War of the Rebellion: Serial 049 Page 0406 OPERATIONS IN N. C., VA., W. VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter XLI.

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

Present for duty.

Command. Officer Men. Aggrega Aggrega Headquarters

s. te te .

present present

. and

absent.

General 15 . . . 15 15

headquarters

.

First 35 700 827 912 Drummondtown

Separate, Va.

Brigade

(Lockwood).

Second 40 1. 049 1. 521 1. 702 Fort

Separate McHenry, Md.

Brigade

(Morris).

Third 42 850 1. 045 1. 487 Baltimore,

Separate Md.

Brigade (E.

B. Tyler).

District of 13 506 577 668 Wilmington,

Delaware (D. Del.

Tyler).

Annapolis, 19 364 474 520

Md.

(Walte).

Ellicott's 25 474 540 568

Mills, Md.

(Gilpin).

Fort 15 277 437 451

Delaware

(Schoepf).

Relay House, 22 265 342 378

Md.

(Jenkins).

Total. 226 4. 495 5. 778 6. 701

Abstract from return of the Department of West Virginia, Brigadier General Benjamin F. Kelley, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of October, 1863.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers Men. Aggregat Aggrega

. e te

present. present

and

absent.

General headquarters. 6 . . . 6 6

First Division 311 7. 200 8. 679 10. 882

(Sullivan) a.

Second Division 325 7. 612 8. 811 10. 110

(Mulligan) B.

Third Division 192 4. 753 5. 737 6. 782

(Scammon).

First Separate Brigade 174 3. 761 4. 545 5. 336

(Averell).

Wheeling, W. Va. 7 145 264 281

(Thorp).

Total. 1. 015 23. 391 28. 042 33. 397

Pieces of artillery.

Command. Heavy. Field. Headquarters.

General headquarters. . . . . . .

First Division (Sullivan) a. 22 46 Harper's

Ferry.

Second Division (Mulligan) 1 24 New Creek.

B.

Third Division (Scammon). . . . 16 Charleston.

First Separate Brigade . . . 12 Beverly.

(Averell).

Wheeling, W. Va. (Thorp). . . . . . .

Total. 23 98

a See General Orders, Numbers 12, p. 302.

B See General Orders, Numbers 16, p. 365.

Abstract from return of the Department of Virginia and North Carolina, Major General J. G. Foster, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of October, 1863.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers Men. Aggregat

. e

present.

General headquarters. 34 51 92

Fort Monroe, Va. 20 671 936

Newport News, Va. (Heckman). 123 2. 680 3. 580

Norfolk and Portsmouth, Va. 102 2. 026 2. 849

(Barnes).

Portsmouth, Va. (Getty). 211 4. 596 6. 050

Yorktown, Va., and vicinity 179 3. 850 4. 997

(Wistar).

Defenses of New Berne, N. C. 174 2. 886 3. 974

(Peck).

Sub-District of the Albemarle, 63 991 1. 526

N. C. (Wessells).

Sub-District of Beaufort, N. C. 65 914 1. 227

(Jourdan).

Sub-District of the Pamlico, N. 45 1. 138 1. 616

C. (Pickett).

Total. 1. 016 19. 803 26. 847

Pieces of artillery.

Command. Aggregat Heavy. Field.

e

present

and

absent.

General headquarters. 95 . . . . . .

Fort Monroe, Va. 1. 295 . . . . . .

Newport News, Va. (Heckman). 4. 388 . . . . . .

Norfolk and Portsmouth, Va. 3. 580 . . . 6

(Barnes).

Portsmouth, Va. (Getty). 10. 444 . . . 47

Yorktown, Va., and vicinity 5. 776 . . . 24

(Wistar).

Defenses of New Berne, N. C. 5. 967 59 66

(Peck).

Sub-District of the Albemarle, 1. 987 15 13

N. C. (Wessells).

Sub-District of Beaufort, N. C. 1. 904 58 7

(Jourdan).

Sub-District of the Pamlico, N. 1. 961 . . . 6

C. (Pickett).

Total. 37. 397 132 169

a Including signal corps.