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Abstract from returns of the Department of Virginia and North Carolina, Major General John G. Foster, U. S. Army, commanding, for July 20, 1863.

Present for

duty

Command Officers Men Aggregate Aggregate Aggregate Pie-ces Remarks

pre-sent pre-sent last of

and return artille-ry

abse-nt

SEVENTH 9 --- 9 9 18 --- Fort

ARMY Mon-roe

CORPS Va.

[Getty].

General

headquarters

Camp 2 68 72 82 82 ---

Hamilton,

Va.

[Cassells]

Fort 28 770 1, 1, 1, ---

Monroe, 082 168 222

Va.

[Roberts]

Getty's --- --- --- --- --- --- Norfolk,

command* Portsmouthand

vici-nity

Infantry 402 6, 8, 10, 10, ---

789 546 975 071

Cavalry 70 1, 1, 2, 1, 4

515 843 265 069

Artillery 18 698 778 851 433 30

TOTAL 490 9, 11, 14, 11, 34

Getty's 002 167 091 573

command

Wistar's --- --- --- --- --- --- Gloucester

command PointYork-town,

and

vici-nity

Infantry 135 2, 2, 3, 3, ---

428 966 637 666

Cavalry 44 871 1, 1, 1, ---

149 249 148

Artillery 15 507 569 620 663 28

TOTAL 194 3, 4, 5, 5, 28

Wistar's 806 684 506 477

command

TOTAL 723 13, 17, 20, 26, 62

Seventh 646 014 856 099

Army Cor-ps

EIGHTEEN-TH ARMY 20 --- 20 22 22 --- New

CORPS BerneN. C.

[Foster].

General

headquarters.

New 70 1, 2, 2, 2, ---

Berne, 472 004 457 457

N. C:

First

Division

[Amory]

Jourdan's 43 748 1, 1, 1, ---

Brigade 135 390 398

Infantry, 50 876 1, 1, 1, ---

not 182 503 511

brigaded

U. S. 22 854 986 1, 1, ---

Colored 010 010

Troops

[Wild]

Cavalry 58 983 1, 1, 1, ---

[Lewis] 231 523 553

Artillery 19 612 719 1, 1, 6

156 156

District 57 1, 1, 1, 1, --- Headqrs,

of 145 449 969 979 Beau-fort,

Beaufort N. C.

[Heckman]

District 90 1, 1, 2, 2, 6 Hqrs,

of the 375 748 211 223 Ply-mouthN. C.

Albemarie

[Wessells]

District 41 1, 1, 1, 1, --- Hqrs,

of the 061 418 604 604 WashingtonN. C.

Pamlico

[McChes-ney]

Detach-ment --- --- --- 10, 10, --- In

Eigh-teenth 065 065 Department

Army of

Corps the

South

TOTAL 470 9, 11, 24, 24, 12

Eight-teenth 126 892 910 959

Army

Corps

GRAND 1, 22, 28, 45, 51, 74

TOTAL of 193 772 906 766 058

Depart-ment

HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, Camp near Union, Va., July 21, 1863.

[General MEADE:]

GENERAL: The following report has just been received, and is forwarded for the information of the commanding general:

SIGNAL STATION,

Snicker's Gap, July 21, 1863-9 a. m.

Captain NORTON,

Chief Signal Officer:

A large body of troops has been passing through Millwood since 7 a. m. A large camp at Millwood was struck at about 7 a. m., and moved up the Valley. A wagon train, all of 2 miles long, has passed and is still passing. The works at Winchester are occupied by troops. Tents on the ridge back of Winchester; should call them hospital tents.

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*Embraces troops reported on last return as in Corcoran's and Viele's commands, Getty assumed command of the corps July 20.

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