War of the Rebellion: Serial 034 Page 0451 Chapter XXXV. THE MIDDLE TENNESSEE CAMPAIGN.

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The loss in killed and wounded is as follows:


Enlisted Commission Enlisted

Command. men killed ed men.


First Brigade:

17th Ohio 3 - 21

31st Ohio - 1 12

38th Ohio - - 6

82nd Indiana - - 2

4th Michigan Light Battery 1 - -

Total First Brigade 4 1 41

Second Brigade:

10th Kentucky - - 1

10th Indiana - - 1

74th Indiana - - 1

Total Second Brigade - - 3

Aggregate 4 1 44

NOTE.-Two horses killed.

I will send a more complete report of killed and wounded as soon as it can be prepared.*

I am, colonel, very respectfully, your obedient servant,


Brigadier-General, Commanding Division.

Lieutenant Colonel GEORGE E. FLYNT,

Asst. Adjt. General and Chief of Staff, Fourteenth Army Corps.



In Camp, Manchester, Tenn., June 28, 1863.

COLONEL: In accordance with orders of this date, I have the honor to submit the following summary of the operations of my division during the past five days:

By direction of Major General G. Granger, commanding Reserve Corps, I advanced from Triune, Tenn., at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, June 23, 1863, by the Nolensville pike, to within 1 mile of Harpeth River, and thence striking across to the Manchester pike, by way of Winslow's Camp Ground, I arrived at Salem at 6 p.m., and encamped for the night.

At 7 a.m. Wednesday, June 24, I advanced of the Twentieth Army Corps. I remained at Christiana until relieved, in turn, by General Baird's division of the Reserve Corps, when I advanced 2 miles in the direction of Millersburg, and encamped for the night on Ross' farm, at Henry's Creek. At Christiana my pickets encountered those of the rebels,a nd kept up a brisk skirmish during my stay at that point, the rebels occasionally bringing a 6-pounder gun to bear upon us, without, however, doing us any injury.

On Thursday, June 25, I was relived from duty with the Reserve Corps, and ordered to report to the corps proper of the division. I,


*See revised statement, p. 420.