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No. 31.-Lieutenant Colonel Henry W. Hudson, Eighty-second New York Infantry.

No. 32.-Brigadier General William W. Burns, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade.

No. 33.-Brigadier General N. J. T. Dana,commanding Third Brigade.

No. 34.-Colonel W. Raymond Lee, Twentieth Massachusetts Infantry.

No. 35.-Colonel Ira R. Grosvenor, Seventh Michigan Infantry.

No. 36.-Major John H. Richardson, Seventh Michigan Infantry.

No. 37.-Brigadier General Samuel P. Heintzelman, U. S. Army, commanding Third and Fourth Corps.

No. 38.-Brigadier General Joseph Hooker, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division, Third Corps.

No. 39.-Brigadier General Cuvier Grover, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade, of operations May 31-June 4.

No. 40.-Brigadier General Daniel E. Sickles, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade.

No. 41.-Major Thomas Holt, Seventieth New York Infantry, of operations May 31-June 5.

No. 42.-Colonel George B. Hall, Seventy-first New York Infantry, of operations June 1-4.

No. 43.-Lieutenant Colonel Henry L. Potter, Seventy-first New York Infantry, of operations Jun 1-2.

No. 44.-Colonel Nelson Taylor, Seventy-second New York Infantry,of operations May 31-June 4.

No. 45.-Major William O. Stevens, Seventy-second New York Infantry, of operations June 2-3.

No. 46.-Cap. Charles B. Elliott, Seventy-third New York Infantry, of operations Jun 1-4.

No. 47.-Colonel Charles K. Graham, Seventy-Fourth New York Infantry, of operations Jun 1-4.

No. 48.-Colonel Samuel H. Starr, Fifth New Jersey Infantry, commanding Third Brigade.

No. 49.-Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Trawin, Eighth New Jersey Infantry, of operations May 31-June 5.

No. 50.-Brigadier General Philip Kearny, U. S. Army, commanding Third Division.

No. 51.-Brigadier General Charles D. Jameson, U. S. Army,commanding First Brigade.

No. 52.-Lieutenant Colonel Richard A. Bachia, Eighty-seventh New York Infantry.

No. 53.-Colonel Charles T. Campbell, Fifty-seventh Pennsylvania Infantry.

No. 54.-Lieutenant Colonel Elhanon W. Woods, Fifty-seventh Pennsylvania Infantry.

No. 55.-Colonel Alexander Hays, Sixty-third Pennsylvania Infantry.

No. 56.-Lieutenant Colonel A. S. M. Morgan, Sixty-third Pennsylvania Infantry.

No. 57.-Colonel Amor A. McKnight, One hundred and fifth Pennsylvania Infantry.

No. 58.-Brigadier General David B. Birney, U. S. Army,commanding Second Brigade.

No. 59.-Colonel J. H. Hobart Ward, Thirty-eighth New York Infantry, commanding Second Brigade.

No. 60.-Colonel Henry G. Staples, Third Maine Infantry.

No. 61.-Colonel Elijah Walker, Fourth Maine Infantry.

No. 62.-Captain William L. Pitcher, Fourth Maine Infantry.

No. 63.-Major William H. Baird, Thirty-eighth New York Infantry.

No. 64.-Lieutenant Colonel Thomas W. Egan, Fortieth New York Infantry.

No. 65.-Brigadier General Hiram G. Berry, U. S. Army, commanding Third Brigade.

No. 66.-Colonel Orlando M. Poe, Second Michigan Infantry.

No. 67.-Lieutenant Colonel Ambrose A. Stevens, Third Michigan Infantry.

No. 68.-Colonel Henry D. Terry, Fifth Michigan Infantry.

No. 69.-Colonel Samuel B. Hayman, Thirty-seventh New York Infantry.

No. 70.-Brigadier General Erasmus D. Keyes, U. S. Army, commanding Fourth Corps.

No. 71.-Brigadier General Darious N. Couch, U. S. Army, commanding First Division.

No. 72.-Major Robert M. West, Chief of Artillery.

No. 73.-Captain Jeremiah McCarthy, Battery C, First Pennsylvania Light Artillery.

No. 74.-Captain Edward H. Flood, Battery D, First Pennsylvania Light Artillery.