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reports of division, brigade, and other commanders, and approve their high encomiums of their officers and men.

Reports of killed, wounded, and missing have already been forwarded.

I remain, sir, most respectfully, your obedient servant,

JAMES LONGSTREET,

Lieutenant-General, Commanding.

Colonel R. H. CHILTON,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

Statement of losses in the corps commanded by Major General J. Longstreet in the engagement at Crampton's Gap, Maryland Heights, Sharpsburg, and South Mountain.

Casualties from September 14 to 17, inclusive

Kil led. Wou nded Miss ing

Offi Enli Offi Enli Offi Enli Agg

Command. cers sted cers sted cers sted reg

men. . men. . men. ate

Toombs' brigade 3 13 14 108 1 21 160

Drayton's brigade 11 71 16 264 3 176 541

Anderson's brigade - 8 7 72 1 5 93

Kemper's brigade 1 14 28 84 - 27 144

Jenkins' brigade - 27 14 168 1 11 235

Garnett's brigade 2 28 25 185 - 32 261

Wright's brigade - 32 12 167 3 31 258

Mahone's brigade - 8 3 80 5 122 227

Armistead's brigade 1 4 17 26 - 1 35

Pryor's brigade 8 40 31 268 - 49 382

Featherston's 3 42 35 207 - 36 319

brigade

Hood's brigade# 10 59 46 382 1 61 548

Whitting's brigade 6 47 14 344 - 25 468

Evans' brigade 3 37 38 171 4 61 290

Walker's brigade 13 127 10 646 - 93 917

Ransom's brigade 5 36 42 131 - 4 186

Kershaw's brigade 11 79 22 413 - 6 551

Semmes' brigade 5 51 28 252 - 43 373

Barksdale's brigade 5 30 29 244 - 4 311

Cobb's brigade 12 64 2 289 26 426 846

Lee's artillery 2 8 3 73 - - 85

Washington Artillery - 4 24 25 - 2 34

Wilcox's brigade 1 33 478 157 3 26 244

Total. 102 862 4,75 48 1,26 7,5

6 2 08

Numbers 213. Report of Lieutenant Colonel P. T. Manning, Chief of Ordnance, of the number of guns and caissons lost, &c., in the Maryland Campaign.

HDQRS. ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT, RIGHT WING,

October 14, 1862.

COLONEL: I have the honor to transmit the report containing the number of guns and caissons lost or abandoned in Maryland belonging to this command, in accordance to your order of the-instant; all of which is respectfully submitted.

Battalion Washington Artillery.-One 12-pounder caisson, left on field, was burned the night we fell back, by Colonel Anderson's brigade.

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*Pickett's brigade.

# Wofford's brigade.

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