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Commanded by Major General John Sedgwick

Escort
1st New Jersey Cavalry, Company L Lieutenant Voorhees Dye
1st Pennsylvania Cavalry, Co. H Captain William S. Craft
First Division Brigadier General W. T. H. Brooks (to 5/23)
Brigadier General Horatio G. Wright
First Brigade Colonel Henry W. Brown (to 5/3)
Colonel W. H. Penrose (5/3)
Colonel S. L. Buck (5/3 – 5/4)
Colonel W. H. Penrose
Second Brigade Brigadier General Joseph J. Bartlet
Third Brigade Brigadier General David A. Russell
Second Division Brigadier General Albion P. Howe
Second Brigade Colonel Lewis A. Grant
Third Brigade Brigadier General Thomas H. Neill (to 5/28)
Colonel D. D. Bidwell
Third Division Brigadier General John Newton
First Brigade Colonel Alexander Shaler
Colonel S. Titus
Second Brigade Colonel W. H. Brown (to 5/3)
Colonel Henry L. Eustis
Third Brigade Brigadier General Frank Wheaton
Light Division Brigadier General Calvin E. Pratt dissolved 5/63
6th Maine Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin F. Harris to 1 Div., 3 Brig.
31st New York Infantry Regiment Colonel Frank Jones to 1 Div., 2 Brig.
43rd New York Infantry Regiment Colonel Benjamn F. Baker to 2 Div., 3 Brig.
61st Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel George C. Spear to 2 Div., 3 Brig.
5th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment Colonel Thomas S. Allen to 1 Div., 3 Brig.
3rd New York Independent Battery Lieutenant William A. Harn to Artillery Brigade (below)
Artillery Brigadier General Calvin E. Pratt
1st Massachusets Independent Battery Lieutenant Augustin N. Parsons from 1 Div. Artillery
New Jersey Artillery, Battery A Captain James H. Rigby from 1 Div. Artillery
1st New York Independent Battery from 2 Div. Artillery
3rd New York Independent Battery Lieutenant William A. Harn from Light Division (above)
1st Pennsylvania Artillery, Batteries C&D Captain Jeremiah McCarthy from 3 Div. Artillery
2nd United States Artillery, Battery D Lieutenant Edward B. Williston from 1 Div. Artillery
2nd United States Artillery, Battery G Lieutenant John H. Butler from 3 Div. Artillery
5th United States Artillery, Battery F from 2 Div. Artillery