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TWO YEARS.

Arm of service Infantry Artillery. Total.

1st Regiment 799 --- ---

2nd Regiment 785 --- ---

3rd Regiment 796 --- ---

4th Regiment 786 --- ---

5th Regiment 803 --- ---

6th Regiment 783 --- ---

7th Regiment 779 --- ---

8th Regiment 780 --- ---

9th Regiment 788 --- ---

10th Regiment 778 --- ---

11th Regiment 1,043 --- ---

12th Regiment 1,292 --- ---

13th Regiment 756 --- ---

14th Regiment 782 --- ---

15th Regiment 782 --- ---

16th Regiment 825 --- ---

17th Regiment 783 --- ---

18th Regiment 781 --- ---

20th Regiment 778 --- ---

21th Regiment 758 --- ---

Arm of service Infantry Artillery. Total.

22nd Regiment 781 --- ---

23rd Regiment 781 --- ---

24th Regiment 781 --- ---

25th Regiment 779 --- ---

26th Regiment 776 --- ---

27th Regiment 795 --- ---

28th Regiment 781 --- ---

29th Regiment 855 --- ---

30th Regiment 781 --- ---

31st Regiment 783 --- ---

32nd Regiment 779 --- ---

33rd Regiment 786 --- ---

34th Regiment 803 --- ---

35th Regiment 800 --- ---

36th Regiment 785 --- ---

37th Regiment 795 --- ---

38th Regiment 792 --- 29,890

3rd Regiment --- 1,060 1,060

Total --- --- 30,950

NINE MONTHS.

Infantry. Total.

168th Regiment 754

177th Regiment 1,027

Total 1,781

THOMAS M. VINCENT,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

WAR DEPARTMENT, ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, June 11, 1863.

B.

Supplementary exhibit to statement of June 11, as taken from records received since that date.

Recruits not previously accounted for.................. 1,203

New regiments-

13th Cavalry........................................ 87

14th Cavalry........................................ 209

16th Cavalry........................................ 358

Mix's cavalry....................................... 127

11th Artillery...................................... 507

--- 1,288

Total....................................................2,491

SUMMARY AND REMARKS.

The United States have credited the State of New York with 2,974 more volunteers (as supplied by regiments and companies) than is claimed to have been furnished. This credit was given before the Department knew the number which the State claimed as having furnished. The State claims to have furnished 12,311 more recruits for regiments in the field-" old organizations" - than the United States have given credit for. It is therefore seen that the number in dispute is made up of recruits for old regiments. The difference between 12,311 and 2,974 is 9,517. This is the number for which the State claims to have received no credit. In making up the statements or exhibits of this office the numbers were taken from the muster-in