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ARMY OF THE TENNESSEE.

Major General JAMES B, McPHERSON. a

Major General JOHN A. LOGAN. b

Major General OLIVER O. HOWARD.

ESCORT.

4th Company Ohio Cavalry:

Captain John S. Foster.

Captain John L. King.

1st Ohio Cavalry, Company B, c Captain George F. Conn.

FIFTEENTH ARMY CORPS.

Major General JOHN A. LOGAN.

Brigadier General MORGAN L. SMITH.

Major General JOHN A. LOGAN.

FIRST DIVISION.

Brigadier General PETER L. OSTERHAUS. d

Brigadier General CHARLES R. WOODS.

Major General PETER J. OSTERHAUS.

First Brigade.

Brigadier General CHARLES R. WOODS.

Colonel MILO SMITH.

Brigadier General CHARLES R. WOODS. e

Colonel MILO SMITH.

26th Iowa:

Colonel Milo Smith.

Lieutenant Colonel Thomas G. Ferreby.

Colonel Milo Smith.

Lieutenant Colonel Thomas G. Ferreby.

30th Iowa, Lieutenant Colonel Aurelius Roberts.

27th Missouri:

Colonel Thomas Curly.

Major Dennis O'Connor.

Colonel Thomas Curly.

76th Ohio, Colonel William B. Woods.

Second Brigade.

Colonel JAMES A. WILLIAMSON.

4th Iowa:

Lieutenant Colonel Samuel D. D. Nichols. f

Captain Randolph Sry.

9th Iowa:

Colonel David Carskaddon. g

Major George Granger.

25th Iowa, Colonel George A. Stone.

31st Iowa, Colonel William Smyth.

Third Brigade.

Colonel HUGO WANGELIN.

3rd Missouri, Colonel Theodore Meumann.

12th Missouri:

Lieutenant Colonel Jacob Keacher.g

Major Frederick T. Ledergerber.

17th Missouri, Major Francis Romer.

29th Missouri:

Lieutenant Colonel Joseph S. Gage.

Major Philip H. Murphy.

Colonel Joseph S. Gage.

31st Missouri:

Lieutenant Colonel Samuel P. Simpson.

Major Frederick Jaensch.

Lieutenant Colonel Samuel P. Simpson.

32nd Missouri:

Captain Charles c. Bland.

Major Abraham J. Seay. h

Artillery. i

Major CLEMENS LANDGRAEBER.

2nd Missouri Light, Battery F:

Captain Louis Voelkner.

Lieutenant Lewis A. Winn.

Ohio Light, 4th Battery:

Captain George Froehlich.

Lieutenant Louis Zimmerer.

a Killed July 22. b In command July 22 to 27. c Assigned July 2. d Sick from July 15 to August 15. e Assigned to Third Division, Seventeenth Army Corps, August 22. f Wounded July 22. g Wounded July 28. h In command from May 20. i Chiefs of corps artillery: Major Charles J. Stolbrand (captured May 19), Major C. Waterhouse, Major Thomas D. Maurice (assigned June 25).