5th Infantry.-Lieutenant Charles W. Grills, died of wounds received August 30.
6th Infantry.-Lieutenant William G. Burgess, killed August 30; Lieutenant Joseph H. Smith, died of wounds received August 30.
10th Infantry.-Lieutenant Joseph W. Mauck, killed August 9.
12th Infantry.-Major John P. May, killed August 30.
13th Infantry.-Lieuts. R. T. J. Humphreys and Samuel R. Luckett, killed August 9.
16th Infantry.-Colonel Charles A. Crump, killed August 30.
21st Infantry.-Lieutenant J. A. Younger, killed August 9; Lieuts. Anthony M. Cosby and Daniel L. Minter, died of wounds received August 9.
27th Infantry.-Lieutenant John L. Stull, died of wounds received August 30.
37th Infantry.-Capts. John V. Duff and William F. Duff, killed August 9.
41st Infantry.-Lieutenant William C. Kerr, killed August 30.
42nd Infantry.-Captain Nicholas Cabler, killed August 29; Lieutenant John A. Tatum, killed August 9.
47th Infantry.-Lieutenant James Ball, killed August 29.
48th Infantry.-Lieutenant John A. Cocke, killed August 9.
55th Infantry.-Captain E. M. Healy, killed August 29.
Battery C.-Captain Frank Buell, killed August 22.
2nd Infantry.-Lieutenant Hamilton B. James, killed August 29.
3rd Infantry.-Captain David Gibson, killed August 29.
8th Infantry.-Captain Julien E. Curtis, died of wounds received August 30.
2nd Infantry.-Captain Julius F. Randolph, killed August 28.
3rd Infantry.-Captain Moses O'Brien, died of wounds received August 9.
7th Infantry.-Captain George H. Brayton, killed August 28.
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WAR OF THE REBELLION:
A COMPILATION OF THE
UNION AND CONFEDERATE ARMIES.
PREPARED, UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR,
Lieutenant Colonel ROBERT N. SCOTT, Third U. S. Artillery,
PUBLISHED PURSUANT TO ACT OF CONGRESS APPROVED JUNE 16, 1880.
SERIES I-VOLUME XII-IN THREE PARTS.
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
An act of Congress approved July 31, 1886, provided, in connection with the publication of the Records of the War of the Rebellion, that-
The evidence taken by the court-martial on the trial of Fitz John Porter, and the arguments made before the court by counsel for the prosecution and defense, together with the report thereon by Judge Holt to President Lincoln, and any reply thereto filed with the President before approval of sentence, shall be printed in connection with matter already printed concerning the proceedings of said court-martial.
The matter referred to as already printed appears in Series I, Vol. XII, Part II, of the published records. The entire record of the court-martial, with the review thereon of Judge-Advocate-General Holt, is therefore published as a supplement to said Volume XII, and is so paged that in anew edition of the Records it can be incorporated in Part II of that volume.
ROBERT N. SCOTT,
Lieutenant Colonel third U. S. Artillery.
WAR DEPARTMENT, October 2, 1886.
WM. C. ENDICOTT,
Secretary of War.