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SPECIAL ORDERS,

WAR DEPARTMENT, ADJT. GEN'S OFFICE,

Numbers 337.

Washington, November 10, 1862.

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VII. By direction of the President, Major General J. Hooker, U. S. Volunteers, is assigned to the command of the Fifth Army Corps, in place of Major General Fitz John Porter, U. S. Volunteers, who will immediately report in person to the Adjutant-General of the Army, in this city.

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By order of the Secretary of War:

E. D. TOWNSEND,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

SPECIAL ORDERS,

HDQRS. OF THE ARMY, ADJT. General 'S OFFICE,

Numbers 338.

Washington, November 10, 1862.

I. All officers, of whatever grade, belonging to the Army of the Potomac, will proceed to join their respective commands within twenty-four hours. The penalty of disobedience of this order will be dismissal from the service.

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By command of Major-General Halleck:

E. D. TOWNSEND,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

SPECIAL ORDERS,

HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE POTOMAC.

Numbers 315.

Camp near Warrenton, Va., November 10, 1862.

In pursuance of instructions from the General-in-Chief, Brigadier Gens. C. C. Augur and C. Grover are relieved from further service with this army, and will forthwith repair to Washington and report for duty to Major-General Banks.

By command of Major-General Burnside:

LEWIS RICHMOND,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

Abstract from tri-monthly return of the Army of the Potomac, Major General A. E. Burnside commanding, for November 10, 1862, headquarters near Warrenton, Va.

Present for

duty

Command. Officers Men. Aggregat Aggrega

e te

present present

and

absent.

Headquarters, staff, 219 2,024 2,499 3,315

escorts, &c.,

First Corps, Brigadier 977 16,843 20,518 35,389

General John F.

Reynolds.

Second Corps, Major 885 14,854 18,170 30,305

General D. N. Couch.

Fifth Corps, Major 916 18,157 21,481 31,202

General F. J. Porter

Sixth Corps, Major 1,248 24,731 28,803 38,520

General W. B.

Franklin.

Ninth Corps, Brigadier 628 13,541 16,195 24,687

General O. B. Willcox

Twelfth Corps, 573 10,757 14,864 21,257

Brigadier General H.

W. Slocum.

Division, Brigadier 224 3,885 4,670 6,121

General A. W. Whipple

Division, Brigadier 530 8,746 10,615 15,646

General George

Stoneman

Cavalry and Horse 277 6,035 7,181 11,143

Artillery, Brigadier,

General John Buford.

Defenses Upper 224 4,220 5,445 7,370

Potomac, Major-General

Morell.

Total army in the 6,755 123,793 150,441 224,955

field.

Total Defenses of 3,431 77,558 98,738 114,972

Washington

Grand total 10,186 201,351 249,179 339,927

Pieces of artillery

Heavy Field Aggregate

Command. present and

absent last

return.

Headquarters, staff, _ - 3,348

escorts, &c.,

First Corps, Brigadier - 54 34,774

General John F.

Reynolds.

Second Corps, Major - 48 30,784

General D. N. Couch.

Fifth Corps, Major - 77 30,192

General F. J. Porter

Sixth Corps, Major - 52 38,985

General W. B.

Franklin.

Ninth Corps, Brigadier - 36 25,293

General O. B. Willcox

Twelfth Corps, - 51 21,317

Brigadier General H.

W. Slocum.

Division, Brigadier - 18 6,146

General A. W. Whipple

Division, Brigadier - 16 16,052

General George

Stoneman

Cavalry and Horse - 22 9,295

Artillery, Brigadier,

General John Buford.

Denfenses Upper 8 - 7,370

Potomac, Major-General

Morell.

Total army in the 8 374 223,556

field.

Total Defenses of 526 - 114,585

Washington

Grand total 534 374 338,141