War of the Rebellion: Serial 087 Page 0015 Chapter LIV] THE RICHMOND CAMPAIGN.

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Numbers 311.-Lieutenant Joseph P. Sanger, Battery D, First U. S. Artillery, of operations August 15-20.

Numbers 312.-Captain Loomis L. Langdon, battery M. First U. S. Artillery, of operations August 25.

Numbers 313.-Lieutenant John R. Myrick, battery E, Third U. S. Artillery, of operations October 7.

Numbers 314.-Major General Edward O. C. Ord, U. S. Army, commanding Eighteenth Army Corps, of operations August 5 and September 28-29.

Numbers 315.-Byt. Major General Godfrey Weitzel, U. S. Army, commanding Eighteenth Army Corps, of operations October 27-28.

Numbers 316.-Brigadier General Joseph B. Carr, U. S. Army, commanding First Division, of operations August 5.

Numbers 317.-Byt. Major General George J. Stannard, U. S. Army, commanding First Division, of operations September 27-29.

Numbers 318.-Brigadier General Gilman Marston, U. S. Army, commanding First Division, of operations October 27-29.

Numbers 319.-Lieutenant Colonel John B. Raulston, eighty-first New York Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations October 27-28.

Numbers 320.-Major Normand Smith, Thirteenth New Hampshire Infantry, of operations september 29-30.

Numbers 321.-Lieutenant Colonel Joab N. Patterson, Second New Hampshire Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations October 26-28.

Numbers 322.-Brigadier General Adelbert Ames, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division, of operations August 5.

Numbers 323.-Brigadier General Charles A. Heckman, U. s. Army, commanding Second Division, of operations October 27-28.

Numbers 324.-Colonel Josiah Pickett, Twenty-fifth Massachusetts Infantry, First brigade, of operations June 18-December 16.

Numbers 325.-Lieutenant Colonel John B. Murray, one hundred and forty-eighth New York infantry,of operations October 27.

Numbers 326.-Major Joseph C. brooks, Ninth Vermont Infantry, Second Brigade, of operations September 29-October 7.

Numbers 327.-Colonel Harrison S. Fairchild, Eighty-ninth New york Infantry, commanding Third Brigade,of operations october 27.

Numbers 328.-Major Frank W. Tremain, Eighty-ninth New york Infantry, of operations October 27-28.

Numbers 329.-Major Samuel K. Vaughan, Nineteenth Wisconsin Infantry, of operations October 27-28.

Numbers 330.-Colonel Alonzo G. Draper, Thirty-sixth U. S. colored Troops, commanding Third Division, of operations october 27.

Numbers 331.-Captain Albert Janes, Twenty-second U. S. colored Troops, First brigade, of operations September 29-30.

Numbers 332.-Lieutenant Colonel Ira C. Terry, Twenty-second U. S. colored Troops, of operations October 27-28.

Numbers 333.-Colonel Alonzo G. Draper, Thirty-sixth U. S. colored Troops, commanding Second brigade, of operations September 29.

Numbers 334.-Lieutenant Wallace F. Randolph, Fifth U. S. Artillery, Acting Aide-de-Camp, Artillery Brigade, of operations October 27. Numbers 335.-Brigadier General august V. Kauyz, U. S. Army, commanding Cavalry Division, of operations September 16-17, October 7, and December 10.

Numbers 336.-Colonel Robert M. West, Fifth Pennsylvania Cavalry, commanding First Brigade, of operations October 7 and December 10.

Numbers 337.-Colonel George W. Lewis, Third New York Cavalry,of operations September 6.

Numbers 338.-Lieutenant Colonel Ferris Jacobs, jr., Third new York Cavalry,of operations September 16-17 and October 7.