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Maryland (Maryland, United States) (search for this): chapter 4.62
677 11,247 11,924 Fifth Army Corps   555 11,954 12,509 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 ra
Winchester, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 4.62
,268 officers and men. The accessions by organizations to the army between May 31st and July 3d, were as follows; Estimated at not less than 1st. Pettigrew's infantry brigade 2,000 2d. Jenkins's cavalry brigade 1,600 3d. Imboden's cavalry brigade 2,000 Total gain 5,600 The loss by organizations during the same period was: 1st. Corse's brigade and one regiment of Pettigrew's brigade left at Hanover Court House, Va 2,000 2d. Three regiments of Early's division left at Winchester, Va 1,000 3d. One regiment of Stuart's cavalry left in Virginia 350   Total loss (estimated) 3,350 or a net gain of 2250, which, added to the strength on May 31st, of 75,268, makes a maximum in the campaign of 77,518. After making a liberal allowance for losses by sickness, straggling, guards to prisoners and casualties in the various encounters between June 1st and June 30th inclusive, it seems reasonable to conclude that General Lee had at his command on the field of battle, from fi
Hanover Court House (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 4.62
s present for duty, which, added to the foregoing, give an aggregate of 75,268 officers and men. The accessions by organizations to the army between May 31st and July 3d, were as follows; Estimated at not less than 1st. Pettigrew's infantry brigade 2,000 2d. Jenkins's cavalry brigade 1,600 3d. Imboden's cavalry brigade 2,000 Total gain 5,600 The loss by organizations during the same period was: 1st. Corse's brigade and one regiment of Pettigrew's brigade left at Hanover Court House, Va 2,000 2d. Three regiments of Early's division left at Winchester, Va 1,000 3d. One regiment of Stuart's cavalry left in Virginia 350   Total loss (estimated) 3,350 or a net gain of 2250, which, added to the strength on May 31st, of 75,268, makes a maximum in the campaign of 77,518. After making a liberal allowance for losses by sickness, straggling, guards to prisoners and casualties in the various encounters between June 1st and June 30th inclusive, it seems reasonable to c
George W. Imboden (search for this): chapter 4.62
sisting of ten batteries, are not included in the above figures. Their effective strength may, however, be put at 800 officers and men. There were also 6116 officers borne on the return as present for duty, which, added to the foregoing, give an aggregate of 75,268 officers and men. The accessions by organizations to the army between May 31st and July 3d, were as follows; Estimated at not less than 1st. Pettigrew's infantry brigade 2,000 2d. Jenkins's cavalry brigade 1,600 3d. Imboden's cavalry brigade 2,000 Total gain 5,600 The loss by organizations during the same period was: 1st. Corse's brigade and one regiment of Pettigrew's brigade left at Hanover Court House, Va 2,000 2d. Three regiments of Early's division left at Winchester, Va 1,000 3d. One regiment of Stuart's cavalry left in Virginia 350   Total loss (estimated) 3,350 or a net gain of 2250, which, added to the strength on May 31st, of 75,268, makes a maximum in the campaign of 77,518. After ma
William D. Rank (search for this): chapter 4.62
54 12,509 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
Jenkins's cavalry brigade 1,600 3d. Imboden's cavalry brigade 2,000 Total gain 5,600 The loss by organizations during the same period was: 1st. Corse's brigade and one regiment of Pettigrew's brigade left at Hanover Court House, Va 2,000 2d. Three regiments of Early's division left at Winchester, Va 1,000 3d. One regiment of Stuart's cavalry left in Virginia 350   Total loss (estimated) 3,350 or a net gain of 2250, which, added to the strength on May 31st, of 75,268, makes a maximum in the campaign of 77,518. After making a liberal allowance for losses by sickness, straggling, guards to prisoners and casualties in the various encounters between June 1st and June 30th inclusive, it seems reasonable to conclude that General Lee had at his command on the field of battle, from first to last, an army numbering at least 70,000 men of all arms. Consecration of the Gettysburg Cemetery, November 19, 1863--the gathering that President Lincoln addressed. From a photograph.
Robert E. Duvall (search for this): chapter 4.62
Third Army Corps   677 11,247 11,924 Fifth Army Corps   555 11,954 12,509 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 possibl<
Jubal A. Early (search for this): chapter 4.62
ng, give an aggregate of 75,268 officers and men. The accessions by organizations to the army between May 31st and July 3d, were as follows; Estimated at not less than 1st. Pettigrew's infantry brigade 2,000 2d. Jenkins's cavalry brigade 1,600 3d. Imboden's cavalry brigade 2,000 Total gain 5,600 The loss by organizations during the same period was: 1st. Corse's brigade and one regiment of Pettigrew's brigade left at Hanover Court House, Va 2,000 2d. Three regiments of Early's division left at Winchester, Va 1,000 3d. One regiment of Stuart's cavalry left in Virginia 350   Total loss (estimated) 3,350 or a net gain of 2250, which, added to the strength on May 31st, of 75,268, makes a maximum in the campaign of 77,518. After making a liberal allowance for losses by sickness, straggling, guards to prisoners and casualties in the various encounters between June 1st and June 30th inclusive, it seems reasonable to conclude that General Lee had at his command on
John M. Corse (search for this): chapter 4.62
0 officers and men. There were also 6116 officers borne on the return as present for duty, which, added to the foregoing, give an aggregate of 75,268 officers and men. The accessions by organizations to the army between May 31st and July 3d, were as follows; Estimated at not less than 1st. Pettigrew's infantry brigade 2,000 2d. Jenkins's cavalry brigade 1,600 3d. Imboden's cavalry brigade 2,000 Total gain 5,600 The loss by organizations during the same period was: 1st. Corse's brigade and one regiment of Pettigrew's brigade left at Hanover Court House, Va 2,000 2d. Three regiments of Early's division left at Winchester, Va 1,000 3d. One regiment of Stuart's cavalry left in Virginia 350   Total loss (estimated) 3,350 or a net gain of 2250, which, added to the strength on May 31st, of 75,268, makes a maximum in the campaign of 77,518. After making a liberal allowance for losses by sickness, straggling, guards to prisoners and casualties in the various encoun
J. Johnston Pettigrew (search for this): chapter 4.62
on the return as present for duty, which, added to the foregoing, give an aggregate of 75,268 officers and men. The accessions by organizations to the army between May 31st and July 3d, were as follows; Estimated at not less than 1st. Pettigrew's infantry brigade 2,000 2d. Jenkins's cavalry brigade 1,600 3d. Imboden's cavalry brigade 2,000 Total gain 5,600 The loss by organizations during the same period was: 1st. Corse's brigade and one regiment of Pettigrew's brigade lPettigrew's brigade left at Hanover Court House, Va 2,000 2d. Three regiments of Early's division left at Winchester, Va 1,000 3d. One regiment of Stuart's cavalry left in Virginia 350   Total loss (estimated) 3,350 or a net gain of 2250, which, added to the strength on May 31st, of 75,268, makes a maximum in the campaign of 77,518. After making a liberal allowance for losses by sickness, straggling, guards to prisoners and casualties in the various encounters between June 1st and June 30th inclusive, it seem
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