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ral Devens. Second Division.—2d Brigade, 33d Mass., Col. A. B. Underwood. Twelfth Army Corps. First Division.—3d Brigade, 2d Mass., Col. S. M. Quincy. Cavalry Corps. Second Division.—1st Brigade (Col. H. B. Sargent), 1st Mass., Col. G. S. Curtis. The first task devolving on General Hooker was the reorganization of his army, which was being decimated by desertion and absence. So loose had been its discipline that some eighty-five thousand officers and men appeared on the rollsy Corps (Slocum). First Division.—3d Brigade, 2d Mass., Lieut.-Col. C. R. Mudge. Cavalry Corps. Second Division.—1st Brigade, 1st Mass. Cavalry, This regiment actually served with the Sixth Army Corps, and on the right flank. Lieut.-Col. G. S. Curtis. Artillery Reserve (Tyler). 1st Volunteer Brigade, 5th Light Battery, Capt. C. A. Phillips (with 10th New York Battery attached); 9th Light Battery, Capt. John Bigelow. In the battle of Willoughby Run or Oak Ridge (July 1, 1