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Number 97. Abstract from morning report of sick and wounded of the Confederate Army at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863.

Returned to duty Sent to general

hospital

Men Men

Hospitals Office Wound Sick Office Wound Sick

rs ed rs ed

sick sick

Stevenson's --- --- 50 1 1 4

DIVISION

Forney's 5 --- 20 1 --- 2

DIVISION

Smith's 3 1 16 --- --- ---

DIVISION

Bowen's --- --- 7 --- --- ---

DIVISION

General --- 2 16 --- --- ---

hospital

Total 8 3 109 2 1 6

Remaining under treatment.

Officers Men

Hospitals Wound Sick Aggre Wound Sick Aggreg

ed gate ed ate

Stevenson's 37 115 152 315 1,379 1,694

DIVISION

Forney's 9 48 57 119 383 502

DIVISION

Smith's 17 47 64 270 943 1,213

DIVISION

Bowen's 13 12 25 182 331 513

DIVISION

General 58 26 84 1,093 481 1,574

hospital

Total 134 248 382 1,979 3,517 5,496

Very respectfully, your obedient servant.

E. H. BRYAN,

Medical Director.

Major MEMMIMGER,

Assistant Adjutant General.

MAY 20, 1863. -Skirmish at Salem, Tenn.

Report of Colonel Edward Hatch, SECOND Iowa Cavalry, commanding Cavalry Brigade, SIXTEENTH Army Corps.

Headquarters CAVALRY BRIGADE,

La Grange, Tenn.

May 20,. 1863.

CAPTAIN: I have the honor to report that the scout sent out this morning, consisting of two companies SECOND Iowa Cavalry, and two companies sixth Iowa Infantry, found the enemy, about 300 strong Mitchel's Sol. Street's and others, at Salem. A skirmishers ensued, ant the enemy filed, and being freshly lunged, got away from our men. One horse was killed on the rebel side. No loss on ours

I respectfully, your obedient servant,

EDWARD HATCH,

Colonel Commanding.

Captain W. H. HARLAND,

Actg. Asst. Adjt. General, first DIVISION, SIXTEENTH Army Corps.