War of the Rebellion: Serial 049 Page 0134 OPERATIONS IN N. C., VA., W. VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter XLI.

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Colonel CHARLES R. LOWELL, jr.

2nd Massachusetts (eight companies), Major Casper Crowninshied.

13th New York (seven companies), Major Douglas Frazar.

16th New York (four companies), Major Morris Hazard.



16th Indiana Battery, Captain Charles R. Deming.

4th U. S. Artillery, Regimental Headquarters, Colonel Charles S. Merchant. *

Abstract from return of the Middle Department (Eighth Army Corps), Major General Robert C. Schenck, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of August, 1863.

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General headquarters 21 --- 21 21 -- --

Defenses of Baltimore 32 734 843 1,072 -- 22

Second Separate 46 1,100 1,444 1,688 136 17

Brigade a

Annapolis, Md. 16 400 470 589 -- --

Ford Delaware 36 639 1,025 1,188 -- --

Elysville, Md. 25 211 298 364 -- --

Monocacy Junction, 27 457 526 568 -- --


Relay House, Md. 1 29 32 32 -- --

Delaware Department 21 194 285 358 -- --

Total 225 3,764 4,944 5,880 136 39

a Fort McHenry.

Troops in the Middle Department (Eighth Army Corps), Major General Robert C. Schenck, U. S. Army, commanding, August 31, 1863.


Brigadier General ERASTUS B. TYLER.

1st Delaware Cavalry (four companies), Major Napoleon B. Knight.

Baltimore (Maryland) Light Artillery, Captain Frederick W. Alexander.

Purnell (Maryland) Cavalry, Company B, Captain Thomas H. Watkins.

Maryland Battery A (Junior Artillery), Captain John M. Bruce.

Maryland Battery B (Eagle Artillery), Captain Joseph A. Audoun.

5th New York Heavy Artillery, Companies B and C, Major Casper Urban.

3rd Pennsylvania Artillery, Light Battery H, Captain William D. Rank.

Second Separate Brigade.

Bvt. Brigadier General WILLIAM W. MORRIS.

5th New York Heavy Artillery (six companies), Lieutenant Colonel Edward Murray.

8th New York Heavy Artillery (ten companies), Colonel Peter A. Porter.

2nd U. S. Artillery, Battery I, Lieutenant James E. Wilson.


*Relinquished command of the post August 30.