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REPORT OF COMMITTEE 



RECRUIT THE NINTH ARMY CORPS. 



The Committee to Recruit the Ninth Army Corps respect- 
fully submit a report of the receipt and expenditure of the 
moneys entrusted to them for this purpose. 

The Committee was appointed at a meeting held at the Fifth 
Avenue Hotel, on the evening of the 30th January, 1864, in 
pursuance of the following call : 

New-York, ZQth January, 1864. 
Dear Sir: 

General Burnside has been authorized by the President to recruit 
the Ninth Army Corps to 50,000 men, and head-quarters have been 
established in this city for the purpose. 

The record of the Ninth Army Corps is too well known to need 
detailed mention. From Roanoke to Knoxville, through the campaigns 
of North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Vicksburg and East Tennessee, 
it has fought its way to the noble fame it now enjoys. 

Among its Regiments is the 51st New- York State Volunteers, raised 
in this city in 1861, and now returned after severe campaigns. Four- 
fifths of this regiment have re-enlisted, and are now anxious to fill up 
their numbers and return to the field. 

You are invited to meet with us at the Fifth Avenue Hotel, Room 
H., Saturday evening next, 31st January, at 8 P. M., to consider how 
the purpose of General Burnside may be best promoted. 

John A. Stevens, John J. Cisco, 

James M. Brown, M. II. Grinnell, 

Jonathan Sturges, W. E. Dodge, 

Thomas Tileston, George Opdyke. 



A larcre gathering of influential citizens replied to the call, 
and was eloquently addressed by General Burnside, after 
which a Committee was appointed, consisting of 

Messrs. James M. Brown, 

Eobert B. Roosevelt, 
Edward Potter, 
Elliott F. Shepard, 
J. Butler Wright, 
John Austin Stevens, Jr. 

The Committee organized without delay ; appointed Mr. 
James M. Brown Chairman and Treasurer, and John Austin 
Stevens, Jr., Secretary. . 

The veteran organizations belonging to this State attached 
to the Ninth Army Corps, which had re-enlisted, were the 
Fifty-first and the Forty-sixth, (a German regiment.) 

The Fifty-first was a Regiment particularly dear to the hearts 
of New- York. It had been greatly distinguished for the gal- 
lantry of its rank and file. Originally commanded by Colonel Fer- 
rero, Lieut.-Colonel Robert B. Potter, and Major Charles 
W. Le Gendre, the first two of these officers had been pro- 
moted to the rank of Brigadier-General for merit, and the 
third, Colonel Le Gendre, was now in command of the Regi- 
ment. , , 

He was now appointed chief of the recruiting service 
of the Ninth Corps, for the State of New-York. Establishing 
his head-quarters at 598 Broadway, with the aid of his excel- 
lent officers, conspicuous among whom was the lamented 
Sims, he at once set upon the work assigned to him ; and the 
Committee had but little to do except to raise and disburse the 
necessary funds, in accordance with his wise suggestions. ^ 

In addition to these Regiments, at the request of Brigadier 
General, now Major-General Robert B. Potter, then command- 
ing the Second Division Ninth Corps, the Committee also 
undertook to recruit for the 34th Battery of Artillery, then 
under command of the gallant Lieut. Benjamin, who had dis- 
tinguished himself so greatly at the siege of Knoxville, m the 
defence of Fort Saunders. • 



The labors of the Committee for the recruiting of the 51st 
New- York had hardly commenced before the Regiment was 
again ordered to the "West, leaving only a small detail to rep- 
resent it in New-York. 

Early in April it was ordered to Annapolis, where General- 
Burnside had been instructed to establish the rendezvous of 
the corps. 

The head-quarters in New- York, of the Fifty-first Regi- 
ment, were successively under the direction of Captains Sims, 
Holbrook and Stuart, all of whom were active in their efforts 
to fill up the ranks. 

The payments were only made on the receipt of vouchers 
from United States mustering officers, showing that the men 
were in charge of the officers appointed by the War Department. 

As the men were mustered, they were sent to Hart's Island, 
one of the posts established to receive recruits. 

