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ordnance officer. The energy of Lieutenant Horton in bringing up ammunition was conspicuous.

I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

WM. NELSON,

Brigadier-General, Commanding Fourth Division.

Return of casualties in the Fourth Division, Army of the Ohio, at the battle of Pittsburg Landing, Tenn., April 6 and 7, 1862.*

Killed. Wounded.

Officers

and men Offi- Enlisted Offi- Enlisted

Command. taken cers. men. cers. men.

into

action.

Tenth Brigade:

36th Indiana. 380 1 7 1 36

6th Ohio. 598

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2

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5

24th Ohio. 550

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6 5 59

Total Tenth

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1 15 6 100

Brigade.

Nineteenth

Brigade:

9th Indiana. 569 2 18 6 144

6th Kentucky. 484

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9 5 76

41st Ohio. 371 1 21 6 104

Total

Nineteenth

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3 48 17 324

Brigade.

Twenty-second

Brigade:

1st Kentucky. 522

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6 3 57

2nd Kentucky. 663 2 12 4 55

20th Kentucky. 404

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3 3 20

Total Twenty-

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2 21 10 132

second Brigade.

2nd Indiana

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* 2

Cavalry.

Total in 4,541 6 84 33 558

division.

CONTINUATION:

Enlisted

Command. men Aggregate Remarks.

missing. .

Tenth Brigade: Colonel Jacob

Ammen.

36th Indiana. 2

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Colonel William

Grose.

6th Ohio. 2

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Lieutenant Colonel

N. L. Anderson.

24th Ohio. 21

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Lieutenant Colonel

F. C. Jones.

Total Tenth Brigade. 25 147

Nineteenth Brigade: Colonel William B.

Hazen.

9th Indiana. 4

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Colonel G. C.

Moody.

6th Kentucky. 10

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Colonel W. C.

Whitaker.

41st Ohio. 1

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Lieutenant Colonel

Geo S. Mygatt.

Total Nineteenth 15 407

Brigade.

Twenty-second Colonel S. D.

Brigade: Bruce.

1st Kentucky. 3

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Colonel D. A.

Enyart.

2nd Kentucky. 8

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Colonel T. D.

Sedgewick.

20th Kentucky. 6

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Lieutenant Colonel

C. S. Hanson.

Total Twenty-second 17 182

Brigade.

2nd Indiana Cavalry. * 1 3 Lieutenant Colonel

E. M. McCook;

regiment not

engaged.

Total in division. 58 739

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*Orderlies.

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HDQRS. FOURTH DIVISION OF THE ARMY OF THE OHIO, Camp on Field of Shiloh, April 12, 1862.

SIR: I desire to call the especial attention of the general commanding this army to the admirable hospital arrangements adopted by Dr. Irwin, U. S. Army, medical inspector of this division, during the battle of the 7th instant. They will be found as nearly perfect as the circumstances would allow. The wounded in this division did not suffer from the inclement weather; they were all promptly sheltered and cared for.

I beg to recommend Dr. Irwin to the favorable consideration of his superiors.

Very respectfully,

WM. NELSON,

Brigadier-General.

Captain J. B. FRY,

Assistant Adjutant-General, Chief of Staff.

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*But see revised statement, p. 106.

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