my command there.
The Federal line of battle was formed with Augur's division of Banks's corps (2d) on the left of the road lead-·ing to Orange Court House, and Williams's division on the right, and in the following order from right to left: Gordon's brigade on the right consisted of the 2d Massachusetts, Zouaves d'afrique (Collis Company), 27th Indiana, 3d Wisconsin, and Cothran's (N. Y.) battery; next came Crawford's brigade, with the 5th Connecticut, 10th Maine, 28th New York, and 46th P of General Augur, who gives as the total of enlisted men in his division,--Geary's brigade, 1,121 ; Prince's, 1,435; and Greene's, 457: of General Crawford, who reports as present in the engagement,--officers, 88; enlisted men, 1,679: and of General Gordon, who reports less than 1,500 all told: making a grand total of 6,280.
The addition of cavalry and artillery would account for the remainder.
See official records of the War of the Rebellion, series i. vol.
XII. part II; reports of Generals
Andrew requested Colonel (afterwards general) Gordon to receive it into the 2d Regiment, then formiyears regiment that arrived there; the 2d (Colonel Gordon) left the State July 8 for the front; the ampaign on the Hudson, by Rev. H N. Hudson; in Gordon's War Diary, p. 411; in Eyland's Evolution of inson's Army Life in a Black Regiment, p. 169; Gordon's War Diary, p. 257; Soley's The Blockade, etc, see Ohio Loyal Legion Sketches, II, 323, and Gordon's War Diary, p. 215. General Strong's words wer advance, their management or their defeat.
（Gordon's War Diary, p. 188.) Compare Cowley's Leaves d up within the department, according to Gen. G. H. Gordon.
The loss of the 54th was fourteen kill major, surgeon and assistant surgeon.
Col. Geo. H. Gordon, its commander, won his promotion to a ng assault of the Confederates under Lieutenant-General Gordon on Fort Stedman (March 25, 1865), ca the troops.
Should he decline, Brevet Maj.-Gen. George H. Gordon of Boston, next in rank, will ta