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

Captured or

Killed Wounded MISSING

Command Offi Enli Offi Enlis Offic Enlis Aggre

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men men men

SECOND Brigade. --- 13 3 67 --- --- 83

Brigadier

General MICHAEL

K. LAWLER.

21st Iowa

22nd Iowa --- --- --- 2 --- --- 2

23rd Iowa 2 11 2 86 --- --- 101

11th Wisconsin --- 1 2 32 --- --- 35

Total SECOND 2 25 7 187 --- --- 221

Brigade

Artillery.

Illinois Light,

Chicago

Mercantile

Battery*

2nd Illinois --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

Light, Battery

A*

Indiana Light, --- 1 --- --- --- --- 1

1st Battery

Total 2 27 9 207 --- 1 246

Fourteenth

DIVISION

Total 3 36 16 221 --- 3 279

Thirteenth Army

Corps

OFFICERS KILLED.

IOWA

Colonel William H. Kinsman, 23rd Infantry.

Captain Richard L. McCray, 23rd Infantry.

OHIO

Lieutenant Reuben Kennedy, 114th Infantry.

OFFICERS MORTALLY WOUNDED.

IOWA

Lieutenant Henry H. Howard, 21st Infantry.

Lieutenant John D. Ewing, 23rd Infantry.

Lieutenant Sylvester G. Beckwith, 23rd Infantry.

WISCONSIN.

Captain Daniel E. Hough, 11th Infantry.

Number 2. Report of Colonel Thomas S. Mather, SECOND Illinois Light Artillery, chief of Ordnance Thirteenth Army Corps, of ordnance captured. HEADQUARTERS THIRTEENTH ARMY CORPS, MAY 26, 1863.

Lieutenant Colonel John A. RAWLINS,

Assistant Adjutant-GENERAL:

COLONEL: I have the honor to inclose a copy of the partial report of Colonel T. S. Mather, chief of artillery and ordnance, THIRTEENTH Army Corps, in relation to ordnance and ordnance stores captured by the

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*No loss reported.

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