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Third Brigade.*

Colonel ALEXANDER PIPER.

2nd Massachusetts Cavalry (six companies), Colonel Charles R. Lowell, jr.

10th New Heavy Artillery, Colonel Alexander Piper.

CORPS OF OBSERVATION.+

Colonel ALBERT B. JEWETT.

6th Michigan Cavalry (two companies), Captain Charles W. Deane.

11th New York Cavalry (three companies), Major Joseph C. Kenyon.

10th Vermont, Lieutenant Colonel William W. Henry.

10th Massachusetts Battery, Captain J. Henry Sleeper.

ANNAPOLIS JUNCTION, MD.

109th New York, Colonel B. F. Tracy.

FORT WASHINGTON, MD.

Colonel CHARLES S. MERCHANT.

16th Indiana Battery, Captain Charles R. Deming.

Headquarters Fourth U. S. Artillery.

Abstract from tri-monthly return of Middle Department, Eighth Army Corps, Major General Robert C. Schenck U. S. Army, commanding, for May 31, 1863; headquarters, Baltimore, Md.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

Department staff 25 -- 25

First Division 578 11,817 14,016

Second Division 306 5,941 7,613

Third Division 179 4,063 4,946

First Separate Brigade 117 2,258 2,542

Second Separate Brigade 36 928 1,201

Third Separate Brigade 126 2,038 2,625

Fourth Separate Brigade 133 2,561 2,983

Post of Annapolis 30 559 610

Post of Philadelphia 6 185 220

Fort Delawate 15 250 431

First Connecticut 6 90 261

Cavalry, Camp

Chesebrough

Total 1,557 30,690 37,473

Command. Aggregate Aggregate Pieces of

present and last artillery.

absent. return.

Department staff 25 23 --

First Division 16,202 16,663 --

Second Division 10,383 11,186 22

Third Division 5,849 5,882 --

First Separate Brigade 2,775 2,769 --

Second Separate 2,366 3,318 4

Brigade

Third Separate Brigade 4,049 4,047 --

Fourth Separate 3,395 3,395 --

Brigade

Post of Annapolis 651 650 --

Post of Philadelphia 236 312 --

Fort Delawate 464 462 --

First Connecticut 389 385 --

Cavalry, Camp

Chesebrough

Total 46,784 49,092 26

Troops in the Middle Department, Eighth Army Corps, Major General Robert C. Schenck, U. S. Army, commanding, May 31, 1863.

FIRST DIVISION.++

Brigadier General BENJAMIN F. KELLEY.

First Brigade.

Brigadier General JOHN R. KENLY.

1st Maryland, Colonel Nathan T. Diushane.

4th Maryland, Colonel R. N. Bowerman.

7th Maryland, Colonel Edwin H. Webster.

8th Maryland, Colonel Andrew W. Denison.

14th Pennsylvania, Cavalry, $ Colonel James N. Schoonmaker.

17th Indiana Battery, Captain Milton L. Miner.

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*Forts Baker and Stevens.

+Poolesville and Seneca Locks, Md.

++Headquarters at Harper's Ferry. The First Brigade at Harper's Ferry and Winchester; the Second at Maryland Heights and Point of Rock; the Third at Charlestown, Kearneysville, Martinsburg, North Mountain, and Sir John's Run; the Fourth near Romney; the First at Cumberland and New Creek; and the Sixth at Grafton and Parkersburg.

$Reported also as at Beverly, in Fourth Separate Brigade.

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