War of the Rebellion: Serial 036 Page 0585 Chapter XXXVI. BATTLE OF PORT GIBSON, MISS.

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Return of Casualties in the Union forces, &c. -Continued.

Killed. Wounded.

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SECOND Brigade.

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30th Illinois --- --- --- --- --- ---

20th Ohio --- --- --- --- --- ---

68th Ohio --- --- --- --- --- ---

78th Ohio --- --- --- --- --- ---

Total SECOND Brigade --- --- 1 2 --- 3

THIRD Brigade.

Brigadier General John D.

STEVENSON.

8th Illinois --- --- 1 2 --- 3

81st Illinois --- --- --- 1 2 3

7th Missouri --- 1 --- 4 --- 5

32nd Ohio* --- --- --- --- --- ---

Total THIRD Brigade --- 1 1 7 2 11

Artillery.

Michigan Light Artillery, 8th

Battery --- --- --- 2 --- 2

Total THIRD DIVISION --- 6 6 35 2 49

RECAPITULATION.

Thirteenth Army Corps 1 124 38 640 23 826

SEVENTEENTH Army Corps --- 6 6 35 2 49

Grand total 1 130 44 675 25 875

OFFICER KILLED. -Captain William W. Olds, Forty-SECOND Ohio Infantry.

Number 2. Report of Colonel John G. Fonda, One hundred and eighteenth Illinois Infantry, First Brigade, NINTH DIVISION, Thirteenth Army Corps. PORT GIBSON, MISS., May 2, 1863.

COLONEL: IN compliance with orders just received, I submit the following as a statement of the part the One hundred and eighteenth Illinois Infantry took in the engagement of yesterday:

The regiment was marched to the field with the brigade at about 7 a. m., and was first formed in line of battle in the corn-field in the rear and to the left of Lanphere's battery. One company was here detailed to support the battery. After remaining in this position about three-fourths of an hour, I was ordered to move forward and take a position at a fence in front of the battery, the One hundred and twentieth

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*No loss reported.

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