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nent; in importance of results, but few such have taken place in the history of the world.

Whilst congratulating the brave and gallant soldiers, it becomes the duty of the general commanding to make special notice of the brave wounded and those killed upon the field. Whilst they leave friends and relatives to mourn their loss, they have won a nation's gratitude and undying laurels, not to be forgotten by future generations, who will enjoy the blessings of the best government the sun ever shone upon, preserved by their valor.

By order of Major General U. S. Grant:

JNumbers A. RAWLINS,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

[Addenda.]

Abstract from the field returns of the several divisions of the Army of the Tennessee, Major General U. S. Grant commanding.

APRIL 4-5, 1862.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers Men. Aggregat Pieces Notes by

. e. of the

artille compiler.

ry.

First 125 2,531 2,656 ---

Division:

1st Brigade

2nd Brigade 77 1,769 1,846 ---

3rd Brigade 110 2,118 2,228 ---

From "

statement

of

effective

force,"

April

5. Pieces

of

artillery

not

reported

on

original.

Unattached 9 289 298 ---

Total First 321 6,707 7,028 ---

Division

Second 108 1,996 2,104 6

Division:

1st Brigade

2nd Brigade 123 2,603 2,726 6

3rd Brigade 180 3,517 3,697 ---

Return

dated

April 5.

Unattached 8 173 181 12

Total 419 8,289 8,708 24

Second

Division

Third 65 1,933 1,998 ---

Division:

1st Brigade

2nd Brigade 103 2,133 2,236 ---

3rd Brigade 111 2,430 2,541 ---

Return

dated

April

4;the

division

not in the

battle of

April 6.

Unattached 35 754 789 12

Total Third 314 7,250 7,564 12

Division

Fourth 99 2,416 2,515 6

Division:

1st Brigade

2nd Brigade 113 2,698 2,811 4

3rd Brigade 87 1,739 1,826 ---

Return

dated

April 5.

Unattached 7 143 150 ---

Total 306 6,996 7,302 10

Fourth

Division

Fifth 79 2,050 2,129 6

Division:

1st Brigade

2nd Brigade 90 1,936 2,026 4

3rd Brigade 110 2,331 2,441 ---

Return

dated

April 5.

4th Brigade 103 2,131 2,234 6

Total Fifth 382 8,448 8,830 16

Division

Sixth 119 2,671 2,790 ---

Division:

1st Brigade

2nd Brigade 85 1,689 1,774 ---

Unattached 41 858 899 ---

Return

dated

April 5;

strength

of two

regiments

and one

battery

not

reported

on the

original.

Total Sixth 245 5,218 5,463 ---

Division

Grand total 1,987 42,908 44,895 62

Division

staff not

included

in this

abstract.