Troops in the Middle Military Department (or Eighth Army Corps), Major General Robert C. Schenck, U. S. Army, commanding, January 31, 1863.
Colonel JOHN F. STAUNTON.
1st Maryland Potomac Home Brigade. Colonel Williams P. Maulsby.
3rd Maryland Potomac Home Brigade, Lieutenant Colonel Charles Gilpin.
Purnell Cavalry, Company B, Captain Thomas H. Watkins.
67th Pennsylvania, Colonel John F. Staunton.
Bvt. Brigadier General WILLIAM W. MORRIS.
1st Connecticut Cavalry (battalion), Captain Charles Farnsworth.
18th Connecticut, Colonel William G. Ely.
Patapsco (Maryland) Guards,* Captain Thomas S. McGowan.
Purnell Cavalry, Company C, Captain Theodore Clayton.
5th New York Heavy Artillery, Lieutenant Colonel Edward Murray.
8th New York Heavy Artillery, Colonel Peter A. Porter.
150th New York, Colonel John H. Ketcham.
151st New York, Colonel William Emerson.
179th Pennsylvania (two companies), Captain Amos Drenkle.
2nd U. S. Artillery, Battery I, Lieutenant Thomas Grey.
5th U. S. Artillery, Battery L, Captain Samuel F. Chalfin.
EASTERN SHORE, MD. AND VA.+
Brigadier General HENRY H. LOCKWOOD.
1st Maryland Eastern Shore, Colonel James Wallace.
2nd Maryland Eastern Shore, Lieutenant Colonel Elijah E. Massey.
Maryland Cavalry (Smith's independent company), Captain G. W. P. Smith.
Purnell Cavalry, Company A, Captain Robert E. Duvall.
Colonel WILLIAM S. TRUEX.
3rd Delaware, Lieutenant Colonel Samuel H. Jenkins.
Purnell Legion, Colonel Samuel A. Graham.
14th New Jersey,++ Lieutenant Colonel Caldwell K. Hall.
Lieutenant Colonel DELAVAN D. PERKINS.
1st Pennsylvania Battery, Captain Stanislaus Mlotkowski.
2nd Pennsylvania Battery, Captain John J. Young.
1st Pennsylvania Marine and Fortification Artillery, Batteries A and B,
Capts. John S. Stevenson and Franz von Schilling.
Brigadier General WILLIAM R. MONTGOMERY.
RELAY HOUSE, MD.
138th Pennsylvania, Colonel Charles L. K. Sumwalt.
*Reported at York, Pa.
+But see General Orders, No. 9, January 26, p. 5.
++Reported at Monocacy Bridge, Md.
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