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Abstract from tri-monthly returns showing the "present for duty equipped," &c.,-Cont'd.

JULY 31.

Infantry Cavalry Artillery.

Command. Officer Men Office Men Officer

s rs s

ARMY OF THE

POTOMAC.

Provost Guard 52 733 8 156 -

(Patrick)

Artillery (Hunt) - - - - 59

Second Army Corps 767 10,941 - - 125

(Hancock)

Fifth Army Corps 817 14,518 - - 37

(Warren)

Ninth Army Corps 428 9,127 1 61 32

(Burnside)

Cavalry Corps - - 329 5,768 -

(Sheridan)

Total 2,064 35,319 338 5,985 253

ARMY OF THE JAMES

Tenth Army Corps 587 11,741 17 261 26

(Birney)

Eighteenth Army 411 9,688 - - 40

Corps (Ord)

Cavalry Division - - 78 1,880 3

(Kautz)

1st Connecticut - - - - 43

Heavy Artillery

(Abbot)

1st New York - - 16 361 -

Mounted Rifles

(Patton)

1st Pennsylvania - - - - 3

Light Artillery,

Battery A

(Simpson)

U. S. Colored 67 2,183 - - -

Troops (at Point

of Rocks)

37th New Jersey 26 476 - - -

(Grubb)

3rd New York - - - - 4

Light Artillery,

Battery E

(Mowers)

Total 1,091 24,088 111 2,502 119

Grand total 3,155 59,407 449 8,487 372

Artillery Total

Command. Men Officers Men Aggregat

e

ARMY OF THE

POTOMAC.

Provost Guard - 60 889 949

(Patrick)

Artillery (Hunt) 1,586 59 1,586 1,645

Second Army Corps 2,779 892 13,720 14,612

(Hancock)

Fifth Army Corps 1,157 854 15,675 16,529

(Warren)

Ninth Army Corps 1,051 461 10,239 10,700

(Burnside)

Cavalry Corps - 329 5,768 6,097

(Sheridan)

Total 6,573 2,655 47,877 50,532

ARMY OF THE JAMES

Tenth Army Corps 730 630 12,732 13,362

(Birney)

Eighteenth Army 1,194 451 10,882 11,333

Corps (Ord)

Cavalry Division 133 81 2,013 2,094

(Kautz)

1st Connecticut 762 43 762 805

Heavy Artillery

(Abbot)

1st New York - 16 361 377

Mounted Rifles

(Patton).

1st Pennsylvania 111 3 111 114

Light Artillery,

Battery A

(Simpson)

U. S. Colored - 67 2,183 2,250

Troops (at Point

of Rocks)

37th New Jersey - 26 476 502

(Grubb)

3rd New York 120 4 120 124

Light Artillery,

Battery E

(Mowers.)

Total 3,050 1,321 29,640 30,961

Grand total 9,623 3,976 77,517 81,493

No. 6. Itinerary of the Army of the Potomac and Army of the James, &c.

ARMY OF THE POTOMAC.

SECOND ARMY CORPS.#

June 12 and 13. - Moved by Long Bridge, on the Chickahominy, to Charles City Court-House.

June 14 to 15.-Crossed James River by boat at Wilcox's Landing.

June15,- Moved to Petersburg.

June 16. - Assault on the enemy's position near the Friend house, gaining ground and carrying rifle-pits.

June 17, - Major-General Hancock relinquished command to Major-General Birney.

June 18.- Enemy withdrew to another position. At 12 m. unsuccessful attack on enemy's position . At 4.30 p.m. second attack unsuccessful.

June 21.- Moved to the left, crossing Jerusalem plank road to William's house; took position on the left; First Division skirmishing with the enemy and capturing prisoners.

June 22. - Unsuccessful attempt to advance the line on the left; loss of prisoners and 4 guns.

*From returns of the commands indicated for June and July, 1864.

#Commanded by Major General Winfield S. Hancock.