War of the Rebellion: Serial 044 Page 0476 N. C., VA., W. VA., MD., PA., ETC. Chapter XXXIX.

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Returns of Casualties in Early's division-Continued.

Killed Wounded Missing

Command Officers Men Officers Men Officers Men Aggregate Officers

killed

Skirmish --- --- 2 5 2 2 11

near

Fairfield,

July 5.

Gordon's

brigade:

26th Georgia

TOTAL --- --- 2 5 2 2 11

Williamsport --- 1 --- 3 --- --- 4

July 6.

21st North

Carolina

54th North --- 2 --- 9 --- --- 11

Carolina

58th --- --- 1 3 --- --- 4

Virginia

TOTAL --- 3 1 15 --- --- 19

Entire loss at Winchester, and in Pennsylvania and Maryland. *

Killed Wounded Missing

Command Officers Men Officers Men Officers Men TOTAL

Hays' 9 41 32 247 4 75 408

brigade

Hoke's 3 36 16 215 9 85 364

brigade

Smith's 2 10 10 110 --- 17 149

brigade

Gordon's 11 75 19 318 3 41 467

brigade

TOTAL 25 162 77 890 16 218 1, 388

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*[REMARKS ON ORIGINAL.] This does not include loss in Jones' artillery battalion. Of the wounded at Gettysburg, 194 were left in hospitals near that place, and 5 or 6 were captured at the time of the attack on the trains crossing South Mountain. Eleven teamsters were captured on a foraging expedition above Williamsport. -J. A. EARLY, Major-General, Commanding Division.

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No. 472. Report of Brig. General Harry T. Hays C. S. Army, commanding brigade.

HEADQUARTERS HAYS' BRIGADE, August 4, 1863.

Major:I have the honor of submitting the following report of the operations of my brigade on June 13 and 14, in the vicinity of Winchester, Va.:On the morning of June 13, being encamped on the south side of the Shenandoah River, I crossed that stream at daylight, and, joining the division, was marched in the direction of Winchester, taking the Newtown road. Reaching Newtown, we took the Valley turnpike, and proceeded to within a short distance of Kernstown, where we met with Colonel Herbert's command of the Maryland Line, engaged in skirmishing with the enemy. Having halted here for a short time, I was conducted by Major-General Early to another road, to the left and west of the Valley turnpike. I then advanced my brigade about half a mile on this road, halted, and sent out the Ninth Regiment,