1st United States, Batteries K and L, Lieutenant Franck E. Taylor.
2nd United States, Battery D, Lieutenant Edward B. Williston.
Brigadier General JAMES H. WILSON.
Brigadier General JOHN B. McINTOSH.
1st Connecticut, Colonel Erastus Blakeslee.
3rd New Jersey, Lieutenant Colonel Charles C. Suydam.
2nd New York (four companies), Captain Walter C. Hull.
5th New York, Lieutenant Colonel William P. Bacon.
2nd Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel George A. Purington.
18th Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel William P. Brinton.
Brigadier General GEORGE H. CHAPMAN.
3rd Indiana (detachment), Lieutenant Benjamin F. Gilbert.
1st New Hamsphire (seven companies), Colonel John L. Thompson.
8th New York, Lieutenant Colonel William H. Benjamin.
22nd New York, Major Caleb Moore.
1st Vermont, Colonel William Wells.
RESERVE HORSE ARTILLERY BRIGADE.
Captain LA RHETT L. LIVINGSTON.
2nd United States, Batteries B and L, Lieutenant Charles H. Peirce.
2nd United States, Battery M,* Lieutenant Carle A. Woodruff.
3rd Unites States, Batteries C, F, and K, Captain Dunbar R. Ransom.
4th United States, Batteries C and E,* Lieutenant Charles L. Fitzhugh.
Abstract from return of the Department of the East, Major General John A. Dix,+ U. S. Army, commanding, for the mouth of August, 1864.
Command. Officer Men. Aggrega Aggreta Pieces
s. te te of
present present heavy
. and artill
General 89 --- 89 89 ---
City and Harbor of 57 835 1,279 2,249 ---
New York (Hunt)
Hart's Island 7 45 56 99 ---
Boston Harbor and 40 1,419 1,705 1,760 242
Defenses of 11 283 310 392 ---
and Maine Sea-
Other forts 15 634 893 967 ---
Total 219 3,216 4,332 5,556 ---
Troops in the Department of the East, Major General John A. Dix,+ U. S. Army, commanding, August 31, 1864.
CITY AND HARBOR OF NEW YORK.
Brigadier General LEWIS C. HUNT.
Major DICKINSON WOODRUFF.
69th New York State National Guard, Companies D and H, Captain Michael O'Boyle.
3rd United States, Lieutenant Joseph Hale.
12th Unted States (invalid company), Lieutenant Edwin M. Coates.
5th U. S. Artillery (detachment), Lieutenant Thomson P. McElrath.
*Serving with Third Cavalry Division.
+Major General John J. Peck, U. S. Army, second in command.