War of the Rebellion: Serial 050 Page 0407 Chapter XIII. THE CHICKAMAUGA CAMPAIGN.

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Report of Losses in batteries of the Third Division, &c._Continued.

Batteries.

Losses. Fourth Company Company Total.

Michigan. C, First I, Fourth

Ohio U. S.

Volunteer Artillery

Artillery .

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[MATERIAL-

continued.]

Sabers 5 1 - 6

Saber belts 5 - - 5

Gunners' 5 2 - 7

haversacks

Tube pouches 3 2 - 5

Handspikes 10 6 1 17

Prolonges 5 1 1 7

Thumb stall 4 2 3 9

Lanyards 2 - - 2

Sponge buckets 5 2 - 7

Tar buckets 4 1 1 6

Rubber buckets 25 4 - 29

Nose bags 32 20 - 52

Cavalry saddles 5 5 1 11

Cavalry bridles 5 5 1 11

Saddle blankets 21 25 - 46

Artillery bridles 18 20 - 38

Currycombs 33 - - 33

Horse brushes 30 - - 30

Baggage wagon - - 1 1

Mules 1 - 1 2

Sets mule harness - - 2 2

Artillery horses 35 26 19 80

J. W. CHURCH,

Captain 4th Mich. Batt., Chf. of Arty., 3rd Div., 14th. A. C.

Numbers 49.

Report of Colonel John M. Connell, Seventeenth Ohio Infantry, commanding First Brigade.

HDQRS. 1ST BRIG., 3rd DIV., 14TH ARMY CORPS,

Chattanooga, Tenn., September 26, 1863.

CAPTAIN: I have the honor to submit the following report of the part taken by my command in the engagement of the 19th and 20th instant:

After marching all night of Friday and halting about 6 a. m. on the 19th for breakfast, my command-weakened by the detaching of the Thirty-eighth Ohio to guard the general supply train-was ordered forward toward one of the fords of the Chickamauga Creek, forming in line of battle on the left of the Second Brigade of this division. When in position for advance, I was ordered to take my command to a point near the house afterward used as a hospital on the Chattanooga road, and hold it in reserve, to support either the Second or Third Brigade which then moved forward to engage the enemy. In a few minutes the Second Brigade was heavily engaged on my right and skirmishing commenced in front of the Third Brigade.

I was then ordered forward, and under personal directions of