War of the Rebellion: Serial 049 Page 0405 Chapter XLI. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC. -UNION.

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[Inclosure.]

Number of horses-

Command. Received. Lost in Turned Number

action. in. of

recruits

furnishe

d.

6th U. S. 663 440 492 6

Cavalry.

First Division. 8. 228 1. 804 4. 951 179

Second Division. 4. 943 2. 217 3. 554 258

Third Division. 4. 842 3. 409 3. 653 242

Total. 18. 676 7. 870 12. 350 685

Abstract from return to the Army of the Potomac, Major General George G. Meade, U. S. Army, commanding, for the moth of October, 1863. a

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

General headquarters b. 130 1. 080 1. 364

Engineer troops (Benham 46 1. 224 1. 527

and Mendell).

Artillery reserve (Hunt). 89 2. 602 2. 974

First Army Corps (Newton). 623 11. 473 13. 819

Second Army corps 682 10. 720 12. 556

(Warren).

Third Army Corps (French). 881 15. 668 18. 659

Fifth Army Corps (Sykes). 661 11. 273 13. 135

Sixth Army Corps 916 15. 063 17. 734

(Sedgwick).

Cavalry Corps 652 10. 538 13. 687

(Pleasonton).

Total. 4. 680 79. 641 95. 455

Pieces of artillery.

Command. Aggregate Heavy. Field.

present

and

absent.

General headquarters b. 1. 943 . . . . . .

Engineer troops (Benham 1. 875 . . . . . .

and Mendell).

Artillery reserve (Hunt). 4. 301 8 80

First Army Corps (Newton). 21. 787 . . . 34

Second Army corps 22. 640 . . . 31

(Warren).

Third Army Corps (French). 28. 184 . . . 46

Fifth Army Corps (Sykes). 20. 049 . . . 32

Sixth Army Corps 23. 813 . . . 46

(Sedgwick).

Cavalry Corps 27. 263 . . . 30

(Pleasonton).

Total. 151. 855 8 299

a For abstract from the tri-monthly returns of this army for October 10 and 20, see Part I, p. 226.

b Including provost guard, orderlies, and signal corps.

Abstract from return of the Department of Washington, Major General Christopher C. Augur, U. S. Army, commanding, for the moth of October, 1863.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

General headquarters. 28 22 50

Artillery Camp of 49 1. 346 1. 595

Instruction (Barry).

District of Washington 129 2. 221 3. 446

(Martindale) a.

Defenses North of the 213 5. 676 7. 218

Potomac (Haskin).

Provisional brigades 38 939 1. 103

(Casey).

Defenses South of the 229 4. 875 6. 435

Potomac (De Russy).

Corcoran's division 128 2. 226 2. 734

(formerly King's)

Cavalry forces (Lowell). 56 804 1. 314

District of Alexandria 91 1. 303 1. 908

(Slough) b.

Camp Convalescent, &c. 77 1. 553 6. 020

(McKelvy).

Falls Church, Va. 19 567 680

(Tracy).

Glymont Landing, Md. 6 59 127

(Sharra).

Government farms (Greene) 5 77 97

c.

For Washington, Md. 7 129 173

(Brooks).

Total. 1. 075 21. 797 32. 900

Pieces of artillery.

Command. Aggregate Heavy. Field.

present

and

absent.

General headquarters. 51 . . . . . .

Artillery Camp of 1. 745 . . . 60

Instruction (Barry).

District of Washington 4. 269 . . . . . .

(Martindale) a.

Defenses North of the 7. 814 . . . . . .

Potomac (Haskin).

Provisional brigades 1. 237 . . . . . .

(Casey).

Defenses South of the 7. 795 326 118

Potomac (De Russy).

Corcoran's division 3. 417 . . . 6

(formerly King's)

Cavalry forces (Lowell). 1. 921 . . . . . .

District of Alexandria 3. 253 . . . 6

(Slough) b.

Camp Convalescent, &c. 6. 561 . . . . . .

(McKelvy).

Falls Church, Va. 982 . . . . . .

(Tracy).

Glymont Landing, Md. 168 . . . . . .

(Sharra).

Government farms (Greene) 128 . . . . . .

c.

For Washington, Md. 177 70 3

(Brooks).

Total. 39. 518 396 193

a Including 1st District of Columbia Cavalry.

b And 164th New York.

c Detachment of 11th New York, before reported at general headquarters.