Sixth Army Corps 124 1,039 14,516 15,679
Eleventh Army Corps 52 644 9,197 9,893
Twelfth Army Corps 396 8,193 8,589
Cavalry Corps 12,653 491 13,144
Artillery Reserve 2,211 335 2,546
Aggregate 12,978 7,183 77,208 97,369
Between June 30th and July 3d, the reinforcements that joined the army may be estimated as follows:
Stannard's brigade to First Corps 2,500
Lockwood's brigade to Twelfth Corps 1,700
Duvall's company Maryland cavalry to Gregg's cavalry division 60
Rank's Pennsylvania artillery to Gregg's cavalry division 50
Total reenforcements 4,310
This number, added to the strength as per returns of June 30th, makes a maximum of 101,679 effectives of all arms.
The severe marches following the roll-call of June 30th considerably reduced by sickness and straggling the strength of the commands, but a satisfactory computation of the shrinkage front these causes does not seem possible.
It may have ranged from five to ten per cent. The field retur