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Abstract from return of the Department of the East, Major General John E. Wool,

U. S. Army, commanding, for June 30, 1863.

Present for

duty

Command Officers Men Aggregate Aggregate Aggregate last Pieces

present present return. of

& heavy

absent artillery.

General 78 5 87 87 86 ---

headq.

Fort Hamilton, N. 13 209 365 449 565 62

Y(Brown)

Fort Lafayette, N. 2 94 117 117 82 70

Y. (Wood)

Fort Richmond 1 78 83 94 --- 50

N. Y.

(Franklin)

Fort at Sandy 5 116 138 138 135 29

Hook, N. J.

(Cleghorn)

Fort 3 116 192 205 363 116

Schuyler, N.

Y. (Sprrat)

Fort Wood, N. --- -- 70 70 --- ---

Y. *

Fort Ontario, 1 10 15 15 30 17

N. Y. (Lewis)

Fort 8 93 183 198 178 58

Trumbull,

Conn. (Gates)

Fort 10 139 283 299 240 56

Independence,

Mass.

(Gordon)

Fort Warren, 23 444 676 720 644 69

Mass.

(Dimick)

Fort at 5 146 190 --- 19

Clark's 128

Point, Mass.

(Allen)

FortAdams, R. 1 20 64 87 157 200

I. (Shepherd)

Portsmouth 3 71 86 88 86 ---

Grove, R. I.

(Blanding)

Fort Preble, 6 64 99 121 151 444

Me. (Andrews)

Fort Scammel, 1 16 17 17 --- ---

Me.

(Whitemore)

Portland, Me. 5 53 84 97 90 ---

(Mason)

Fort --- --- --- --- --- ---

Constitution,

N. H. +

Fort --- --- --- --- --- ---

McCleary, N.

H. +

Total 165 1716 2, 705 2, 992 2, 807 790

Fort Hamilton, New York Harbor.

Bvt. Brigadier General HARVEY BROWN.

12th U. S. Infantry, Field and Staff, and Company H.

5th U. S. Artillery, Field and Staff.

5th U. S. Artillery, Battery B, Lieutenant Henry A. DuPont.

5th U. S. Artillery, Battery E, Lieutenant James W. Piper.

Fort Richmond, New York Harbor.

12th United States, Company H, Captain Walter S. Franklin.

For Schuyler, New York Harbor.

Lieutenant Colonel JOSEPH SPRATT.

20th New York Battery, Lieutenant B. F. Ryer.

28th New York Battery, Captain Josiah C. Hannum.

Fort Trumbull, Conn.

Colonel WILLIAM GATES.

3rd U. S. Artillery, Field and Staff.

3rd U. S. Artillery, Battery G, Lieutenant Lewis Smith.

Fort Warren, Mass.

Colonel JUSTIN DIMICK.

1st U. S. Artillery, Field and Staff.

Massachusetts Heavy Artillery (1st Bat-

talion), Major Stephen Cabot.

Fort Adams, R. I.

15th United States Field and Staff, and

Recruits, Colonel Oliver L. Shephred.

Fort Preble, Me.

17th United States Recruits, Major George

L. Andrews.

Fort Lafayette, New York Harbor.

Lieutenant CHARLES O. WOOD.

Detachments.

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*Return incomplete.

+Naval depots not garrisoned.

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