Brig. General HENRY J. HUNT.
15th New York + (three companies), Major Walter D. Cassin.
50th New York, + Colonel William H. Pettes.
United States Battalion, ++ Captain George H. Mendell.
GUARDS AND ORDERLIES.
Oneida (New York) Cavalry, Captain Daniel P. Mann.
FIRST ARMY CORPS.
Major General JOHN NEWTON.
1st Battalion New York Sharpshooters, Captain Joseph S. Arnold.
1st Maine Cavalry, Company L, Captain Constantine Taylor.
Brig. General LYSANDER CULTER.
Colonel WILLIAM ROBINSON.
19th Indiana, Colonel Samuel J. Williams
24th Michigan, Captain Albert M. Edwards.
16th Pennsylvania, Colonel Joseph Depuy Davis.
2nd Wisconsin, Captain George H. Otis.
6th Wisconsin, Lieutenant Colonel Rufus R. Dawes.
7th Wisconsin, Major Mark Finnicum.
Colonel EDWARD B. FOWLER.
7th Indiana, Lieutenant Colonel William C. Banta.
76th New York, Captain Samuel M . Buramk.
84th New York (14th Militia), Lieutenant Colonel Robert B. Jordan.
95th New York, Major Edward Pye.
147th New York, Major George Harney.
56 th Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel George B. Osbors.
SECOND DIVISION. $
Brig. General JOHN C. ROBINSON.
Colonel PETER LYLE.
16th Maine, Lieutenant Colonel Augustus B. Farnham.
13th Massachusetts, Colonel Samuel H. Leonard.
39th Massachusetts, Colonel Phineas S. Davis.
94th New York, Colonel Adrian R. Root.
104th New York, Colonel Gillbert G. Prey,
107th Pennsylvania, Colonel Thomas F. McCoy.
Brig. General HENRY BAXTER.
12th Massachusetts, Captain Charles W. Hastings.
83rd New York (9th Militia), Captain Henry V. Williamson.
97th New York, Major Charles Northrup.
11th Pennsylvania, Captain Henry Whiteside.
90th Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel William A. Leech.
*See the Artillery Reserve, and artillery attached to the several corps.
+Brigaded under command of Brig. General Henry W. Benham, and at Washington, D. C.
++ Detached from Benham's brigade, July 7.
$This division gained during the mont the 8th, 39th, 46th and 51st Massachusetts Regiments (Briggs' brigade), and the 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th, and 16th Vermont Regiments (Stannard's brigade). All excepting the 39th Massachusetts were lost by expiration of service during the same period.