commanded by General Hooker, and the divisions by Generals Hatch, Ricketts and Meade; it numbered 14,850 men. It was prominently engaged at South Mountain, and alsol John F. Reynolds was in command at Fredericksburg, with Doubleday, Gibbon and Meade as division generals; loss, 347 killed, 2,429 wounded, and 561 missing; total, 3,337.
After this battle, the division of Pennsylvania Reserves--Meade's (3d) Division — was withdrawn from the front, and ordered to Washington that it might resleadership, to carry Marye's Heights after all other efforts had failed.
General Meade succeeded Butterfield, and led the corps to Chancellorsville, where it was s the Third Division, this time under command of General S. W. Crawford.
General Meade having been promoted to the command of the Army, just before the battle of , his chief-of-staff, waived the question of their superiority of rank over General Meade, in order that the corps might serve under that officer in the Army of the