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McCandless, joined the division at Warrenton, and that Colonel McCandless was severely wounded in the action of the 30th.

Respectfully submitted.

JNO. F. REYNOLDS,

Brigadier-General of Volunteers, Commanding Division.

Colonel SCHRIVER,

Chief of Staff, Third Army Corps.

Field Return of Reynolds' division, Pennsylvania Reserves, Fairfax Court-House, Va., September 2, 1862.

Command. Officers Men. Total.

1st Brigade 69 1,271 1,340

2nd Brigade 58 1,265 1,323

3rd Brigade 47 944 991

Artillery 10 383 393

Total 184 3,863 4,047

Report of killed, wounded, and missing in the engagements of 28th, 29th, and 30th of August, of Reynolds' division, Pennsylvania Reserves.*

Command. Killed Wounded Missing Total

1st Brigade (Meade) 12 92 93 197

2nd Brigade 13 82 27 122

(Seymour)

3rd Brigade 37 127 76 240

(Jackson)

Artillery 9 50 19 78

Total 71 351 215 *637

JNO. F. REYNOLDS,

Brigadier-General Volunteers, Commanding Division.

CAMP ON COLUMBIA PIKE, September 3, 1862.

Numbers 42. Report of Brigadier General George G. Meade, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade, of operations August 21-September 4, including battles of Groveton and Bull Run.

HDQRS. FIRST Brigadier, REYNOLDS' DIV., P. R. V. C.,

Camp near Munson's Hill, Va., September 5, 1862.

CAPTAIN: I have to submit the following report of the operations of my command since leaving Fredericksburg on the night of August 21:

On that night at 10 p.m. the brigade was put in motion from its camp, beyond Falmouth, on the road to Barnett's Ford. No transportation ex-

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*But see revised statement, p. 256.

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