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Page 7 Chapter LII. THE RICHMOND CAMPAIGN.


Numbers 149. - Captain Baldwin Hufty, Fourth New Jersey Infantry, First Brigade, of operations June 13-July 10.


Numbers 150. - Brigadier General Emory Upton, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade, of operations June 12-July 10.


Numbers 151. - Colonel Oliver Edwards, Thirty-seventh Massachusetts Infantry, commanding June 12-July 10.


Numbers 152. - Brigadier General George W. Getty, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division.


Numbers 153. - Brigadier General Frank Wheaton, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade of operations June 13-July 10.


Numbers 154. - Major Thomas McLauglin, One hundred and second Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations June 12-July 9.


Numbers 155. - Major Robert Munroe, One hundred and second Pennsylvania Infantry of operations June 13-July 9.


Numbers 156. - Brigadier General Lewis A. Grant, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade, of operations June 12-July 9.


Numbers 157. - Brigadier General Daniel D. Bidwell, U. S. Army, commanding Third Brigade, of operations June 12-July 2.


Numbers 158. - Colonel William S. Truex, Fourteenth New Jersey Infantry, commanding First Brigade, Third Division, of operations June 12-July 6.


Numbers 159. - Colonel J. Watten Keifer, One hundred and tenth Ohio Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations June 12-July 6.


Numbers 160. - Colonel John W. Horn, Sixth Maryland Infantry, of operations June 12-July 9.


Numbers 161. - Major Charles Burgess, Ninth New York Heavy Artillery, of operations June 12-July 7.


Numbers 162. - Lieutenant Colonel Otho H. Binkley, One hundred ant tenth Ohio Infantry, of operations June 13-July 6.


Numbers 163. - Colonel William H. Ball, One hundred and twenty-second Ohio Infantry, of operations June 13-July 6.


Numbers 164. - Lieutenant Colonel Aaron W. Ebright, One hundred and twenty-sixth Ohio Infantry, of operations June 12-July 6.


Numbers 165. - Colonel Matthew R. McClenan, One hundred and thirty-eighth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations June 12-July 6.


Numbers 166. - Captain Charles W. White, Fourth Maine Battery, of operations June 12-July 6.


Numbers 167. - Captain Greenleaf T. Stevens, Fifth Maine Battery, of operations June 12-July 10.


Numbers 168. - Lieutenant Jacob Federhen, Battery A, Massachusetts Light Artillery, of operations June 12-June 11.


Numbers 169. - Lieutenant Augustin N. Parsons, Battery A, First New Jersey Light Artillery.


Numbers 170. - Captain Andrew Cowan, First New York Battery, of operations June 13-July 12.


Numbers 171. - Captain William A. Harn, Third New York Battery.


Numbers 172. - Lieutenant Jacob H. Lamb, Battery C, First Rhode Island Light Artillery, of operations June 12-July 11.


Numbers 173. - Captain William B. Rhodes, Battery E. First Rhode Island Light Artillery.


Numbers 174. - Captain George W. Adams, Battery G, First Rhode Island Light Artillery, of operations June 12-July 11.


Numbers 175. - Major General Ambrose E. Burnside, U. S. Army, commanding Ninth Army Corps, of operations June 12-July 30.


Numbers 176. - Brigadier General James H. Ledlie, U. S. Army, commanding First Division, of operations June 17 and July 30.


Numbers 177. - Lieutenant Colonel Joseph H. Barnes, Twenty-ninth Massachusetts Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations June 14-July 30.


Numbers 178. - Captain Willard D. Tripp, Twenty-ninth Massachusetts Infantry, of operations July 30.


Page 7 Chapter LII. THE RICHMOND CAMPAIGN.

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