War of the Rebellion: Serial 069 Page 0862 OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C. Chapter XLVIII.

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Organization of troops in the Department of Richmond, commanded by Major General Robert Ransom, jr., May 31, 1864.

Gracie's Brigade.

Brigadier General ARCHIBALD GRACIE, Jr.

41st Alabama, Colonel Martin L. Stansel.

43rd Alabama, Captain William W. Harder.

59th Alabama,

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60th Alabama,

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23rd Battalion Alabama Sharpshooters,

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Maryland Line.

Colonel BRADLEY T. JOHNSON.

2nd Maryland Infantry, Captain James P. Crane.

1st Maryland Cavalry, Lieutenant Colonel Ridgely Brown.

1st Maryland Artillery, Captain William F. Dement.

2nd Maryland Artillery, Captain William H. Griffin.

4th Maryland Artillery,

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Not brigaded.

25th Virginia Battalion, Lieutenant Colonel Wyatt M. Eliott.

Battalion of Cadets, Lieutenant Colonel Scott Shipp.

Holcombe (South Carolina) Legion, Colonel W. Pinkney Shingler.

42nd Virginia Battalion Cavalry, Lieutenant Colonel William T. Robins.

CHAFFIN'S BLUFF.

Heavy Artillery.

Lieutenant Colonel J. M. MAURY.

Light Artillery (Stark's Battalion).

Major ALEXANDER W. STARK.

Mathews (Virginia) Artillery, Captain A. D. Armistead.

McComas (Virginia) Artillery, Captain David A. French.

ARTILLERY DEFENSES.

Lieutenant Colonel JOHN C. PEMBERTON.

First Division (inner line).

Lieutenant Colonel JOHN W. ATKINSON.

10th Virginia Battalion Heavy Artillery, Major James O. Hensley.

19th Virginia Battalion Heavy Artillery, Major N. R. Cary.

Second Division (inner line).

Lieutenant Colonel JAMES HOWARD.

18th Virginia Battalion Heavy Artillery, Major Mark B. Hardin.

20th Virginia Battalion Heavy Artillery, Major James E. Robertson.

Light Artillery.

Lieutenant Colonel C. E. LIGHTFOOT.

Caroline (Virginia) Artillery, Captain Thomas R. Thornton.

Second Nelson (Virginia) Artillery, Captain J. Henry Rives.

Surry (Virginia) Artillery, Captain James D. Hankins.

HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA,

June 1, 1864.

Honorable SECRETARY OF WAR,

Richmond, Va.:

There has been skirmishing along the lines to-day. General Anderson and General Hoke attacked the enemy in their front this forenoon and drove them to their entrenchments. This afternoon the enemy attacked General Heth and were handsomely repulsed by Coke's and Kirkland's brigades. Generals Breckinridge and