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Weekly report of effective force of the Third and Fourth Divisions, Seventeenth Army Corps, Major General Frank P. Blair commanding, August 18, 1864.

Headquarters

Command Officer Men Total

Seventeenth Army Corps, general and 20 200 220

staff

Third Division, general a and staff 14 40 54

20th Illinois Infantry Volunteers, ...... ...... .....

Captain J. H. Austin

First Brigade, Colonel G. E. 6 38 44

Bryant

Second Brigade, Lieutenant Colonel 6 28 34

G. F. Wiles

Third Brigade, Major Asa Worden 4 22 26

Artillery, Captain W. S. Williams 1 2 3

Total 31 130 161

Fourth Division, general b and 11 53 64

staff

First Brigade, Colonel B. F. Potts 6 29 35

Second Brigade, Colonel John Logan ........ ..... ......

C

Third Brigade, Brigadier General 7 10 17

W. Belknap

Artillery, Captain W. Z. Clayton ....... ..... .....

Pioneer corps, Captain J. H. Davis ....... ...... .....

Detachment Thirty-third Wisconsin ....... ..... .....

Infantry, Lieutenant Stark

Total 24 92 116

Grand total 75 422 497

Infantry

Command Officers Men Total

Seventeenth Army Corps, general and ........ ..... .....

staff

Third Division, general a and staff ...... .... .....

20th Illinois Infantry Volunteers, 3 35 38

Captain J. H. Austin

First Brigade, Colonel G. E. Bryant 42 1,208 1,250

Second Brigade, Lieutenant Colonel G. 38 797 835

F. Wiles

Third Brigade, Major Asa Worden 26 584 610

Artillery, Captain W. S. Williams ....... .... ......

Total 109 2,624 2,733

Fourth Division, general b and staff ....... .... .....

First Brigade, Colonel B. F. Potts 56 1,128 1,184

Second Brigade, Colonel John Logan C ....... ..... .....

Third Brigade, Brigadier General W. 41 944 985

Belknap

Artillery, Captain W. Z. Clayton ....... ..... .....

Pioneer corps, Captain J. H. Davis 3 88 91

Detachment Thirty-third Wisconsin 1 61 62

Infantry, Lieutenant Stark

Total 101 2,221 2,322

Grand total 210 4,845 5,055

Artillery

Command Officers Men Total

Seventeenth Army Corps, general and ....... ..... ......

staff

Third Division, general a and staff ...... ..... ......

20th Illinois Infantry Volunteers, ...... ...... ......

Captain J. H. Austin

First Brigade, Colonel G. E. ...... ..... ......

Bryant

Second Brigade, Lieutenant Colonel ...... ..... .....

G. F. Wiles

Third Brigade, Major Asa Worden ....... ..... ......

Artillery, Captain W. S. Williams 7 315 322

Total 7 315 322

Fourth Division, general b and ........ ..... ......

staff

First Brigade, Colonel B. F. Potts ....... ..... ......

Second Brigade, Colonel John Logan ....... ...... ......

c

Third Brigade, Brigadier General ....... ..... ......

W. W. Belknap

Artillery, Captain W. Z. Clayton 9 364 373

Pioneer corps, Captain J. H. Davis ....... .... ......

Detachment thirty-third Wisconsin ....... .... ......

Infantry, Lieutenant Stark

Total 9 364 373

Grand total 16 679 695

Total

Command Officers Men Aggregate Horses Guns

Seventeenth Army 20 200 220 ..... ....

Corps, general and

staff

Third Division, 14 40 54 .... ....

general a and

staff

20th Illinois 3 35 1,246 .... ....

Infantry

Volunteers,

Captain J. H.

Austin

First Brigade, 48 1,246 825 ..... ....

Colonel G. E.

Bryant

Second Brigade, 44 825 606 ..... ....

Lieutenant

Colonel G. F.

Wiles

Third Brigade, 30 606 317 ..... ....

Major Asa Worden

Artillery, Captain 8 317 325 166 14

W. S. Williams

Total 147 3,069 3,216 166 14

Fourth Division, 11 53 64 ..... ....

general b and

staff

First Brigade, 62 1,157 1,219 ...... ....

Colonel B. F.

Potts

Second Brigade, ....... ..... ....... ..... ....

Colonel John

Logan c

Third Brigade, 48 954 1,002 ..... ....

Brigadier General

W. W. Belknap

Artillery, Captain 9 364 373 205 14

W. Z. Clayton

Pioneer corps, 3 88 91 ..... ....

Captain J. H.

Davis

Detachment thirty- 1 61 62 ..... ....

third Wisconsin

Infantry,

Lieutenant Stark

Total 134 2,677 2,811 205 14

Grand total 301 5,946 6,247 371 28

a Brigadier General Charles R. Woods.

b Brigadier General G. A. Smith.

c At Marietta, Ga.

FRANK P. BLAIR, JR.,

Major-General, Commanding.

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