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Numbers 384.

Return of Casualties in the Union forces at Winchester, Va., June 13-15, 1863.

[Compiled from nominal list of casualties, returns, &c.]

Killed Wounded Cap. &Miss.

Command. Officers Enlisted Officers Enlisted Officers Enlisted Agg

men men men regate

Eighth Army Corps.

Second Division. Major

General Robert H. Milroy.

First Brigade. Brigadier

General Washington L.

Elliott.

1st Massachusetts --- --- -- 3 1 39 43

Artillery, Company I

110th Ohio --- 4 1 50 5 205 265

116th Ohio 1 7 1 28 8 133 178

122nd Ohio 1 7 1 24 14 366 413

123rd Ohio --- 21 4 58 21 445 549

12th Pennsylvania Cavalry --- 4 -- 12 4 152 172

13th Pennsylvania Cavalry --- --- -- 1 3 244 248

5th U. S. Artillery, --- 3 -- 1 1 75 81

Battery L

Total First Brigade 2 46 7 177 57 1660 1949

Second Brigade.

Colonel William G. Ely.

Killed Wouned Cap. &Mis.

18th Connecticut 1 17 4 42 21 513 598

5th Maryland --- --- -- 5 27 288 320

87th Pennsylvania 1 3 -- 21 9 78 112

1 st West Virginia --- --- -- 1 1 10 12

Cavalry, Company K

3rd West Virginia --- --- -- -- 1 71 72

Cavalry, Companies D and

E

1 st West Virginia Light --- --- -- 3 -- 80 83

Artillery, Battery D

12th West Virginia 2 4 1 35 3 188 233

Total Second Brigade 4 24 5 107 62 1208 1430

Third Brigade.

Colonel Andrew T. McReynolds.

Killed Wouded Cap. &Miss.

Alexander's (Maryland) --- --- -- 5 -- 34 39

battery

6th Maryland --- 1 -- 6 3 164 174

1st New York Cavalry --- 1 -- 3 -- 56 60

67th Pennsylvania 1 16 -- 38 22 714 791

Total Third Brigade 1 18 -- 52 25 968 1064

Total Second Division 2 88 12 336 114 3856 4443

Officers Killed. -Captains Edward L. Porter, Eighteenth Connecticut; Frederick H. Arckenoe, One hundred and sixteenth Ohio; Charles J. Gibeaut, One hundred and twenty-second Ohio; Lynford Troch, Sixty-seventh Pennsylvania; Wells S. Farrah, Eighty-seventh Pennsylvania; Lieutenants Thomas W. Bradley and John T. Ben Gough, Twelfth West Virginia.

Numbers 385.

Report of Captain Frederick A. Palmer, Eighteenth Connecticut Infantry, Aide-de-Camp, of operations June 12-15.

_____, ___ __, 1863.

Colonel: I have the honor to report that, on June 12, scouting parties reported at headquarters Second Division, Eighth Army