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Abstract from consolidated morning report of the Army of the Potomac, Major General Ambrose E. Burnside commanding, for January 20, 1863; headquarters camp near Falmouth, Va.

Present for duty

Command Offic Men Aggrega Aggrega Aggrega

ers te te te last

present present return

and

absent

General and staff 63 2 65 65 65

Escort to 6 134 154 215 215

headquarters,

Captain

J. B. McIntyre*

Provost guard, 163 2,718 3,395 4,633 4,244

Brigadier General

M. R. Patrick

Regular Engineer 2 397 434 491 491

Battalion,

Lieutenant Charles

E. Cross

Volunteer Engineer 28 515 661 2,114 2,095

Brigade, Brigadier

General

D. P. Woodbury

Chief 31 437 609 686 405

quartermaster,

Brigadier General

R. Ingalls

United States 28 82 145 201 229

Signal Corps,

Captain S. T.

Cushing

Artillery Reserve, 53 1,407 1,651 1,866 1,559

Captain G. A. De

Russy

Right Grand 1,844 33,727 43,897 65,755 66,634

Division, Major

General E. V.

Sumner

Center Grand 1,839 34,196 42,485 62,826 64,671

Division, Major

General Joseph

Hooker

Left Grand 2,235 41,853 52,233 73,301 72,855

Division, Major

General W. B.

Franklin

Grand Reserve 1,577 29,179 35,345 48,470 25,090

Division, Major

General Franz

Sigel

Defenses of 2,109 43,230 62,388 69,475 70,465

Washington, Major

General S. P.

Heintzelman

Defenses of Upper - - - - 7,596

Potomac, Major

General

G. W. Morell+

Twelfth Corps, - - - - 22,740

Major General

H. W. Slocum++

16th Pennsylvania - - - - 1,108

Cavalry, Colonel

J. I. Gregg&

Total 9,978 187,877 243,462 330,098 340,462

Present for duty equipped.

Infantry Cavalry Artillery

Command Pie- Offic Men Off Men Off Men

ces ers ice ice

of rs rs

artil

lery

General and - - - - - - -

staff

Escort to - - - 6 134 - -

headquar-

ters,

Captain

J. B.

McIntyre*

Provost - 137 1,995 20 663 - -

guard,

Brigadier

General

M. R.

Patrick

Regular - 2 397 - - - -

Engineer

Battalion,

Lieutenant

Charles

E. Cross

Volunteer - 28 515 - - - -

Engineer

Brigade,

Brigadier

General

D. P.

Woodbury

Chief - - - 19 425 - -

quarter-

master,

Brigadier

General

R. Ingalls

United - - - - - - -

States

Signal

Corps,

Captain

S. T.

Cushing

Artillery 64 4 89 - - 49 1,318

Reserve,

Captain

G. A. De

Russy

Right Grand 98 1,547 28,144 158 3,168 50 2,000

Division,

Major

General E. V

Sumner

Center 102 1,625 29,423 96 2,178 63 1,992

Grand

Division,

Major

General

Joseph

Hooker

Left Grand 118 1,936 35,235 172 3,270 74 2,411

Division,

Major

General

W. BFranklin

Grand 76 1,341 25,129 140 2,417 40 1,436

Reserve

Division,

Major

General

Franz Sigel

Defenses of 638 1,016 21,667 47 458 357 8,380

Washington,

Major

General S. P

Heintzelman

Defenses of - - - - - - -

Upper

Potomac,

Major

General

G. WMorell+

Twelfth - - - - - - -

Corps,

Major

General

H. WSlocum++

16th - - - - - - -

Pennsyl-

vania

Cavalry,

Colonel

J. I.

Gregg&

Total 1,096 7,636 142,594 658 12,713 633 17,537

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*Report of the 10th instant.

+No report received from this command since December 10, 1862.

++Included in Major-General Sigel's report and attached to his command.

&Assigned to Brigadier General W. W. Averell's command.

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