War of the Rebellion: Serial 050 Page 0024 KY.,SW.VA.,TENN.,MISS.,N.ALA., AND N.GA. Chapter XLII.

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Prisoners taken by First Brigade, cavalry division:

By the Ninth Illinois Cavalry............................... 14

By the Fourth Illinois Cavalry.............................. 2

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Total................................. 16

These were all turned over to the Second Brigade by order of the colonel commanding expedition.

Captured stock.-Third Illinois Cavalry, Major O'Connor commanding:

Horses........................................ 8

Mules......................................... 9

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Total......................................... 17

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One two-horse carriage, 1 single buggy.

Fourth Illinois Cavalry, Major Wemple commanding:

Mules.......................................... 34

Horses......................................... 27

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Total.......................................... 61

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Ninth Illinois Cavalry, Captain Buell commanding:

Mules........................................ 64

Horses....................................... 35

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Total........................................ 99

Total captured,177.

Respectfully submitted.

M. R. M. WALLACE,

Lieutenant Colonel, Comdg. First Brigade, Cavalry Division.

H. H. BLACK,

Captain, and Acting Assistant Adjutant General.

AUGUST 16-20, 1863.-Expedition from Memphis, Tenn., to Hernando, Miss., with Skirmish (17th) near Panola, Miss.

REPORTS,

No. 1.-Report of Brig. General James C. Veatch, U. S. Army, commanding District of Memphis.

No. 2.-Report of Lieutenant Colonel Hervey Craven, Eighty-ninth Indiana Infantry, commanding expedition.

No. 1. Report of Brigadier General James C. Veatch, U. S. Army,

commanding District of Memphis.

HEADQUARTERS DISTRICT OF MEMPHIS, Memphis, August 23, 1863.

COLONEL: I have the honor to forward herewith a copy of the report of Lieutenant Colonel Hervey Craven, Eighty-ninth Indiana Infantry Volunteers, of the recent scout made to Hernando and vicinity by a party under his command.

I am, colonel, your obedient servant.

JAMES C. VEATCH,

Brigadier-General.

Lieutenant Colonel HENRY BINMORE, A. A. G. Sixteenth Army Corps.