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Abstract from returns of the Department of Washington, Major General Samuel P. Heintzelman, U. S. Army, commanding, for April 30, 1863.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

General headquarters. 15 47 67

District of Alexandria.* 184 2,929 5,673

Casey's division.+ ... ... ...

Provisional brigades. 7 12 19

Abercrombie's division.++ 353 6,693 8,019

Stahel's cavalry 237 3,736 6.364

division.

Defenses South of the 259 5,147 6,409

Potomac.

Pennsylvania Reserves, 76 1,458 1,718

First Brigade.

District of Washington.# 249 4,545 5,593

Artillery Camp of 29 597 707

Instructions.

Defenses North of the 228 5,375 6,612

Potomac.

Corps of Observation 93 1,759 2,010

(near Poolesville, Md)

Railroad Brigade 35 746 889

(Annapolis Junction)

Fort Washington, Md. 5 111 143

Total.// 1,770 33,155 44,223

Pieces of artillery.

Command. Aggregate Heavy. Field.

present

and

absent.

General headquarters. 69 ... ...

District of Alexandria.* 7,261 ... ...

Casey's division.+ ... ... ...

Provisional brigades. 20 ... ...

Abercrombie's division.++ 9,404 ... 24

Stahel's cavalry 7,699 ... 6

division.

Defenses South of the 7,749 298 68

Potomac.

Pennsylvania Reserves, 2,170 ... ...

First Brigade.

District of Washington.# 7,316 140 89

Artillery Camp of 783 ... 28

Instructions.

Defenses North of the 7,510 316 162

Potomac.

Corps of Observation 2,308 ... 6

(near Poolesville, Md)

Railroad Brigade 905 ... ...

(Annapolis Junction)

Fort Washington, Md. 150 70 3

Total.// 53,344 824 386

Abstract from consolidated morning report of Middle Department, Eight Army Corps, Major General Robert C. Schenck, U. S. Army, commanding, for April 30, 1863; headquarters, Baltimore, Md.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

Department staff. 23 ... 23

First Division. 559 12,223 14,977

Second Division. 231 4,747 5,764

Third Division. 187 4,033 5,045

First Separate Brigade. 124 2,224 2,561

Second Separate Brigade. 104 2,251 2,866

Third Separate Brigade. 172 2,940 3,721

Fourth Separate Brigade. 133 2,475 2,975

Post of Annapolis. 24 349 385

Post of Philadelphia. 10 155 226

Fort Delaware. 19 466 718

First Regiment Connecticut 8 74 246

Cavalry.

Total. 1,594 31,937 39,507

Command. Aggregate Aggregate Pieces of

present last artillery.

and return.

absent.

Department staff. 23 36 ...

First Division. 16,696 16,707 63

Second Division. 11,270 11,221 12

Third Division. 5,908 5,865 14

First Separate Brigade. 2,833 2,092 ...

Second Separate Brigade. 3,309 3,308 ...

Third Separate Brigade. 4,091 4,102 ...

Fourth Separate Brigade. 3,317 3,317 4

Post of Annapolis. 647 645 ...

Post of Philadelphia. 316 313 ...

Fort Delaware. 755 749 73

First Regiment Connecticut 350 350 ...

Cavalry.

Total. 49,515 48,705 166

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*Including the Second Brigade Pennsylvania Reserves and Camps Convalescent and Distribution.

+Aggregate present and absent, 5,938; transferred to Abercrombie, April 17.

++Formerly Casey's division. The division commanded by Abercrombie, March 31; was ordered, April 14, with exception of the Ninth Massachusetts and Seventeenth New York Batteries, to Norfolk, Va. The regiments thus transferred were the Twenty-second Connecticut, Fortieth Massachusetts, One hundred and twenty-seventh, One hundred and forty-first, One hundred and forty-second, One hundred and forty-third, and One hundred and forty-fourth New York, and Eleventh Rhode Island.

#Including Third Brigade Pennsylvania Reserves. The pieces of artillery reported were in store at Washington Arsenal.

//The Twenty-sixth Michigan, Tenth New Jersey, One hundred and seventeenth, One hundred and eighteenth, One hundred and fifty-second, and One hundred and fifty-ninth New York Regiments, and the First Delaware, and Sixteenth and Nineteenth New York Batteries, transferred to Norfolk, Va., April 18-21.

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