Numbers 49.-Brigadier General Winfield S. Hancock, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade.
Numbers 50.-Colonel Hiram Burnham, Sixth Maine Infantry.
Numbers 51.-Colonel Edwin C. Mason, Seventh Maine Infantry.
Numbers 52.-Colonel Robert F. Taylor, Thirty-third New York Infantry.
Numbers 53.-Colonel William H. Irwin, Forty-ninth Pennsylvania Infantry.
Numbers 54.-Colonel Amasa Cobb, Fifth Wisconsin Infantry.
Numbers 55.-Brigadier General W. T. H. Brooks, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade.
Numbers 56.-Brigadier General Silas Casey, U. S. Army, commanding Third Division.
Numbers 57.-Brigadier General Henry M. Naglee, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade.
Numbers 58.-Brigadier General William H. Keim, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade.
Numbers 59.-Brigadier General Innis N. Palmer, U. S. Army, commanding Third Brigade.
Numbers 60.-Major General James Longstreet, C. S. Army, commanding Second Corps, with congratulatory order from General Joseph E. Johnston, C. S. Army.
Numbers 61.-Return of Casualties in the Confederate forces.
Numbers 62.-Brigadier General J. E. B. Stuart, C. S. Army, commanding Cavalry Brigade.
Numbers 63.-Captain John Pelham, commanding Stuart Horse Artillery.
Numbers 64.-Brigadier General Ambrose P. Hill, C. S. Army, commanding First Brigade, Second Division.
Numbers 65.-Colonel M. D. Corse, Seventeenth Virginia Infantry.
Numbers 66.-Brigadier General R. H. Anderson, C. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade.
Numbers 67.-Colonel M. Jenkins, Palmetto Sharpshooters, commanding Second Brigade.
Numbers 68.-Brigadier General George E. Pickett, C. S. Army, commanding Third Brigade.
Numbers 69.-Brigadier General Roger A. Pryor, C. S. Army, commanding brigade.
Numbers 70.-Brigadier General Cadmus M. Wilcox, C. S. Army, commanding brigade.
Numbers 71.-Colonel Samuel Henry, Ninth Alabama Infantry.
Numbers 72.-Colonel J. J. Woodward, Tenth Alabama Infantry, of operations May 4-5.
Numbers 73.-Lieutenant Colonel L. Q. C. Lamar, Nineteenth Mississippi Infantry.
Numbers 74.-Major General Daniel H. Hill, C. S. Army, commanding division, of operations April 6-May 9.
Numbers 75.-Brigadier General Jubal A. Early, C. S. Army, commanding brigade.
Numbers 76.-Colonel D. K. McRae, Fifth North Carolina Infantry, commanding brigade.
Numbers 77.-Major Daniel H. Christie, Twenty-third North Carolina Infantry.
Numbers 78.-Lieutenant Colonel Powhatan B. Whittle, Thirty-eighth Virginia Infantry.
Numbers 1. Reports of Major General George B. McClellan,
U. S. Army, commanding Army of the Potomac.*
BIVOUAC FRONT OF WILLIAMSBURG, May 5, 1862-10 p. m.
After arranging for movement up York River I was urgently sent for here. I find Joe Johnston in front of me in strong force, probably greater a good deal than my own, and very strongly intrenched. Hancock has taken two redoubts and repulsed Early's brigade by a real charge with the bayonet, taking 1 colonel and 150 prisoners, killing at least 2 colonels and as many lieutenant colonels and many privates. His conduct was brilliant in the extreme. I do not know our exact loss, but fear Hooker has lost considerably on our left.
I learn from prisoners that they intend disputing every step to Richmond. I shall run the risk of at least holding them in check here while I resume the original plan. My entire force is undoubtedly con-
*See also his general report, pp. 19-23.