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Chapter XXXIX. THE GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN.

Recapitulation of Casualties, &c. -Continued.

K Killed. T Total.

W Wounded. A Aggregate.

M Missing.






-----Officers.-----


---Enlisted men.---



















Command.

K

W

M

T

K

W

M

T

A

Remarks.














First Brigade

....

2

....

2

3

7

1

11

13

At Williamsport, Md., July 6.


Second Brigade

....

....

1

1

....

....

3

3

4

Do.


Reserve Brigade

....

....

1

1

6

11

37

54

55

Do.


Total

....

2

2

4

9

18

41

68

72















First Brigade

....

2

1

3

5

14

2

21

24

At Boonsborough and Funkstown July 8, 9, and 10.


Second Brigade

....

1

....

1

3

13

18

34

35

Do.


Reserve Brigade

....

....

....

....

4

24

10

38

38

Do.


Total

....

3

1

4

12

51

30

93

97















First Brigade

....

1

....

1

....

4

....

4

5

Falling Waters, July 14.


Second Brigade

....

....

....

....

....

2

....

2

2

Do.


Reserve Brigade

....

....

....

....

....

....

....

....

....



Total

....

1

....

1

....

6

....

6

7















First Brigade

....

....

....

....

1

8

16

25

25

At Chester Gap, Va., July 21 and 22.


Second Brigade

....

....

....

....

....

....

....

....

....



Reserve Brigade

....

....

....

....

9

12

8

29

29

At Manassas Gap, Va., July 21.


Total

....

....

....

....

10

20

24

54

54















Total in division.

1

19

8

28

66

213

407

686

714


JNO. BUFORD,

Brigadier-General of Volunteers.

HEADQUARTERS FIRST CAVALRY DIVISION,

August 29, 1863.

RAPPAHANNOCK, August 1, 1863.

I sent a brigade to cross this morning at Beverly Ford; the river is swimming, and I could not cross. The engineers give me no cooperation. I cant cross in boats and drive away the rebels, after which, in the engineers are instructed to lay a brigade, I can cross and hold the opposite bank. If I am cross and hold the opposite bank. If I am to advance, I would like to see some disposition shown to aid me. Everything seems to be awaiting orders.

JNO. BUFORD,

Brigadier-General.

Major-General MEADE.

[Indorsement]

1863.

EAR WARREN: I suppose the brigade at Rappahanock Station will be thrown over as soon as the enemy is cleared away.

A. A. H. [HUMPHREYS.]

RAPPAHANNOCK STATION, August 1, 1863.

Have been driving Jones' and Hampton's brigades of cavalry all day. Have arrived within 1. 1/2 miles of Culpeper. Have found A. P. Hill's corps, and have to come back. I can't fight so many. There is no one else at Culpeper.

JNO. BUFORD,

Brigadier-General of Volunteers.

Major-General MEADE,

Headquarters Army of the Potomac.



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