h I allude in the last sentence: Effective force of Stuart, May 31st, 10,292+Jenkins' and Imboden's cavalry, 20-11,100==62,400.
To be deducted also 16 guns with Stuart on one side, and 27 with Pleasonton on the other. eet's corps had done some extra marching to support Stuart's cavalry, it follows that both corps did much seve all arms at the battle59,900
Major McClellan, Stuart's Adjutant-General, says that there was, at the beguty in the three brigades of cavalry that were with Stuart when he crossed the Potomac, there being about 4,50de's assistance, and between a portion of which and Stuart's cavalry there was a conflict at Carlisle, on the y willing to allow for a loss of 1,100 in battle in Stuart's cavalry, and 1,606 more from other causes.
Now, t at Gettysburg), is it unreasonable to assume that Stuart's cavalry had been reduced in the same ratio duringperiod — that is, from 10,292 to 7,500, thus giving Stuart 4,000 in the three brigades with him, and 3,500 wit