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nois, Major Charles M. Hammond. Third brigade. Colonel Charles G. Harker. First Demi-Brigade, Colonel Emerson Opdyke. Second Demi-Brigade, Colonel Nathan H. Walworth. Twenty-second Illinois, Lieutenant-Colonel Francis Swanwick. Twenty-seventh Illinois, Colonel Jonathan R. Miles. Forty-second Illinois, Captain Edgar D. Swain. Fifty-first Illinois (1), Major Charles W. Davis. Fifty-first Illinois (2), Captain Albert M. Tilton. Seventy-ninth Illinois, Colonel Allen Buckner. Third Kentucky, Colonel Henry C Dunlap. Sixty-fourth Ohio, Colonel Alexander McIllvain. Sixty-fifth Ohio, Lieutenant-Colonel William A. Bullit. One Hundred and Twenty-fifth Ohio, Captain Edward P. Bates. artillery. Captain Warren P. Edgarton, Chief. First Illinois, Battery M, Captain George W. Spencer. Indiana Light Artillery, 10th Battery, Captain William A. Naylor. First Missouri Light Battery G, Lieutenant Gustavus Schueler. artillery-(Attached.) Major Thomas W. Osborn, Commanding. Battery G. Fourth U. S. Arti
dred and Sixth New York (1), Captain Alvah W. Briggs. One Hundred and Sixth New York (2), Captain Peter Robertson. One Hundred and Fifty-first New York (1), Captain Browning N. Wiles. One Hundred and Fifty-first New York (2), Captain Hiram A. Kimball. One Hundred and Eighty-fourth New York (battalion), Major William D. Ferguson. Eighty-seventh Pennsylvania (battalion) (1), Captain Edgar M. Ruhl. Eighty-seventh Pennsylvania (battalion) (2), Captain John A. Salsbury Tenth Vermont (1), Colonel William W. Henry. Tenth Vermont (2), Captain Henry H. Dewey. Second brigade: Colonel William H. Ball. Sixth Maryland, Major Joseph C. Hill. Ninth New York Heavy Artillery, Major James W. Snyder. One Hundred and Tenth Ohio, Lieutenant-Colonel Otho H. Binkley. One Hundred and Twenty-second Ohio, Lieutenant-Colonel Moses M. Granger. One Hundred and Twenty-sixth Ohio (1), Major George W. Voorhes. One Hundred and Twenty-sixth Ohio (2), Captain George W. Hoge. Sixty-seventh Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Joh