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 By United States. War Department, Robert Nicholson Scott, Henry Martyn Lazelle, George Breckenridge Davis, Leslie J. Perry, Joseph William Kirkley, Fred Crayton Ainsworth, John Sheldon Moodey, Calvin Duvall Cowles By United States. War Department, Robert Nicholson Scott, Henry Martyn Lazelle, George Breckenridge Davis, Leslie J. Perry, Joseph William Kirkley, Fred Crayton Ainsworth, John Sheldon Moodey, Calvin Duvall Cowles
  
-HDQRS. FIRST SEPARATE BRIG., EIGHTH ARMY CORPS,​\\ ​+"HDQRS. FIRST SEPARATE BRIG., EIGHTH ARMY CORPS,​\\ ​
 Relay House, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, August 10, 1861.\\ ​ Relay House, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, August 10, 1861.\\ ​
 Lieut. Col, LYNDE CATLIN,​\\ ​ Lieut. Col, LYNDE CATLIN,​\\ ​
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 National Guard, 72. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Elysville, detachment One hundred and forty-fourth Ohio State National Guard, 60. Mount Airy, five companies Eleventh Maryland Infantry, 327. Monrovia, three companies and headquarters Eleventh Maryland Infantry, 137; detachment First Delaware Cavalry, 202, Monocacy Junction, One hundred and ninety-fifth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, 360; six companies First Eastern Shore Maryland Volunteers, 431; detachment Eighth Illinois Cavalry, 128; one Section Battery H, Third Pennsylvania Artillery, 45. National Guard, 72. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Elysville, detachment One hundred and forty-fourth Ohio State National Guard, 60. Mount Airy, five companies Eleventh Maryland Infantry, 327. Monrovia, three companies and headquarters Eleventh Maryland Infantry, 137; detachment First Delaware Cavalry, 202, Monocacy Junction, One hundred and ninety-fifth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, 360; six companies First Eastern Shore Maryland Volunteers, 431; detachment Eighth Illinois Cavalry, 128; one Section Battery H, Third Pennsylvania Artillery, 45.
  
-These detachments are all in good order, considering that they are nearly all new troops and their term of service is so short, but they are very deficient in drill and under poor discipline. This is owing, in a great measure, to the detached condition of the command, and also to the officers, who are not at all well instructed in their duties. This is not the case with the Eighth Illinois Cavalry, First Delaware Cavalry, Rank’s-battery,​ and First Eastern Shore Maryland Volunteers. ‘These troops are well organized and able to perform good service. ​The hospital department of the various detachments is in bad condition, there not being sufficient medical officers to give proper attention to the sickSince last report Rank’s (Pennsylvania) batteryOne hundred and+These detachments are all in good order, considering that they are nearly all new troops and their term of service is so short, but they are very deficient in drill and under poor discipline. This is owing, in a great measure, to the detached condition of the command, and also to the officers, who are not at all well instructed in their duties. This is not the case with the Eighth Illinois Cavalry, First Delaware Cavalry, Rank’s-battery,​ and First Eastern Shore Maryland Volunteers. ‘These troops are well organized and able to perform good service...'"​
  
  
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