Major General GEORGE SYKES.
Brigadier General ROMEYN B. AYRES.
3rd U. S. Infantry (six companies), Captain H. W. Freedly.
4th U. S. Infantry (four companies), Captain Hiram Dryer.
12th U. S. Infantry, 1st Battalion (five companies), 2nd Battalion (three companies), Captain M. M. Blunt.
14th U. S. Infantry, 1st Battalion (six companies), 2nd Battalion (two companies), Major G. r. Giddings.
Colonel SIDNEY BURBANK.
2nd U. S. Infantry (five companies), Captain Samuel A. McKee.
6th U. S. Infantry (five companies), Captain L. C. Bootes.
7th U. S. Infantry (four companies), Captain James P. Matin.
10th U. S. Infantry (three companies), Captain William Clinton.
11th U. S. Infantry, 1st Battalion (six companies), Major DeL. Floyd-Jones.
17th U. S. Infantry, 1st Battalion (five companies), 2nd Battalion (two companies), Major George L. Andrews.
Colonel PATRICK H. O'RORKE.
140th New York, Major I. F. Force.
146th New York, Colonel Kenner Garrard.
91st Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel J. H. Sinex.
155th Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel J. H. Cain.
Captain AUGUSTUS P. MARTIN.
Massachusetts Artillery, 3rd Battery (C), Captain Augustus P. Martin.
1st New York Artillery, Battery C, Captain Almont Barnes.
1st Ohio Artillery, Battery L, Captain F. C. Gibbs.
5th U. S. Artillery, Battery D, Lieutenant C. E. Hazlett.
5th U. S. Artillery, Battery I, Lieutenant M. F. Watson.
SIXTH ARMY CORPS.
Major General JOHN SEDGWICK.
1st New Jersey Cavalry, Company L, Captain Hugh H. Janeway.
1st Pennsylvania Cavalry, Company H, Captain William S. Craft.
Brigadier General HORATION G. WRIGHT.+
Colonel WILLIAM H. PENROSE.
1st New Jersey, Lieutenant Colonel William Henry, jr.
2nd New Jersey, Lieutenant Colonel Charles Wiebecke.
3rd New Jersey, Captain William E. Bryan.
4th New Jersey, Colonel William Birney.
15th New Jersey, Lieutenant Colonel E. L. Campbell.
23rd New Jersey, Colonel E. B. Grubb.
Brigadier General JOSEPH J. BARTLETT.
5th Maine, Colonel C. S. Edwards.
121st New York, Colonel Emory Upton.
95th Pennsylvania, Captain Edward Carroll.
96th Pennsylvania, Major W. H. Lessig.
*The Fifth New York sent home for muster-out. The Ninety-first and One hundred and fifty- fifth Pennsylvania Regiments transferred from the Third Division, which was broken up by expiration of the service of the One hundred and twenty-third. One hundred and twenty-sixth, One hundred and twenty-ninth, One hundred and thirty-first, One hundred and thirty-third, and One hundred and thirty-fourth Pennsylvania Regiments.
+Assumed command May 23, 1863.
++The Sixteenth and Twenty-seventh New York Regiments sent home for muster-out. The Ninety-fifth Pennsylvania transferred from Third Brigade.