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ANNAPOLIS, MD.

Colonel CARLOS A. WAITE.

1st Maryland (Eastern Shore), Company B, Lieutenant William J. Robinson.

2nd Maryland (Eastern Shore), Company B, Captain Charles H. Wicks.

2nd Maryland (Eastern Shore), Company D, Captain W. Wellington Walker.

2nd Maryland Cavalry Companies A, B, C, D, and E, Captain William F. Bragg.

FORT DELAWARE, DEL.

Brigadier General ALBIN SCHOEPF.

Delaware Heavy Artillery (one company), Captain George W. Ahl.

Purnell (Maryland) Legion, Colonel Samuel A. Graham.

Pennsylvania Artillery, Battery A, Captain Stanislaus Mlotkowski.

Pennsylvania Artillery, Battery G, Captain John J. Young.

ELYSVILLE, MD.

3rd Delaware, Colonel Samuel H. Jenkins.

MONOCACY JUNCTION, MD.

3rd Maryland (Potomac Home Brigade), Lieutenant Colonel Charles Gilpin.

RELAY HOUSE, MD.

5th U. S. Artillery (detachment),* Lieutenant Edmund D. Spooner.

DELAWARE DEPARTMENT.

Brigadier General DANIEL TYLER.

6th Delaware (detachment), Captain Charles Heydrick.

Delaware Emergency Artillery (detachment), Lieutenant Thomas Crossley.

Purnell (Maryland) Cavalry (one company), Captain Theodore Clayton.

Abstract from tri-monthly return of the Department of the Susquehanna, Major General Darius N. Couch, U. S. Army, commanding, for August 31, 1863.

Present for

duty.

Command. Offic Men Aggregat Aggregat Piece

ers e e s of

present present field

and artil

absent lery

General 11 --- 11 11 --

headquarters

Gettysburg (Ferry) 7 126 139 187 --

Harrisburg 36 557 1,079 1,994 --

(Stahel)

Philadelphia 72 1,213 1,757 2,844 --

(Cadwalader)

Reading (Sigel) 174 3,335 3,791 4,010 14

West Chester -- 12 26 29 --

York 2 83 +1,088 1,095 --

En route from 1 70 71 83 --

Reading to

Chambersburg

Total 303 5,396 7,962 10,253 14

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*Left for Camp Barry, D. C., August 12.

+Including an aggregate of 1,001 sick in hospital.

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