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Organization of Army of Northern Virginia.
Third Virginia, Colonel Joseph Mayo, Jr.,
Seventh Virginia, Colonel C. C. Flowerree.
Eleventh Virginia, Colonel M. S. Langhorne.
Twenty-fourth Virginia, Lieutenant-Colonel R.[Richard] L.[Launcelot] Maury. (eldest of three sons of Commodore M. F. Maury.)
FIELD'S DIVISION. (c)
Major-General C. W. Field.
Anderson' s Brigade.
Brigadier-General G. T. Anderson.
Seventh Georgia, Colonel G. H. Carmical.
Eighth Georgia, Colonel J. R. Towers.
Ninth Georgia, Lieutenant-Colonel E. F. Hoge.
Eleventh Georgia, Colonel F. H. Little.
Fifty-ninth Georgia, Colonel Jack Brown.
Colonel P. D. Bowles.
Fourth Alabama, Colonel P. D. Bowles.
Fifteenth Alabama, Colonel A. A. Lowther.
Forty-fourth Alabama, Colonel W. F. Perry.
Forty-seventh Alabama, Colonel M. J. Bulger.
Forty-eighth Alabama, Lieutenant-Colonel W. M. Hardwick.
Brigadier-General John Bratton.
First South Carolina, Colonel J. R. Hagood.
Second South Carolina [Rifles], Colonel R. E. Bowen.
Fifth South Carolina, Colonel A. Coward.
Sixth South Carolina, Colonel J. M. Steedman.
Palmetto Sharp-shooters, Colonel Joseph Walker.
Major-General J. B. Kershaw.
Sixteenth Georgia, Major James S. Gholston.
Eighteenth Georgia, Colonel Joseph Armstrong.
Twenty-fourth Georgia, Colonel C. C. Sanders.
(c) Inspection report of this division for August 30, 1864, shows that it also contained Benning's and Gregg's brigades. The return shows but two Brigadier-Generals present for duty; names not indicated.
(d)Only two Brigadier-Generals reported present for duty; names not indicated.