War of the Rebellion: Serial 012 Page 0279 Chapter XXIII. SIEGE OF YORKTOWN, VA.

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No. 48.-Brigadier General Winfield S. Hancock, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade, Smith's division, of reconnaissance toward Lee's Mill, April 28.

No. 49.-Colonel Hiram Burnham, Sixth Maine Infantry, of reconnaissance toward Lee's Mill April 28.

No. 50.-Colonel Francis L. Vinton, Forty-third New York Infantry, of reconnaissance toward Lee's Mill April 28.

No. 51.-Brigadier General Henry M. Naglee, U. S. Army, of reconnaissance toward Lee's Mill April 29.

No. 52.-Brigadier General Innis N. Palmer, U. S. Army, of reconnaissance toward Lee's Mill April 29.

No. 53.-Brigadier General Charles D. Jameson, U. S. Army, as General of the Trenches, May 3-4, with indorsement.

No. 54.-Colonel Jesse A. Gove, Twenty-second Massachusetts Infantry,of occupation of Yorktown May 4.

No. 55.-Colonel James McQuade, Fourteenth New York Infantry, as General of the (left wing) Trenches, May 3-4.

No. 56.-Colonel Samuel W. Black, Sixty-second Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations May 3-4.

No. 57.-Colonel Amor A. McKnight, One hundred and Fifth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations May 4.

No. 58.-Major General John B. Magruder, C. S. Army, commanding at Yorktown, &c.

No. 59.-Colonel H. C. Cabell, First Virginia Artillery, Chief of Artillery, of actions April 5-16.

No. 60.-Brigadier General Lafayette McLaws. C. S. Army, commanding Second Division, of engagement at Dam No. 1 (Lee's Mill).

No. 61.-Brigadier General Howell Cobb, C. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade, Second Division, of engagement at Dam No. 1 (Lee's Mill).

No. 62.-Captain M. Stanley, commanding Troup Artillery, Cobb's (Georgia) Legion, of engagement at Dam No. 1 (Lee's Mill).

No. 63.-Colonel Goode Bryan, Sixteenth Georgia Infantry, of engagement at Dam No. 1 (Lee's Mill).

No. 64.-Colonel William M. Levy, Second Louisiana Infantry, of engagement at Dam No. 1 (Lee's Mill).

No. 65.-Lieutenant Colonel Ross R. Ihrie, Fifteenth North Carolina Infantry, of engagement at Dam No. 1 (Lee's Mill).

No. 1. Organization of the Army of the Potomac,

commanded by Major General George B. McClellan, during the siege of Yorktown, Va., April 5 to May 4, 1862.

[Compiled from the records of the Adjutant-General's Office.]

AT GENERAL HEADQUARTERS.

Provost Guard.

2nd U. S. Cavalry.

Battalion 8th U. S. Infantry.

Battalion 17th U. S. Infantry.

Guards and Orderlies.

A and E, 4th U. S. Cavalry.

Independent company Oneida Cavalry.

Sturges' Rifles.