War of the Rebellion: Serial 045 Page 0442 N. C., VA., W. VA., MD., PA., ETC. Chapter XXXIX.

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CITY GUARDS.

Alexandria, Va.

Brigadier General JOHN P. SLOUGH, Military Governor.

1st District of Columbia, Lieutenant Colonel Lemuel Towers.

153rd New York, Colonel Edwin P. Davis.

7th Pennsylvania Reserves, * Colonel Henry C. Bolinger.

8th Pennsylvania Reserves, * Colonel Silas M. Baily.

Pennsylvania Light Artillery, Battery H, Captain William Borrowe.

Washington, D. C.

Brigadier General John H. Martindale, Military Governor.

2nd District of Columbia, Colonel Charles 150th Penna, Co. K, Lieutenant M. Alexander, Thomas Getchell.

34th Massachusetts, Colonel George D. Wells.

157th Pennsylvania (battalion), Major

39th Massachusetts, Colonel Phineas S. Davis. Thomas H. Addicks.

11th New York Cavalry,

14th New Hampshire. Colonel Robert Wilson. Colonel James B. Swain

27th Pennsylvania, Company F. Captain John

M. Carson.

U. S. Ordnance Detachment, Lieut, Colonel George D. Ramsay.

FORT WASHINGTON.

Colonel Charles S. MERCHANT.

16th Indiana Battery, Captain Charles R. Deming.

4 the U. S. Artillery (regimental headquarters).

CAMP CONVALESCENT AND PAROLED PRISONERS.

Lieutenant Colonel Samuel McKelvy.

3rd Pennsylvania Reserves, +Major William Briner.

4th Pennsylvania Reserves, +Lieutenant Colonel Richard H. Woolworth.

PROVISIONAL BRIGADES. ++

Major General SILAS CASEY.

1st U. S. Colored Troops, Colonel William Birney.

Cavalry.

Colonel PERCY WYNDHAM.

1st Detachment Lieutenant Colonel David R. Cledenin.

2nd Detachment Lieutenant Colonel John L. Thompson.

3rd Detachment Lieutenant Colonel Robert Johnstone.

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

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*Belonging to Second Brigade, Pennsylvania Reserve Corps, Colonel Horatio G. Sickel commanding these two regiments,

+Belonging to Second Brigade, Pennsylvania Reserve Corps.

++ The 13th New York Cavalry and First Battalion 16th New York Cavalry transferred to Wyndham's command; the 178th New York assigned to De Russy's command, and detachment of 5th U. S. Infantry sent to the Army of the Potomac.

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