War of the Rebellion: Serial 069 Page 0509 Chapter XLVIII. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-UNION.

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HEADQUARTERS EIGHTEENTH CORPS, June 2, 1864.

General DEVENS,

Commanding Third Division:

GENERAL: General Neill's division, of the Sixth Corps, has been ordered to relieve your division. As fast as he relieves your line you will form in line in rear of General Brooks, so far back of the edge of the woods and between it and the road as to be entirely out of artillery fire. Please report when formed in this new line.

Respectfully, &c.,

N. BOWEN,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

HEADQUARTERS EIGHTEENTH CORPS, June 2, 1864.

General AMES:

GENERAL: The general commanding desires you to send forward as soon as possible all wagons, supplies, ambulances, &c., and beef cattle on the hoof, belonging to this command. You will please join us, with all troops of this corps, as soon as you can leave the White House, according to you first orders from General Smith.

Respectfully, &c.,

N. BOWEN,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

Field report U. S. Forces, White House, Va.

Infantry. Cavalry.

Troops. Officers. Men. Officer. Men.

General and Staff 4 -- -- --

Band -- 11 -- --

3rd New York 14 240 -- --

Volunteers, Captain

A. A. Mann

117th New York 29 615 -- --

Volunteers, Colonel

A. White

142nd New York 28 439 -- --

Volunteers, Colonel

N. M. Curtis

4th New Hampshire 26 493 -- --

Volunteers, Colonel

L. Bell

97th Pennsylvania 18 438 -- --

Volunteers, Colonel

H. R. Guss

38th Wisconsin 12 221 -- --

Volunteers

1st Minnesota 6 161 -- --

Volunteers

(detachment)

58th Massachusetts 3 49 -- --

Volunteers

(detachment)

25th New York -- -- 6 156

Cavalry

(detachment)

24th New York -- -- -- 22

Cavalry

(detachment)

18th Pennsylvania -- -- -- 17

Cavalry

Total 140 2,667 6 195

Attached 6 42 -- --

Total.

Troops. Officers. Men.

General and Staff -- --

Band -- 11

3rd New York Volunteers, Captain A. 14 240

A. Mann

117th New York Volunteers, Colonel A. 29 615

White

142nd New York Volunteers, Colonel N. 28 439

M. Curtis

4th New Hampshire Volunteers, Colonel 26 493

L. Bell

97th Pennsylvania Volunteers, Colonel 18 438

H. R. Guss

38th Wisconsin Volunteers 12 221

11st Minnesota Volunteers (detachment) 6 161

58th Massachusetts Volunteers 3 49

(detachment)

25th New York Cavalry (detachment) 6 156

24th New York Cavalry (detachment) -- 22

18th Pennsylvania Cavalry -- 17

Total 142 2,862

Attached 6 42

HEADQUARTERS U. S. FORCES,

White House Landing, Va., June 2, 1864.

A. AMES,

Brigadier-Commanding.

The Fourth Infantry U. S. Army, and One hundred and thirty-second Ohio Volunteers are not included in this report, having been ordered to report direct to Brigadier General J. J. Abercrombie, commanding post.