Consolidated morning report of the One Hundred and Seventeenth New York Vols commanded by Colonel William R. Pease [December 10, 1862]

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Consolidated Morning Report of the One Hundred and Seventeenth New York Vols Commanded by Colonel William R. Pease [December 10, 1862]

Morning Report
OF
117th New York Volunteers


FOR
December 10th 1862


Consolidated Morning Report of the One Hundred and Seventeenth New York Vols Commanded by Colonel William R. Pease
This blank will be used for Corps, Divisions, Brigades and Regiments. Number of Regiments. Number of Companies. Present Absent Present and Absent. Aggregate Last Return. Alterations. Present for Duty Equipped. Horses. Guns. Remarks.
Date: December 10th 1862 For Duty On Special, Extra, or Daily Duty. Sick. In Arrest or Confinement. Aggregate. On Detached Service. With Leave. Sick. Without Authority. Commissioned Officers. Enlisted Men. Aggregate. Gained. Lost. Infantry. Cavalry. Artillery. Serviceable. Unserviceable. Number. Calibre. All changes in the Commissioned Officers will be noted in the column of Remarks or on the back of the Return.
Commanding Officer. Troops. General Officers. General Staff Officers Field, Staff, and Company Officers. Total Commissioned. Enlisted Men. Aggregate. Commissioned Officers. Enlisted men. Commissioned Officers. Enlisted Men. Commissioned Officers. Enlisted Men. Within this Army or Department Without this Army or Department. Commissioned Officers. Enlisted Men. Commissioned Officers. Enlisted Men. Commissioned Officers. Enlisted Men. Commissioned Officers. Enlisted Men. Killed in action. Missing in action. From other causes Commissioned Officers. Enlisted Men. Commissioned Officers. Enlisted Men. Commissioned Officers. Enlisted Men. Cavalry and Artillery are, as a general rule, attached to divisions--not to brigades or regiments--and will be so considered, unless otherwise specially ordered by competent authority.
1 2 Commissioned Officers. Enlisted Men. Commissioned Officers. Enlisted Men. Commissioned Officers. Enlisted Men. Commissioned Officers. Enlisted Men. Commissioned Officers. Enlisted Men. The Tri-monthly Returns required for the Adjutant General's Office will be made out on this blank.
Number of columns for reference to notes … 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49  
Col William R. Pease           9 9 4 13             13                     9 4 13 13                                      
Capt Geo Wr Brigham Co A   1       3 91 94       3   1 98                     3 95 98 98                                      
Capt J Parsons Stowe Co B   2       3 73 96   3   9     86   1           2   3 3 89 92 92                                      
Capt Francis X Meyer Co C   3       3 81 89   3   3   1 96               2     3 95 98 98                                     Ira Spencer deserted
Capt John M Walcott Co D   4       2 81 83   1   6     90   1         1 7     3 96 99 100               1                      
Capt Levi K Brown Co E   5       3 83 86   1   3   1 91               4     3 92 95 95                                      
1st Lieut W. J Hunt Co F   6       2 76 78       8     86             1 8     3 92 95 95                                      
1st Lieut Jas M Latimore Co G   7       2 80 82   2   9 1   92               4     3 93 96 96                                      
1st Lieut Edwd Downier Co H   8       2 84 86   1   3     90             1 7     3 95 98 99               1                     Julius Ferguson deserted
Capt Chas Wheelock Co I   9       2 88 60   2   13     95             1 6   3 3 82 85 85                                      
Capt Egbert Bagg Co K   10       3 84 84       6   1 94               3     3 95 98 98                                      
Total …         9 34 813 849   13   59 1 4 911   2         4 44   6 39 928 969 969               2                      

Directions. On the report of regiments, this report will be made out by companies; on the report of brigades, by regiments; on the report of divisions, by brigades; on the report of corps, by divisions.
Infantry, cavalry, and artillery of each regiment, brigade, or division, (according as the report is made out by regiment, brigade or division,) will be on separate horizontal lines. (See note 2,
under the head of Remarks.)
In Column No. 1, should appear the name, in full, of the officer who actually commands, with his rank.
In Column No. 2, the number of the Regiment, the State, or, if not a State organization, the authorized name of the organization will be stated. If there is not room in this column, this will
be done on the back of the report.
If the report be correctly made out, the figures on the same horizontal line should check as follows:
The sum of Columns Nos. 5, 6, and 7, should equal No. 8; of Nos. 8 and 9, equal No. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, equal No. 17; of Nos. 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, and 27,
equal No. 30; of Nos. 8, 11, 13, 15, 18, 20, 22, 24, and 26, equal No. 28; of Nos. 9, 12, 14, 16, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, equal No. 29; of Nos. 28 and 29, equal No. 30.
The difference between the sum of 32, 33, and 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, and 39, should be the same as the difference between 30 and 31, and column 30 should be greater or less than 31,
according as the whole loss exceeds or is less than the whole gain.
Under the heading "Present for Duty Equipped," only those will be given who are actually available for the line of battle at the date of the Regimental Reports. In Column No. 49, all the different calibres should be given; and in Column No. 48, the number of pieces of each calibre.
Headquarters: ______________
Station: ______________
Date: ______________ 186 .
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Adjutant
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Commanding
(A.G.O. No. 31, 33, & 37--First.)

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