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Artillery Reserve+

Brigadier General Robert. O. Tyler.

First Regular Brigade.

Lieutenant John G. Turnbull.

1st United States, Battery H, Lieutenant Philip D. Mason. 3rd United States, Batteries F and K, Lieutenant George F. Barstow. 4th United States, Battery C, Lieutenant Charles L. Fitzhugh.

Second Volunteer Brigade.

Captain Elijah D. Taft.

1st Connecticut Heavy, Company A, Captain Albert F. Brooker. 1st Connecticut Heavy, Company M. Captain Franklin A. Pratt. 1st New York Light, Battery B, Lieutenant Albert S. Sheldon. 5th New York Battery, Captain Elijah D. Taft.

First Volunteer Brigade.

Lieutenant Colonel Freeman Mc Gilvery.

6th Maine Battery (F), Lieutenant Edwin B. Dow. 9th Massachusetts Battery, Lieutenant Richard S. Milton. 1st New Jersey Battery, Lieutenant Augustin N. Parsons. 15th New York Battery, Captain Patrick Hart. Pennsylvania Light, Batteries C and F, Captain James Thompson.

Third Volunteer Brigade. Major John A. Reynolds.

Maryland Light, Battery A, Captain James H. Rigby. New Hampshire Light, 1st Battery, Captain Frederick M. Edgell. 1st New York Light, Battery K,! Captain Robert H. Fitzhugh: 1st Ohio Light, Battery H, Captain James F. Huntington. West Virginia Light, Battery C, Captain Wallace Hill.

HEADQUARTERS GUARDS.

32nd Massachusetts, Company C, Captain Josiah C. fuller. 1st Pennsylvania Cavalry, Company M, Lieutenant Henderson Sample.

Train Guard.

4th New Jersey (seven companies), Major Charles Ewing.

Abstract from tri-monthly return of the Army of the Potomac, Major General George G. Meade, U. S. Army, commanding for July 31, 1863.

Present for Present for

duty duty equipped

Infantry

Command Officers Men Aggregate Officers Men

present

General headquarters 40 --- 40 --- ---

Provost-guard 102 1, 2, --- ---

[Patrick] 693 003

Engineer Brigade 23 320 452 --- ---

[Benham]

Engineer Battalion 7 310 379 --- ---

[Mendell]

Guards and orderlies 2 45 57 --- ---

[Ingalls]

Signal Corps [Norton] 6 --- 6 --- ---

First Army Corps 530 6, 9, 472 6,

[Newton] 910 032 128

Second Army Corps 525 7, 8, 516 6,

[Hays] 151 933 426

Third Army Corps 764 12, 15, 716 10,

[French] 731 129 761

Fifth Army Corps 603 9, 11, 585 8,

[Sykes] 016 430 041

Sixth Army Corps 867 12, 15, 825 11,

[Sedgwick] 833 513 787

Eleventh Army Corps 542 9, 11, 497 8,

[Howard] 711 857 793

Twelfth Army Corps 445 7, 8, 412 6,

[Slocum] 328 950 925

Cavalry Corps 598 10, 13, --- ---

[Pleasonton] 715 934

Artillery Reserve 91 2, 2, 18 265

[Tyler] 160 437

GRAND TOTAL 5, 80, 100, 4, 59,

145 923 152 041 126

Present for duty

equipped.

Cavalry Artillery

Command Officers Men Officers Men Pieces

of

artillery

General headquarters --- --- --- --- ---

Provost-guard --- --- --- --- ---

[Patrick]

Engineer Brigade --- --- --- --- ---

[Benham]

Engineer Battalion --- --- --- --- ---

[Mendell]

Guards and orderlies --- --- --- --- ---

[Ingalls]

Signal Corps [Norton] --- --- --- --- ---

First Army Corps --- --- 16 515 23

[Newton]

Second Army Corps --- 60 13 527 22

[Hays]

Third Army Corps --- --- 27 929 48

[French]

Fifth Army Corps --- --- 10 257 28

[Sykes]

Sixth Army Corps 5 110 21 755 42

[Sedgwick]

Eleventh Army Corps 4 37 9 548 25

[Howard]

Twelfth Army Corps --- --- 12 370 20

[Slocum]

Cavalry Corps 508 8, 20 754 48

[Pleasonton] 138

Artillery Reserve 2 47 60 1, 80

[Tyler] 750

GRAND TOTAL 519 8, 188 6, 336

392 405

+ The Fourth Volunteer Brigade broken up July 17. Four companies of the 1st Massachusetts Heavy Artillery (14th Massachusetts), under Major Rolfe, joined July 10. and were ordered back to Harper s Ferry July 21.

! Eleventh New York Battery attached.