August 24-25, 1862.-Actions at Waterloo Bridge.
25, 1862.-Skirmish at Sulphur Springs.
26, 1862.-Capture of Manassas Station.
Skirmishes at Bristoe Station, Bull Run Bridge, Geinesville, Hay Market, Manassas Junction, and Sulphur Springs.
27, 1862.-Action at Bull Run Bridge.
Engagement at Kettle Run, near Bristoe Station.
Skirmish at Buckland Bridge (Broad Run).
Skirmish near Salem.
Skirmish at Waterford.
28, 1862.-Engagement at Thoroughfare Gap.
Engagement near Gainesville.
Skirmishes at Centreville, Lewis' Ford, and Hay Market.
29, 1862.-Battle of Groveton, or Manassas Plains.
30, 1862.-Battle of Bull Run, Groveton Heights, or Second Manassas.
Skirmishes at Lewis' Ford and Waterloo Bridge.
31, 1862.-Operations about Centreville and Chantilly.
Skirmish at Germantown.
Sept. 1, 1862.-Battle of Chantilly, or Ox Hill.
2, 1862.-Skirmishers near Fairfax Court-House, Falls Church, and Vienna Affair at Flint Hill.
Skirmish near Leesburg.
Winchester evacuated by the Union forces.
The Army of Virginia merged into the Army of the Potomac, under command of Major General George B. McClellan, U. S. Army.
ARMY OF VIRGINIA.
Numbers 1.-Return of Casualties in the Union forces, commanded by Major General John Pope, during the operations August 16-September 2, 1862, inclusive.
Numbers 2.-Major General Franz Sigel, U. S. Army, commanding First Corps, Army of Virginia, of operations along the Rappahannock and the battles of Groveton and Bull Run.
Numbers 3.-Colonel John Beardsley, Ninth New York Cavalry, commanding Cavalry Brigade, of operations August 10-September 5.
Numbers 4.-Lieutenant Colonel Charles Wetschky, First Maryland Cavalry, of operations August 21-September 3.
Numbers 5.-Lieutenant Colonel Ferries Nazer, Fourth New York Cavalry, of the battle of Bull Run.
Numbers 6.-Major Charles McLean Knox, Ninth New York Cavalry, of operations August 18-September 2.
Numbers 7.-Colonel William R. Lloyd, Sixth Ohio Cavalry, of operations August 21-September 3.
Numbers 8.-Brigadier General Robert C. Schenck, U. S. Army, commanding First Division, of the battles of Groveton and Bull Run.
Numbers 9.-Brigadier General Julius Stahel, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade and First Division, of the battles of Groveton and Bull Run.
Numbers 10.-Colonel Nathaniel C. McLean, Seventy-fifth Ohio Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of the battles of Groveton and Bull Run.
Numbers 1.-Colonel William P. Richardson, Twenty-fifth Ohio Infantry, of operations August 21-31.
Numbers 12.-Colonel John C. Lee, Fifty-fifth Ohio Infantry, of the battle of Bull Run
*See also general reports, pp. 4-93.