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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 27, Part 2 (Gettysburg Campaign)
Page 346 N. C., VA., W. VA., MD., PA., ETC. Chapter XXXIX.

Return of Casualties in the Army of Northern Virginia, &c. -Continued.

Command Killed Wounded Captured Aggregate

or

missing

Jones' Brigade. 6th 4 19 5 28

Virginia

7th Virginia 8 21 1 30

TOTAL 12 40 6 58

Jenkins' Brigade. --- --- --- ---

14th Virginia

16th Virginia --- --- --- ---

17th Virginia --- --- --- ---

34th Virginia --- --- --- ---

Battalion

36th Virginia --- --- --- ---

Battalion

TOTAL* --- --- --- ---

TOTAL Stuart's 36 140 64 240

division

RECAPITULATION. 910 4, 339 2, 290 7, 539

First Army Corps

Second Army Corps 809 3, 823 1, 305 5, 937

Third Army Corps 837 4, 407 1, 491 6, 735

Stuart's Cavalry 36 140 64 240

Division

GRAND TOTAL 2, 592 12, 5, 150 20, 451

709

NOTE. - The records of prisoners of war on file in the office of the Adjutant-General, U. S. Army, bear the names of 12, 227 wounded and unwounded Confederates captured by the Union forces at and about Gettysburg, from July 1 to 5, inclusive. The number of wounded is reported by the medical director of the Army of the Potomac as 6, 802.

No. 428 Reports of Brigadier General William N. Pendleton, C. S. Army, Chief of Artillery.

HDQRS. ARTILLERY CORPS, ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA, September 12, 1863.

GENERAL: A report of artillery operations during the late campaign I have now the honor to submit. It has been somewhat retarded by delays on the part of battalion commanders. The severe contents near Fredericksburg early in May having resulted disastrously to the enemy, opportunity was allowed us of repairing losses and getting ready for subsequent operations. To this end my energies were directed throughout the of May. What has been the general and was distributed, and the three corps, into which the army was now divided, had assigned to each five artillery battalions, averaging four four-gun batteries, each battalion being satisfactorily equipped and well commanded, and the group for each corps being under charge of a suitable chief.

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*Loss, if any not of record.

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