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Consolidatedfield return of the Army of the Potomac-Continued.

July 14, 1863.





Strength




Infantry


Cavalry


Artillery




Officers



Enlisted Men



Officers



Enlisted Men



Officers


Enlisted Men


Aggregate




First Amy Corps (Newton)



651



7,852







16



535



9,054




Second Army Corps (Hays)



575



6,973



3



12



17



725



8,305




Third Army Corps (French)



744



12,232







25



756



13,757




Fifth Army Corps (Sykes)



604



7,995







19



516



9,134




Sixth Army Corps (Sedgwick)



900



12,169



5



110



29



952



14,165




Eleventh Army Corps (Howard)



475



7,811







11



589



8,886




Twelfth Army Corps (Slocum)



546



8,118







12



385



9,061




Cavalry Corps (Pleasonton)







696



11,957



7



484



13,144




Artillery Reserve (Tyler)











88



2,409



2,497




Engineer Brigade (Benham)



21



341











362




Harper's Ferry, W. Va. (Naglee).















3,383




Frederick, Md.















1,500




Maryland Heights, Md. (Briggs)















1,777




South Mountain, Md. (Spinola)















1,723




McReynolds' cavalry















2,184



Total














98,932










Command


Officers


Enlisted Men


Horses of Officers


Horses of enlisted Men


Officers Sick


Enlisted Men Sick


Horses Serviceable


Horses un
Serviceable




Corps headquarters



20



300



60



275







355






First Division



179



4,019







3



113



4,570



590




Second Division



266



4,347







7



156



4,534



834




Stahel's division



231



3,291







8



331


(*)


(*)




Brigade Horse Artillery.



7



484







2



20



736





Total



703



12,441



60



275



20



620



10,195



1,424









Present for duty,
equipped


Guns







Rifled


Smooth-bore



Command.


Batteries


Offircers


Enlisted Men


4 1/2-inch


20-Pounder Parrotts


3-inch.


10-Pounder Parrotts


12-pounders


6-pounders


Total




First Army Corps



5



21



598







16





12





28




Second Army Corps



4



14



537







12





12





24




Third Army Corps



5



19



658









12



18





30




Fifth Army Corps



5



8



547







8



6



12





26




Sixth Army Corps



8



33



1,006







12



18



18





48




Eleventh Army Corps



5



15



629







10





16





26




Twelfth Army Corps



4



12



384









10



10





20




Cavalry Corps(*)



10



23



831







50









50




Artillery Reserves(+)



23



72



2,139



8



6



40



14



38



4



110



Total



69



217



7,329



8



6



148



60



136



4



362



*The "present for duty" given. No report of "present for duty equipped. "

+The infantry train and headquarters' guards excluded. The 4 1/2-inch guns were not at Gettysburg.

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