Troops in the Department of Washington, Major General Samuel P. Heintzelman, U. S. Army, commanding, July 31, 1863.
5th New York Cavalry, Company I, Captain George C. Morton.
11th New York, Companies B and C, Captain Robert C. Perry.
Artillery camp of Instruction.
Brig. General William F. Barry.
Connecticut Light, 2nd Battery, Captain John W. Sterling. Delaware Light, 1st Battery, Captain Benjamin Nield. Massachusetts Light, 7th Battery (G), Captain Phineas A. Davis. 1st Michigan Light, Battery K, Captain John C. Schuetz. 1st New York Light, Battery F, Captain William R. Wilton. 1st New York Light, Battery H. Captain Charles E. Mink. New York Light, 4th Battery, Captain James E. Smith. New York Light, 19th Battery, Captain Aaron C. Johnson. 1st Pennsylvania Light, Battery H, Captain Andrew Fagan. West Virginia Light, Battery A, Lieutenant George Furst. West Virginia Light, 6th Battery, Lieutenant John S. S. Herr. 5th United States, Battery I, Lieutenant Charles C. MacConnell.
109th New York, Colonel Benjamin F. Traccy.
Brigadier General John P. Slugh, Military Governor.
1st District of Columbia (four companies), Lieutenant Col Lemuel Towers. 3rd Pennsylvania Reserves*, Major William Briner. $th Pennsylvania Reserves, * Lieutenant Col Richard H. Woolworth. 7th Pennsylvania Reserves, * Col Henry C. Bolinger. 8th Pennsylvania Reserves, * Col Silas M. Baily. Pennsylvania Light Artillery, Battery H, Captain William Borrowe.
Washington, D. C.
Brigadier General John H. Martindale, Military Governor.
2nd District of Columbia, Colonel Charles M. Alexander. 14 th New Hampshire, Col Robert Wilson. 153rd New York, Col Edwin P. Davis. 178th New York (five companies), Lieutenant Col Charles F. smith.
27th Pennsylvania, Company F, Captain John M. Carson. 150th Pennsylvania, Company K, Captain Thomas Getchell. 157th Pennsylvania (four companies), Major Thomas H. Addicks. 11th New York Cavalry, Col James B. Swain.
U. S. Ordnance (detachment), Lieutenant Col George D. Ramsay.
Major General Silas Casey.
1st U. S. Colored Troops, Colonel John H. Holman. 2nd U. S. Colored Troops (two companies), Lieutenant G. P. Hart.
*Second Brigade, Pennsylvania Reserves, Colonel Horatio G. Sickel commanding. The Third and Fourth Regiments on duty at Camp Convalescent, under Lieutenant Colonel Samuel McKelvy.