Troops in the Department of Washington, Major General Samuel P. Heintzelman, U. S. Army, commanding, August 31, 1863.
111th New York, Companies B and C, Captain Robert C. Perry.
LIGHT ARTILLERY CAMP OF INSTRUCTION. *
Lieutenant Colonel J. ALBERT MONROE.
Michigan Light, 10th Battery, Captain John C. Schuetz.
1st New York Light, Battery F, Captain William R. Wilson.
1st New York Light, Battery H, Captain Charles E. Mink.
New York Light, 19th Battery, Lieutenant Edward W. Rogers.
Ohio Light, 12th Battery, Captain Aaron C. Johnson.
1st Pennsylvania Light, Battery H, Captain Andrew Fagan.
5th United States, Batteries I and L, Lieutenant Edmund D. Spooner.
1st West Virginia Light, Battery A, Lieutenant George Furst.
1st West Virginia Light, Battery F, Lieutenant James C. Means.
109th New York, Colonel Benjamin F. Tracy.
Major General SILAS CASEY.
13th New York Cavalry, Company H, Captain James P. Batterson.
2nd U. S. Colored Troops (six companies), Lieutenant Colonel Stark Fellows.
DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON.
Brigadier General JOHN H. MARTINDALE, Military Governor.
2nd District of Columbia, Colonel Charles M. Alexander.
14th New Hampshire, Colonel Robert Wilson.
153rd New York, Colonel Edwin P. Davis.
178th New York (battalion), Lieutenant Colonel Charles F. Smith.
27th Pennsylvania, Company F, Captain John M. Carson.
150th Pennsylvania, Company K, Captain Thomas Getchell.
157th Pennsylvania (battalion), Major Thomas H. Addicks.
11th New York Cavalry, Colonel James B. Swain.
U. S. Ordnance Detachment, Lieutenant Colonel George D. Ramsay.
DEFENSES NORTH OF THE POTOMAC. +
Lieutenant Colonel JOSEPH A. HASKIN, Aide-de-Camp, in charge.
Colonel AUGUSTUS A. GIBSON.
2nd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, Colonel Augustus A. Gibson.
1st Vermont Heavy Artillery, Colonel James M. Warner.
Colonel LEWIS O. MORRIS.
1st Maine Heavy Artillery, Colonel Daniel Chaplin.
7th New York Heavy Artillery, Colonel Lewis O. Morris.
9th New York Heavy Artillery, Colonel Joseph Welling.
9th New York Battery, Captain Emil Schubert.
*Brigadier General William F. Barry, chief of artillery, Department of Washington.
+Troops at Advance Battery, Forts Bunker Hill, Reno, Simmons, Slocum, and Summer, and in Washington City.