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SECOND SEPARATE BRIGADE. *

Lieutenant Colonel WILLIAM B. GUERNSEY. +

26th U. S. Colored Troops, Major Ira Winans.

32nd U. S. Colored Troops, Colonel George, W. Baird.

3rd Rhode Island Heavy Artillery, Company A, Captain William H. Hammer.

2nd U. S. Colored Light Artillery, Battery G, Captain Jeremiah S. Clark.

THIRD SEPARATE BRIGADE. ++

Bvt. Brigadier General MILTON S. LITTLEFIELD.

144th New York, Colonel James Lewis.

25th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel Nathaniel Haughton.

FOURTH SEPARATE BRIGADE. $

Brigadier General ELIAKIM P. SCAMMON.

17th Connecticut, Major Henry Allen.

75th Ohio (two companies), Captain William J. Rannels.

107th Ohio, Captain Philip Setzler.

3rd U. S. Colored Troops, Colonel Benjamin C. Tilghman.

34th U. S. Colored Troops, Lieutenant Colonel William W. Marple.

35th U. S. Colored Troops, Lieutenant Colonel Ammiel J. Willard.

4th Massachusetts Cavalry, Second Battalion, Captain George R. Hurlbut.

3rd New York Light Artillery, Battery F, Captain Samuel C. Day.

DISTRICT OF SAVANNAH.

Bvt. Major General CUVIER GROVER.

SECOND DIVISION, NINTEENTH ARMY CORPS.

Brigadier General HENRY W. BIRGE.

First Brigade.

Colonel HENRY D. WASHBURN.

9th Connecticut (four companies), Captain William A. Lee.

8th Indiana, Major John R. Polk.

18th Indiana, Captain Doil R. Bowden.

12th Maine (four companies), Lieutenant Colonel Edwin Elsley.

14th Maine (four companies), Captain John K. Laing.

14th New Hampshire, Major Flavel L. Tolman.

75th New York (five companies), Lieutenant Colonel Robert P. York.

Second Brigade.

Colonel NICHOLAS W. DAY.

13th Connecticut (five companies), Captain William E. Bradley.

22nd Iowa, Colonel Harvey Graham.

28th Iowa, Lieutenant Colonel Bartholomew W. Wilson.

131st New York, Captain Thomas Tileston.

159th New York, Lieutenant Colonel William Waltermine.

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*Or District of Beaufort.

+Temporarily commanding in absence of Brigadier General Edward E. Potter, commanding Provisional Division in the field.

++Or District of Hilton Head.

$Or District of Florida.

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