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[Inclosure.]

Casualties in Second Brigade on 19th and 20th of September, 1863.

Killed. Wounded. Missing. Aggregate.

Command Comm Enl Comm Enl Comm Enl Comm Enl Total

. issi ist issi ist issi ist issi ist .

oned ed oned ed oned ed oned ed

offi men offi men offi men offi men

cers . cers . cers . cers .

. . . .

1st

Wiscons

in

(Lieute a4 22 3 88 4 80 11 190 201

nant

Colonel

G. B.

Bingham

)

79th

Pennsyl

vania

(Colone 1 14 4 63 1 54 6 131 137

l H. A.

Hambrig

ht)

24th

Illinoi

s 1 18 9 67 3 53 13 138 151

(Colone

l G.

Mihalot

zy)

21st

Wiscons

in

(Lieute --- 2 4 32 9 67 13 101 114

nant

Colonel

H. C.

Hobart)

4th

Indiana

Battery

(Lieute --- 1 --- 17 1 5 1 23 24

nant

David

Flansbu

rg.

Total* 6 57 20 267 18 259 44 583 627

a Of the 4 commissioned officers of the First Wisconsin reported killed, 2 were members of my staff, as follows: First. Lieutenant Robert J. Nickles, aide-de-camp, killed on the 11th, and previously reported; First Lieutenant Charles A. Searles, acting assistant adjutant-general, killed on the 19th.

ADDENDA.

Semi-weekly report of effective force of the Second Brigade, First Division, Fourteenth Army Corps, Brigadier General John C. Starkweather commanding.

Headquarters. Infantry.

Command. Commi Enlis Total Commi Enli Total

ssio ted . ssio sted .

ned men. ned men.

offi offi

cers. cers.

Headquarters

(Brigadier General 9 a81 9 ---- --- ---

J. C. Starkweather).

1st Wisconsin

(Lieutenant Colonel ---- ---- ---- 23 368 391

G. B. Bingham).

79th Pennsylvania

(Colonel H. A. ---- ---- ---- 21 424 445

Hambright).

24th Illinois ---- ---- ---- 25 337 362

(Colonel G.

Mihalotzy).

21st Wisconsin

(Lieutenant Colonel ---- ---- ---- 30 339 369

H. C.

Hobart).

Total infantry. 9 81 9 99 1, 1,

468 567

4th Indiana Battery

(Lieutenant D. ---- ---- ---- ---- --- ----

Flansburg).

Grand total. 9 81 9 99 1, 1,

468 567

CONTINUATION:

Artillery. Total.

Commis Enlis Total. Commis Enlis

Command. sioned ted sioned ted

offi men. offi men.

cers. cers.

Headquarters

(Brigadier General J.

-----

-----

-----

9 a81

C.

Starkweather).

1st Wisconsin

(Lieutenant Colonel G.

-----

-----

-----

23 368

B.

Bingham).

79th Pennsylvania

(Colonel H. A.

-----

-----

-----

21 424

Hambright).

24th Illinois

-----

-----

-----

25 337

(Colonel G.

Mihalotzy).

21st Wisconsin

(Lieutenant Colonel H.

-----

-----

-----

30 339

C.

Hobart).

Total infantry.

-----

-----

-----

108 1,

468

4th Indiana Battery 3 92 95 3 92

(Lieutenant D.

Flansburg).

Grand total. 3 92 95 111 1,

560

CONTINUATION:

Command. Aggregate. Number of Number of

horses. guns.

Headquarters

(Brigadier General J. 9

----------

----------

C.

Starkweather).

1st Wisconsin

(Lieutenant Colonel G. 391

----------

----------

B.

Bingham).

79th Pennsylvania 445

----------

----------

(Colonel H. A.

Hambright).

24th Illinois 362

----------

----------

(Colonel G. Mihalotzy).

21st Wisconsin

(Lieutenant Colonel H. 369

----------

----------

C.

Hobart).

Total infantry. 1,

----------

----------

576

4th Indiana Battery 95 116 6

(Lieutenant D.

Flansburg).

Grand total. 1, 116 6

671

a Enlisted men at headquarters accounted for with regiments.

JOHN. C. STARKWEATHER,

Brigadier-General, Commanding.

MONDAY, September 14, 1863.

Numbers 27.

Reports of Brigadier General John H. King, U. S. Army, commanding Third Brigade.

HDQRS. THIRD BRIG., FIRST DIV., 14TH ARMY CORPS, Chattanooga, Tenn., September 24, 1863.

GENERAL: I have the honor to report that I joined the division (having been detached with the brigade guarding the railroad be-

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*See revised statement, p. 171.

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