War of the Rebellion: Serial 029 Page 0171 Chapter XXXII. THE STONE'S RIVER CAMPAIGN.

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No. 167.-Lieutenant Nathaniel M. Newell, Battery D, First Ohio Light Artillery, of skirmishes near La Vergne and Stewart's Creek, December 26-January 1.

No. 168.-Colonel Robert H. G. Minty, Fourth Michigan Cavalry, commanding First Brigade, including skirmishes at La Vergne, December 26, between Stewart's Creek and La Vergne, December 30, at Overall's Creek December 31, and on Manchester pike, January 5.

No. 169.-Captain Joseph A. S. Mitchell, Second Indiana Cavalry, of operations near La Vergne, December 29-31.

No. 170.-Colonel Eli H. Murray, Third Kentucky Cavalry, including skirmishes at La Vergne, December 26, Wilkinson's Cross-Roads, December 31, and on Manchester pike January 5.

No. 171.-Lieutenant Colonel William H. Dickinson, Fourth Michigan Cavalry, including skirmish at La Vergne, January 1.

Numbers 172.-Captain Frank W. Mix, Fourth Michigan Cavalry, of skirmish at Stewart's Creek Bridge, December 27.

Numbers 173.-Lieutenant Lansingh B. Eldridge, Fourth Michigan Cavalry, of operations between Nashville and La Vergne, January 1-3.

Numbers 174.-Major John E. Wynkoop, Seventh Pennsylvania Cavalry, including skirmishes on the Murfreesborough road, December 26-27, at Overall's Creek, December 31, and on Manchester pike, January 5.

No. 175.-Colonel Lewis Zahm, Third Ohio Cavalry, commanding Second Brigade, including skirmishes at Franklin, December 26-27, Wilkinson's Cross-Roads, December 29, Overall's Creek, December 31, La Vergne, January 1, Cox's Hill, January 3, and on Shelbyville pike, January 5.

No. 176.-Major James Laughlin, First Ohio Cavalry, of operations January 1-5.

No. 177.-Captain Valentine Cupp, First Ohio Cavalry, including skirmishes at Franklin, December 26, Wilkinson's Cross-Roads, December 29, and Overall's Creek December 31.

Numbers 178.-Lieutenant Colonel Douglas A. Murray, Third Ohio Cavalry, including skirmishes at Franklin, December 26-27, and Overall's Creek, December 31.

No. 179.-Major James W. Paramore, Third Ohio Cavalry, including skirmishes at Overall's Creek, December 31, and at La Vergne, January 1.

Numbers 180.-Major John L. Pugh, Fourth Ohio Cavalry, including skirmishes at Franklin, December 26, Wilkinson's Cross-Roads, December 29, and Overall's Creek, December 31.

Numbers 181.-Captain Henry B. Teeter, Fourth Ohio Cavalry, of operations December 31.

Numbers 182.-Major Robert Klein, Third Indiana Cavalry (unattached), including skirmishes at Triune, December 27, and near Overall's Creek, December 31.

Numbers 183.-Lieutenant William S. Hall, adjutant Second Tennessee Cavalry.

Numbers 184.-Captain Elmer Otis, Fourth U. S. Cavalry, including skirmishes at Overall's Creek, December 31, and on the Manchester pike, January 5.

No. 185.-Colonel William P. Innes, First Michigan Engineers, of attack on wagon-train near La Vergne, January 1.

Numbers 186.-Lieutenant Colonel John G. Parkhurst, Ninth Michigan Infantry, including skirmish near Overall's Creek, December 31.

Numbers 187.-Lieutenant Colonel Joseph W. Burke, Tenth Ohio Infantry, of operations December 31-January 22.

ARMY OF TENNESSEE,

Numbers 188.-General Joseph E. Johnston, C. S. Army, commanding the Western Department, with congratulatory orders.

Numbers 189.-Organization of the Army of Tennessee.

Numbers 190.-General Braxton Bragg, C. S. Army, commanding Army of Tennessee, with congratulatory orders.

Numbers 191.-Return of casualties in the Confederate forces.