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FOURTH DIVISION.

Brigadier General HENRY W. WESSELLS.

First Brigade.

Brigadier General LEWIS C. HUNT.

85th New York.

92nd New York.

96th New York.

101st Pennsylvania.

103rd Pennsylvania.

Second Brigade.

Brigadier General THOMAS G. STEVENSON.

10th Connecticut.*

24th Massachusetts.*

44th Massachusetts.

5th Rhode Island.

FIFTH DIVISION.

Brigadier General HENRY PRINCE.

First Brigade.

Brigadier General F. B. SPINOLA.

158th Pennsylvania.

168th Pennsylvania.

171st Pennsylvania.

175th Pennsylvania.

Second Brigade.

Colonel JAMES JOURDAN.

3rd Massachusetts.

8th Massachusetts.

132nd New York.

158th New York.

ARTILLERY.

Brigadier General J. H. LEDLIE.

3rd New York (twelve companies).

23rd New York Battery.

24th New York Battery.

1st Rhode Island, Battery F.

1st U. S., Battery C.

UNATTACHED.

3rd New York Cavalry, Colonel S. H. Mix.

1st North Carolina (Union).

WAR DEPARTMENT,

Washington, May 1, 1863-1 p. m.

Major-General DIX, Fort Monroe, Va.:

We find it impossible to send you another regiment now. Every available man is employed. I think the siege of Suffolk will very soon be raised.

H. W. HALLECK,

General-in-Chief.

MAY 1, 1863-7.30 p. m.

Major-General PECK, Suffolk, Va.:

Hood's and Pickett's divisions, of Longstreet's corps, are in our front; so reported by deserters and prisoners captured to-day. This will leave nothing of Longstreet's command in your front but Ransom, if he is there.

DANL. BUTTERFIELD,

Major-General, Chief of Staff.

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*The larger portion of regiment detached in the Department of the South.

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