Bvt. Brigadier General W. W. MORRIS.
18th Connecticut (three companies), Colonel William G. Ely.
129th New York, Colonel Peter A. Porter.
150th New York, Colonel John H. Ketcham.
151st New York, Colonel William Emerson.
Purnell Cavalry, Company C, Captain Theodore Clayton.
5th New York Artillery, Colonel S. Graham.
2nd U. S. Artillery, Battery I, Lieutenant Thomas Grey.
5th U. S. Artillery, Battery L, Captain S. F. Chalfin.
LOCKWOOD'S BRIGADE-EASTERN SHORE OF MARYLAND AND VIRGINIA.
Brigadier General H. H. LOCKWOOD.
1st Maryland, Eastern Shore, Colonel James Wallace.
2nd Maryland, Eastern Shore, Lieutenant Colonel Elijah E. Massey.
Independent cavalry company, Captain George W. P. Smith
Purnell Cavalry, Company A, Captain R. E. Duvall.
Abstract from return of the District of Western Virginia, Major General Jacob D. Cox commanding, for January 10, 1863, headquarters Marietta, Ohio.
Command. Officers Men. Aggregate
District staff 10 ---- 10
Escort company, Captain 3 83 94
First Kanawha Division, 167 3,633 4,450
Second Kanawha Division, 134 3,231 3,855
Brigadier General E. P.
Northern Brigade, 159 3,659 4,138
Brigadier General A.
Railroad Division, ---- ----
Brigadier General B. F.
Cheat Mountain Division,
Brigadier General R. H.
Grand total 473 10,606 12,547
Command. Aggrega Aggrega Piec Remarks.
te te last es
present return of
District staff 11 11 --- Marietta,
Escort company, Captain 111 111 --- Do.
First Kanawha Division, 5,276 7,382 10 Charleston,
Brigadier General [W.] Va.
Second Kanawha Division, 4,935 7,562 10 Fayette
Brigadier General E. P. Court-
Northern Brigade, 5,368 --- --- Buckhannon,
Brigadier General A. W. Va.
Railroad Division, ---- 9,197 19 Cumberland,
Brigadier General B. F. Md.
Cheat Mountain Division, ---- 8,811 12
Brigadier General R. H.
Grand total 15,701 33,074 51
HEADQUARTERS CAVALRY DIVISION,
January 11, 1863.
Chief of Staff:
GENERAL: My pickets at King George Court-House part this morning that a negro informed a patrol, near Office Hall, to the front and right of the court-house, that a force of the enemy was crossing the Rappahannock, some distance below our pickets on the river. Colonel Gamble, commanding, states that as soon as he can ascertain definitely the truth or falsity of this report, he will forward the information. Colonel Gamble thinks we should have another regiment on picket below: but as I cannot well spare one, I would respectfully recommend