The delays in forwarding the recruits to the Regiment caus- 
ing some anxiety to the Committee as to whether the men 
were likely to reach the organization for which they were des- 
tined, the Secretary of the Committee, together with Captain 
J. Stuart, at the time the recruiting officer for the Ninth Corps 
in New-York, called at the rendezvous at Hart's Island, on 
the 21st April, and received the following report : 

DEPARTMENT OF OHIO. 

S1M.JST. T. V. W&J&Z, V. VZthN. Y. v. T c£. l { or 
No. of Men received, 306 46 46 398 

" sent to Army, 120 24 36 180 

" at rendezvous, 186 22 10 218 

306 46 46 398 

When forwarded. 

January 12, S 16 15 

February 21, 45 

" 29, 63 

March 2, 9 8 21 

120 24 36 180 

(Signed,) Hanson E. Weaver, 

First Lieut 8lh U. S. Infantry, 
Mustering and Inspecting Officer of Post. 



In the month of April the Ninth Corps moved from its 
rendezvous at Annapolis and marched to join the Army of the 
Potomac, then about to begin the great Virginia campaign : 
while on the march the Fifty-first Regiment addressed the 
following letter to the Committee : 

Head-Quarters 51st Regt. N. Y. Vols., Infantry, 
Near Bristow Station, Virginia, May 1, 1864. 

At a meeting of the officers of the Fifty-first Regiment N. Y. Vet. 
Vols. Infantry, held at Bristow Station, Va., on the 1st of May, 1864, 
the following resolutions were unanimously adopted : 

First. — That the gratitude of the whole command has been won by 
the Committee of the Ninth Army Corps for the City of New-York, 
Messrs. James M. Brown, Robert B. Roosevelt, J. Butler Wright, 
Robert Morris, Howard Potter, Elliott F. Shepard, John Austin 
Stevens, Jr., for their generous and disinterested efforts to recruit 
this Regiment to its full strength. 

Second. — That as a special mark of esteem to John Austin Stevens, 
Jr., the Secretary of the Committee, for the intimate identification of 
himself with the interest of this Regiment, and his continuous efforts 
for its special benefit, he be elected an honorary member of this 
Regiment. 

Third. — That a copy of these resolutions be forwarded to each mem- 
ber of the Committee, through its President, James M. Brown, Esq., 
and the original kept in the regimental records. 

F. B. McReady, 
Secretary of the Meeting and 1st Lieut. 

Approved and respectfully forwarded to the President of the Com- 
mittee, James M. Brown, Esq. 

Charles W. Le Cendre, 
Colonel 51st Regt. N. Y. V. V. 

A few days later the Ninth Corps was thrown across the 
Kapidan, and immediately became engaged in the desperate 
series of engagements known as the Battle of the Wilderness. 
Here, on the first day of action, its brave Colonel fell, badly 
wounded by a ball which carried away one eye, and was 
forced to leave the field. His health was so much shattered 
by this second dangerous wound, that he was soon after com- 
pelled to resign his command. The command devolved on 



Major John G. Wright; the Lieut.-Col., R. C. Mitchell, act- 
ing on the staff of Major- General Potter. 

On the 19th May, the Eegiment addressed a further commu- 
nication to the Committee : 

Head-Quarters 51st Reg. N. Y. V. V., in the Field, 
Spottsylvania Court-House, May 19, 1864. 

John Austin Stevens, Jr., Esq., 

Secretary of Committee of Citizens of New-York, 

engaged in Recruiting the Ninth Army Corps : 

Dear Sir : 

This hurried communication we send to you from our bivouac, near 
the scene of yesterday's engagement, where the men of the Fifty-first 
advanced against the foe, amidst a murderous fire, close to the face 
of a scorching blaze of artillery. 

Such has been the ceaseless character of our duties during the last 
thirteen days that our present relief from duty seems almost unreal ; 
our losses stare us in the face ; the turmoil of the fray is still before our 
minds ; and in our heart lingers 

" A deep feeling, like the moan 
Of wearied ocean, when the storm is gone." 

Our stay in this part of the field is uncertain. We know not how 
soon we may be again engaged, and we can merely send a note of 
acknowledgment of the services you have rendered us. About three 
weeks since, during a temporary halt at Bristow Station, a meeting of 
the officers was held and resolutions of thanks to the Committee were 
passed ; but the Secretary of that meeting, Lieut. McReadt, having 
been wounded in the Battle of the "Wilderness," on the 6th inst., the 
resolutions have probably not reached you. 

