Colonel P. Regis de Trobriand.
17th Maine, Lieutenant Colonel Charles B. Merrill.
3rd Michigan: Colonel Byron R. Pierce. Lieutenant Colonel Edwin S. Pierce.
5th Michigan, Lieutenant Colonel John Pulford.
40th New York, Colonel Thomas W. Egan.
110th Pennsylvania (six companies): Lieutenant Colonel Davit M. Jones. Major Isaac Rogers. SECOND DIVISION. Brigadier General Andrew A. Humphreys.
First Brigade. Brigadier General Joseph B. Carr.
1st Massachusetts, Lieutenant Colonel Clark B. Baldwin.
11ts Massachusetts, Lieutenant Colonel Porter D. Tripp.
16th Massachusetts: Lieutenant Colonel Waldo Merriam. Captain Matthew Donovan.
12th New Hampshire, Captain John F. Langley.
11th New Jersey: Colonel Robert McAllister. Captain Luther Martin. Lieutenant John Schoonover. Captain William H. Lloyd. Captain Samuel T. Sleeper. Lieutenant John Schoonover.
26th Pennsylvania, Major Robert L. Bodine.
84th Pennsylvania, * Lieutenant Colonel Milton Opp. Secon Brigade. Colonel William R. Brewster.
70th New York, Colonel Egbert Farnum.
71st New York, Colonel Henry L. Potter.
72nd New York: Colonel John S. Austin. Lieutenant Colonel John Leonard.
73rd New York Major Michael W. Burns.
74th New York, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Holt.
120th New York: Lieutenant Colonel Cornelius D. Westbrook. Major John R. Tappen.
Colonel Geporge C. Burling.
2nd New Hampshire, Colonel Edward L. Bailey.
5th New Jersey: Colonel William J. Sewell. Captain Thomas C. Godfrey. Captain Henry H. Woolsey.
6th New Jersey, Lieutenant Colonel Stephen R. Gilkyson.
7th New Jersey: Colonel Luis R. Francine. Major Frederick Cooper.
8th New Jersey: Colonel John G. Langston.
115th Pennsylvania, Major John P. Dunne.
*Guarding trains, and engaged in the battle.