War of the Rebellion: Serial 010 Page 0269 Chapter XXII. PITTSBURG LANDING, OR SHILOH, TENN.

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displayed great courage that I cannot undertake to select individuals as more distinguished than others.

Officers and men lost nearly everything, except what they had on their persons when the fight commenced. They are destitute of overcoats, blankets, knapsacks, and haversacks; also dress-coats, they having on their blouses.

Your obedient servant,

R. P. BUCKLAND

Colonel, Commanding Fourth Brigade.

General WILLIAM T. SHERMAN.

Commanding Division

[Indorsement.]

HEADQUARTERS FOURTH BRIGADE, FIFTH DIVISION,

April 9, 1862

Respectfully forwarded, with list of killed, wounded, and missing. This brigade attracted my attention, and has received notice in my report. I feel assured the officers named by Colonel Buckland will receive their reward in season.

W. T. SHERMAN,

Brigadier-General, Commanding Fifth Division.

HEADQUARTERS FOURTH BRIGADE, FIFTH DIVISION,

April 10, 1862

SIR: I annex a list of the killed, wounded, and missing of this brigade, which sums up as follows:*

Killed Wounded Missing

Command. Offic Enlis Offic Enlis Offic Enlis Aggr

ers ted ers ted ers ted egat

men men men e.

48th Ohio 1 13 5 85 --- 49 153

70th Ohio --- 9 1 53 --- --- 63

72nd Ohio 2 13 3 70 --- 45 133

Total 3 35 9 208 --- 94 349

Many of the missing will doubtless be found alive and well.

R. P. BUCKLAND.

Colonel, Commanding Fourth Brigade.

General WILLIAM T. SHERMAN.

Commanding Fifth Division.

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*But see revised statement, p. 104.

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