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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 12, Part 2 (Second Manassas)
Page 262 OPERATIONS IN N. VA., W. VA., AND MD. Chapter XXIV.

Return of Casualties in the Union forces, commanded By Major General John Pope, during the operations August 16-September 2, 1862, inclusive-Continued.

Killed. Wounded.

Command. Officers Enlisted Officers Enlisted

men men

Second Brigade

Colonel EDWARD

FERRERO

21st Massachusetts 3 19 5 86

51st New York ..... 10 ..... 57

51st Pennsylvania ..... 1 ..... 8

Total Second Brigade 3 30 5 151

Total Second Division 8 101 18 397

Total Ninth Army 15 189 43 957

Corps

KANAWHA DIVISION

(detachment)

11th Ohio .... ..... 1 7

12th Ohio .... 14 ...... 42

30th Ohio* ...... ...... ...... .....

36th Ohio* .... .... ..... .....

Total .... 14 1 49

Captured or missing

Command. Officers Enlisted Aggrega-te

men

Second Brigade

Colonel EDWARD

FERRERO

21st Massachusetts 3 37 153

51st New York ...... 22 89

51st Pennsylvania ...... 7 16

Total Second Brigade 3 66 258

Total Second Division 7 245 776

Total Ninth Army 11 308 1,523

Corps

KANAWHA DIVISION

(detachment)

11th Ohio 1 24 33

12th Ohio ..... 17 73

30th Ohio* ..... .... .....

36th Ohio* ...... ...... .....

Total 1 41 106

GRAND RECAPITULATION.

Army of Virginia 63 866 245 4,144

Army of the Potomac 54 546 172 2,841

Ninth Army Corps 15 189 43 957

Kanawha Division ...... 14 1 49

(detachment)

Grand total 132 1,615 461 7,991

Army of Virginia 67 2,720 8,105

Army of the Potomac 27 1,088 4,728

Ninth Army Corps 11 308 1,523

Kanawha Division 1 41 106

(detachment)

Grand total 106 4,157 14,462

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* No loss reported.

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No. 2. Report of Major General Franz Sigel, U. S. Army, commanding First Corps, Army of Virginia, of operations along the Rappahannock and the battles of Groveton and Bull Run.


HEADQUARTERS FIRST CORPS, ARMY OF VIRGINIA,
Near Fort De Kalb, Va., September 16, 1862.

COLONEL: I have the honor to submit the following reports:

1.-OPERATIONS PREVIOUS TO THE BATTLES OF THE 29TH AND 30TH AUGUST.

After the battle of Cedar Mountain, the retreat of the First Corps from the Rapidan behind the Rappahannock, and the several engagements of that corps near Rappahannock Station, Freeman's Ford, and


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