War of the Rebellion: Serial 013 Page 0034 THE PENINSULAR CAMPAIGN, VA. Chapter XXIII.

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Organization of Troops and Return of Casualties in the Army of the Potomac during the operations before Richmond, Va., June 25-July 2, 1862, inclusive-Continued.

Captured

Killed. Wounded. or missing.

Offi Enli Offi Enli Offi Enli Agg

Command. cers sted cers sted cers sted rega Remarks

men. men. men. te. .

Maryland

Light --- 2 1 17 --- --- 20

Artillery,

Battery B.

Total

Fourth --- 2 2 20 --- 1 25

Brigade.

Fifth

Brigade.

Captain

J. HOWARD

CARLISLE.

2nd U. S.

Artillery, --- 2 --- 2 --- --- 4

Battery E.

3rd U. S.

Artillery, --- --- --- 2 --- --- 2

Batteries

F.

Total

Fifth --- 2 --- 4 --- --- 6

Brigade.

Unattached

1st New

York Light --- --- 1 5 --- --- 6

Artillery,

Battery

G.*

New York

Artillery, --- --- --- 1 --- --- 1

5th

Battery.+

Total --- --- 1 6 --- --- 7

unattached

Total

Artillery --- 15 4 75 --- 13 107

Reserve.

Siege

Train.

Colonel

ROBERT O.

TYLER.

1st

Connecti- --- 2 --- 4 2 27 35

cut Heavy

Artillery.

Total 3, 2, 7,

Fifth Army 56 939 194 611 101 700 601

Corps.

SIXTH ARMY

CORPS.

Brigadier

General

WM. B.

FRANKLIN.

FIRST

DIVISION.

Brigadier

General

HENRY W.

SLOCUM.

First

Brigade.

Brigadier

General

GEORGE W.

TAYLOR.

1st New 1 20 5 80 1 57 164

Jersey.

2nd New 2 13 3 53 1 42 114

Jersey.

3rd New 2 33 5 131 1 43 215

Jersey.

4th New 1 44 7 96 22 415 585

Jersey.

Total 1,

First 6 110 20 360 25 557 078

Brigade.

Second

Brigade.

Colonel

JOSEPH J.

BARTLETT.

5th Maine. 1 8 5 44 2 9 69

16th New 1 34 8 173 --- 12 228

York.

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*Temporarily assigned July 1 from Second Corps.

+Not mounted; officers and men serving with other batteries.

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