Sixteenth Alabama, and 5 officers of the medical staff and 81 non-commissioned officers and privates, taken prisoners; Lieutenant J. E. Patterson, Twentieth Tennessee, and A. J. Knapp, Fifteenth Mississippi, and 66 non-commissioned officers and privates, wounded; making 192 killed, 89 prisoners not wounded and 68 wounded; a total of killed, wounded, and prisoners of 349.
Our loss was as follows
Troops. Officers. Men. Officers Men.
10th Indiana - 10 3 72
1st Kentucky (Cavalry) 1 2 - 19
4th Kentucky - 8 4 48
2nd Minnesota - 12 2 31
9th Ohio - 6 4 24
Total 1 38 13 194
A complete list of the names of our killed and wounded and of the prisoners is herewith attached.*
I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient servant,
GEO. H. THOMAS,
Brigadier-General, U. S. Volunteers, Commanding.
Captain J. B. FRY,
A. A. G., Chief of Staff, Hdqrs. Dept. Ohio, Louisville, Ky.
CIRCULAR.] HEADQUARTERS BEECH GROVE, KY.,
January 18, 1862.
The following will be the order of march
General Zollicoffer: Fifteenth Mississippi in advance, Lieutenant-Colonel Walthall; battery of our guns, Captain Rutledge; Nineteenth Tennessee, Colonel Cummings; Twentieth Tennessee, Colonel Battle; Twenty-fifth Tennessee, Colonel Stanton.
General Carroll: Seventeenth Tennessee, Colonel Newman; Twenty-eighth Tennessee, Colonel Murray; Twenty-ninth Tennessee, Colonel Powell' two guns in rear of infantry, Captain McClung.
Sixteenth Alabama, Colonel Wood, in reserve, cavalry battalions in rear, Colonel Branner on the right, Colonel McClellan on the left; independent companies in front of the advance regiment; ambulances and ammunition wagons in rear of the whole and in the order of their regiments.
By order of General Crittenden
A. S. CUNNINGHAM,
HDQRS. FIRST DIVISION, DEPARTMENT OF THE OHIO,
Somerset, Ky., February 3, 1862.
Brigadier General D. C. BUELL,
Commanding Department of the Ohio, Louisville, Ky.
GENERAL: I have the honor to forward to you by Captain Davidson, Tenth Kentucky Volunteers, six rebel flags: one captured on the battle-