War of the Rebellion: Serial 045 Page 0639 CORRESPONDENCE, ETC. -UNION. Chapter XXXIX.

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FORT DELAWARE.

Brigadier General ALBIN SCHOEPF.

3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, Company M, Captain Francis H. Reichard.

Pennsylvania Artillery, Battery A, Captain Stanislaus Mlotkowski.

Pennsylvania Artillery, Battery G, Captain John J. Young.

FREDERICK CITY, MD. *

7th New York (National Guard), Colonel Marshall Lefferts.

CAMP CHESEBROUGH.

1st Connecticut Cavalry, Captain Charles Farnsworth.

Abstract from return of the Middle Department, Major General Robert C. Schenck,

U. S. Army, commanding, for July 10, 1863.

Present for

duty

Command Officers Men Aggregate Aggregate Aggregate

present present last

and return

absent

General 24 --- 24 24 25

headquarters

Second Separate 91 1, 2, 317 3, 258 3, 172

Brigade [Morris] 851

Third Separate --- --- --- --- 1, 048

Brigade+

Provisional --- --- --- --- 1, 208

Brigade+

Defenses of 31 702 794 880 ---

Baltimore [Tyler]

New York Militia, 81 1, 2, 086 2, 114 ---

convalescent, 994

&tc. {Tyler]

Annapolis [Waite] 2 3 5 12 663

Fort Delaware 22 386 695 908 888

[Schoepf]

1st Connecticut 4 45 296 376 376

Cavalry

[Farnsworth]

TOTAL 255 4, 6, 217 7, 572 7, 380

981

Abstract from return of the troops at Harper's Ferry, W: Va., Brigadier General Henry

M. Naglee, U. S. Army, commanding, for July 10, 1863.

Present for

duty

Command Officers Men Aggregate Aggregate Remarks

present present

and

absent

General 5 --- 5 5 Spinola's

headquarters brigade,

consisting of

the 158th,

168th, and

171st

Pennsylvania,

left this

place July

11, to join

the left wing

Army of the

Potomac. &

Briggs' 123 2, 2, 317 3, 928

brigade++ 024

Brig. General H.

S. Briggs

Keystone 95 1, 1, 679 2, 231 A detachment

Brigade, 496 of the 50th

Brig. General F. New York

B. Spinola Engineers

[504

effectives],

under

Lieutenant -Colonel

Spaulding,

are at this

place; also

a detachment

of 87 men,

under Lieutenant

John R.

Meigs, with

four railroad

monitors.

43rd 20 162 204 883

Massachusetts,

Lieutenant Colonel

John C. Whiton

175th 32 473 508 627

Pennsylvania,

Colonel Samuel A.

Dyer

6th Michigan 4 84 112 179 Kenly's

Cavalry brigade left

[detachment], for Army of

Captain C. W. the Potomac,

Deane July 10.

17th Indiana 3 90 94 101

Battery,

Captain M. L.

Miner

TOTAL 282 4, 4, 919 7, 954

329

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*Not accounted for on original return, Colonel Lefferts' regiment being there reported as at Baltimore. It was assigned to Briggs' brigade, and ordered to Frederick City, July 5.

+Transferred to the Army of the Potomac.

++9th and 10th Maryland, 8th, 46th, and 51st Massachusetts, detachment 1st Connecticut Cavalry; and Batteries B, Maryland Artillery, and H, 1st Pennsylvania Artillery.

!A return of this brigade for July 14, Colonel Bierer commanding, reports also Battery B, 1st New York Artillery, and Battery E, 1st Rhode Island Artillery, as present with the command.

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