War of the Rebellion: Serial 032 Page 0523 Chapter XXXIV. ADVANCE UPON LITTLE ROCK, ARK., ETC.

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ADDENDA.

Return of Casualties in the Confederate forces during the advance of the Union forces upon Little Rock, Ark.

[Compiled from nominal lists, and incomplete.]

Killed. Wounded.

Command Officers Enlisted Officers Enlisted

men men

Shelby's

brigade:

Gordon's .......... 1 .......... ........

regiment...... .

Do............ 1 .......... .......... 2

Do............ .......... 2 .......... ........

.

Thompson's .......... .......... .......... 1

regiment.......

Do............. .......... 1 .......... 2

Bledsoe's .......... .......... .......... 3

battery.......

Do............ .......... .......... .......... ........

Total......... 1 4 .......... 8

Marmaduke's

brigade:

Jeffers' .......... .......... 1 2

regiment.......

Do............ .......... 1 1 2

Greene's .......... .......... ......... 4

regiment......

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

battalion.....

Do............ .......... .......... .......... 1

Bell's battery. .......... 1 1 ........

.

Total......... 1 2 3 10

Newton's

brigade........

Dobbin's .......... .......... .......... 1

regiment.......

Do............ 2 .......... 2 4

Newton's .......... 2 .......... 2

regiment......

Do............ .......... .......... .......... 4

Denson's .......... .......... .......... ........

squadron.......

Pratt's battery .......... .......... .......... ........

Total......... 2 2 2 11

Grand total.... 4 8 5 29

Captured or missing.

Command Officer Enlisted Aggregate Remarks

s men

Shelby's

brigade:

Gordon's ....... 4 5 August 25

regiment......

Do............ ....... ........ 3 August 27,

Lieutenant

John S.

Percival

killed.

Do............ ....... ........ 2 September 10.

Thompson's ....... ........ 1 August 27

regiment.......

Do............. ....... ........ 3 September 10.

Bledsoe's ....... ........ 3 August 27

battery.......

Do............ ....... 2 2 September 10.

Total......... ....... 6 19

Marmaduke's

brigade:

Jeffers' ....... ........ 3 August 27.

regiment....... Lieutenant J.

F. Caldwell

wounded

Do............ ....... ........ 4 September 10.

Lieutenant R.

M. Snider

wounded

Greene's ....... ........ 4 September 10.

regiment......

Young's ....... ........ 2 August

battalion..... 26, Captain B.

S. Powell

killed.

Do............ ....... ........ 1 August 27

Bell's battery. ....... ........ 2 August 27,

Lieutenant

[C. O.]Bell

mortally

wounded.

Total......... ....... ........ 16

Newton's

brigade........

Dobbin's ........ 2 August 27,

regiment....... 1 Lieutenant C.

M. Richards

captured

Do............ ....... 4 12 September 10.

Major S. Corley

and Lieutenant

W. H. Bowers

killed.

Captain

W. H. Crawford

and Lieutenant

David Morgan

wounded.

Newton's ....... ........ 4 August 30

regiment......

Do............ ....... 7 11 September 10.

Denson's ....... ........ ......... No report

squadron.......

Pratt's battery ....... ........ ......... Do.

Total......... 1 11 29

Grand total.... 1 17 64

Numbers 23. Report of Colonel Archibald S. Dobbin, Arkansas Cavalry, commanding Walker's division, of skirmish at Ashley's Mills, and engagement at Bayou Fourche.

CAMP BRAGG, November 19, 1863.

In obedience to your request, I have the honor herewith to submit a report of the military operations of my command in front of Little Rock from the time I assumed command of the division formerly commanded by Brigadier-General Walker, on September 6, until the 10th of same month. I must here, however, state that this report will necessarily be general in its terms, omitting details, as I am now, and have been for the last six weeks, separated from my command, and I have now no access to the papers requisite to make a full report.

On the evening of September 6, by order of Major-General Price, I