2nd United States, Battery A, Captain John C. Tidball.
Brigadier General DAVID McM. GREGG.
Colonel JUDSON KILPATRICK.
1st Maine, Colonel Calvin S. Dounty.
2nd New York, Lieutenant Colonel Henry E. Davies, jr.
10th New York, Lieutenant Colonel William Irvine.
Colonel PERCY WYNDHAM.
12th Illinois, Lieutenant Colonel Hasbrouck Davis.
1st Maryland, Lieutenant Colonel James M. Deems.
1st New Jersey, Lieutenant Colonel Virgil Brodrick.
1st Pennsylvania, Colonel John P. Taylor.
REGULAR RESERVE CAVALRY BRIGADE.
Brigadier General JOHN BUFORD.
6th Pennsylvania, Major Robert Morris, jr.
1st United States, Captain R. S. C. Lord.
2nd United States, Major Charles J. Whiting.
5th United States, Captain James E. Harrison.
6th United States, Captain George C. Cram.
Captain JAMES M. ROBERTSON.
2nd United States, Batteries B and L, Lieutenant Albert O. Vincent.
2nd United States, Battery M, Lieutenant Robert Clarke.
4th United States, Battery E, Lieutenant Samuel S. Elder.
Numbers 3. Report of Major General Joseph Hooker, U. S. Army, commanding Army fo the Potomac, with congratulatory orders.
HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE POTOMAC,
May 3, 1863-3.30 p. m.
(Received 4 p. m.)
We have had a desperate fight yesterday and to-day, which has resulted in no success to us, having lost a position of two lines which had been selected for our defense. It is now 1.30 o'clock, and there is still some firing of artillery. We may have another turn at this p. m. I do not despair of success. If Sedgwick could have gotten up, there could have been but one result. As it is impossible for me to know the exact position of Sedgwick as regards his ability to advance and take part in the engagement, I cannot tell when it will end. We will endeavor to do our best. My troops are in good spirits. We have fought desperately to-day. No general ever commanded a more devoted army.
His Excellency A. LINCOLN,
President of the United States.