about 3500; there was no artillery with Kearny and Hooker.
General Johnston estimates the strength of his army at 73,928.
Other authorities place it at 62,696.
The Official Records show that, on the 21st of May, Johnston's army was 53,688: Smith's division, 10,592; Longstreet's division, 13,816; Magruder's division (including D. R. Jones's division), 15,920; D. H. Hill's division, 11,151; cavalry and reserve artillery, 2209.
Before May 31st, this force was increased by the arrival of A. P. Hill's division (estimated), 4000, and Huger's division (estimated), 5008. One of the five brigades of D. H. Hill's division was detached before May 31st.
The aggregate of the 4 Confederate divisions engaged was about 39,000.
The number in close action on the Williamsburg road, May 31st, was about 9520, with 2 batteries — including 7580 in D. H. Hill's division, and 1950 of Longstreet's division.
Near Fair Oaks, 4 brigades of G. W. Smith's division (under Whiting), 8670; no artillery.