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Commanded by Major General C. C. Augur

Defences North of the Potomac Lieutenant Colonel Joseph A. Haskins
First Brigade Colonel August A. Gibson
2nd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery Colonel August A. Gibson
1st Vermont Heavy Artillery Colonel James M. Warner
Second Brigade Colonel Lewis O. Morris
1st Maine Heavy Artillery
7th New York Heavy Artillery Colonel Lewis O. Morris
9th New York Heavy Artillery
9th New York Independent Battery
Third Brigade Colonel W. R. Pease
10th New York Heavy Artillery
Defences South of the Potomac Brigadier General Gustavus A. DeRussy
First Brigade Colonel T. R. Tannatt
1st Massachusetts Heavy Artillery
2nd New York Heavy Artillery
Second Brigade Colonel H. L. Abbot
1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery Colonel Henry L. Abbott
2nd Connecticut Heavy Artillery Colonel Leverette Wessells
3rd New York Heavy Artillery Battalion Lieutenant Colonel Adam Senges to 15th NY HV. Art. (4 Brig. below)
Third Brigade Colonel J.C. Tidball
4th New York Heavy Artillery Colonel H. H. Hall
Fourth Brigade Colonel L. Schirmer (to 1/12)
Major L. Schamberger
2nd Massachusetts Cavalry Regiment
15th New York Heavy Artillery
1st Wisconsin Heavy Artillery, Bat. A
Corcoran’s (King’s) Division Colonel C. M. Alexander
1st Brigade (“Corcoran Legion”) Colonel Mathew Murphy
155th New York Infantry Regiment
164th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel James McMahon
170th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel James D. McIvor
182nd New York Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel Thomas M. Reid
Not Brigaded
17th New York Independent Battery
157th Pennsylvania Infantry
District of Washington Brigadier General J. H. Martindale
2nd District of Columbia Infantry Regiment Colonel Charles M. Alexander
14th New Hampshire Infantry Regiment Colonel Robert Wilson
153rd New York Infantry Regiment Colonel Edwin P. Davis
150th Pennsylvania Infantry, Co. K Captain David Derickson Lincoln’s Bodyguard
157th Pennsylvania Infantry (4 cos.)
1st Regiment Invalid Corps Colonel R.H. Ruah
6th Regiment Invalid Corps Colonel M.N. Wisewell
9th Regiment Invalid Corps Colonel G.W. Gile
District of Alexandria Colonel H. H. Wells (to 12/5)
Brigadier General John P. Slough
Slough’s Independent Brigade
4th Delaware Infantry Regiment Colonel A.H. Grimshaw from King’s Div. (above)
1st District of Columbia Infantry Regiment
5th New York Veteran Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel Cleveland Winslow from New York
Pennsylvania Independent Battery H Captain William Borrowe
Second Brigade, Pennsylvania Reserves Colonel Horatio G. Sickel
3rd Pennsylvania Reserves Regiment Lieutenant Colonel John Clark
4th Pennsylvania Reserves Regiment Colonel Richard H. Woolworth to Dept. WV 1/6
7th Pennsylvania Reserves Regiment Colonel Henry C. Bolinger
8th Pennsylvania Reserves Regiment Colonel Silas M. Baily
Independent Cavalry Brigade Colonel C. R. Lowell, Jr.
2nd Massachusetts Cavalry Regiment
13th New York Cavalry (Companies A-F) Lieutenant Colonel Henry S. Gansevoort
16th New York Cavalry (Companies A-D)
Light Artillery Camp (Camp Barry)
2nd Connecticut Light Battery
1st Delaware Battery
2nd Maine Light Artillery
7th Massachusetts Battery to Dept. Gulf, 19 Corps, 2 Div.
3rd New Jersey Battery
4th New Jersey Battery
5th New Jersey Battery
1st New York Artillery, Battery F
10th New York Independent Battery Lieutenant Charles T. Bruen
19th New York Independent Battery .
27th New York Independent Battery from Dept. Susquehanna
33rd New York Independent Battery .
1st Pennsylvania Artillery, Battery H
1st Pennsylvania Artillery, Battery I Captain Robert J. Nevin from PA
1st Rhode Island Artillery, Battery H
3rd Vermont Battery from VT
5th United States Artillery, Battery D
5th United States Artillery, Battery F from Army Potomac 6 Corps Art.
5th United States Artillery, Battery I
5th United States Artillery, Battery L