Return of Casualties in the First Cavalry Division, Department of the Cumberland, in the action at Triune, Tenn., June 11, 1863.
Command Officers Enlisted Enlisted Enlisted men Aggre-
men men captured or gate
2nd 1 1 2 ........... 4
4th ....... ........ 3 5 8
4th ....... 1 1 ........... 2
2nd ....... ....... 2 1 3
9th ....... 1 10 .......... 11
1st ....... ....... ....... ........... .....
Total ....... 3 18 6 28
2nd Indiana 6 horses disabled
4th Indiana 5 horses disabled
4th Kentucky 3 horses lost
2nd Michigan 6 horses lost
9th Pennsylvania 2 horses lost
1st Tennessee 1 horse lost
Numbers 3. Report of Colonel Edward M. McCook, Second Indiana Cavalry, commanding Second Brigade.
HDQRS. SECOND BRIGADE, FIRST CAVALRY DIVISION,
Near Triune, June 12, 1863.
CAPTAIN: I have the honor to report that part taken by my command in the skirmish of yesterday. In accordance with your orders, the brigade formed on the left of the Chapel Hill pike, and advanced toward Harpeth River; the Second Indiana on the right, the Fourth Indiana in the center, and the Second East Tennessee on the left. The skirmishing was continuous and lively all the way to Harpeth River. The enemy was driven across, when, in compliance with orders, we returned.
Total casualties: *Killed, 2; wounded, 5; missing, 5; horses disabled, 11.
All my men and officers behaved well. I would call especial attention to the conduct of Captain J. B. Edwards, Company B, Second Indiana, who, with 53 pickets of that regiment, held the whole force of the enemy in check for two hours.
I inclose the report of Major [James W.] Steward, field officer of the day, concerning this.+
I am, captain, very respectfully, your obedient servant,
EDWARD M. McCOOK,
Colonel, Commanding Second Brigade.
Captain JOHN PRATT,
Assistant Adjutant-General, First Cavalry Division.
Numbers 4. Report of Lieutenant Colonel Robert R. Steward, Second Indiana Cavalry.
TRIUNE, Friday, June 12, 1863.
COLONEL: I have the honor to report the part taken by the Second Indiana Cavalry, under my command.
We got out on the field at 11.30 o'clock, and were ordered to form off to the left of the Chapel Hill pike, and remained in line for a half or
*Nominal list omitted.