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SIXTH ARMY CORPS.

FIRST DIVISION.

First Brigade.*

Brigadier General GEORGE W. TAYLOR.

1st New Jersey.

2nd New Jersey.

3rd New Jersey.

4th New Jersey.

NINTH ARMY CORPS.

FIRST DIVISION.

Brigadier General ISAAC I. STEVENS.+

First Brigade.

Colonel BENJAMIN C. CHRIST.

8th Michigan.

50th Pennsylvania.

Second Brigade.

Colonel DANIEL LEASURE.

46th New York.

100th Pennsylvania.

Third Brigade.

Colonel ADDISON FARNSWORTH.>

28th Massachusestts.

79th New York.

Artillery.

Massachusetts Light Artillery, 8th Battery.

2nd U. S. Artillery, Battery E.

SECOND DIVISION.

Major General JESSE L. RENO.@

First Brigade.

Colonel BENJAMIN NAGLE.

2nd Maryland.

6th New Hampshire.

48th Pennsylvania.

Second Brigade.

Colonel EDWARD FERRERO.

21st Massachusetts.

51st New York.

51st Pennsylvania.

KANAWHA DIVISION (detachment).

11th Ohio.

12th Ohio.

30th Ohio.

36th Ohio.

HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF VIRGINIA,

Camp near Cedar Mountain, August 17, 1862.

(Received 9.25 a. m.)

Major General H. W. HALLECK:

I need 1,500 cavalry horses as soon as they can be sent. Our cavalry is much broken down, their horses not having been fit for anything from the beginning. Will your order them sent immediately?

The proper papers will go forward.

JNO. POPE,

Major-General, Commanding.

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*No other troops of the Sixth Corps were in action during this campaign.

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+Killed September 1.

>Wounded August 30.

@Also in command of all the troops of the Ninth Corps with Pope's army.