War of the Rebellion: Serial 031 Page 0938 OPERATIONS IN N. VA., W. VA., MD, AND PA. Chapter XXXIII.

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Third Brigade.

Brigadier General GEORGE S. GREENE.

78th New York, Major H. C. Blanchard.

102nd New York, Lieutenant Colonel J. C. Lane.

137th New York, Colonel David Ireland.

149th New York, Major Abel G. Cook.

109th Pennsylvania, Col H. J. Stainrook.

111th Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel George A. Cobham.

Artillery.

Major L. KIEFFER.

6th Maine Battery, Lieutenant Edwin Dow.

Pennsylvania Battery E, Captain J. M. Knap.

Pennsylvania Battery F, Captain R. B. Hampton.

Cavalry.

1st Maine, Company M, Captain G. M. Brown.

Abstract from return of the Middle Department and the Eighth Army Corps, Major General Robert C. Schenck commanding, for December 31, 1862; headquarters Baltimore, Md.

Present

for duty

Command. Officers Men. Aggregate

present

Department staff 27

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27

Eastern Shore of Maryland 65 1,132 1,349

and Virginia, Brigadier-

General Lockwood

Philadelphia, Brigadier 10 173 212

General W. R. Montgomery

Baltimore:

Infantry guarding 65 1,124 1,346

Defenses of 2 99 127

Forts Marshall, Federal 71 1,669 1,923

Hill, &c.

Mounted troops in 3 62 77

Other posts and stations:

Point of Rocks 30 479 567

Along Philadelphia, 33 775 814

Wilmington and Baltimore

Railroad.

Annapolis 102 3,766 3,983

Monocacy Bridge. 36 736 899

Relay House and vicinity 32 724 805

Fort Delaware 9 298 412

York, Pa 2 82 88

Northern Central Railroad. ----

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Frederick, Md., Colonel 41 537 693

S. H. Allen

Grand total 528 11,656 13,322

Paroled prisoners# 72 2,903 3,025

Pieces

of artillery

Command. Aggregat Aggregat Heavy Fiel

e e d

present present

and and

absent absent

last

monthly

return.

Department staff 27 31 --- ---

Eastern Shore of Maryland 1,422 1,415 --- ---

and Virginia, Brigadier-

General Lockwood

Philadelphia, Brigadier 407 329 --- ---

General W. R. Montgomery

Baltimore:

Infantry guarding 1,632 2,319 --- ---

Defenses of 134 2,253 ---- ---

Forts Marshall, Federal 2,149 2,284 76 9

Hill, &c.

Mounted troops in 91 934 --- ---

Other posts and stations:

Point of Rocks 762 845 --- ---

Along Philadelphia, 972 985 ---- ---

Wilmington and Baltimore

Railroad.

Annapolis 4,638 7,749 --- ---

Monocacy Bridge. 905 924 --- ---

Relay House and vicinity 823 1,926 --- ---

Fort Delaware 423 428 47 6

York, Pa 89 90 ---- ---

Northern Central Railroad. ---- *1,946 ---- ---

Frederick, Md., Colonel 917 ---- ---- ---

S. H. Allen

Grand total 15,391 24,458 123 15

Paroled prisoners# 3,502 6,734 --- ---

NOTE O RETURN.- No return has yet been received from General Kelley's command, notwithstanding the repeated efforts made to get it. Delay is owing to the fact that his command is so extended and divided along the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, &c.

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*Transferred to Washington.

#Added in grand total on abstract, but not included in total on original return.

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