While actively engaged in trying to strengthen our organization, it 
may be satisfactory to you to know that the Regiment has borne its 
part in the patriotic struggle now so critical. Since May 6th, until 
yesterday, the 18th, the Regiment has been constantly under fire ; and 
during that time we have been in the very front of the three late engage- 
ments, losing during the campaign one hundred and twenty-five in 
killed and wounded. A large majority of these were old members of 
the Regiment. 

The command has suffered not only in numerical strength but in 
health. The urgency of the service required of us has caused a longer 
continuance of fatigue than usually occurs except in sieges. 

" The feigned retreat ; the nightly ambuscade, 
The daily harass, and the fight delayed ; 
The weary vigil, and the scant supply, 
Tho tentleas rest beneath the humid sky." 



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Of the number of recruits secured by your endeavors — * have 

joined and shared the campaign with us, and we understand that other 
squads are at Alexandria or on the way to join the Regiment. 

"While acknowledging the work you have already done, we presume 
to thank you for labors in our behalf yet unperformed, knowing that 
in your peaceful homes you sympathize in the efforts in which we are 
humbly assisting. 

We remain, gentlemen, yours respectfully, 

JOHN G. WRIGHT, Major Com'dg 51st JV. Y. V. 
SAMUEL H. SIMS, Capt., ^Acting Lt. Col. 
GEORGE W. WHITMAN, Capt. 51st Beg t. N. Y. V. 
GEORGE A. TUTTLE, 
CHARLES W. WALTER, « " 

DAVID F. WRIGHT, " Co. B., " 

FRANK BUTLER, 1st Lieut. « " 

WM. F. ACKERSON, " Co. F. " 
PALIN H. SIMS, » Co. G. " 

LEONARD S. SCHOONMAKER, Co. E. 
WILLIAM CALDWELL, Co. I. " 
S. M. POOLEY, » Co. D. « 

CHARLES H. BUNKER, Co. H. " 
WILLIAM E. BABCOCK, U Lieut. Co. F. " 
JAMES H. CARBERRY, " Co. A. " 



Endorsed upon the back of the letter was the following 
note : 

Hanover Town, Mag 29, 1864. 
J. A. Stevens, Jr., Esq. : 

Sir, — Owing to the rapidity of our movements it has been impos- 
sible for me to forward this communication earlier. I now improve 
the chance of a special courier who is going to the rear with orders 
for Gen. Burn side. 

The troops are now in line of battle, and no doubt we will be en- 
gaged to-morrow. All the officers join in wishing to be remembered 
to you. . 

I have the honor to be, 

Your obd't serv't, 

David F. Wright, 
Capt. 51st N. Y. V. V. 
Acting A. C. S., 2d Div., 9tk A. Corps. 

* This blank occurs in the original. 



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The Fifty-first Regiment partook of the varied fortunes of 
the Army of the Potomac to the close of the war. Before 
Petersburg, in the affair of the mine, 30th July, 1864, the 
Regiment suffered severely, and among its officers lost on that 
deadly field was the gallant Sims, who fell while rallying the 
retreating column. In one of the flanking movements for the 
possession of the South Side Rail-Road, known as the battle 
of Poplar Spuing Grove, 30th September, 1864, the division, 
to which the 51st Regiment was attached, being thrown for- 
ward in advance of its supports, was in great part captured by 
the enemy, and only a small detail of the 51st remained. 
Thus to their other sufferings in the cause was added that of 
confinement in the loathsome prisons of Salisbury and Dan- 
ville. The Regiment was returned under exchange in Feb- 
ruary, 1865, and again joined Grant's army. 

The following report from the Lieutenant-Colonel, John G. 
Wright, in command of the Regiment at the time of its cap- 
ture, first informed the Committee of the number of men who, 
by desertion or from other causes, failed to report. 

