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ion, the command of which was given to General Geo. W. Getty, an able officer who had served as a dence.
At the Wilderness, the Vermont Brigade--Getty's Division — lost 1,232 men out of the 2,800 e fell to the lot of Bidwell's (3d) Brigade, of Getty's (2d) Division, every regimental commandant i 1863, it comprised the divisions of Corcoran, Getty, and Gurney, including, also, two brigades whi8 wounded, and 12 missing. Both Corcoran's and Getty's Divisions were engaged in the defence of Suf, and 2 missing, the principal loss falling on Getty's Division.
In July, 1863, the brigade know an aggregate, present and absent, of 43,648.
Getty's Division was composed largely of veteran reghus caused in the First Division, and General George W. Getty was placed in command of the Third DiGeneral John G. Parke.
While at Newport News, Getty's (3d) Division was detached and ordered to Sume a valuable accession of veteran material in Getty's Division, formerly of the Ninth Corps.