1st Pennsylvania Light, Battery A, Captain John G. Sipson.
5th United States, Battery A, Lieutenant James Gilliniss.
Provisional Brigade. *
Colonel DAVID W. WARDROP.
99th New York, Lieutenant Colonel Richard Nixon.
118th New York, Lieutenant Colonel Oliver Keese, jr
Wistar's Brigade. +
Brigadier General ISAAC J. WISTAR.
9th Vermont, Colonel Edward H. Ripley.
19th Wisconsin, Colonel Horace T. Sanders.
16th New York Battery, Captain Frederick L. Hiller.
Captain FRANZ VON SHILLING.
3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, Company B, Captain Franz von Schilling.
11th Pennsylvania Cavalry, Company C, Lieutenant William T. Camac.
Spinola's (Keystone) Brigade. *
Brigadier General FRANCIS B. SPINOLA.
158th Pennsylvania, Colonel David B. McKibbin.
168th Pennsylvania, Colonel Joseph Jack.
171st Pennsylvania, Colonel Everard Bierer.
11th Pennsylvania, Colonel Samuel P. Spear.
Colonel JOSEPH ROBERTS.
3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery (eight companies).
Brigadier General EGBERT L. VIELE, Military Governor.
148th New York, Colonel William Johnson.
173rd Pennsylvania, Colonel Daniel Nagle.
177th Pennsylvania, Colonel George B. Wiestling.
1st New York Mounted Rifles, Company K, Lieutenant Silas E. Reynolds.
7th New York Battery, Captain Peter C. Regan.
Abstract from return of the Department of Virginia, Major General John A. Dix,
U. S. Army, commanding, for June 30, 1863.
Command Officers Men Aggregate Aggregate Station
FOURTH ARMY 9 --- 9 11 White
CORPS [Keyes] House, Va.
First 177 3, 643 3, 976 4, 244 Yorktown
Second 177 3, 643 3, 997 5, 122 White House
West's 87 1, 347 1, 467 1, 822 Do.
4th Delaware 27 474 511 637 Do.
Cavalry 33 549 605 828 Do.
Reserve 8 253 294 418 Do.
TOTAL Fourth 518 9, 909 10, 859 13, 082
*At White House.
+At West Point.
++ The "present for duty" estimated as above. It is not reported on original return.