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

DECEMBER 31-Continued.

Infantry. Cavalry.

Command. Officers. Men. Officers. Men.

ARMY OF

THE JAMES.

Twenty-fourth 420 10,991 ........... ..........

Army Corps

(Terry)

Twenty-fifth Army 532 14,074 11 392

Corps

(Weitzel)

Cavalry ........... ........... 85 2,872

Division

(Kautz)

Defenses 119 3,734 ........... ..........

of Bermuda

Hundred

(Ferrero).

Fort 46 1,287 ........... ..........

Pocahontas

(Carr)

4th ........... ........... 11 74

Massachusetts

Cavalry

(Rand)

Total. 1,117 30,086 107 3,338

Grand 3,888 88,253 336 9,723

aggregate.

Artillery. Total.

Command. Officers. Men. Officers Men. Aggrega.

ARMY OF

THE JAMES.

Twenty-fourth 22 1,200 442 12,191 12,638

Army Corps

(Terry)

Twenty-fifth Army 29 833 572 15,299 15,871

Corps

(Weitzel)

Cavalry 7 262 92 3,134 3,226

Division

(Kautz)

Defenses 26 593 145 4,327 4,472

of Bermuda

Hundred

(Ferrero).

Fort 2 135 48 1,422 1,470

Pocahontas

(Carr)

4th ......... ........ 11 74 85

Massachusetts

Cavalry

(Rand)

Total. 86 3,023 1,310 36,447 37,757

Grand 253 9,466 4,477 107,442 111,918

aggregate.

RECAPITULATION.

Arm. August September October November December

31. 30. 31. 30. 31.

Infantry 45,963 66,818 76,637 77,387 92,141

Cavalry. 6,358 7,122 6,295 8,698 10,059

Article-ry 7,846 10,182 8,011 10,294 9,719

Aggrega-te 60,167 84,122 90,943 96,379 111,919

No. 6. Itinerary of the Army of the Potomac and Army of the James.*

ARMY OF THE POTOMAC.

Volunteer Engineer Brigade.

August 1 to 9.-Troops at work on the defenses and policing the river-bank.

August 10.-Bridge a Broadway Landing, on the Appomattox, taken up and brought down to City Point.

August 13.-Eight boats, with material, sent to Captain Lubey, at Jones' Neck. Raft of thirty-six boats with Captain Henderson to Deep Bottom.

August 20.-Eight boats, with material, sent to Captain Lubey, at Jones' Neck. Raft of thirty-six boats, under Captain Slosson, sent to Broadway Landing, and bridge laid.

August 21.-Captain Henderson, with his bridge of thirty-six boats, returned from Deep Bottom.

August 22.-Captain Slosson returned to City Point from Broadway Landing with his bridge of thirty-six boats. During the remainder of the month several experiments were made which showed the practicability of towing pontoon bridges ready laid even against strong tides.

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* From returns of the commands indicated for August to December, 1864.

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