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Organization of troops in the Department of Virginia and North Carolina, commanded by Major General Benjamin F. Butler, U. S. Army, August 31, 1864.

GENERAL HEADQUARTERS.

SECOND CORPS.

Captain LEMUEL B. NORTON.

NAVAL BRIGADE.

Brigadier General CHARLES K. GRAHAM.

ENGINEERS.

1st New York, Captain Samuel C. Eaton.

SIEGE ARTILLERY.

Colonel HENRY L. ABBOT.

1st Connecticut Heavy, Colonel Henry L. Abbot.

13th New York Heavy, Companies A and H, Captain William Pendrell.

3rd Pennsylvania Heavy, Company M, Captain Frederick Korte.

UNATTACHED TROOPS.

13th Company Massachusetts Heavy Artillery, Captain John Pickering, jr.

1st New York Mounted Rifles, Lieutenant Colonel Alexander G. Patton.

TENTH ARMY CORPS.

Major General DAVID B. BIRNEY.

FIRST DIVISION.

Brigadier General ALFRED H. TERRY.

First Brigade.

Colonel JOSHUA B. HOWELL.

39th Illinois, Captain Lewis T. Whipple.

62nd Ohio, Colonel Francis B. Pond.

67th Ohio, Colonel Alvin C. Voris.

85th Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel Edward Campbell.

Second Brigade.

Colonel JOSEPH R. HAWLEY.

6th Connecticut, Major Daniel Klein.

7th Connecticut, Captain Seager S. Atwell.

3rd New Hampshire, Major James F. Randlett.

7th New Hampshire, Colonel Joseph C. Abbott.

16th New York Heavy Artillery (detachment), Major Thomas J. Strong.

Third Brigade.

Colonel HARRIS M. PLAISTED.

10th Connecticut, Major Edwin S. Greeley.

11th Maine, Captain Simeon H. Merrill.

24th Massachusetts, Captain George W. Gardner.

100th New York, Colonel George B. Dandy.

1st Maryland Cavalry (dismounted), Lieutenant Colonel Jacob H. Counselman.