War of the Rebellion: Serial 044 Page 0215 Chapter XXXIX. THE GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN.

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take under arms, 400 wounded, and the remainder stragglers and deserters. This does not include quite a number who escaped through the mountain and went north, being aided in this by the citizens . I am, sir, very very respectfully, your obedient servant.

D. N. COUCH,

Major-General, Commanding .

Colonel J. C. KELTON,

Assistant Adjutant-General .

ADDENDA. *

Pennsylvania Volunteers and Militia called into service during the Gettysburg Campaign.

[The emergency militia and the sixth-months' volunteers were mustered into the United States service, and the ninety-days' militia into the State service . Under act of Congress approved April 12, 1866, the State was reimbursed by the United States for money expended in payment of the latter troops.

Strength at

muster-in.

Organizations. Commanders. Officers. Men. Total. Date Date

of of

muster-in. muster-out.

Independent Captain 3 88 91 1863. 1863.

Company Frank A.

Cavalry Murray June Aug.

(Murray 18

Troop). 11

Independent Captain 2 73 75 June July

Company Samuel 18 30

Cavalry (First J. Randall

Philadelphia

City Troop).

Independent Captain 3 81 84 June Aug.

Company Henry H. 19

Cavalry Brown 1

(Luzerne

Rangers).

Independent Captain 3 77 80 June July

Company Samuel W. 19 30

Cavalry Comply

(Wissahickon

Cavalry).

Independent Captain 3 83 86 June July

Company Alban H. 20 31

Cavalry Myers

(Continental

Troops).

Independent Captain John 3 72 75 June Aug.

Company W. Jones 24

Cavalry 12

(Curtin Hourse

Guards).

Independent Captain E. 3 99 102 June July

Battery Spencer 19 25

Miller

Independent Captain 3 105 108 June July

Battery Henry D. 27 30

Landis

20th Infantry Colonel 44 927 971 June August

William B. 17 10

Thomask

26th Infantry Colonel 38 705 743 June July

William W. 22 30

Jennings

27th Infantry Colonel 37 770 807 June July

Jacob G. 22 31

Frick

28th Infantry Colonel 39 678 717 June July

James 24 28

Chamberlin

29th Infantry Colonel 39 722 761 June August

Joseph W. 23 1

Hawley

30th Infantry Colonel 38 680 718 June July

William N. 25 29

Monies

31st Infantry Colonel John 37 679 716 June August

Newkumet 30 8

33rd Unfantry Colonel 36 618 654 June August

(Blue William W. 26 4

Reserves). Taylor

Independent Dieut. Colonel 17 384 401 June August

Battalion 23-25 8

Infantry.

Robert

Litzinger

Independent Captain John 3 93 96 June July

Company Spear 17 21

Infantry.

Independent Captain 3 98 101 June July

Company William B. 17 24

Infantry. Mann.

Independent Captain 3 72 75 June July

Company James B. 18 23

Infantry. German.

Total 7,

emergency 461

militia.

First Lieutenant 12 269 281 July August

Battalion Colonel 13 21

Cavalry Richard F.

Moson

Independent Captain 3 99 102 June August

Company James M. 30 9

Cavalry. Bell

Independent Captain 3 69 72 July 9 October 5

Company William B.

Cavalry. Dick

Independent Captain R. 3 101 104 July 2 September 16

Company W. Hammell

Cavalry (Dana

Troop).

Independent Captain 5 116 121 June August

Battery Joseph M. 27 16

Knap.

Independent Captain 4 100 104 June August

Battery + Benoni 26 1

Frishmuth

Independent Captain W. 5 144 149 July 3 August

Batery C. 26

Ermentrout

Independent Captain 5 138 143 July 6 August

Battery Edward 24

(Second Fitzki

Eaystone

Battery).

Independent Captain 4 117 121 July 1 August

Battery George R. 24

(Chester Guss

County

Artillery).

*Compiled under the direction of the Adjutant-General, U. S. Army. Attached to Thirty-second Regiment.

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