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Tabular Statement of Casualties in the Army of the Potomac in the battles of South Mountain and Crampton's Pass, on the 14th of September, 1862.*

Officers. Enlisted men.

Command Killed Woun- Killed Wounded Mis-

ded sing

First Corps, Major-

General Hooker:

1st Division ...... ..... ...... ...... ......

2nd Division ...... ..... ...... ...... .....

3rd Division ...... ..... ...... ...... .....

Total ...... ..... ...... ...... ......

Sixth Corps, Major-

General Franklin:

1st Division ....... ...... ...... ...... ......

2nd Division ...... ...... ...... ...... ......

Total ...... ...... ...... ....... ......

Ninth Corps, Major- 1 ...... ...... ....... ......

General Burnside:

1st Division 2 13 63 272 .....

2nd Division 1 5 9 112 30

3rd Division ...... ...... 2 8 ......

4th Division 2 12 78 248 ......

Total 6 30 152 640 30

Cavalry Brigade, ...... ..... ...... ...... .....

Brigadier-General

Pleasonton

Grand total ...... ..... ...... ....... ......

Aggregate

Command Killed Woun- Missing Grand

ded aggrega-

te

First Corps, Major-General

Hooker:

1st Division 62 395 42 499

2nd Division 9 26 ...... 35

3rd Division 99 299 1 399

Total 170 720 43 933

Sixth Corps, Major-General

Franklin:

1st Division 114 397 2 513

2nd Division 1 19 ...... 20

Total 115 416 2 533

Ninth Corps, Major-General 1 ...... ...... 1

Burnside:

1st Division 65 285 ...... 350

2nd Division 10 117 30 157

3rd Division 2 8 ...... 10

4th Division 80 260 ...... 340

Total 158 670 30 858

Cavalry Brigade, ...... 1 ...... 1

Brigadier-General

Pleasonton

Grand total 443 1,807 75 2,325

Official:

S. WILLIAMS,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE POTOMAC,

Camp near Sharpsburg, Md., September 29, 1862.

Tabular Report of Casualties in the Army of the Potomac in the battle of Antietam, on the 16th and 17th of September, 1862.

Officers Enlisted men

Corps and Killed Wounded Killed Wounded Missing

divisions.

First Corps,

Major-General

Hooker:

1st Division ...... ...... ....... ...... ......

2nd Division ...... ...... ...... ...... ......

3rd Division ...... ....... ....... ...... ......

Total ...... ....... ....... ...... .......

Second Corps,

Major-General

Sumner:

1st Division 21 39 192 860 24

2nd Division 2 ....... 355 1,577 321

3rd Division 22 50 272 1,271 203

Total 45 89 819 3,708 548

Fifth Corps,

Major General

F. J. Porter:

1st Division ...... ...... ...... ...... ......

2nd Division ...... 2 13 92 1

Artillery Reserve 1 ...... 7 13 1

Total 1 2 20 105 2

Aggregate

Corps and Killed Wounded Missing Grand

divisions. Aggreg

ate

First Corps,

Major-General

Hooker:

1st Division 98 669 96 862

2nd Division 153 898 137 1,188

3rd Division 97 449 23 569

Total 348 2,016 255 2,619

Second Corps,

Major-General

Sumner:

1st Division 212 900 24 1,136

2nd Division 355 1,579 321 2,255

3rd Division 293 1,322 203 1,818

Total 860 3,801 548 5,209

Fifth Corps,

Major General

F. J. Porter:

1st Division ...... ...... ...... ......

2nd Division 13 94 1 108

Artillery Reserve 8 13 1 22

Total 21 107 2 130