War of the Rebellion: Serial 032 Page 0914 MO., ARK., KANS., IND., T., AND DEPT. N. W. Chapter XXXIV.

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the piece, who double shotted it, and fired among the enemy when not more than 30 paces distant, killing many and causing them to fall back.

After hard fighting, our boys succeeded in cutting their way out, and retreated in good order.

The enemy lost at least 30 killed, besides many wounded. Our loss was 6 killed, 7 or 8 wounded.

Lieutenant Jernigan was wounded in the thigh, not badly. Two Government wagons were abandoned on account of the roads; the teams were all saved. Official report will be forwarded as soon as possible.

T. J. HUNT,

Major, Commanding.

Brigadier-General SANBORN,

Commanding District of Southwest Missouri.

ALTERNATE DESIGNATIONS OF ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED IN THIS VOLUME.*

Abbey's (Frederick J.) Infantry. See Illinois Troops, 37th Regiment.

Abernathy's (James L.) Cavalry. See Kansas Troops, 9th Regiment.

Adair's (W. P.) Indians. See Indian Troops, Confederate, 2nd Regiment, Cherokee.

Adams' (Charles W.) Infantry. See Kansas Troops, 12th Regiment.

Adams' (C. W.) Infantry. See Arkansas Troops, Confederate.

Adams' (R. H.) Cavalry. See Beal G. Jeans' Cavalry.

Akard's (James J.) Cavalry. See Missouri Troops, Union, 8th Regiment, State Militia.

Alexander's (A. M.) Cavalry. See Texas Troops, 34th Regiment.

Alexander's (Edmund B.) Infantry. See Union Troops, 10th Regiment.

Allen's (Asaph) Cavalry. See Kansas Troops, 9th Regiment.

Allen's (John D.) Infantry. See Missouri Troops, Union, 7th Regiment, Provisional Enrolled Militia.

Allen's (Norman) Artillery. See Kansas Troops, 1st Battery.

Allen's (R. T. P.) Infantry. See Texas Troops, 17th Regiment.

Almstedt's (Henry) Artillery. See Missouri Troops, Union, 2nd Regiment.

Anderson's (Daniel) Cavalry. See Iowa Troops, 1st Regiment.

Anderson's (W. B.) Cavalry. See A. S. Dobbin's Cavalry.

Andrews' (Christopher C.) Infantry. See Minnesota Troops, 3rd Regiment.

Arkansas Thirty-fifth Infantry (Confederate). See J. P. King's Infantry.

Arkansas Twenty-second Infantry (Confederate). See J. P. King's Infantry.

Arkansas Fifth Cavalry (Confederate). See R. C. Newton's Cavalry.

Armstrong's (A. J.) Artillery. See Kansas Troops, Colored.

Arnett's (John C.) Artillery. See C. B. Etter's Artillery.

Arnold's (Anthony) Cavalry. See Missouri Troops, Union, 12th Regiment, State Militia.

Atherton's (Joseph B.) Infantry. See Iowa Troops, 22nd Regiment.

Atwater's (Joseph B.) Artillery. See Missouri Troops, Union, 1st Regiment, Battery E.

Backof's (Frank) Artillery. See Missouri Troop, Union, 1st Regiment, Battery L.

Bailey's (George W. K.) Infantry. See Illinois Troops, 99th Regiment.

Baker's (James H.) Infantry. See Minnesota Troops, 10th Regiment.

Baldwin's (Elias B.) Cavalry. See Missouri Troops, Union, 8th Regiment.

Ballinger's (John) Cavalry. See Mississippi Troops, Union, 1st Regiment, State Militia.

Bang's (William C.) Cavalry. See Missouri Troops, Union, 5th Regiment, State Militia (new).

Banzhaf's (Charles) Cavalry. See Missouri Troops, Union, 1st Regiment.

Barker's (Edgar A.) Cavalry. See Kansas Troops, 2nd Regiment.

Barr's (A. J.) Infantry. See Missouri Troops, Union, 51st Regiment, Enrolled Militia.

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*References are to index following.

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