Brigadier General CHARLES A. HECKMAN.
3rd Massachusetts, Colonel Silas P. Richmond.
8th Massachusetts, Colonel Fred. J. Coffin.
23rd Massachusetts, Major John G. Chambers.
9th New Jersey, Major Abram Zabriskie.
Brigadier General JAMES H. LEDLIE.
3rd New York (eleven companies), Major H. M. Stone.
23rd New York Battery, Captain A. Ransom.
24th New York Battery, Captain J. E. Lee.
1st Rhode Island, Battery F, Captain J. Belger.
1st U. S., Battery C, Lieutenant C. Hook.
Third New York, Colonel S. H. MIX.
DETACHMENT FOURTH ARMY CORPS.
Brigadier General HENRY M. NAGLEE.
11th Maine, Colonel H. M. Plaisted.
56th New York, Lieutenant Colonel J. J. Wheeler.
81st New York, Colonel J. J. De Forest.
98th New York, Colonel Charles Durkee.
100th New York, Colonel George B. Dandy.
Independent New York Battalion, Lieutenant Colonel Felix Comfort.
52nd Pennsylvania, Colonel John C. Dodge.
104th Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel T. D. Hart.
HEADQUARTERS FIRST BRIGADE,
Morehead City, N. C., January 1, 1863.
Lieutenant Colonel D. T. VAN BUREN, Fortress Monroe:
COLONEL: I would respectfully report the arrival at this port of the steamer Cahawba, with the Eleventh Maine and Ninety-eighth New York. We found entering the harbor just before us the Kennebec, with the Eighty-first New York, and that the Belvidere had discharged the One hundredth New York. Off Hatteras we parted our hawser and left the ship Montebello. Soon thereafter the wind shifted to the west and afterward to the northwest, which will insure her prompt arrival. The two monitors behaved admirably, and although we had quite a heavy blow they stood it with no apparent difficulty. At daylight of the 31st, when we saw them last, the storm had abated and the indications were all very favorable.
I have to report to General Foster at 1 p. m.
Very respectfully, &c.,
HENRY M. NAGLEE,
FORT MONROE, VA., January 1, 1863.
General VIELE, Norfolk:
I learn that a leading citizen of Norfolk has been trying to incite the soldiers of the Ninety-ninth New York to murder negroes. If there is such a feeling existing the procession which is to take place to-day must be watched and, if necessary, stopped, not only on account of the feeling referred to but for the security of the negroes themselves.
JOHN A. DIX,
* First Brigade, Peck's division.