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Return of Casualties in Marmaduke's division, July 4, 1863.

[Compiled from nominal list.]

Killed. Wounded.

Command. Officers Enlisted Officers Enliste

. men. . d men.

Division staff.* ... ... 1 ...

Greene's brigade:

3rd Missouri Cavalry. ... 3 ... 6

8th Missouri Cavalry. 1 ... ... ...

Young's battalion. ... 1 ... 1

Total. 1 4 ... 7

Shelby's brigade:

Staff. ... ... 2 ...

5th Missouri Cavalry. ... 3 3 8

6th Missouri Cavalry. ... 1 1 16

Jeans' regiment. ... 3 3 6

Bledsoe's battery. ... 1 ... 6

Total. ... 8 9 36

Grand total. 1 12 10 43

Missing.

Command. Officers. Enlisted Aggregate

men. .

Division staff.* ... ... 1

Greene's brigade:

3rd Missouri Cavalry. ... ... 9

8th Missouri Cavalry. ... ... 1

Young's battalion. ... ... 2

Total. ... ... 12

Shelby's brigade:

Staff. ... ... 1

5th Missouri Cavalry. ... ... 14

6th Missouri Cavalry. ... 1 19

Jeans' regiment. ... ... 12

Bledsoe's battery. ... ... 7

Total. ... 1 54

Grand total. ... 1 67

Numbers 27. Findings of Court of Inquiry in case of Brigadier General Dandridge McRae.

GENERAL ORDERS,

HDQRS. TRANS-MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT, Numbers 100.

Shreveport, La., December 29, 1864.

I. At a Court of Inquiry convened at Camden, Ark., by virtue of Special Orders, Numbers 142, Paragraph IV, June 7, 1864, Department Headquarters, to examine into, report upon, and express their opinion as to the merits of a charge against Brigadier General Dandridge McRae, Provisional Army Confederate States, of misbehavior before the enemy at the attack upon Helena, Ark., July 4, 1863, the following conclusion was arrived at by he court:

FINDING AND OPINION OF THE COURT.

The testimony being before the court, with the statement of Brigadier-General McRae, and the court being cleared for deliberation, and having duly considered the testimony of all the witnesses, together with the papers and maps accompanying the record, are of opinion that General McRae's conduct at Helena on July 4, 1863, on the occasion of the attack on the enemy at that place, was obnoxious to no charge of misbehavior before the enemy.

II. The Court of Inquiry in the case of Brigadier General D. McRae is dissolved.

By command of General E. Kirby Smith:

S. S. ANDERSON,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

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*Major R. H. Smith, quartermaster, killed.

+Lieutenant G. R. Norment killed.

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