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List of killed and wounded in the battle of Fredericksburg, &c.-Continued.

Command. Killed. Wounded. Total.

TALIAFERRO'S [JACKSON'S]

DIVISION.*

Paxton's Brigade.

2nd Virginia. 2 19 21

4th Virginia.

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12 12

5th Virginia.

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11 11

Carpenter's battery. 1 25 26

[J. R.] Jones' Brigade.

21st Virginia.

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4 4

42nd Virginia. 1 25 26

48th Virginia.

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7 7

Raine's battery.

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1 1

Caskie's battery.

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3 3

Third [Taliaferro's]

Brigade, Colonel Warren.

48th Alabama.

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5 5

23rd Virginia.

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1 1

37th Virginia.

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3 3

Wooding's battery.

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13 13

Fourth [Starke's] Brigade,

Colonel Pemdleton.

1st Louisiana.

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8 8

2nd Louisiana.

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7 7

10th Louisiana.

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7 7

14th Louisiana.

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5 5

15th Louisiana. 1 4 5

Lusk's battery.

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7 7

Total. 5 167 172

RECAPITULATION OF FIRST AND SECOND CORPS.

FIRST CORPS.

Anderson's division. 16 87 103

Pickett's division.

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46 46

Ransom's division. 45 463 508

Hood's division. 49 294 343

McLaws' division. 17 464 481

Washington Artillery. 3 22 25

Stuart's cavalry.

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13 13

SECOND CORPS.

A. P. Hill's division. 211 1,408 1,619

D. H. Hill's division. 26 146 172

Ewell's division. 86 633 719

Taliaferro's division. 5 167 172

Grand total. 458 3,743 4,201

[Indorsement.]

HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA, April 16, 1863.

Respectfully returned to the Adjutant and Inspector General.

The difference between the number of casualties appearing by this return and the number given in the first imperfect report of December 14, arises from the fact that the first report was made while the army was in order of battle, and there was no time to obtain full information. The number of slightly wounded was unusually large, and no report was made of them until the enemy had retired.

R. E. LEE.

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*See inclosure to Jackson's report, p. 635.

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