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Troops in the Department of the East, Major General John A. Dix, U. S. Army, commanding, August 31, 1863.

CITY AND HARBOR OF NEW YORK.

Brigadier General EDWARD R. S. CANBY.

NEW YORK CITY.

First Brigade.

Brigadier General ROMEYN B. AYRES.

152nd New York, Colonel Alonzo Ferguson.

2nd United States (six companies), Captain Samuel A. McKee.

3rd United States (six companies), Captain Andrew Sheridan.

4th United States (four companies), Major Frederick T. Dent.

6th United States (five companies), Captain Montgomery Bryant.

7th United States (four companies), Captain P. W. L. Plympton.

10th United States (two companies), Captain William Clinton.

11th United States (six companies), Major Jonathan W. Gordon.

12th United States (eight companies), Major Luther B. Bruen.

14th United States (eight companies), Major Grotius R. Giddings.

17th United States (seven companies), Captain Walter B. Pease.

2nd Vermont, Colonel James H. Walbridge.

3rd Vermont, Colonel Thomas O. Seaver.

4th Vermont, Lieutenant Colonel George P. Foster.

5th Vermont, Lieutenant Colonel John R. Lewis.

6th Vermont, Colonel Elisha L. Barney.

14th New York Cavalry (detachment), Captain George Brenning.

18th New York Cavalry (detachment). *

7th Massachusetts Battery, Captain Phineas A. Davis.

Second Brigade.

Brigadier General THOMAS H. RUGER.

14th Indiana, Lieutenant Colonel Elijah H. C. Cavins.

27th Indiana, Colonel Silas Colgrove.

2nd Massachusetts, Colonel William Cogswell.

3rd Michigan, Colonel Byron R. Pierce.

7th Michigan, Major Sylvanus W. Curtis.

1st Minnesota, Captain Henry C. Coates.

4th Ohio, Major Gordon A. Stewart.

5th Ohio, Colonel John H. Patrick.

7th Ohio, Colonel William R. Creighton.

8th Ohio, Major Albert H. Winslow.

29th Ohio, Colonel William T. Fitch.

66th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel Eugene Powell.

110th Ohio, Colonel J. Warren Keifer.

122nd Ohio, Colonel William H. Ball.

126th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel William H. Harlan.

3rd Wisconsin, Colonel William Hawley.

2nd Connecticut Battery, Captain John W. Sterling.

Artillery.

Captain DUNBAR R. RANSOM.

1st Delaware Battery, Captain Benjamin Nields.

5th United States, Battery C, Lieutenant Gulian V. Weir.

NEW YORK HARBOR.

Davids Island.

Lieutenant Colonel GEORGE W. MEIKEL.

20th Indiana, Companies A, C, E, and H, Lieutenant Colonel George W. Meikel.

20th New York Battery (detachment). *

28th New York Battery (detachment), Lieutenant Robert F. Joyce.

U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps (detachment). *

Fort Hamilton.

Colonel HANNIBAL DAY.

37th Massachusetts, Lieutenant Colonel George L. Montague.

11th New York Heavy Artillery (detachment), Captain Seward F. Gould.

13th New York Heavy Artillery (detachment), Captain George A. Bulmer.

12th United States (headquarters and

Company F), Captain Mathew M. Blunt.

5th U. S. Artillery (headquarters), Lieutenant Thompson P. McElrath.

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*Commander not of record.

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