It will show the difficulty under which Regiments in the field 
labored in keeping up their organizations, and how much the 
51st N. Y. V. V. was indebted to the labors of the Committee 
and of its friends at home : 

Head-Quarters 51st Reg. N. Y. V. V., 
Alexandria, Va., May 12, 1865. 
John Austin Stevens, Jr., Esq. : 

Dear Sir, — Enclosed please find the rolls of men who were enlisted 
from this Regiment, but who have never reported. The Regiment is 
now on duty in this city, guarding United States military prisons, and 
have the most comfortable quarters, the best rations and the lightest 
duty they have had since their entry into service. We have two 
hundred and sixty-one enlisted men present with the Regiment, and 
the number is daily increasing. Quite a number of men who were re- 
ported dead at Salisbury, N. C, have returned to the Regiment, and 
others are expected, so I am in hopes the mortality will not prove as 
great as has been reported. The health of both officers and enlisted 
men is very good. If you should visit Washington to witness the 
contemplated Review, I trust you will not fail to come down and see us. 
Respectfully yours truly, 

John G. Wright, 
Lieut- Col. Commanding 5lst jY. Y. V. V. 



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The rolls reported 140 men, enlisted between February and 
August, the time of the labors of the Committee, as having 
failed to appear. 

The missing men were gradually restored to the command, 
and when the Kegiment at last returned to ISTew-York, where 
it was originally raised under the name of the Shepakd Rifles, 
in 1861, on the 25th July, 1865, 456 men were mustered out 
and received their discharges. 

During the period of their labors the Committee enlisted 667 
men, of whom 564 were for the 51st Regiment, a fact which 
furnishes a striking instance of the difficulty in keeping an 
organization in the field, even with great outside exertions, un- 
der the system adopted, perhaps of necessity, during the war. 

The tables annexed show the disposition of the recruits and 
the amount of money collected and expended by the Commit- 
tee. In this connection it is proper to say, that the Committee 
were able to collect from our liberal and public -spirited com- 
munity as much money as they thought necessary for the pur- 
pose they had in charge. "Without their efforts the 51st Regi- 
ment could not have kept the field. 

All of which is respectfully submitted. 

By order. 

John Austin Stevens, Jr., 

Secretary. 



LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS 



!un<l to |lcmtit the §Uh &m$ timp. 



General Subscribers. 



Feb. 11, 1864. Jonathan Sturges, $100 00 

J. F. D. Lanier, 100 00 

Morris Ketchum, 100 00 

Moses H. Grinnell, 250 00 

Liverraore, Clews & Co., 100 00 

William H. Marston, 100 00 

William Curtis Noyes, 100 00 

National Bank Note Company, (by E. F. S.,) 100 00 

Feb. 13. J. Butler Wright, 100 00 

James Brown, 250 00 

Howard Potter, 100 00 

James M. Brown, 100 00 

J. C. Brown, 100 00 

C. S. Brown, 50 00 

Feb. 17. Phelps, Dodge & Co., 100 00 

J. Warren & Son, 50 00 

Robert B. Roosevelt, 100 00 

Spofford, Tilcston & Co., 1 00 00 

Fisk & Hatch, 100 00 

L. P. Morton & Co., 100 00 

Charles Carow, 50 00 

George Griswold, 100 00 

John C. Green, 1 00 00 

William F. Cary, 100 00 

Hugh N. Camp, 100 00 

C. N. Potter, 100 00 

J. B. & W. W. Cornell & Co, '. . 100 00 

Chas. Burrall Hoffman, 100 CO 

J. G. King's Sons, 100 00 

G. S. Robbins & Son, 100 CO 

Moses Taylor 100 CO 

Feb. 19. George C. Ward. 100 00 

Carried forward, $3,350 00 



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Brought forward, $3,350 00 

Feb. 19. James Lenox, 1,000 00 

20. S. Gandy, 100 00 

26. Schuyler, Hartley & Graham, 100 00 

J. P. Moro-an & Co., 100 00 

Morris K. Jesup & Co., 100 00 

Thomas H. Faile, 100 00 



Members of New- York Stock Exchange, through 
Edward King. 

