Major A. R. COURTNEY.
Charlottesville (Virginia) Artillery (Carrington's battery).
Chesapeake (Maryland) Artillery (Brown's battey).
Courtney (Virginia) Artillery (Latimer's battery).
Johnson's (Virginia) battery.
Louisiana Guard Artillery (D'Aquin's battery).
First Maryland Battery (Dement's battery).
Staunton (Virginia) Artillery (Balthis' battery).
HILL'S LIGHT DIVISION.
Major General AMBROSE P. HILL.
Brigadier General L. O'B. BRANCH.
Colonel JAMES H. LANE.
7th North Carolina.
18th North Carolina, Lieutenant-Colonel Purdie.
28th North Carolina.
33rd North Carolina.
Brigadier General MAXCY GREGG.
1st South Carolina (Provisional Army), Major E. McCrady jr., Colonel D. H. Hamilton.
1st South Carolina Rifles, Lieutenant Colonel James M Perrin.
12th South Carolina, Colonel Dixon Barnes, Lieutenant Colonel C. Jones, and Major W. H. McCorkle.
13th South Carolina, Colonel O. E. Edwards.
14th South Carolina, Lieutenant Colonel W. D. Simpson.
22nd Virginia Battalion.
Brigadier General J. J. ARCHER.
Colonel PETER TURNEY.
5th Alabama Battalion, Captain Hooper.
19th Georgia, Major J. H. Neal and Captain F. M. Johnston.
1st Tennessee (Provisional Army), Colonel Peter Turney.
7th Tennessee, Major S. G. Shepard, and Lieutenant G. A. Howard.
14th Tennessee, Lieutenant Colonel J. W. Lockert.
Brigadier General WILLIAM D. PENDER.
Colonel R. H. BREWER.
16th North Carolina, Lieutenant-Colonel Stowe.
22nd North Carolina, Major C. C. Cole.
34th North Carolina.
38th North Carolina.
Colonel EDWARD L. THOMAS.
14th Georgia, Colonel R. W. Folsom.
45th Georgia, Major W. L. GRICE.
49th Georgia, Lieutenant Colonel S. M. Maunning.
Major R. L. WALKER.
Branch (North Carolina) Artillery (A. C. Latham's battery).
Crenshaw's (Virginia) battery.
Fredericksburg (Virginia) Artillery (Braxton's battery).
Letcher (Virginia) Artillery (Davidson's battery).
Middlesex (Virginia) Artillery (Fleet's battery).
Pee Dee (South Carolina) Artillery (McIntosh's battery).
Purcell (Virginia) Artillery (Pegram's battery).
*The Charlottesville Artillery, left at Richmond in August, did not rejoin the Army till after the battle of Sharpsburg. John R. Johnson's and D'Aquin's batteries were the only ones present with this division at Sharpsburg, the others having been left at Harper's Ferry and Shepherdstown.
#Braxton's, Crenshaw's, McIntosh's, and Pegram's batteries engaged at Sharpsburg. Davidson's battery had been left at Harper's Ferry, and Fleet's and Latham's batteries at Leesburg.