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& Brothers, of Baltimore, custodians of a pontoon-bridge train, which, under the general's instructions of the 29th ultimo, was placed subject to the order of Brigadier General D. P. Woodbury, commanding Engineer Brigade of the Army of the Potomac, has been taken possession of by Captain W. V. Personius, Fiftieth Regiment New York Volunteers, acting under orders, through Brigadier-General Kelley, from Major-General Schenck.

Messrs. Booz & Brothers understand that the train has been, or is to be, transported to Harper's Ferry.

I am, very respectfully, your most obedient,

JOS. G. TOTTEN,

Brevet Brigadier-General and Colonel of Engineers.

Abstract from consolidated morning report of the Army of the Potomac, Major General Joseph Hooker commanding, for February 10, 1863; headquarters, camp near Falmouth, Va.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

General and staff 22 2 24

Escort to headquarters, 2 71 81

Captain T. L. Motley

Squadron Fourth Cavalry, 6 134 154

Captain J. B. McIntyre.

Provost guard, Brigadier 181 2,941 3,725

General M. R. Patrick

Regular Engineer Battalion, 2 352 418

Lieutenant Charles E.

Cross

Volunteer Engineer Brigade, 33 861 1,063

Brigadier General D. P.

Woodbury

Chief quartermaster, .... ..... .....

Lieutenant Colonel R.

Ingalls*

U. S. Signal Corps, Captain 19 70 123

S. T. Cushing

Artillery Reserve, Captain 48 1,451 1,698

G. A. De Russy

First Corps, Major J. F. 769 13,249 16,794

Reynolds

Second Corps, Major General 888 14,928 31,969

D. N. Couch

Third Corps, Brigadier 992 17,463 22,094

General D. B. Birney

Fifth Corps, Major General 705 14,145 17,869

George G. Meade

Sixth Corps, Major General 1,111 22,256 26,605

John Sedgwick

Eleventh Corps, Major 699 13,387 16,191

General Franz Sigel

Twelfth Corps, Major 664 12,186 15,088

General H. W. Slocum

Cavalry Corps, Brigadier 517 10,593 13,452

General George Stoneman

Right Grand Division, ..... ..... ......

+Major General D. N.

Couch

Left Grand Division, +Major ..... ..... ......

General W. F. Smith

Center Grand Division, ..... ..... ......

+Major General George G.

Meade

Reserve Grand Division, ..... ..... ......

+Major General F. Sigel

Defenses of Washington, ..... ...... ......

+Major General S. P.

Heintzelman

Grand total 6,658 124,089 155,221

Command. Aggregate Aggregate Pieces of

present last artillery.

and return

absent

General and staff 25 63 ......

Escort to headquarters, 101 101 ......

Captain T. L. Motley

Squadron Fourth Cavalry, 215 ..... .....

Captain J. B. McIntyre.

Provost guard, Brigadier 4,927 4,520 .....

General M. R. Patrick

Regular Engineer Battalion, 474 486 .......

Lieutenant Charles E.

Cross

Volunteer Engineer Brigade, 2,103 2,102 ......

Brigadier General D. P.

Woodbury

Chief quartermaster, ..... 687 .......

Lieutenant Colonel R.

Ingalls*

U. S. Signal Corps, Captain 196 202 .......

S. T. Cushing

Artillery Reserve, Captain 1,963 1,886 66

G. A. De Russy

First Corps, Major J. F. 24,781 ...... 50

Reynolds

Second Corps, Major General 31,969 ...... 48

D. N. Couch

Third Corps, Brigadier 30,694 ...... 60

General D. B. Birney

Fifth Corps, Major General 26,980 ....... 42

George G. Meade

Sixth Corps, Major General 35,317 ....... 60

John Sedgwick

Eleventh Corps, Major 21,134 ....... 42

General Franz Sigel

Twelfth Corps, Major 21,860 ....... 34

General H. W. Slocum

Cavalry Corps, Brigadier 17,166 ....... 12

General George Stoneman

Right Grand Division, ..... 64,700 ......

+Major General D. N.

Couch

Left Grand Division, +Major ...... 71,368 .......

General W. F. Smith

Center Grand Division, ...... 62,616 ......

+Major General George G.

Meade

Reserve Grand Division, ........ 47,814 ......

+Major General F. Sigel

Defenses of Washington, ..... 70,205 .......

+Major General S. P.

Heintzelman

Grand total 219,905 326,750 414

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* Included in Brigadier-General Stoneman's report.

+ Grand divisions were broken up February 5, by virtue of General Orders, No. 6., headquarters Army of the Potomac.

++ General Heintzelman's command organized into a new department, and dropped from the returns of the Army of the Potomac.

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