War of the Rebellion: Serial 049 Page 0142 OPERATIONS IN N. C., VA., W. VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter XLI.

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Troops in the Department of Virginia and North Carolina, Major General John G. Foster, U. S. Army, commanding, August 31, 1863.

FORT MONROE, VA.

3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery (nine companies), Colonel Joseph Roberts.

DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA.

Brigadier General HENRY M. NAGLEE.

NORFOLK, VA.

Lieutenant Colonel GEORGE M. GUION.

148th New York, Lieutenant Colonel George M. Guion.

7th New York Battery, Captain Peter C. Regan.

PORTSMOUTH, VA.

Brigadier General GEORGE W. GETTY.

GETTY'S DIVISION. *

Second Brigade.

Brigadier General EDWARD HARLAND.

8th Connecticut, Colonel John E. Ward.

11th Connecticut, Captain William H. Sackett.

15th Connecticut, Colonel Charles L. Upham.

16th Connecticut, Lieutenant Colonel John H. Burnham.

Third Brigade.

Colonel WILLIAM H. P. STEERE.

10th New Hampshire, Colonel Michael T. Donohoe.

13th New Hampshire, Colonel Aaron F. Stevens.

4th Rhode Island, Lieutenant Colonel Martin P. Buffum.

Artillery.

1st Pennsylvania Light, Battery A, Captain John G. Simpson.

5th United States, Battery A, Lieutenant James Gilliss.

Provost Guard.

21st Connecticut, Colonel Arthur H. Dutton.

UNATTACHED.

Artillery. +

Captain FREDERICK M. FOLLETT.

3rd Pennsylvania Heavy, Company F, Captain John A. Blake.

3rd Pennsylvania Heavy, Company G, Captain Joseph W. Sanderson.

3rd Pennsylvania Heavy, Company M, Captain Francis H. Reichard.

4th United States, Battery D, Captain Frederick M. Follett.

4th United States, Battery L, Captain Robert V. W. Howard.

99th New York Infantry (detachment), Lieutenant James A. Flemming.

Cavalry.

Colonel SAMUEL P. SPEAR.

1st New York Mounted Rifles, ++ Colonel Benjamin F. Onderdonk.

11th Pennsylvania, Colonel Samuel P. Spear.

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*The First Brigade serving in Department of the South.

+In Forts Butler, Griswold, Reno, Rodman, and Tillinghast.

++On detached service at Williamsburg.

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