War of the Rebellion: Serial 013 Page 0725 Chapter XXIII. SEVEN-DAYS' BATTLES.

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HEADQUARTERS FIRST BRIGADE, SECOND DIVISION,

RIGHT WING, DEPARTMENT OF THE POTOMAC,

July 3, 1862.

Report of Casualties in the First Brigade, Second Division, Right Wing, Department of the Potomac, in the battle near Allen's Farm, Va., July 1, 1862.

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General staff 6 - 1 - 1

10th Georgia Volunteers:

Officers - - - - -

Privates - 2 13 23 38

Total 198 2 13 23 38

10th Louisiana Volunteers:

Officers - 1 - 2 3

Privates - 12 36 36 84

Total 318 13 36 38 87

53rd Georgia Volunteers:

Officers - - - - -

Privates - 2 6 2 10

Total 35 2 6 2 10

Lieutenant-Colonel Waggaman, commanding Tenth Louisiana Volunteers, is among the missing, and supposed to have been wounded and taken prisoner.

The Fifth Louisiana and Fifteenth and Thirty-second Virginia Volunteers and Manly's battery were not brought into action.

While in reserve, Major Walker of the Fifteenth Virginia and 2 men of the Thirty-second Virginia were killed, and Colonel August and 7 men of the Fifteenth Virginia and Major Jefferson Sinclair and 3 men of the Thirty-second wounded.

Respectfully forwarded.

PAUL J. SEMMES,

Brigadier-General.

Captain W. G. CLEMONS,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

Numbers 287. Report of Brigadier General J. B. Kershaw,

C. S. Army, commanding Fourth Brigade, of engagement at Peach Orchard, of Allen's Farm, and battles of Savage Station and Malvern Hill.

HDQRS. 4TH Brigadier, 2nd DIV., ARMY OF THE POTOMAC,

Near Richmond, Va., July 14, 1862.

CAPTAIN: I have the honor to submit my report of the part taken by the troops under my command in the recent battles before Richmond:

With the exception of frequent movements of my regiments, under