War of the Rebellion: Serial 034 Page 0239 Chapter XXXV. SKIRMISH NEAR CHAPEL HILL, TENN.

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Return of Casualties in the Confederate forces.

(Compiled from nominal list of casualties.)

Killed. Wounded. Missing.

Command. Officers. Men. Officers. Men.

First

Brigade

(Armstrong

's):

Staff ....... ....... ....... ........

3rd ....... ....... ....... 4

Arkansas

4th ....... ....... ........ 1

Mississipp

i

1st [6th] ....... 1 1 3

Tennessee

Sanders ........ ........ ......... 1

battalion

Escort ........ ........ ......... 1

([James

H.] Polk's

company)

Total ........ 1 1 10

Second

Brigade

(Starnes):

3rd [4th] ....... 1 ........ 6

Tennessee

9th [19th] ........ 2 1 5

Tennessee

Escort ........ ....... ........ 4

(detachmen

t 3rd

[4th]

Tennessee)

Total ........ 3 1 15

Freeman's 1 ...... ...... 1

battery

Forrest's ...... ....... ....... 4

escort

Total 1 ........ ........ 5

Grand 1 4 2 30

total

Missing.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate.

First

Brigade

(Armstrong

's):

Staff 1 1 2

3rd .. .. 4

Arkansas

4th .. .. 1

Mississipp

i

1st [6th] .. .. 5

Tennessee

Sanders .. .. 1

battalion

Escort .. .. 1

([James

H.] Polk's

company)

Total 1 1 14

Second

Brigade

(Starnes):

3rd [4th] .. 2 9

Tennessee

9th [19th] .. .. 8

Tennessee

Escort .. .. 4

(detachmen

t 3rd

[4th]

Tennessee)

Total .. 2 21

Freeman's 1 28 31

battery

Forrest's .. .. 4

escort

Total 1 28 35

Grand 2 31 70

total

APRIL 12, 1863,-Skirmish at Stewartsborough, Tenn.

Report of Colonel William W. Lowe, Fifth Iowa Cavalry.

FORT DONELSON, April 13, 1863.

Yesterday one company of the Fifth Iowa Cavalry, Captain [D. A.] Waters, of Major Garrid's [?] command (now out seizing horses), had a highly successful engagement with rebels, completely routing them, killing and wounding several, capturing 17 prisoners and 25 horses, besides arms, &c. Among the prisoners are Major Blanton, Captain Lealer, of Cox's regiment, and the adjutant and surgeon of Owen's battalion. This Blanton is the same who was captured during the winter by one of my scouting parties, and made his escape somewhere north of Cairo.

W. W. LOWE,

Colonel, Commanding.

Lieutenant Colonel C. Goddard,

Assistant Adjutant-General, Department of the Cumberland.

APRIL 13, 1863-Skirmish near Chapel Hill, Tenn.

Report of Brigadier General James B. Steedman, U. S. Army.

HDQRS. THIRD DIVISION, FOURTEENTH ARMY CORPS,

Triune, Tenn., April 15, 1863.

COLONEL: The enemy have been remarkably reserved for the past four days. Two companies of my cavalry, under the command of