Numbers 354. -Captain William A. Corrie, Eighth Pennsylvania Cavalry.
Numbers 355. -Colonel J. Irvin Gregg, Sixteenth Pennsylvania Cavalry, commanding Second and Third Brigades.
Numbers 356. -Colonel Charles H. Smith, First Maine Cavalry.
Numbers 357. -Major M. Henry Avery, Tenth New York Cavalry.
Numbers 358. -Lieutenant Colonel William E. Doster, Fourth Pennsylvania Cavalry.
Numbers 359. -Brigadier General Judson Kilpatrick, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade of, and Third Division.
Numbers 360. -Lieutenant Colonel Henry E. Davies, jr., Second New York Cavalry, First Brigade.
Numbers 361. -Brigadier General George A. Custer, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade of, and Third Division.
Numbers 362. -Colonel Nathaniel P. Richmond, First West Virginia Cavalry, commanding First Brigade, Third Division.
Numbers 363. -Major John Hammond, Fifth New York Cavalry.
Numbers 364. -Major William B. Darlington, Eighteenth Pennsylvania Cavalry.
Numbers 365. -Lieutenant Colonel Addison W. Preston, First Vermont Cavalry.
Numbers 366. -Colonel Edward B. Sawyer, First Vermont Cavalry.
Numbers 367. -Major Charles E. Capehart, First West Virginia Cavalry.
Numbers 368. -Captain James M. Robertson, Second U. S. Artillery, commanding.
First Brigade, Horse Artillery.
Numbers 369. -Captain Jabez J. Daniels, Ninth Michigan Battery.
Numbers 370. -Captain Joseph W. Matrin, Sixth New York Battery.
Numbers 371. -Lieutenant J. Wade Wilson, Sixth New York Battery.
Numbers 372. -Captain John C. Tidball, Second U. S. Artillery, commanding Second Brigade, Horse Artillery.
Numbers 373. -Captain William M. Graham, Battery K, First U. S. Artillery.
Numbers 374. -Lieutenant John H. Calef, Battery A, Second U. S. Artillery.
Numbers 375. -Lieutenant William D. Fuller, Battery C, Third U. S. Artillery.
DEPARTMENT OF WASHINGTON.
Numbers 376. -Colonel James B. Swain, Eleventh New York Cavalry, Of Skirmish Near Faifax Court-House, Va.
Numbers 377. -Colonel Henry L. Abbot, First Connecticut Heavy Artillery, Of affair On Little River Turnpike.
Numbers 378. -Colonel Charles R. Lowell, jr., Second Massachusetts Cavalry, of reconnaissance, July 11-14.
Numbers 1. Report of Major General Henry W. Halleck, General-in-chief, U. S. Army, including operations in Southeastern Virginia and West Virginia.
HEADQUARTERS OF THE ARMY,
Washington, D. C., November 15, 1863.
SIR: In compliance with your orders I submit the following summary of operations since my last annual report:
In the early part of June, Lee's army moved up the south bank of the Rappahannock, occupied the gaps of Blue, and threatened the Valley of the Shenandoah. General Hooker Follower on an Interior by line by Warrenton Junction, Thoroughfare Gap, and