MAY 14, 1863. -Engagement at Jackson, MISS.
Numbers 1. -Return of Casualties in the Union forces.
Numbers 2. -Major General William T. Sherman, U. S. Army, Fifteenth Army Corps, including operations April 20-May 22.
Numbers 3. -Brigadier General James M. Tuttle, U. S. Army, commanding THIRD DIVISION, including operations May 2-22.
Numbers 4. -Brigadier General Ralph P. Buckland, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade, including operations May 2-22.
Numbers 5. -Colonel DeWitt C. Thomas, Ninety-THIRD Indiana Infantry, including operations May 2-July 16.
Numbers 6. -Colonel William L. McMillen, Ninety-FIFTH Ohio Infantry.
Numbers 7. -Colonel Lucius F. Hubbard, FIFTH Minnesota Infantry, SECOND Brigade, including operations May 2-22.
Numbers 8. -Brigadier General Charles L. Matthies, U. S. Army, commanding THIRD Brigade, including operations May 2-22.
Numbers 9. -Colonel Jesse I. Alexander, FIFTY-NINTH Indiana Infantry, First Brigade, Seventh DIVISION. SEVENTEENTH Army Corps, including operations May 3-24.
Numbers 10. -Colonel Gabriel Bouck, Eighteenth Wisconsin Infantry, including operations May 13-July 6.
Numbers 11. -Colonel Samuel A. Holmes, Tenth Missouri Infantry, commanding SECOND Brigade, including operations April 18-May 23.
Numbers 12. -Colonel David B. Hillis, SEVENTEENTH Iowa Infantry, including operations April 20-May 24.
Numbers 13. -Major Francis C. Deimling, Tenth Missouri Infantry, including operations April 20-May 23.
Numbers 14. -Brigadier General John Gregg, C. S. Army, commanding at Jackson.
Numbers 15. -Colonel Peyton H. Colquitt, Forty-sixth Georgia Infantry, commanding Gist's brigade.
Numbers 1. Return of Casualties in the Union forces engaged at Jackson, MISS., May 14, 1863. [Compiled from nominal lists of casualties, returns, &c.]
Offi Enli Offi Enli men Aggre
Command. cers sted cers sted captured gate.
. men. . men. or
WILLIAM T. SHERMAN.
4th Iowa++ --- --- --- ---
JAMES M. TUTTLE.
RALPH P. BUCKLAND.
114th Illinois --- 1 --- 2
93rd Indiana --- 3 --- 7
*See also general reports of Grant and Pemberton; battle of Port Gibson, reports of Logan and McPherson; engagement at Raymond, reports of Crocker, Sanborn, and J. E. SMITH; battle of Champion's Hill (Part II), Tourtellotte's report; siege of Vicksburg (Part II), Sampson's report.
+Steele's (First) DIVISION in reserve, and not actively engaged.
++No loss reported.