Report of Assistant Inspector-General Maj. Roger Jones of the forces assembled at 7 o'clock p.m. at north end of Long Bridge and Aqueduct.
General Wadsworth received the order of the Secretary at 2.45 p.m. Came to War Office at 3.15 p.m. to get the order revoked, which was [p.226] refused, and at 3.30 p.m. General Wadsworth left to execute it. At 4 p.m. he issued his orders.
At the Aqueduct the following troops assembled:
|A German regiment||Muskets||10 rounds||948|
|102d New York, Colonel Wadsworth, [?] two companies||do.||None||536|
|102d New York, Colonel Wadsworth, [?] four companies||do.||40 rounds|
|86th New York||City Guard,||four companies||do.||Little||200|
|10th New Jersey,||one company||do.||do.|
|91st Pennsylvania Regiment arrived 7.30 p.m.||Muskets||Sufficient||560|
|10th New Jersey, four companies, arrived 8 p.m.||...do...||None||180|
|2d Regiment District Volunteers arrived 8 p.m.||...do...||35 rounds||600|
|3d New York Cavalry (Colonel Mix): Good horses; all revolvers and sabers, and ammunition; one company, carbines and ammunition.||....||....||600|
|4th Pennsylvania, three squadrons of cavalry: Sabers and revolvers; no ammunition.||....||....||575|
|Two batteries Rocket Battalion, two companies; one company reached ground 8.45 p.m.; the other company reached ground 9.30 p.m.; eight guns, with ammunition||....||....||160|
|Maine Artillery, one battery; only obtained guns yesterday; horses to-day; no ammunition; six rifled guns||....||....||115|
|Total at Long Bridge||....||....||2,440|
|Total at Aqueduct||....||....||1,684|
Colonel Mix's cavalry regiment the most efficient regiment by far.