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NINTH ARMY CORPS.
Brig. Gen. JAMES H. LEDLIE.
Lieut. Col. JOSEPH H. BARNES.
Lieut. Col. GILBERT P. ROBINSOX,
21st Massachusetts, Capt. William II. 3d Maryland (battalion), Capt. David Clark.
J. Weaver. 29th Massachusetts, Capt. Willard D. 179th New York (seven companies), Capt. Tripp.
Albert A. Terrill, 35th Massachusetts, Capt. J. Wilson In- 14th New York Heavy Artillery, Maj. gell.
Charles Chipman. 56th Massachusetts, Capt. Charles D. 2d Pennsylvania Provisional Heavy Lamb.
Artillery, Capt. James W. Haig. 57th Massachusetts, Lieut. Albert Doty. 59th Massachusetts, Capt.Ezra P.Gould. 100th Pennsylvania, Capt. Joseph H. Pentecost.
Brig. Gen. ROBERT B. POTTER.
Col. ZENAS R. Bliss.
Brig. Gen. SIMON G. GRIFFIN.
36th Massachusetts, Capt. Thaddens L.
Barker. 58th Massachusetts, Capt. Charles E.
Churchill. 2. New York Mounted Rifles, Col. John
Fisk. 51st New York, Capt. George W. Whit45th Pennsylvania, Capt. Theodore
Gregg. 48th Pennsylvania, Lieut. Col. Henry
31st Maine, Capt. James Dean.
Cooper. 11th New Hampshire, Capt. Arthur C.
Locke. 17th Vermont, Capt. Lyman E. Knapp.
Pleasants. 4th Rhode Island, Maj. James T. P.
Bucklin. 7th Rhode Island, Lieut. Col. Percy
Brig. Gen. ORLANDO B. Willcox.
Col. WILLIAM HUMPHREY. 8th Michigan, Maj. Horatio Belcher. 1st Michigan Sharpshooters, Col. 27th Michigan, * Capt. Edward S. Lead
Charles V. De Land. beater.
2d Michigan, Capt. Ebenezer C. Tul. 109th New York, Capt. Edwin Evans.
loch. 51st Pennsylvania, Maj. Lane S. Hart. 20th Michigan, Lieut. Col. Byron M. 37th Wisconsin, Col. Samuel Harriman.
Cutcheon. 38th Wisconsin (five companies), Lieut. 46th New York, Capt. Alphons Serviere. Col. Colwert K. Pier.
60th Ohio,t Maj. Martin P. Avery. 13th Ohio Cavalry (dismounted battal- | 50th Pennsylvania, Lieut. Col. Edward 10.1), Lieut. Col Noah H. Hixon.
Overton, jr. 24th New York Cavalry (dismounted),
Lieut. Col. Walter C. Newberry. * 1st and 21 Companies Michigan Sharpshooters attached. + 9th and 10th Companies Ohio Sharpshooters attached.
Maine Light, 2d Battery (B), Capt. Albert F. Thomas.
Brig. Gen. WESLEY MERRITT.
19th New York (1st Dragoons), Col. Alfred Gibbs. .
Brig. Gen. John B. McIntosh.
Brig. Gen. GEORGE H. CHAPMAN. 1st Connecticut, Maj. George 0. Marey, 3d Indiara (six companies), Maj. Will3d New Jersey, Lieut. Col. Charles C.
iam Patton. Suydam.
1st New Hampshire (seven companies), 21 New York, Col. Otto Harhaus.
Col. John L. Thompson. 5th New York, Lieut. Col. William P. 8th New York, Lieut. Col. William H. Bacon.
Benjamin. 2d Ohio, Lieut. Col. George A. Puring- | 22d New York, Maj. Caleb Moore. ton.
1st Vermont, Col. William Wells. 18th Pennsylvania, Maj. John W. Phil
NORSE ARTILLERY BRIGADE.
Capt. JAMES M. ROBERTSON.
1st United States, Batteries H and I, Capt. Alanson M. Randol.
Dunbar R. Ransom. 4th United States, Batteries C and E, Lient. Charles L. Fitzhugh. *Companies B, F, and K, under Capt. Julius W. Mason, detailed as escort to Lieut. Gen. U. S. Grant.
| Abstract from returns of the Department of Virginia and North Carolina, Maj. Gen.
Benjamin F. Butler, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of July, 1864.
Organization of troops in the Department of Virginia and North Caro
lina, commanded by Maj. Gen. Benjamin F. Butler, U. 8. Army, July 31, 1864.
Capt. LEMUEL B. NORTON.
Brig. Gen. CHARLES K. GRAHAM.
13th New York Heavy Artillery, Company I, Capt. Warren Hallett.
*1st New York, Maj. Frederick E. Graef.
Col, HENRY L. ABBOT.
1st Connecticut Heavy, Col. Henry L. Abbot.
37th New Jersey, Col. E. Burd Grubb.
1st New York Mounted Rifles, Lieut. Col. Alexander G. Patton.
TENTH ARMY CORPS.
Brig. Gen. ALFRED H. TERRY.
Brig. Gen. ROBERT S. FOSTER. 39th Illinois, Capt. Leroy A. Baker.
10th Connecticut, Cor. John L. Otis. 62d Ohio, Lieut. Col. Samuel B. Taylor.
11th Maine, Col. Harris M. Plaisted. 67th Ohio, Col. Alvin C. Voris.
24th Massachusetts, Col. Francis A.
Osborn. 85th Pennsylvania, Lieut. Col. Edward
100th New York, Col. George B. Dandy. Campbell
1st Maryland Cavalry (dismounted),
Col. Andrew W, Evans.
Capt. ZENAS C. WARREN. 6th Connecticut, Col. Alfred P. Rock
well. 7th Connecticut, Capt. John Thompson.
Connecticut Light, 1st Battery, Lieut. 3d New Hampshire, Lieut. Col. Josiah
George P. Bliss.
New Jersey Light, 5th Battery, Lieut. 7th New Hampshire, Col. Joseph C.
3d Rhode Island, Battery C, Capt. Mar
tin S. James. 1st United States, Battery M, Lieut.
Egbert W. Olcott.
Brig. Gen. John W. TORNER.