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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 29, Part 1 (Bristoe, Mine Run)
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Return of killed and wounded in Ewell's (Second) corps, &c.-Continued.

Killed. Wounded.

Command. Officers Men. Officers Men. Aggregate.

Battle Brigade.

3rd Alabama. ... .. ... 5 5

5th Alabama. ... .. ... 3 3

12th Alabama. ... .. ... 2 2

Total. ... ... ... 10 10



5th North ... ... ... 1 1


Total Rodes' ... 4 .... 33 37



Alleghany .. ... ... 7 7


Courtney ... .. .. 1 1


Lee Battery. a1 2 ... 1 4

First Maryland ... 1 ... 1 2


Orange ... ... ... 1 1


Total. 1 3 ... 11 15

Grand total. 9 74 33 485 601

a Captain Charles I. Raine killed.

Numbers 103. Report of Brigadier General Harry T. Hays, C. S. Army, commanding Early's division.


Camp near Somerville Ford, January 22, 1864.

MAJOR: In obedience to the instructions of the lieutenant-general commanding, I have the honor to submit the following report of the operations of Early's division in the affair on Mine Run:

On the night of November 26, 1863, I received orders from Major-General Early, commanding Second Corps, to move with the division to the intersection of the road from Zoar Church to Verdierville with the stone turnpike to Fredericksburg.

Accordingly, between 2 and 3 o'clock on the morning of November 27, the troops were marched as directed via Old Verdierville, Lieutenant-Colonel Jones, with his artillery battalion (consisting of Tanner's, Garber's, and Carrington's batteries), following in rear. Brigadier-General Pegram with his brigade was left to guard Raccoon, Somerville, an Robertson's Fords, with orders to join the division on the stone pike as soon as relieved by the cavalry of General Fitzhugh Lee. Arriving at 6 a. m. at the junction of the roads designated, we were joined by Brigadier-General Gordon and the four regiments of his command, which had been previously sent to this point by Major-General Early's directions in anticipation of a raid in our rear. Here we rested about an hour.

I was then ordered by the major-general commanding to proceed to Locust Grove, and, if practicable, to gain that position before the enemy. The division marched immediately to effect this object, but

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