War of the Rebellion: Serial 045 Page 0231 Chapter XXXIX. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC. - UNION.

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[Inclosure.]

Report of the number of public animals belonging to the Eleventh Corps, Army of the Potomac, which have been lost, killed, or abandoned since June 12, 1863.

Organizations Horses Horses Horses Horses Horses Horses

abandoned abandoned abandoned captured by stra-yed or died

from from from the stolen on the

exhaustion lame-ness glan-ders enemy march

Corps --- 2 1 --- --- 1

headquarters

train

Artillery --- --- --- 4 --- ---

ammunition

train

13th New York 10 --- --- --- --- ---

Battery

Battery K, 2 4 --- 4 --- 1

1st Ohio

Artillery

Battery G, 12 --- --- --- 1 ---

4th U. S.

Artillery

Battery I, 3 --- --- --- --- 5

1st Ohio

Artillery

Wiedrich's 18 --- --- 5 --- ---

battery

First 3 3 2 --- 4 3

Division

Second 3 2 --- --- --- 1

Division

Third 4 5 --- --- 2 4

Division

TOTAL 55 16 3 13 7 15

Organizations Horse Mules Mules Mules Mules Mu-les Mu-les

kill-ed in abandoned aban-doned drowned in captured strayed died

batt-le from from the by or on

exhaustion lame-ness Poto-mac the stolen the

enemy march

Corps --- 2 --- --- --- --- 1

headquarters

train

Artillery --- --- 1 --- 16 --- ---

ammunition

train

13th New York 12 --- --- --- 4 --- ---

Battery

Battery K, 12 --- --- --- --- --- ---

1st Ohio

Artillery

Battery G, 24 --- --- --- 6 --- ---

4th U. S.

Artillery

Battery I, 28 2 --- --- --- --- ---

1st Ohio

Artillery

Wiedrich's 16 --- --- --- --- --- ---

battery

First --- 3 2 --- --- 1 ---

Division

Second 2 2 --- --- --- --- ---

Division

Third 4 3 --- 2 --- 1 6

Division

TOTAL 98 12 3 2 26 2 7

NOTE ON ORIGINAL. -Total horses, 207; total mules, 52.

ANNANDALE, June 20, 1863-7 a. m.

Colonel J. H. TAYLOR,

Chief of Staff, Washington, D. C.:

Colonel: Our cavalry returned to Centrenville last evening, after visiting Wolf Run, Brentsville, and Manassas Junction. They captured 8 prisoners, among them the lieutenant-colonel who ordered the draft at Brentsville. Colonel Lowell reports all quiet in front. The railroad is in running order beyond Bull Run. A train leaves for Manassas this morning. We are on the move to Fairfax and Centreville.

RUFUS KING.

Brigadier-General Commanding.

June 20, 1863-6 p. m.

Brigadier-General ABERCROMBIE, Centreville:

Have you tools, and can you furnish a party to bridge to pike over Bull Run, between you and Gainesville? How long would it require to concentrate all your command at Centreville? Where do your infantry picket?

DANL. BUTTERFIELD,

Major-General, Chief of Staff.