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ts of engineers and riflemen, making 11,175 infantry, 4,744 cavalry, 4,308 artillery, and 107 engineers, being a total force of regulars of 20,334 men. The volunteer corps. The immense force which goes to make up the volunteer regiments of the United States army may be explained to the reader by the following statistics, made up in part from the archives of the War Department as well as from private sources, which we give as follows: The number of three months men in the field up to August 1st was 77,815. The number of volunteers for the war is 640,637, which includes many of the three months men. Of this force, there are 557,208 infantry, 54,654 cavalry, 20,380 artillery, and 8,325 riflemen. Of the States furnishing the largest number of troops, Pennsylvania stands first, having furnish 107 regiments of troops; New York, 100; Ohio, 81; Illinois, 80. New Mexico and Nevada have furnished the smallest in number, each of them sending only 1,000 men. Little Rhode Island has sent f