War of the Rebellion: Serial 029 Page 0201 Chapter XXXII. THE STONE'S RIVER CAMPAIGN.

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Effective forces of infantry and artillery,&c.-Continued.

Command. Strength. Killed and Percentage.

wounded.

LEFT WING.

FIRST DIVISION.

Brigadier-General WOOD.

1st Brigade, Brigadier- 1,701 343 20.17

General Hascall.

2nd Brigade, Colonel 1,644 329 20.00

Wagner.

3rd Brigade, Colonel 1,747 454 26.00

Harker.

Total division. 5,092 1,126 22.11

SECOND DIVISION.

Brigadier-General PALMER

1st Brigade, Brigadier- 1,207 255 21.12

General Cruft.

2nd Brigade, Colonel 1,385 336 24.25

Hazen.

3rd Brigade, Colonel 1,768 516 29.18

Grose.

Total division. 4,360 1,107 25.40

THIRD DIVISION.

Brigadier-General VAN

CLEVE.

1st Brigade, Col. S. Beatty 1,216 411 33.80

2nd Brigade, Colonel 798 288 36.09

Fyffe

3rd Brigade, Colonel 1,822 342 18.75

Matthews [Price].

Total division. 3,836 1,041 27.14

Total left wing. 13,288 3,274 29.64

PIONEER BRIGADE.

Captain Morton. 1,700 30 1.75

CAVALRY.

Cavalry. 3,200 84 2.60

RECAPITULATION.

Right wing................................................ 15,944

Center corps.............................................. 10,868

Left wing................................................. 13,288

Pioneer Brigade........................................... 1,700

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Total infantry and artillery.............................. 41,800

Cavalry division.......................................... 3,200

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Total..................................................... 45,000

Deducting wagon guard..................................... 1,600

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Total..................................................... 43,400

Combined loss, killed and wounded, 8,788, or 20.22 per cent. of the forces engaged.*

Names specially mentioned for important services and particular acts,&c., in official reports.

Name and rank. Regiment or Service performed.

detachment.

R. W. Johnson,brigadier- For gallant

general. conduct during the

P. H. Sheridan,brigadier

Commanding

battle,and for

-general. division in the prompt support and

right wing. conscientious

Jefferson C. Davis, attention to duty

brigadier-general. during their

service with the

right wing.

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*But see revised statement,p.207.

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