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Colonel Robinson; Sixty-eighth Indiana, Captain Espy, wounded; One hundred and fifth Ohio, Major Perkins, wounded.

The division staff were at their posts and discharged their duties promptly and faithfully.

Major John Levering, assistant adjutant-general, sick in ambulance.

Major O. Q. Herrick, medical director, in the hands of the enemy.

Captain F. T. Starkweather, assistant quartermaster; Captain J. L. Leech, commissary of subsistence; Captain C. O. Howard, mustering officer, aide-de-camp, wounded in hand; Captain J. T. Floyd, One hundred and first Indiana, aide-de-camp; Captain R. B. Hanna, Seventy-second Indiana, provost-marshal, wounded; First Lieutenant J. W. Armstrong, Seventeenth Indiana, ordnance officer; Second Lieutenant W. P. Bainbridge, One hundred and first Indiana, aide-de-camp, wounded in arm; Sergt. Daniel Bush, Company D, One hundred and first Indiana, orderly at headquarters, was badly wounded and has since died.

Among the deaths the country has to deplore the loss of Colonel E. A. King, commanding Second Brigade, and Colonel W. G. Jones, commanding Thirty-sixth Ohio, both superior officers.

Herewith are submitted lists of casualties,*from which it appears that the total loss of the division in killed, wounded, and missing is 936.

Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

J. J. REYNOLDS,

Major-General, Commanding Division.

Lieutenant-Colonel FLYNT,

Assistant Adjutant-General, Fourteenth Army Corps.

No. 62.

Report of Captain Samuel J. Harris, Nineteenth Indiana Battery, Acting Chief of Artillery.

HEADQUARTERS NINETEENTH INDIANA BATTERY,

Chattanooga, Tenn., October 4, 1863.

Statement of the loss of men, material, and horses in the Nineteenth and Twenty-first Indiana Batteries, of the Fourth Division, Fourteenth Army Corps, during the action of the 19th and 20th September, 1863.

Men. Guns and limbers. Small-arms.

Batteries Kille Wound Missi 3- 12- Gun Pisto

. d. ed. ng. inch pound limbe ls.

Rodma er r,

n. smoot 12-

h- pound

bores er.

.

19th 2 16 2 1 1 - 4

Indiana

Battery,

Captain

S.

J. - 10 - - 1 1 -

Harris.

21st

Indiana

Battery,

Captain

Andrew.

Total 2 26 2 1 2 1 4

Rounds of ammu-

nition expended. Materiel.

Batteries. Sabe 3- 12- Frict Spon Spon Leath Trai

r. inch pound ion ges ge er or l

. er. prime and buck water hand

rs. stav ets. ing spik

es. bucke es.

ts.

19th 3 350 750 1,200 7 4 6 8

Indiana

Battery,

Captain S.

J. Harris. - - 442 560 2 - 4 -

21st

Indiana

Battery,

Captain

Andrew.

Total 3 350 1,192 1,760 9 4 10 8

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*Embodied in revised statement, p. 173.

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