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UNATTACHED TROOPS.

2nd New Hampshire, Lieutenant Colonel Joab N. Patterson.

79th New York (two companies), Captain Andrew D. Baird.

CAVALRY DIVISION.

Brigadier General AUGUST V. KAUTZ.

First Brigade.

Colonel ROBERT M. WEST.

3rd New York, Colonel George W. Lewis.

5th Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel Christopher Kleinz.

Second Brigade.

Colonel SAMUEL P. SPEAR.

1st District of Columbia, Major J. Stannard Baker.

11th Pennsylvania, Major Franklin A. Stratton.

Artillery.

4th Wisconsin Battery, Captain George B. Easterly.

DISTRICT OF EASTERN VIRGINIA.

Brigadier General ISRAEL VODGES.

PORTSMOUTH.

Brigadier General ISRAEL VODGES.

155th Ohio, Colonel Harley H. Sage.

1st United States Volunteers, Lieutenant Colonel Charles A. R. Dimon.

20th New York Cavalry, Colonel Newton B. Lord.

2nd Massachusetts Heavy Artillery, 3rd Battalion, Lieutenant Colonel Augustus B. R. Sprague.

New York Light Artillery, 8th Battery, Captain Butler Fitch.

13th New York Heavy Artillery, Lieutenant Colonel James J. Walsh

2nd U. S. Colored Artillery, Battery B, Captain Francis C. Choate.

NORFOLK.

20th New York Cavalry, Company M, Captain Frederick Stewart.

FORT MONROE.

Colonel JOSEPH ROBERTS.

3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, Colonel Joseph Roberts.

U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps, 2nd Battalion, Captain William O. Sides.

EASTERN SHORE.

Colonel SAMUEL S. FISHER.

138th Ohio, Colonel Samuel S. Fisher.

FORT MEGRUDER.

Colonel JOSEPH J. MORRISON.

16th New York Heavy Artillery (detachment), Colonel Joseph J. Morrison.

1st New York Mounted Rifles (detachment), Captain Minott A. Pruyn.