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Report of effective force of the First Brigade, First Division, Fourteenth Army Corps, Colonel B. F. Scribner commanding.

Headquarters Infantry

Command Offi Men Total Offic Men Total

cers ers

Headquarters, 4 39 43 --- --- ---

Colonel

B. F. Scribner

38th Indiana --- --- --- 19 184 203

Volunteers,

Lieutenant

Colonel D. F.

Griffin.

33rd Ohio --- --- --- 15 165 180

Volunteers, a

Colonel

O. F. Moore

2nd Ohio --- --- --- 10 190 200

Volunteers,

Captain James

Warnock

94th Ohio --- --- --- 17 176 193

Volunteers,

Major

R. P. Hutchins

10th Wisconsin --- --- --- 3 40 43

Volunteers, b

Captain J. W. Roby

Total infantry 4 39 43 64 755 819

1st Michigan --- --- --- --- --- ---

Battery, c

Lieutenant

A. W. Wilbur

Total infantry 4 39 43 64 755 819

and artillery d

Artillery Total

Command Offic Men Total Offic Men Aggre

ers ers gate

Headquarters, --- --- --- 4 39 43

Colonel

B. F. Scribner

38th Indiana --- --- --- 19 184 203

Volunteers,

Lieutenant

Colonel D. F.

Griffin.

33rd Ohio --- --- --- 15 165 180

Volunteers, a

Colonel

O. F. Moore

2nd Ohio --- --- --- 10 190 200

Volunteers,

Captain James

Warnock

94th Ohio --- --- --- 17 176 193

Volunteers,

Major

R. P. Hutchins

10th Wisconsin --- --- --- 3 40 43

Volunteers, b

Captain J. W. Roby

Total infantry --- --- --- 68 794 862

1st Michigan 2 78 80 2 78 80

Battery, c

Lieutenant

A. W. Wilbur

Total infantry 2 78 80 70 872 942

and artillery d

a The 33rd Ohio has 17 men on detached service guarding cattle.

b The 10th Wisconsin has one company on detached service with train.

c 53 horses and 6 guns; 3 guns serviceable, and 3 guns out of repair but now being made serviceable.

d In addition there are a number of men without arms.

B. F. SCRIBNER,

Colonel, Commanding Brigade.

SEPTEMBER 24, 1863.

Semi-weekly report of effective force of the Third Brigade, First Division, Fourteenth Army Corps, Brig. General John H. King commanding.

Headquarters Infantry

Command Offic Men Total Offic Men Total

ers ers

Brigade 8 12 20 --- --- ---

headquarters,

Brig. General

J. H. King

1st Battalion, --- --- --- 6 117 123

15th Infantry,

Captain A. B. Dod

1st Battalion, --- --- --- 5 113 118

16th Infantry,

Captain R. E. A.

Crofton

1st Battalion, --- --- --- 7 186 193

18th Infantry,

Captain G. W. Smith

2nd Battalion, --- --- --- 6 169 175

18th Infantry,

Captain Henry

Haymond

1st Battalion, --- --- --- 2 84 86

19th Infantry,

Captain R. E. A.

Crofton

Battery H. 5th --- --- --- --- --- ---

Artillery, a

Second Lieutenant

J. A. Fessenden

Total 8 12 20 26 669 695

Artillery Total

Command Offic Men Total Offic Men Aggre

ers ers gate

Brigade --- --- --- 8 12 20

headquarters,

Brig. General

J. H. King

1st Battalion, --- --- --- 6 117 123

15th Infantry,

Captain A. B. Dod

1st Battalion, --- --- --- 5 113 118

16th Infantry,

Captain R. E. A.

Crofton

1st Battalion, --- --- --- 7 186 193

18th Infantry,

Captain G. W. Smith

2nd Battalion, --- --- --- 6 169 175

18th Infantry,

Captain Henry

Haymond

1st Battalion, --- --- --- 2 84 86

19th Infantry,

Captain R. E. A.

Crofton

Battery H. 5th 1 67 68 1 67 68

Artillery, a

Second Lieutenant

J. A. Fessenden

Total 1 67 68 35 748 783

a 54 horses and 6 guns.

JNumbers H. KING,

Brigadier-General, Commanding.

SEPTEMBER 24, 1863