War of the Rebellion: Serial 070 Page 0568 OPERATIONS IN N.VA., W.VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter XLIX.

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Troops in the Department of Washington (Twenty-second Army Corps), Major General Christopher C. Augur, U. S. Army, commanding, May 31, 1864.

HEADQUARTERS.

Signal Corps (detachment), Captain William B. Roe.

CAMP OF LIGHT ARTILLERY INSTRUCTION.*

Brigadier General ALBION P. HOWE.

3rd Maine Battery, Captain Ezekiel R. Mayo.

16th Massachusetts Battery, Captain Henry D. Scott.

5th U. S. Artillery, Battery F, Lieutenant Leonard Martin.

5th U. S. Artillery, Battery L, Lieutenant Gulian V. Weir.

DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON.

Colonel MOSES N. WISEWELL.

First Brigade, Veteran Reserve Corps.

Colonel MOSES N. WISEWELL.

1st Regiment, Lieutenant Colonel Frederick E. Trotter.

6th Regiment, Lieutenant Colonel Frederick S. Palmer.

9th Regiment, Colonel George W. Gile.

19th Regiment, Colonel Oscar V. Dayton.

22nd Regiment, Lieutenant Colonel Allan Rutherford.

24th Regiment, Lieutenant Colonel John F. Marsh.

Not brigaded.

27th Pennsylvania, Company F, Captain John M. Carson.

150th Pennsylvania, Company K, Captain Thomas Getchell.

Union Light Guard (Ohio cavalry), Captain George A. Bennett.

U. S. Ordnance Detachment, Major James G. Benton.

HASKINS' DIVISION.

Lieutenant Colonel JOSEPH A. HASKIN.

First Brigade.

Colonel WILLIAM H. HAYWARD.

143rd Ohio, Colonel William H. Vodrey.

150th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel John N. Frazee.

13th Michigan Battery, Captain Callaghan H. O'Riordon.

14th Michigan Battery, Captain Charles Heine.

Second Brigade.

Colonel HIRAM MILLER.

151st Ohio, Colonel John M. C. Marble.

163rd Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel John Dempsey.

170th Ohio, Colonel Miles J. Saunders.

1st Company New Hampshire Heavy Artillery, Captain Charles H. Long.

1st Ohio Light Artillery, Battery L, Captain Frank C. Gibbs.

2nd U. S. Artillery, Battery I, Lieutenant Randolph V. Monteith.

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*Camp Barry, Major James A. Hall commanding.

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