War of the Rebellion: Serial 095 Page 0706 N. AND SE. VA., N. C., W. VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter LVIII.

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THIRD DIVISION.

First Brigade.

1st Maine Heavy 425 15 10 25 59

Artillery.

110th 324 2 6 8 25

Pennsylvania.

99th Pennsylvania. 550 4 12 16 29

124th New York. 430 1 3 4 9

86th New York. 330 3 4 7 21

73th New York. 219 3 4 7 32

40th New York. 475 2 11 13 27

20th Indiana. 523 7 8 15 28

Second Brigade.

57th Pennsylvania. 551 6 5 11 20

105th 604 3 10 13 21

Pennsylvania.

141st 228 1 2 3 13

Pennsylvania.

5th Michigan. 418 4 8 12 28

93rd New York. 313 8 7 15 48

17th Maine. 491 5 10 15 31

1st Massachusetts. 473 4 9 13 27

Third Brigade.

7th New Jersey. 740 7 9 16 22

8th New Jersey. 627 5 10 15 22

11th New Jersey. 321 4 6 10 31

11th 283 1 3 4 14

Massachusetts.

120th New York. 415 2 6 8 19

Total Third 8.785 87 143 230 26.18

Division.

Artillery Brigade. 1.233 2 5 7 5.67

Total in corps. 23.123 168 409 577 24.95

Respectfully submitted.

CHARLES SMART,

Asst. Surg., U. S. Army, Medical Inspector, Second Army Corps.

Surg. THOMAS A. McPARLIN, U. S. Army,

Colonel and Medical Director, Army of the Potomac.

Numbers 24. Report of Captain John G. Pelton, Fourteenth Connecticut Infantry, Chief of Ambulances.

HEADQUARTERS SECOND ARMY CORPS,

OFFICE CHIEF OF AMUBLANCES,

April 20, 1865.

DOCTOR: I have the honor to submit the following report of the part taken by the Ambulance Corps, Second Army Corps, during the recent successful campaign:

On the evening of March 27 [28] orders were received to be ready to move at 6 o'clock on the following morning, the 28th [29th], with one-half of the ambulances of each division, one medical wagon and one army wagon to each brigade, and one additional wagon to each division for the transportation of forage. The trains were ordered to follow in rear of their respective divisions. The balance of the trains of the corps were ordered to be parked near the Cummings house, all to be