Troops in the Department of East, Major General John A. Dix, U. S. Army, commanding, May 31, 1864.
CITY AND HARBOR OF NEW YORK.
Brigadier General P. REGIS DE TROBRIAND.
37th New York State National Guard.*
3rd United States, Captain Andrew Sheridan.
6th United States, Captain Montgomery Bryant.
7th United States, Companies A, B, D, E, G, I, and K, Captain Gurden Chapin.
31st U. S. Colored Troops (detachment), Lieutenant Henry L. Lawton.
21st U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps, Company C, Captain Michael Walsh.
21st U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps, Company E, Captain Charles W. Gibbs.
110th Company U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps, Captain Dennis A. Dolan.
20th New York Battery,+ Lieutenant Charles J. Chatfield.
28th New York Battery,+ Captain Josiah C. Hannum.
[Note on original return.]-The balance of the troops borne on the face of this return is composed of small detachments from various regiments, militia, &c.
Abstract from return of the Department of the Susquehanna, Major General Darius N. Couch, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of May, 1864.
Command. Office Men. Aggrega Aggregat
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General headquarters 9 --- 9 9
Philadelphia 12 259 275 828
Pottsville 3 --- 3 3
Harrisburg 11 141 152 152
Pittsburg 11 5 16 23
Chelton Hill 14 381 395 444
Total 60 786 850 1,459
Troops in the Department of the Susquehanna, Major General Darius N. Couch, U. S. Army, commanding, May 31, 1864.
Major General GEORGE CADWALADER.
186th Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel Henry A. Frink.
Pennsylvania Light Artillery, Battery I, Captain Robert J. Nevin.
Lieutenant Colonel JAMES V. BOMFORD.
Patapsco (Maryland) Guards (detachment), Lieutenant Lemuel Bowley.
50th Company U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps (detachment), Captain Robert T. Knox.
1st New York Light Artillery, Battery A, Captain Thomas H. Bates.
*Commander not of record.
+Serving as heavy artillery.