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<NN>Gazzam, A. W. Correspondence with Flusser, C. W. . 870 Morris, David B . 870 Mentioned . 870 Gee, B. H. Report of Gettysburg Campaign, June 3-August 1, 1863 . 403 Gentry, Silas C. Mentioned . 432 George Peabody, Steamer. Mentioned . 981 Georgia Troops. Mentioned. Artillery, Light-Battalions: Sumter, * 348, 350, 353, 610, 612, 613, 635; (Batteries), A, 288, 343, 613, 635, 636; B, 288, 343, 635, 636; C, 288, 343, 635, 636. Batteries: Milledge's, 288, 343; Pulaski, 283, 338, 355, 365, 370, 374-378, 381-384; Troup, 283, 338, 355, 365, 375, 378, 379, 384, 385. Infantry-Battalions: 2d, 288, 333, 337, 343, 623, 624, 626-630. Regiments: 2d, 285, 330, 340, 415, 416, 420, 421, 424, 425; 3d, 288, 333, 337, 343, 623, 624, 626-628; 4th, 287, 332, 342, 545, 583, 584, 586; 7th, 285, 330, 336, 339, 396-399; 8th, 285, 330, 336, 339, 397, 399, 403; 9th, 285, 330, 336, 339, 397, 399-401, 775; 10th, 283, 329, 338, 365; 11th, 285, 330, 336, 339, 397, 399, 401-403; 12th, 287, 332, 342, 545, 583-585; 13th, 286, 331, 335, 341, 474, 491; 14th, 290, 334, 344; 15th, 282, 285, 330, 340, 408, 409, 416, 417, 421-424; 16th, 283, 329, 338, 365; 17th, 285, 330, 340, 416, 420, 421, 424, 425; 18th, 283, 329, 338, 365; 20th, 285, 330, 340, 416, 425-427; 21st, 287, 332, 342, 545, 583-586; 22d, 288, 333, 337, 343, 623, 624, 626-629; 24th, 283, 329, 338, 365; 26th, 286, 331, 335, 341, 472, 474, 476, 492, 493; 31st, 286, 331, 335, 341, 474, 491; 35th, 29o, 334, 344; 38th, 286, 331, 335, 341, 474, 475; 44th, 287, 332, 342, 545, 583-586; 45th, 290, 334, 344; 48th, 288, 333, 337, 343, 623-627, 629, 630; 49th, 290, 334, 344; 50th, 283, 329, 338, 365, 369, 372; 51st, 53d, 283, 329, 338, 365; 59th, 285, 330, 336, 339, 397-399, 402, 403, 407; 60th, 286, 331, 335, 341, 474, 475; 61st, 286, 331, 341, 475. Miscellaneous-Cobb's Legion, 283, 290, 329, 334, 338, 345, 365, 681, 682, 712-717, 721, 722, 724, 725, 727, 732, 733, 775; Phillips Legion, 283, 290, 329, 334, 338, 345, 365, 712-717, 724, 775.

Gerard, John C. Mentioned . 967 German, James B. Mentioned . 215 Gettings, Major. Mentioned . 660 Getty, George W. Assumes command of 7th Army Corps . 4 Correspondence with John A. Dix . 840 Mentioned . 793, 817-824, 828, 834-836, 842, 843, 852, 854, 855, 857 Reports of expeditions from White House to South Anna River and Bottom's Bridge, Va., July 1-7, 1863 . 837, 839 Gettysburg Campaign, June 3-August 1, 1863. Casualties. Returns of Confederate troops . 334-337, 474-476, 712-719 Union troops. See Part I. Communications from Army headquarters . 164, 181 Averell, William W . 207 Couch, Darius N . 242, 260, 261 Forbes, David S . 259 Hooker, Joseph . 26 Kelley, Benjamin F . 160, 163, 179, 208 Lee, Robert E . 301, 311, 355

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*Also called 11th Battalion.

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PART III CORRESPONDENCE VOL. XXVII.

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CORRESPONDENCE, ORDERS, AND RETURNS RELATING TO OPERATIONS IN NORTH CAROLINA, VIRGINIA, WEST VIRGINIA, MARYLAND, PENNSYLVANIA, AND DEPARTMENT OF THE EAST, FROM JUNE 3 TO AUGUST 3, 1863.

UNION CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.

HDQRS. CAVALRY CORPS, ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, June 3, 1863

Brigadier General S. WILLIAMS, Adjutant-General, Army of the Potomac:

GENERAL: Please show the inclosed note to Major-General Hooker. He knows who Mr. Smith is. Should Stuart attempt a Maryland raid, it would be more satisfactory to us than his remaining quiet at Culpeper. It is my impression the rebel army has been weakened by troops sent west and south, and that any performance of Stuart's will be a flutter to keep us from seeing their weakness.

Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

A. PLEASONTON, Brigadier-General, Commanding.

[Inclosure.]

WASHINGTON, D. C.

June 1, 1863.

General PLEASONTON,

DEAR SIR: Colonel [George W. von] Schack has sent an officer to Bealeton Station, on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, and I have been ordered to join him; leave this evening for that place.

There is one thing that looks very apparent to me, and that is, that this movement of General Lee's is not intended to menace Washington, but to try his hand again toward Maryland, or to call off your attention while General Stuart goes there. I have every reason for believing that Stuart is on his way toward Maryland. I do not positively know it, but have the very best of reason for believing it.

Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

G. S. SMITH _________________

JUNE 3, 1863-10 p. m.

Major-General MEADE Commanding Fifth Corps, Stoneman's Switch.

GENERAL: The major-general commanding directs that you march your division now in camp at 3 a. m. to-morrow, placing a portion

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