21 313

E. B. Stuart Virginia

Cavalry

Colonel A. Virginia 14 227 --- ---

C. Cummings Volunteers

Total 614 9,396 21 313

PRESENT OF DUTY. Artillery.

Commanding Troops. Officers. Men.

officer.

Colonel First 4 81

Jackson brigade

Colonel F. Second 3 59

S. Bartow brigade

Brigadier-General Bee Third 4 78

brigade

Colonel A. Fourth 4 45

Elzey brigade

Colonel J. First --- ---

E. B. Stuart Virginia

Cavalry

Colonel A. Virginia --- ---

C. Cummings Volunteers

Total 15 263

Aggregate present for duty.

General staff................... 32

Infantry........................ 10,010

Cavalry......................... 334

Artillery....................... 278

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10, 654

Numbers 13. Abstract from return of the Department of Pennsylvania, commanded by Major-General Patterson, June 28, 1861.

PRESENT FOR DUTY.

Infantry. Cavalry.

Commanding Troops. Officers. Men. Officers. Men.

officer.

Bvt. Major First 322 6,637 11 307

General Geo. division

Cadwalader

Major Second 322 6,410 3 74

General W. division

H. Keim

Total 644 13,047 14 381

PRESENT FOR DUTY.

Artillery.

Commanding Troops. Officers. Men.

officer.

Bvt. Major First 7 251

General Geo. division

Cadwalader

Major Second --- ---

General W. division

H. Keim

Total 7 251

Aggregate present for duty.*

Infantry.............. 13,691

Cavalry............... 395

Artillery............. 258

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14,344

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*With the exception of the Fourth Connecticut Infantry, four companies of United States cavalry, and three companies of United States artillery, this force was composed entirely of three months' troops.

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