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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 2. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book I:—Richmond. (search)
the immense materiel which generally follows such an army, leaving nothing behind them except nine stranded lighters and eight drowned mules. McClellan had not waited for the end of this operation to take the field. Out of the one hundred thousand men, or thereabouts, he was to have under his command, This was the status of the Army April 1, 1862: Present for active service.On special service or on sick list.Absent.Total. Second corps, Sumner26,7781,1293,13031,037 Third corps, Heintzelmann33,0472,7953,01038,852 Fourth corps, Keyes32,9241,8743,11237,910 Regular infantry3,9052376234,765 Regular cavalry2,0011703703,141 Reserve artillery2,7311752103,116 Of different corps910731611,144 —————— Total102,8966,45310,616119,965he found on the day of his arrival fifty-eight thousand, accompanied with one hundred cannon, in a condition to march. The remainder had either not landed or were without the necessary transportation to take part in a forward movement. Many teams