List of troops sent to front, &c.-Continued.
FROM BELLE PLAIN AND PORT ROYAL-Continued.
Arrived Arm. Force When Where
Captain Edwards, five - - - Army
batteries Reserve Potom
Lieutenant Colonel - 1,200 - Do.
E. H. C. Cavins
Lieutenant Colonel - 800 - Do.
J. F. Ramsey, 187th
Colonel Gibson 2nd - 1,800 - Do.
---- - 78 - Do.
Caw's detachment - 400 - Do.
Eaton's battery - 130 - Do.
Captain Watkins' - 144 - Do.
Colonel Gregory - 1,400 - Do.
Sent from Belle Plain - 36,645
and Port Royal
FROM WHITE HOUSE.
June 2 General Ames' command Infant 2,334 June Army
ry and 3 Potomac
2 Captain John Roger's Cavalr 80 do. Do.
detachment 1st Rhode y
3 Captain Arnold, 5th do. 120 do. Do.
U. S. Cavalry
3 Recruits for 8th Ohio Infant 90 do. Do.
3 Captain J. W. Martin, Artill 95 do. Washing
6th Independent New ery ton.
3 Lieutenant King, do. 120 do. Do.
Company A, 4th U. S.
4 Captain Cormack, Cavalr 12 June Army
provost guard y 4 Potomac
2 Captain W. H. do. 166 June Do.
Cameron, 5th 5
4 Colonel Fraser, Infant 850 June Do.
Provisional Battalion ry 5,6.
2 Captain Ellenbeck, Cavalr 60 June Do.
22nd New York y 6.
4 Captain Wright, 31st Infant 188 June Do.
U. S. Colored Troops ry 7.
2 Lieutenant Colonel do. 380 do. Do.
J. A. Bross, colored
7 Lieutenant Colonel do. 1,140 June Do.
R. L. Bodine, 7,8.
13 Lieutenant Colonel Cavalr 203 June Do.
B. T. Hutchins, 1st New y 8.
8 Captain Wales, 17th Infant 64 do. Do.
U. S. Infantry. ry
3 ---- ----. 38th do. 221 June Do.
Wisconsin and 1st 9
8 Colonel Cooper, 142nd do. 750 June, Bermuda
Ohio National Guard 11. Hundred
2 Colonel Joel Haines, do. 762 do. Do.
132nd Ohio National
2 Lieutenant-Colonel do. 200 June Army
Martin, 58th 4 Potomac
2 Colonel A. O. do. 392 June Do.
Doolittle, 37th 10
3 Lieutenant-Colonel do. 300 do. Do.
Doty, 179th New York
10 Colonel H. Miller, do. 800 do. Bermuda
163rd Ohio National Hundred
10 Colonel Moore, 148th do. 720 do. Do.
Ohio National Guard
11 Colonel Vodrey, 143rd do. 740 June Do.
Ohio National Guard. 11
10 Lieutenant-Colonel do. 554 do. Army
Neeper, Provisional Potomac
10 Lieutenant Collins, do. 60 do. Do.
14th United States
9 Colonel Armstrong, do. 780 do. Bermuda
134th Ohio National Humdred
JUNE 10, 1864.
JUNE 10, 1864.
Colonel W. HOFFMAN,
Commissary-General of Prisoners, Washington, D. C.:
COLONEL: I have delayed the removal of the colored regiment until wells could be dug, with a view to ascertaining whether the supply of water would be sufficient. I have found water in the only remaining spot suitable for a camp, but the water we