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The following is the loss of my division in material and horses:

Command. Guns Limbe Caisso Horses Remarks.

rs ns .

Company I,4th - 1 - 19 6-pounder

U. S. Artillery James

rifle.

Company C, 1st Ohio 1 1 1 26 2 10-

Artillery pounder

Parrott.

4th Michigan Battery 5 4 - 35 26-pounder

James

rifles. 1

12-pounder

howitzer.

Total 6 6 1 80

Hospital wagons, 1; wagons, 14 (loaded with ammunition, chiefly infantry, caliber .58); ambulances, 1.

I am, captain, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

J. M. BRANNAN,

Brigadier-General, Commanding Division.

Captain B. H. POLK,

Assitant Adjutant-General, Fourteenth Army Corps.

Numbers 48.

Report of Captain Josiah W. Church First Michigan Light Artillery, Chief of Artillery.

Report of Losses in batteries of the Third Division, Fourteenth Army Corps, during the actions of the 19th and 20th of September, 1863.

Losses. Fourth Company Company Total

Michigan C, I, Fourth .

First U. S.

Ohio Artillery

Volunte .

er

Artille

ry.

[PERSONNEL.]

Commissioned officer:

Wounded - - 1 1

Enlisted men:

Killed - 4 1 5

Wounded 7 9 19 35

Missing 4 - - 4

[MATERIAL.]

10-pounder Parrott guns 2 - - 2

10-pounder Parrott 1 - - 1

limber

12-pounder howitzer gun 1 - - 1

12-pounder howitzer 1 - - 1

limber

12-pounder limber - - 1 1

12-pounder caisson body - 1 - 1

6-pounder James rifle 2 1 - 3

guns

6-pounder James rifle 2 - - 2

limbers

6-pounder James rifle - 2 - 2

caisson bodies

Sets wheel harness 6 - 2 8

Sets lead harness 12 5 6 23

Sponger and rammers 10 4 - 14

Wormers and staves 3 - - 3

Paulins 4 1 3 8

Revolvers 4 - - 4