War of the Rebellion: Serial 088 Page 1150 OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C. Chapter LIV.

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Having had no sleep last night, the command is now resting and feeding. I will await orders here. I have about a dozen prisoners. My wounded amount to half a dozen. None killed as yet reported.

AUGUST V. KAUTZ,

Brigadier-General.

[SEPTEMBER 30, 1864.-For the "effective" of the Union forces operating against Richmond, see Part I, p. 39.]

Abstract from return of the Army of the Potomac, Major General George G. Meade, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of September, 1864.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

General headquarters 38 ......... 38

Provost Guard (Patrick) 45 1,001 1,494

Engineer Brigade (Benham) 36 2,269 2,813

Battalion U. S. Engineers 5 241 285

(Harwood)

Artillery (Hunt) 39 1,128 1,245

Guards and orderlies 1 45 97

(Ingalls)

Signal Corps (Fisher) 9 134 163

Second Army Corps (Hancock) 795 16,316 22,725

Fifth Army Corps (Warren) 637 13,568 19,080

Ninth Army Corps (Parke) 530 14,747 19,551

Second Cavalry Division 146 4,524 6,387

(Gregg)

Total 2,281 53,973 73,878

Pieces of artillery.

Command. Aggregate Heavy. Field.

present

and

absent.

General headquarters 42 ......... ........

Provost Guard (Patrick) 2,044 ......... ........

Engineer Brigade (Benham) 3,213 ......... ........

Battalion U. S. Engineers 346 ......... ........

(Harwood)

Artillery (Hunt) 1,540 ......... 40

Guards and orderlies 102 ......... ........

(Ingalls)

Signal Corps (Fisher) 198 ......... ........

Second Army Corps (Hancock) 46,844 ......... 54

Fifth Army Corps (Warren) 32,829 ......... 44

Ninth Army Corps (Parke) 35,640 ......... 26

Second Cavalry Division 11,136 ......... 4

(Gregg)

Total 133,934 168

Abstract from returns of the Department of Virginia and North Carolina, Major General Benjamin F. Butler, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of September, 1864.

[Compiled mainly from subordinate returns.]

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

General headquarters 28 ....... 28

Signal Corps (Clum) 20 139 164

Naval Brigade (Graham) 27 537 822

13th Company Massachusetts 5 100 124

Heavy Artillery (Pickering)

1st New York Mounted Rifles 12 348 544

(Sumner)

1st New York Engineers 6 303 393

(Serrell)

Siege Artillery (Abbot) 53 1,484 1,714

Tenth Army Corps (Birney) 417 10,867 12,834

Eighteenth Army Corps 356 9,399 11,839

(Weitzel)

Cavalry Division (Kautz) 58 1,492 2,005

District of Eastern Virginia 139 3,984 5,631

(Shepley)

District of North Carolina 236 5,558 7,946

(Harland)

Separate Brigade* (Marston) 65 1,509 1,884

Provisional Brigade (Potter) 207 4,622 5,147

Grant total 1,629 40,342 51,075

Grant total according to 1,633 40,354 49,787

department return

Pieces of artillery.

Command. Aggregate Heavy. Field.

present

and

absent.

General headquarters 29 ....... ........

Signal Corps (Clum) 196 ....... ........

Naval Brigade (Graham) 1,064 ....... ........

13th Company Massachusetts 145 ....... ........

Heavy Artillery (Pickering)

1st New York Mounted Rifles 1,215 ....... 2

(Sumner)

1st New York Engineers 686 ....... ........

(Serrell)

Siege Artillery (Abbot) 2,018 29 54

Tenth Army Corps (Birney) 22,950 ....... 54

Eighteenth Army Corps 25,835 64 ........

(Weitzel)

Cavalry Division (Kautz) 3,051 ....... 6

District of Eastern Virginia 10,790 156 12

(Shepley)

District of North Carolina 10,695 60 40

(Harland)

Separate Brigade* (Marston) 2,337 1 9

Provisional Brigade (Potter) 7,289 ....... ........

Grant total 88,300 310 177

Grant total according to 87,115 394 128

department return

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*Embraces troops at Harrison's Landing and Forts Pocahontas and

Powhatan.

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