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Abstract from consolidated morning report of the Army of the Potomac, &c.-Continued.

Present for duty equipped

Infantry Cavalry

Command Officers Men Officers

General and staff ..... ..... .....

Oneida Cavalry

Company, Captain D.

P. Mann ..... ...... 2

Provost-guard,

Brigadier General 148 2,076 .....

M. R. Patrick

Regular Engineer

Battalion,

Lieutenant Charles 2 360 .....

E. Cross

Volunteer Engineer

Brigade, Brigadier

General D. P. 31 802 .....

Woodbury

U. S. Signal Corps,

Captain Charles S.

Kendall ..... ..... .....

Artillery Reserve,

Captain G. A. De 4 92

Russy

First Corps,

Brigadier General 881 14,171 5

J. S. Wadsworth

Second Corps, Major

General D. N. Conch 870 13,801 4

Third Corps,

Brigadier General 898 15,266 .....

D. E. Sickles

Fifth Corps, Major

General George G. 763 13,836 .....

Meade

Sixth Corps, Major

General John 1,092 18,633 3

Sedgwick

Eleventh Corps,

Brigadier General

A. von Steinwehr 587 11,909 3

Twelfth Corps, Major

General H. W. 615 11,205 9

Slocum

Cavalry Corps,

Brigadier General ..... ..... 379

George Stoneman

First Massachusetts

Cavalry (Company F),

Captain T. L. ..... ..... .....

Motley

Total 5,891 102,151 405

Cavalry Artillery

Command Men Officers Men

General and staff ..... ..... .....

Oneida Cavalry

Company, Captain D.

P. Mann 35 ..... .....

Provost-guard,

Brigadier General ..... ..... .....

M. R. Patrick

Regular Engineer

Battalion,

Lieutenant Charles ..... ..... .....

E. Cross

Volunteer Engineer

Brigade, Brigadier

General D. P. .....

Woodbury

U. S. Signal Corps,

Captain Charles S.

Kendall ..... ..... .....

Artillery Reserve,

Captain G. A. De 38 1,094

Russy

First Corps,

Brigadier General 150 28 999

J. S. Wadsworth

Second Corps, Major

General D. N. Conch 7 19 905

Third Corps,

Brigadier General ..... 34 1,155

D. E. Sickles

Fifth Corps, Major

General George G. ..... 20 816

Meade

Sixth Corps, Major

General John 103 33 1,204

Sedgwick

Eleventh Corps,

Brigadier General

A. von Steinwehr 2 23 855

Twelfth Corps, Major

General H. W. 180 12 590

Slocum

Cavalry Corps,

Brigadier General 8,325 45 459

George Stoneman

First Massachusetts

Cavalry (Company F),

Captain T. L. ..... ..... .....

Motley

Total 8,802 252 8,077

Abstract from return of the Department of Washington, Major General Samuel P. Heintzelman, U. S. Army, commanding, for February 28, 1863.

Present for duty

Command Officers Men Aggregate Aggregate

present present

and

absent

General

headquarters 15 35 50 56

District of

Alexandria* 143 2,871 8,112 8,622

Artillery

defenses of

Alexandria 135 2,424 3,014 3,472

Artillery

Brigade

(Cogswell's) 71 1,588 2,122 2,886

Abercrombie's

division+ 266 5,946 7,083 8,940

Casey's

division 356 7,093 9,110 10,862

Provisional

Brigade 35 476 603 869

Cavalry 221 3,990 4,977 5,915

Pennsylvania

Reserves> 147 4,013 4,856 7,625

District of

Washington 177 3,173 4,247 5,116

Artillery camp

of instruction 33 905 1,055 1,140

Defenses north

of the Potomac 256 5,733 7,389 8,333

Corps of

observation 137 3,056 3,693 4,165

Railway

Brigade 30 707 878 914

Fort

Washington, Md 4 87 118 118

Total& 2,026 42,097 57,307 69,033

Pieces of artillery

Command Aggregate last Heavy Field

return

General

headquarters 58 ....... .......

District of

Alexandria* 10,530 ....... .......

Artillery

defenses of

Alexandria 3,538 219 20

Artillery

Brigade

(Cogswell's) 2,890 89 17

Abercrombie's

division+ 11,645 ....... 12

Casey's

division 12,996 ....... 24

Provisional

Brigade ....... ........ ......

Cavalry 5,936 ........ .......

Pennsylvania

Reserves> ....... ........ .......

District of

Washington 4,300 ......... .......

Artillery camp

of instruction 1,145 ....... 40

Defenses north

of the Potomac 8,359 248 78

Corps of

observation 4,128 ........ 6

Railway Brigade 916 ........ .......

Fort

Washington, Md 119 70 3

Total& 66,560 626 200

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*Including camps for convalescents, paroled, and exchanged prisoners, and stragglers.

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+Including Provisional Brigade. The One hundred and eighteenth, One hundred and fifty-second, and One hundred and fifty-ninth New York transferred to District of Washington.

>Transferred from Army of the Potomac

&The One hundred and thirty-fifth, One hundred and forty-third, One hundred and forty-ninth, One hundred and fiftieth, and One hundred and fifty-first Pennsylvania transferred to Army of the Potomac.