War of the Rebellion: Serial 045 Page 0440 N. C., VA., W. VA., MD., PA., ETC. Chapter XXXIX.

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General Gordon will have charge of all the out-guards of this position, and will send out a good regiment to-morrow morning at 5 a. m. to the neighborhood of Tunstall's Station, to watch the roads leading in from above. By command of Major-General Keyes:

OSWALD JACKSON,

Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.

Abstract from return of the Department of Washington, Major General Samuel P. Heitzelman, U. S. Army, commanding, for June 30, 1863.

Present for

duty.

Command Officers Men Aggregate Aggregate Aggregate last

present present return

and

absent

General 20 21 45 74 68

headquarters

Artillery camp 55 1, 1, 410 1, 607 498

of instruction 275

[Barry]

Railway guard 35 763 893 915 899

[Tracy]

City guards: 99 1, 1, 937 3, 418 3, 276

Alexandria 570

[Slough]

Washington 160 3, 3, 825 4, 928 4, 886

[Martindale] 072

Garrisons: North 223 5, 6, 644 7, 036 7, 012

of the Potomac 194

[Haskin]

South of the 277 5, 6, 592 8, 530 6, 675

Potomac [De 299

Russy]

Fort Washington 4 104 146 150 150

[Merchant]

Abercrombie's --- --- --- --- 9, 194

division*

Casey's command+ --- --- --- --- 533

Crawford's --- --- --- --- 5, 264

division*

Stahel's cavalry --- --- --- --- 7, 898

division*

Corps of --- --- --- --- 1, 447

observation*

2nd 11 231 462 507 ---

Massachusetts

Cavalry [Lowell]

Wyndham's 85 2, 2, 639 3, 295 ---

cavalry command 160

McKelvy's 56 753 8, 051 8, 267 8, 240

command++

TOTAL 1, 20, 32, 644 38, 727 56, 040

025 442

Troops in the Department of Washington, Major General Samuel P. Heitzelman, U. S. Army, commanding, June 30, 1863.

ESCORT.

5 the New York Cavalry, Company I, Captain George C. Morton.

ARTILLERY CAMP OF INSTRUCTION.

Brigadier General WILLIAM F BARRY.

Maryland Light, Battery B. Captain A. Show. 30th New York Battery, 10th Michigan Battery, Captain John C. Captain Adolph Schuetz. Voegelee.

1st New York Light, Battery A, Captain 32nd New York Battery, Thomas H. Bates. Captain Charles

12th New York Battery, Captain George von Kusserow.

F. McKnight. 12th Ohio Battery, Captain A. C.

17th New York Battery, Captain George Johnson.

T. Anthony. 1th Pennsylvania

27th New York Battery, Captain John B. Light, Battery C,

Eaton. Captain Jeremiah McCarthy. Keystone (Pennsylvania) Battery, Captain Matthew Hastings. 1st West Virginia Light, Battery A, Lieutenant George Furst.

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*Transferred to Army of the Potomac.

+Transferred to Defenses South of the Potomac.

+Camp Convalescent, Camp Distribution, paroled prisoners, and +detachment of Pennsylvania Reserves.

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