War of the Rebellion: Serial 100 Page 0584 OPERATIONS IN N. C., S. C., S. GA., AND E. FLA. Chapter LIX.

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Name Command Station

Major General J. Army of the Camp near Silver

A. Logan. Tennessee Springs

Major General W. Fifteenth Army Camp near Meridian

B. Hazen. Corps Hill

Major General C. First Division Camp near Crystal

R. Woods. Spring.

Brigadier General First Brigade, Do.

W. B. Woods. First Division

Brigadier General Second Division Camp near

J. M. Oliver. Brightwood.

Major General J. Fourth Division Seventh street toll

M. Corse. gate.

Brigadier General First Brigade, With troops.

E. W. Rice. Fourth Division

Brigadier General Second Brigade, Absent till 31st

W. T. Clark. Fourth Division instant.

Brigadier General Third Brigade, With troops.

R. Rowett. Fourth Division

Major General F. Seventeenth Army Do.

P. Blair. Corps

Brigadier General First Division Fourteenth street,

M. F. Force. near Piney Branch.

Brigadier General First Brigade, Do.

J. W. Fuller. First Division

Brigadier General Second Brigade, Do.

J. W. Sprague. First Division

Brigadier General Third Brigade, Do.

J. Tillson. First Division

Major General M. Third Division Do.

D. Leggett

Brigadier General Second Brigade, Do.

R. K. Scott. Third Division

Brigadier General First Brigade, Do.

C. Ewing. Third Division

Major General G. Fourth Division Do.

A. Smith.

Brigadier General First Brigade, Do.

B. F. Potts. Fourth Division

Brigadier General Second Brigade, Do.

C. J. Stolbrand. Fourth Division

Brigadier General Third Brigade, Do.

W. W. Belknap. Fourth Division

Major General H. Army of Georgia Near Hoover's farm.

W. Slocum.

Major General J. Twentieth Army Near Bladensburg.

A. Mower. Corps

Major General A. First Division Near Hoover's farm.

S. Williams.

Major General J. Second Division Do.

W. Geary.

Bvt. Major Third Division,

General W. T. Twentieth Army

Ward. Corps

Brigadier General Third Brigade,

J. S. Robinson. First Division,

Twentieth Army

Corps

Brigadier General Second Brigade,

P. H. Jones. Second Division

Twentieth Army

Corps

Bvt. Brigadier First Brigade,

General J. L. First Division,

Selfridge. Twentieth Army

Corps

Bvt. Brigadier Second Brigade,

General W. First Division,

Hawley. Twentieth Army

Corps

Bvt. Brigadier Third Brigade,

General S. J. Second Division,

McGroarty. Twentieth Army

Corps. *

Bvt. Brigadier . . . . . . do . . Near Bladensburg

General H. A. . . . . . .

Barnum.

Bvt. Brigadier First Brigade, Do.

General A. Second Division,

Pardee, Jr. Twentieth Army

Corps

Bvt. Brigadier Third Brigade, Near Fort Lincoln

General W. Third Division,

Cogswell. Twentieth Army

Crops

Bvt. Brigadier First Brigade, Do.

General B. Third Division,

Harrison. Twentieth Army

Corps

Bvt. Brigadier Second Brigade, Do.

General D. Third Division,

Dustin. Twentieth Army

Corps.

Bvt. Brigadier 136th New York Do.

General J. Wood. Volunteers

Bvt. Brigadier 102nd Illinois Do.

General F. Smith. Volunteers

Bvt. Major Fourteenth Army In camp.

General J. C. Corps

Davis.

Brigadier General First Division, Do.

C. C. Walcutt. Fourteenth Army

Corps

Bvt. Brigadier First Brigade, Do.

General H. C. First Division,

Hobart. Fourteenth Army

Corps

Bvt. Brigadier Second Brigade, Do.

General G. P. First Division,

Buell. Fourteenth Army

Corps

Bvt. Major Second Division, Do.

General J. D. Fourteenth Army

Morgan. Corps

Brigadier General First Brigade, Do.

W. Vandever. Second Division,

Fourteenth Army

Corps.

Brigadier General Second Brigade, Do.

J. G. Mitchell. Second Division,

Fourteenth Army

Corps

Bvt. Brigadier Third Brigade, Do. +

General B. D. Second Division,

Fearing. Fourteenth Army

Corps

Brigadier General Third Division, Absent, wounded. +

A. Baird. Fourteenth Army

Corps

Brigadier General Third Brigade, In camp.

G. S. Greene. Third Division,

Fourteenth Army

Corps

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*McRoarty commanded his regiment (Eighty-second Ohio) in the Third, First Division, Twentieth Corps.

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+So in original, but Fearing was "absent, wounded," and Baird was in command of his division.

Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

W. T. SHERMAN,

Major-General, Commanding.