Troops in the Department of Virginia, commanded by Major General John A. Dix, December 20, 1862.
Fort Monroe, Va.
3rd New York Infantry.
Newport News, Va.
69th New York [N. G. A.].
155th New York.
164th New York.
170th New York.
175th New York (detachment).
112th New York.
130th New York.
132th New York.
158th New York.
85th Pennsylvania (battalion of).
1st New York Mounted Rifles.
11th Pennsylvania Cavalry (ten companies.)
7th Massachusetts Battery.
4th U. S. Artillery, Battery D.
4th U. S. Artillery, Battery L.
Camp Hamilton, Va.
139th New York.
11th Pennsylvania Cavalry, Company C.
Roberts' Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery (three companies).
2nd Wisconsin Battery.
4th Wisconsin Battery.
99th New York.
148th New York.
11th Pennsylvania Cavalry, Company M.
7th New York Battery.
56th New York.
81th New York.
98th New York.
100th New York.
Independent Battalion, New York (Enfans Perdus).
6th New York Cavalry (two companies).
5th Pennsylvania Cavalry.
1st New York Light Artillery, Battery F.
1st New York Light Artillery, Battery H.
8th New York Battery.
1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery, Battery E.
1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery, Battery H.
5th U. S. Artillery, Battery M.
85th New York.
92 d New York.
96th New York.
103 d Pennsylvania.
FORT MONROE, December 21, 1862.
Major-General HALLECK, General-in-Chief:
Two sailing vessels have arrived here from New York to take Corcoran's brigade to General Banks. Two more, I learn, are coming.
* NOTE FROM RETURN.-Belongs to the command at Suffolk, but is now on detached service in North Carolina.