woods, not knowing where to go, and which would have fallen into the hands of the enemy.
Our loss in killed wounded, and missing is as follows:
[Command.] Killed. Wounded. Missing. Total.
Brigade staff - 2 - 2
92nd Illinois 2 26 2 30
98th Illinois 3 30 2 35
123rd Illinois 1 13 10 24
17th Indiana 4 9 3 16
72nd Indiana 10 23 2 35
18th Battery 1 2 - 3
Total 21 105 19 145
Among the killed is the brave and generous McMurtry, captain Company I, Seventy-second Indiana. He fell in the thickest of the fight, in the full discharge of his duties.
Among the wounded whose loss will be greatly felt, not only in his regiment but in the brigade and division, is the steady, cool, and resolute Colonel Funkhouser, of the Ninety-eighth Illinois, who fell while leading his men most gallantly in the charge on Sunday afternoon.
Others are deserving of special mention here, but already this report is too long, and Colonel Wilder, who commanded the brigade during all the time reported, will, I have no doubt, mention their names and services in a manner that will do them the amplest justice.
A number of prisoners were taken at different times; 35 in the last charge on Sunday, the 20th.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
A. O. MILLER,
Colonel Seventy-second Indiana, Commanding Brigade.
Captain C. O. HOWARD,
Acting Assistant Adjutant-General, Fourth Division.
Reports of Colonel Smith D. Atkins, Ninety-second Illinois (Mounted Infantry.
HDQRS. NINETY-SECOND ILLINOIS VOLUNTEERS,
Pond Spring, Ga., September 16, 1863.
CAPTAIN: By command of Colonel Wilder to report the movements of my regiment since I was first detached from the brigade, I have the honor to submit the following:
That on September 7, at 10 a. m., agreeably to orders I received at Poe's Tavern, I reported to Major-General Thomas, with my regiment, at the foot of Raccoon Mountain, and was ordered by him to report to Major-General Reynolds Trenton, which I did at 11 a. m.
On September 8, by order of Major-General Reynolds, Companies F and G made a reconnaissance on Lookout Mountain. Company E, Captain Van Buskirk, went to near Summertown, finding no enemy, and returned at 9 p. m.