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Commanded by Brigadier General Robert O. Tyler 

1st Regular Brigade Captain Dunbar R. Ransom
1st United States Artillery, Battery H 2nd Lieutenant Philip D. Mason
3rd United States Artillery, Batteries F&K 1st Lieutenant John G. Turnbull
4th United States Artillery, Battery C 1st Lieutenant Evan Thomas
1st Volunteer Brigade Lt. Colonel Freeman McGilvery
6th Maine Battery Lieutenant Edwin Dow
9th Massachusetts Battery 2nd Lieutenant Richard S. Milton
1st New Jersey Artillery, Battery A Lieutenant Augustin N. Parsons
4th New York Independent Battery Captain James E. Smith from 22 Corps, Camp Berry
Pennsylvania Independent Batteries C&F
2nd Volunteer Brigade Captain Elijah D. Taft
1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery, Company B Lieutenant Albert F. Brooker
1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery, Company M Captain Franklin A. Pratt
2nd Connecticut Light Battery (1 sec.) Captain John W. Sterling from 22nd Corps, Artilery
1st New York Artillery, Battery B Captain James McKay Rorty (k 7/3)
Lieutenant Robert E. Rogers
from 2nd Corps Artillery
5th New York Independent Battery Captain Elijah D. Taft
3rd Volunteer Brigade Captain James F. Huntington
1st Maryland Artillery, Battery A Captain James H. Rigby
1st New Hampshire Battery Captain Frederick M. Edgell
1st New York Artillery, Battery K
(
11th New York Battery attached)
Captain Robert H. Fitzhugh
15th New York Independent Battery Captain Patrick Hart from 4 Volunteer Brig. (below)
1st Ohio Artillery, Battery H Lieutenant George W. Norton to 4 Volunteer Brig. (below)
4th Volunteer Brigade Captain Robert H. Fitzhugh
15th New York Independent Battery
1st Ohio Artillery, Battery H Lieutenant George W. Norton
1st West Virginia Artillery, Battery C Captain Wallace Hill
Ammunition Guard
6th New York Heavy Artillery Colonel J. Howard Kitching