War of the Rebellion: Serial 031 Page 0039 Chapter XXXIII. BATTLE OF FREDERICKSBURG, VA.

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DECEMBER 11-15, 1862.-Battle of Fredericksburg, Va.

LIST OF REPORTS.

No. 1.-Major General Henry W. Halleck, U. S. Army, General-in-Chief.

ARMY OF THE POTOMAC

No. 2.-Organization of the Union forces, December 11-15.

No. 3.-Major General Ambrose E. Burnside, U. S. Army, commanding Army of the Potomac, of operations November 9, 1862-January 25, 1863, with congratulatory message from the President.

No. 4.-Return of Casualties in the Union forces.

No. 5.-Brigadier General Rufus Ingalls, U. S. Army, Chief Quartermaster, of operations November 9, 1862-January 25, 1863.

No. 6.-Captain Samuel T. Cushing, Second U. S. Infantry, Acting Chief

Signal Officer.

No. 7.-Captain Benjamin F. Fisher, Third Pennsylvania Reserves, Acting

Signal Officer.

No. 8.-Lieutenant Samuel Adams, Sixty-sixth New York Infantry, Acting

Signal Officer.

No. 9.-Captain Frederick E. Beardslee, assistant quartermaster, U. S. Army, Acting Signal Officer.

No. 10.-Lieutenant Frederick Fuller, Fifty-second Pennsylvania Infantry, Acting Signal Officer.

No. 11.-Lieutenant Joseph Gloskoski, Twenty-ninth New York Infantry,

Acting Signal Officer.

No. 12.-Captain James S. Hall, Fifty-third Pennsylvania Infantry, Acting

Signal Officer

No. 13.-Lieutenant Edward C. Pierce, Third Maine Infantry, Acting Signal

Officer.

No. 14.-Lieutenant David Wonderly, Third Pennsylvania Reserves, Acting

Signal Officer.

No. 15.-Lieutenant Cyrus B. Comstock, U. S. Corps of Engineers, Chief

Engineers, Chief Engineer.

No. 16.-Lieutenant Charles E. Cross, U. S. Corps of Engineers, commanding

Engineer Battalion.

No. 17.-Brigadier General Daniel P. Woodbury, U. S. Army, commanding Engineer

Brigade.

No. 18.-Captain Henry W. Bowers, Assistant Adjutant-General, U. S. Army.

No. 19.-Major James A. Magruder, Fifteenth New York Engineers.

No. 20.-Major Ira Spaulding, Fiftieth New York Engineers.

No. 21.-Lieutenant Michael H. McGrath, Fiftieth New York Engineers.

No. 22.-Brigadier General Henry J. Hunt, U. S. Army, Chief of Artillery.

No. 23.-Colonel Charles H. Tompkins, First Rhode Island Light Artillery,

commanding Right Center Division.

No. 24.-Captain Charles Kusserow, Battery D, First Battalion New York

Light Artillery.

No. 25.-Lieutenant George W. Norton, Battery H, First Ohio Light Artillery.

No. 26.-Captain Richard Waterman, Battery C, First Rhode Island Light

Artillery.

No. 27.-Captain William M. Graham, Battery K, First U. S. Artillery.

No. 28.-Lieutenant Francis W. Seeley, Battery K, Fourth U. S. Artillery.

No. 29.-Lieutenant David H. Kinzie, Battery K, Fifth U. S. Artillery.

No. 30.-Colonel Robert O. Tyler, First Connecticut Heavy Artillery,

commanding Left Center Division.

No. 31.-Major Thomas S. Trumbull, First Connecticut Heavy Artillery.

No. 32.-Captain Otto Diederichs, Battery A, First Battalion New York

Light Artillery.

No. 33.-Captain Adolph Voegelee, Battery B, First Battalion New York

Light Artillery.

No. 34.-Lieutenant William A. Harn, Third New York Battery.

No. 35.-Captain Jeremiah McCarthy, Battery C, First Pennsylvania

Light Artillery.

No. 36.-Captain Michael Hall, Battery D, First Pennsylvania Light

Artillery.

No. 37.-Lieutenant Colonel William Hays, U. S. Army, additional aide-de-camp,

commanding artillery on the right.