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Organization of troops in the Middle Military Division, commanded by Major General Winfield S. Hancock, U. S. Army, February 28, 1865.

GENERAL HEADQUARTERS.

26th Massachusetts Infantry, Lieutenant Colonel William H. Chapman.

5th New York Cavalry, Colonel Amos H. White.

Signal Corps (detachment), Captain Ocran H. Howard.

DEPARTMENT OF WASHINGTON.

Major General CHRISTOPHER C. AUGUR.

SIGNAL CORPS.

Captain WILLIAM B. ROE.

LIGHT ARTILLERY DEPOT AND CAMP OF INSTRUCTION.

Brigadier General ALBION P. HOWE.*

Camp Barry, D. C.

Lieutenant Colonel JAMES A. HALL.

Baltimore Battery, Lieutenant H. Eugene Alexander.

New York Light, 30th Battery, Lieutenant Conrad Carrolien.

Pennsylvania Light, Battery C, Captain James Thompson.

Pennsylvania Light, Battery H, Lieutenant Edward H. Nevin, jr.

2nd United States, Batteries C and E, Lieutenant James S. Dudley.

3rd United States, Battery I, Lieutenant John G. Turnbull.

4th United States, Battery A, Lieutenant Rufus King, jr.

4th United States, Battery F, Lieutenant Henry A. Huntington.

4th United States, Battery G, Captain Charles B. Throckmorton.

4th United States, Battery H, Lieutenant Charles C. Parsons.

5th United States, Battery M, Captain James McKnight.

1st West Virginia Light, Battery E, Captain Alexander C. Moore.

PROVISIONAL BRIGADES.

Major General SILAS CASEY.

45th U. S. Colored Troops (four companies), Captain Wilhelm von Bechtold.

Detachments 2nd, 7th, 10th, 27th, 28th, 29th, 38th, and 39th U. S. Colored Troops and unassigned troops, Lieutenant Edmund L. McCalley.

Detachments 16th, 23rd, 34th, and 102nd U. S. Colored Troops, Lieutenant Henry Whitney.

HARDIN'S DIVISION.+

Brigadier General MARTIN D. HARDIN.

First Brigade.

Colonel CHARLES H. LONG.

Michigan Light Artillery, 13th Battery, Captain Charles Dupont.

1st New Hampshire Heavy Artillery, Lieutenant Colonel Ira McL. Barton.

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*Inspector of artillery, U. S. Army.

+Headquarters at Washington City. Troops at Forts Ball, Baker, Bayard, Bunker Hill, Carroll, Davis, De Russy, De Pont, Gaines, Greble, Kearny, Lincoln, Mahan, Mansfield, Meigs, Reno, Ricketts, Saratoga, Simmons, Slemmer, Slocum, Snyder, Stanton, Stevens, Thayer, Totten, Wagner, and Batteries Cameron, Parrott, Smead, and Vermont.

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