Captured in this fight, he was held until December, and the next summer, following the Battle of Gettysburg, led the 2nd Division, III Corps, Army of the Potomac in a number of engagements against elements of the retiring Confederate army in the vicinity of Harpers Ferry and western Maryland. His last active combat service came that autumn in the unproductive Bristoe and Mine Run Campaigns.His performance as commander of the 2nd Division dissatisfied Major General George G. Meade, and he was implicated by corps commander Major General William H. French in the division's failure to have engaged Confederate General Robert E. Lee's troops on November 26, 1863, the opening day of the Mine Run Campaign. He next commanded garrison troops in the Districts of Cairo, Illinois, ; Pamlico, North Carolina, ; and Columbus, Georgia, ; and briefly the 5th Division, XVIII Corps in the Department of North Carolina. He received promotion to Lieutenant Colonel of Regulars in the paymaster's department on March 3, 1877, and was retired on December 31, 1879. Despondent over his health, he committed suicide in his hotel room in London, England. "Guaranteed period item from the Civil War" "Guaranteed Civil War image from the 1860's".
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