Mch. 9. A. B. Baylis, $100 00 

Seyton & Wainwright, 100 00 

Edward King, 100 00 

A. L. Corse & Co., 100 00 

Ward, Campbell & Co., 100 00 

W. & J. O'Brien, 50 00 

Ward & Co., 50 00 

D. Groesbeck & Co., 50 00 

B. M., 50 00 

Weeks & Co., 50 00 

Fearing & Dalton, 50 00 

George S. Rainsford, 50 00 

Clark, Docile & Co., 50 00 

Wm. H. Neilson, 25 00 

Edward Wolff, 25 00 

H. Meigs, Jr., & Smith, 50 00 

1,000 00 

17. D. Stinson, 250 00 

April 21. G. S. Stephenson, 50 00 

Stanton, Sheldon & Co., 50 00 

Alex. Van Rensselaer, 100 00 

Timothy G. Churchill, 25 00 

22. Elliot C. Cowdin, 25 00 

Marie & Kanz, 50 00 

Wm. T. Blodgett, 100 00 

E. D. Morgan & Co., 100 00 

May 10. Wm. M. Vermilye, ■ 100 00 

John E. Williams, Presd't, 100 00 

Spraa;ue, Cooper & Colburn, 100 00 

Van^Wyck, Townsend & Co., 100 00 

Nehemiah Knight, 25 00 

16. The New-York Produce Exchange, by Ar- 
chibald Baxter, Pres't, 2,000 00 

Carried forward, $9,025 00 



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Brought forward, $9,025 00 

Special Subscription?, to close Account. 

Mch. 30, 1865. James M. Brown, 100 00 

Howard Potter, 100 00 

J. Butler "Wright, G5 00 

Robt. B. Roosevelt, 65 00 

E. F. Shepard, 65 00 

$9,420 00 

Paid to J. M. Brown, Treas., $6,500 

R. B. Roosevelt, Treas.,. . . 2,525 
J. B. Wright and J. A. 
Stevens, Jr., Committee 

to close accounts, 395 

$9,420 00 



Disbursements of Committee to Recruit Ninth Army Corps. 

In Drafts of Executive Committee, on James M. Brown, Treas. 

Feb., 1864. To paid, in month of February, for recruits, $1,740 00 

" Col. C. W. Le Gendre, expenses of 

tour through State of New-York, 
to establish agencies,. . . .$200 00 

19, 1864. " John W. Oliver, printing 

and posting, 88 00 

22. " Telegram to Secretary of 

War, 11 08 

21. " Bill of January advertise- 
ment, 24 30 

27. " J. W. Oliver, printing, 25 75 

29. " Advertisements, February, . 24 30 

373 43 

March. " in month of March, for recruits, . . 2,350 00 

11. " Advertisements, City and 

County, $31 23 

14. " " " 38 90 

19. " " " 40 85 

17. " Printing, 7 00 

" Telegram, 3 73 

28. " John W.Oliver, 1000 mam- 

moth posters, colors,. ... 125 00 

246 71 

April. " in month of April, for recruits, ... 1,770 00 

" Capt. H. H. Holbrook, sundry ex- 
penses of recruiting, 55 60 



Carried forward, $6,535 74 



May. 



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Brought forward; $6,535 74 

In Drafts of Executive Committee on Robert B. 
Roosevelt, Treas. 

To paid, in month of May, for recruits, . . . 2,410 00 

" J. W. Oliver, printing, $9 00 

" Advertising, 2 00 

" Capt. J. J. Stuart, expenses 

recruiting office, 12 40 

" petty clerical assistance, ... 86 



Mcb. 3, 1865. 



Dec. 30, 1865. 



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(in cheque of Special Committee,) 
by J. Butler Wright, John 
Austin Stevens, Jr., to close ac- 
counts, and settle outstanding 
claims, " Hathorne," 400 00 

Bill printing report, J. W.Amerman, 50 00 



Recapitulation. 
Paid for 667 recruits, 

" Incidental expenses of Committee, &c.,.. 



3,670 00 
750 00 



),420 00 



),420 00 



Summary op Enlistments. 



1864. 


51st V. V. 


46th V.V. 


*S9th V.V. 


34th 
Battery. 


Total. 


February, . . . 


94 





11 





105 


March, . . 




97 


4 





22 


123 


April, . . 




143 


8 





34 


185 


May, . . . 




57 


8 


1 


15 


81 


June, . . . 




6 











6 


July, . . . 




55 











55 


August, . . 




112 











112 






564 


20 


*12 


71 


667 



The above is a summary of the number of men, and the 
dates at which they were enlisted, into the different organiza- 
tions attached to the Ninth Corps. 



* Men enlisted into this Eegiment were paid for at the request of Gen. E. B. 

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