War of the Rebellion: Serial 069 Page 0739 Chapter XLVIII. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC. - UNION.

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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

Artillery. ac

Lieutenant Colonel - 1,200 - Do.

E. H. C. Cavins

Lieutenant Colonel - 800 - Do.

J. F. Ramsey, 187th

Pennsylvania

Volunteers.

Colonel Gibson 2nd - 1,800 - Do.

Pennsylvania Heavy

Artillery (112th

Volunteers.)

---- - 78 - Do.

Caw's detachment - 400 - Do.

Eaton's battery - 130 - Do.

Captain Watkins' - 144 - Do.

dismounted cavalry

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

cavalr

y

2 Captain John Roger's Cavalr 80 do. Do.

detachment 1st Rhode y

Island Cavalry

3 Captain Arnold, 5th do. 120 do. Do.

U. S. Cavalry

3 Recruits for 8th Ohio Infant 90 do. Do.

ry

3 Captain J. W. Martin, Artill 95 do. Washing

6th Independent New ery ton.

York Battery.

3 Lieutenant King, do. 120 do. Do.

Company A, 4th U. S.

Artillery.

4 Captain Cormack, Cavalr 12 June Army

provost guard y 4 Potomac

2 Captain W. H. do. 166 June Do.

Cameron, 5th 5

Pennsylvania Cavalry

4 Colonel Fraser, Infant 850 June Do.

Provisional Battalion ry 5,6.

2 Captain Ellenbeck, Cavalr 60 June Do.

22nd New York y 6.

Cavalry.

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

troops

7 Lieutenant Colonel do. 1,140 June Do.

R. L. Bodine, 7,8.

Provisional Battalion.

13 Lieutenant Colonel Cavalr 203 June Do.

B. T. Hutchins, 1st New y 8.

Hampshire Cavalry

8 Captain Wales, 17th Infant 64 do. Do.

U. S. Infantry. ry

3 ---- ----. 38th do. 221 June Do.

Wisconsin and 1st 9

Minnesota

8 Colonel Cooper, 142nd do. 750 June, Bermuda

Ohio National Guard 11. Hundred

.

2 Colonel Joel Haines, do. 762 do. Do.

132nd Ohio National

Guard

2 Lieutenant-Colonel do. 200 June Army

Martin, 58th 4 Potomac

Pennsylvania .

Volunteers.

2 Colonel A. O. do. 392 June Do.

Doolittle, 37th 10

Wisconsin Volunteers

3 Lieutenant-Colonel do. 300 do. Do.

Doty, 179th New York

Volunteers

(detachment).

10 Colonel H. Miller, do. 800 do. Bermuda

163rd Ohio National Hundred

Guard .

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

Battalion. .

10 Lieutenant Collins, do. 60 do. Do.

14th United States

(detachment.)

9 Colonel Armstrong, do. 780 do. Bermuda

134th Ohio National Humdred

Guard .

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