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Abstract from tri-monthly return of the Army of the Potomac, Major General George G. Meade, U. S. Army, commanding, for August 10, 1863.

Present for duty. Infantry.

Command. Officer Men Aggrega Officer Men

s te s

present

General and staff 41 - 41 - -

Provost guard 72 971 1,192 - -

(Brigadier

General Marsena

R. Patrick).

Engineer Brigade 36 803 1,021 - -

(Brigadier

General Henry

W. Benham).

Battalion U. S. 7 308 382 - -

Engineers

(Captain George

H. Mendell).

Guards and 2 48 54 - -

orderlies

(Brigadier

General Rufus

Ingalls).

Artillery Reserve 76 1,718 1,934 15 265

(Brigadier

General Robert

O. Tyler).

Signal corps 6 - 6 - -

(Captain Lemuel

B. Norton).

First Army Corps 483 6,380 8,552 453 5,823

(Major General

John Newton.)

Second Army Corps 469 6,868 8,728 416 5,629

(Brigadier

General William

Hays).

Third Army Corps 655 11,546 14,105 591 9,013

(Major General

William H.

French.)

Fifth Army Corps 605 9,148 11,478 573 8,322

(Major General

George Sykes).

Sixth Army Corps 791 11,721 14,387 739 10,715

(Major General

John Sedgwick)

Eleventh Army 349 5,697 7,504 321 4,952

Corps (Major

General Oliver

O. Howard.)

Twelfth Army 404 7,125 8,887 369 6,735

Corps (Major

General Henry

W. Slocum).

Cavalry Corps 535 8,979 12,251 3 -

(Major General

Alfred

Pleasonton).

Total 4,531 71,312 90,522 3,480 51,454

Present for duty equipped.

Cavalry. Artillery.

Command. Offi Men. Offic Men Piec Aggrega

cers ers es te

of present

arti and

ller absent.

y

General and staff - - - - - 62

Provost guard - - - - - 1,914

(Brigadier

General Marsena

R. Patrick).

Engineer Brigade - - - - - 1,389

(Brigadier

General Henry

W. Benham).

Battalion U. S. - - - - - 436

Engineers

(Captain George

H. Mendell).

Guards and - - - - - 75

orderlies

(Brigadier

General Rufus

Ingalls).

Artillery Reserve 2 49 50 1,400 80 2,985

(Brigadier

General Robert

O. Tyler).

Signal corps - - - - - 6

(Captain Lemuel

B. Norton).

First Army Corps 2 48 16 509 23 17,451

(Major General

John Newton.)

Second Army Corps - - 14 514 22 19,627

(Brigadier

General William

Hays).

Third Army Corps - - 23 741 42 25,939

(Major General

William H.

French.)

Fifth Army Corps - - 15 436 28 19,692

(Major General

George Sykes).

Sixth Army Corps 5 110 26 771 42 20,866

(Major General

John Sedgwick)

Eleventh Army 5 40 8 541 25 12,716

Corps (Major

General Oliver

O. Howard.)

Twelfth Army - - 11 361 20 14,477

Corps (Major

General Henry

W. Slocum).

Cavalry Corps 470 8,808 1 - 30 25,694

(Major General

Alfred

Pleasonton).

Total 484 9,055 164 5,273 312 163,329

Abstract from tri-monthly return of the Department of Washington, Major General, Samuel P. Heintzelman, U. S. Army, commanding for August 10, 1863.

Command. Office Men Aggrega Aggrega Pieces

rs te te of

present present artill

and ery.

absent

Department 29 154 195 227 -

headquarters

Artillery Camp of 45 1,251 1,454 1,725 60

Instruction (Barry)

Railway guard 24 688 903 924 -

(Tracy)

District of 119 2,397 3,424 4,301 -

Washington

(Martindale)

Defenses North of 201 5,064 6,839 7,250 414

the Potomac

(Haskin)

Fort Washington, Md. 5 106 144 148 73

(Merchant)

Defenses South of 196 4,513 6,043 7,398 425

the Potomac (De

Russy)

King's division 126 2,222 2,674 3,309 6

Cavalry (Lovell) 45 869 1,251 1,553 -

Provisional 11 220 251 256 -

brigades (Casey)

District of 63 1,075 1,339 2,645 6

Alexandria (Slough)

Camp Convalescent, 93 3,240 7,417 7,739 -

&c., (McKelvey)

Total 967 21,799 31,934 37,565 984