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continued in that position till the close of his service, at times temporarily commanding the Cavalry Corps. He was the only division commander I had whose experience had been almost exclusively derived from the cavalry arm. Second division. Brigadier-General David McM. Gregg. first brigade. Brigadier-General Henry E. Davies, Jr. First Massachusetts, Major Lucius M. Sargent. First New Jersey, Lieutenant-Colonel John W. Kester. Sixth Ohio, Colonel William Stedman. First Pennsylvania, Colonel John P. Taylor. Second brigade. Colonel J. Irvin Gregg. First Maine, Colonel Charles H. Smith. Tenth New York, Major M. Henry Avery. Second Pennsylvania, Lieutenant-Colonel Joseph P. Brinton. Fourth Pennsylvania, Lieutenant-Colonel George H. Covode. Eighth Pennsylvania, Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel Wilson. Sixteenth Pennsylvania, Lieutenant-Colonel John K. Robinson. Third division. Brigadier-General James H. Wilson. Wilson graduated in 1860 in the Topographical Engineers, and was first assigned