War of the Rebellion: Serial 070 Page 0569 Chapter XLIX. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-UNION.

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Third Brigade.

Lieutenant Colonel JOHN H. OBERTEUFFER.

Massachusetts Unattached Heavy Artillery (seven companies).*

1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery (three companies), Major Joseph M. Knap.

FORT FOOTE.

2nd Company New Hampshire Heavy Artillery, Captain Ira McL. Barton.

CAVALRY DEPOT.

Colonel GEORGE A. H. BLAKE.

U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps (three companies), Captain Lindsey D. Sims.

CAVALRY DIVISION.

Colonel WILLIAM GAMBLE.

[Detachments from Army of the Potomac.]

Colonel HORACE BROOKS.

4th U. S. Artillery (regimental headquarters), Colonel Horace Brooks.

Maine Coast Guard, Company A, Captain Charles Barker.

DISTRICT OF ALEXANDRIA.

Brigadier General JOHN P. SLOUGH.

1st District of Columbia (four companies), Lieutenant Colonel Robert Boyd.

2nd District of Columbia, Colonel Charles M. Alexander.

Pennsylvania Light Artillery, Battery H, Captain William Borrowe.

8th Illinois Cavalry, Company D,+ Captain Henry J. Hotopp.

1st Michigan Cavalry, Company D,+ Captain Thurlow W. Lusk.

3rd U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps, Lieutenant Colonel John Speidel.

12th U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps, Colonel Addison Farnsworth.

RENDEZVOUS FOR DRAFTED MEN.

Brigadier General HENRY S. BRIGGS.

9th U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps (detachment), Lieutenant Colonel Robert E. Johnston.

11th U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps, Company B, Lieutenant Eli H. Mix.

16th U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps, Company F, Captain Nathan H. Randlett.

U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps (detachment), Captain Thomas Leddy.

RENDEZVOUS OF DISTRIBUTION.

Lieutenant Colonel SAMUEL McKELVY.

14th U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps,

21st U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps, Company F,

Lieutenant Colonel Carlile Boyd.

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*The 6th,7th,8th,9th,10th,11th, and 12th Independent Companies; afterward in the 3rd Regiment Heavy Artillery.

+Constituting, with detachment of 12th U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps, the command of Lieutenant Colonel Henry H. Wells, provost-marshal-general, Defenses south of the Potomac.

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