st division of the First corps, commanded by Wadsworth, following the direction that Reynolds had msions, which are making a forced march.
But Wadsworth has only two small brigades under him—one coith begins his attack, Reynolds, leaving to Wadsworth the task of leading the right, recrosses theittle below Culp's Hill, the slopes of which Wadsworth had just occupied.
In the mean while, Gearhad ascended when it was not yet occupied by Wadsworth.
He was desirous of planting himself upon ianded by Ames.
The First corps was divided: Wadsworth, on the right of Ames, held Culp's Hill; Robl had been effected, relying upon Slocum and Wadsworth to do that; besides, the commanding aspect oorced by one brigade from Schurz's division; Wadsworth has extended his right to sustain him; finals remained on Cemetery Hill between Ames and Wadsworth, can scarcely arm the front, which was easil divisions of the First corps are separated: Wadsworth is on the right, upon Culp's Hill; Robinson,
Roster of troops.
for revised roster see Addenda.—Ed.
Federal army of the Potomac (July, 1863).
commander-in-chief, Major-General George G. Meade.
Brigadier-general Patrick, provost-guard.
Benham, engineer brigade.
Tyler, artillery reserve.
1st brigade, Major McGilvery.
2d brigade—— ——.
3d brigade—— ——. 150 cannon.
Major-General J. F. Reynolds.
1st division, Major-general Wadsworth.
1st brigade, Meredith, 19th Ind., 24th Mich., 2d, 6th, 7th Wis. (Iron brigade).
2d brigade Cutler, 56th Pa., 14th, 76th, 95th, 147th N. Y.
2d division, Brigadier-general Robinson.
1st brigade, Paul, 94th, 104th N. Y., 107th Pa., 16th Me.
2d brigade Baxter, 83d N. Y., 2d Mass., 88th, 90th Pa.
3d division, Major-general Doubleday.
1st brigade, Rowley, 20th N. Y., 121st, 142d Pa.
2d brigade Stone, 142d, 149th, 150th Pa. (Bucktails).
3d brigade Stannard, 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th Vt. Corps artillery, 28 cannon.