SECOND BATTALION, EIGHTEENTH U. S. INFANTRY.
Wounded.-First Lieutenant M. N. Hutchinson.
Wounded and missing.-Captain T. Ten Eyck, First Lieutenant C. L. Truman, First Lieutenant L. F. Brown.
Missing.-Second Lieutenant R. C. Gates, Second Lieutenant H. C. Pohlman.
FIRST BATTALION, NINETEENTH U. S. INFANTRY.
Killed.-First Lieutenant M. B. Fogarty.
Wounded.-Major S. K. Dawson, Second Lieutenant Robert Ayres, battalion adjutant.
Wounded and missing.-Captain Thomas Cummings, Second Lieutenant C. F. Miller.
Missing.-Captain V. K. Hart, Captain G. S. Peirce, Captain E. L. Smith, First Lieutenant T. H. Y. Bickham, First Lieutenant M. C. Causten, Second Lieutenant J. H. Gageby.
BATTERY H, FIFTH U. S. ARTILLERY.
Killed.-First Lieutenant H. M. Burnham.
Wounded.-Second Lieutenant J. A. Fessenden.
Wounded and missing.-Second Lieutenant Israel Ludlow.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
JOHN H. KING,
Brigadier General A. BAIRD,
Commanding First Division, Fourteenth Army Corps.
[Inclosure Numbers 4.]
HDQRS. THIRD DIVISION, FOURTEENTH ARMY CORPS, DEPARTMENT OF THE CUMBERLAND, Chattanooga, September 26, 1863.
GENERAL: Immediately after retaking the battery of your brigade, the Ninth Ohio Volunteers were ordered to the left of their brigade, which the rebels had attacked in considerable force, leaving the battery in charge of the Seventeenth Ohio Volunteers.
This regiment remained in charge of the battery until it was known you had sent a regiment to receive it, when, there being no rebels in the vicinity, the Seventeenth Ohio Volunteers hurried to the left, where their service were much needed.
J. M. BRANNAN,
Brigadier-General, Commanding Division.