War of the Rebellion: Serial 082 Page 0470 OPERATIONS IN SE.VA. AND N.C. Chapter LII.

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[Inclosure No. 1.]

Command. Aggregate present.

FIRST DIVISION.

General GRIFFIN.

First Brigade.

121st Pennsylvania Volunteers........

142nd Pennsylvania Volunteers........

149th Pennsylvania Volunteers........

1,628

143rd Pennsylvania Volunteers........

150th Pennsylvania Volunteers........

187th Pennsylvania Volunteers........

Second Brigade.

91st Pennsylvania Volunteers.........

155th Pennsylvania Volunteers........

21st Pennsylvania Cavalry............

1,776

32nd Massachusetts Volunteers.........

22nd Massachusetts Volunteers.........

4th Michigan Volunteers..............

Third Brigade.

18th Massachusetts Volunteers........

1st Michigan Volunteers..............

20th Maine Volunteers................

118th Pennsylvania Volunteers........

1,851

83rd Pennsylvania Volunteers..........

16th Michigan Volunteers.............

44th New York Volunteers.............

SECOND DIVISION.

General AYRES.

First Brigade.

10th U. S. Infantry.....................

11th U. S. Infantry.....................

12th U. S. Infantry.....................

14th U. S. Infantry.....................

1,675

17th U. S. Infantry.....................

5th New York Volunteers...............

140th New York Volunteers.............

146th New York Volunteers.............

Second Brigade.

1st Maryland Volunteers...............

4th Maryland Volunteers...............

7th Maryland Volunteers...............

1,524

8th Maryland Volunteers...............

Purnell Legion Volunteers.............

Command. Aggregate present.

Third Brigade.

6th New York Heavy Artillery.........

15th New York Heavy Artillery........

1,691

THIRD DIVISION.

General CRAWFORD.

First Brigade.

16th Maine Volunteers...............

107th Pennsylvania Volunteers.......

104th New York Volunteers...........

1,797

90th Pennsylvania Volunteers........

39th Massachusetts Volunteers.......

Second Brigade.

11th Pennsylvania Volunteers.........

88th Pennsylvania Volunteers.........

1,409

94th New York Volunteers.............

97th New York Volunteers.............

Third Brigade.

190th Pennsylvania Volunteers........

191st Pennsylvania Volunteers........

1,295

FOURTH DIVISION.

General CUTLER.

First Brigade.

6th Wisconsin Veteran Volunteers.....

7th Wisconsin Veteran Volunteers.....

19th Indiana Veteran Volunteers.......

7th Indiana Volunteers................

886

24th Michigan Volunteers..............

1st New York Battalion Sharpshooters..

Second Brigade.

3rd Delaware Volunteers................

4th Delaware Volunteers...............

56th Pennsylvania Volunteers..........

157th Pennsylvania Volunteers.........

1,180

76th New York Volunteers..............

95th New York Volunteers..............

147th New York Volunteers.............

[Inclosure No. 2.]

HEADQUARTERS FOURTH DIVISION, FIFTH ARMY CORPS, July 26, 1864.

Lieutenant Colonel F. T. LOCKE:

SIR: I have the honor to call the attention of the major-general commanding the corps to the following facts in relation to the Fourth Division, which it is proposed to disband or incorporate with some others. That division, with the exception of three small battalion, was a portion of the old First Corps (First Division). At the commencement of the campaign they, with the brigade transferred to General Griffin in the early part of June, composed the division; that brigade was also a part of the First Corps. It was provided in the order of reorganization that the First Corps should be organized into two divisions and retain their badges and to a certain extent their identity.