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[CHAP. XLII.

[Inclosure B.]

Tabular statement of casualties in McNair's brigade at Chickamauga on September 18,19 and 20, 1863.

Wounded.

Kille Morta Seve Sligh Missin Total.

Command. d lly. rely tly. g.

.

Field and staff --- --- 1 1 --- 2

1st Arkansas

Mounted

(dismounted) 14 3 39 34 16 106

Rifles.

4th, 31st and 4th

Arkansas

Battalion 14 4 25 31 29 103

(consolidated)

2nd Arkansas

Mountted

(dismounted) 6 1 15 27 3 52

Rifles.

39th North

Carolina 10 4 46 40 3 103

Infantry.

25th Arkansas

Infantry. 7 4 26 21 3 61

Culpeper's (South

Carolina) --- --- 5 9 --- 14

battery.

Total. 51 16 157 163 54 441

[D. COLEMAN,]

Colonel, Commanding McNair's Brigade.

[Lieutenant] HENRY WALDROP,

Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.

[Inclosure C.]

STATEMENT OF CAPTURES MADE BY M'NAIR'S BRIGADE AT CHICKAMAUGA ON SEPTEMBER 18,19, AND 20, 1863.

Ten pieces of artillery; several caissons left on the field and brought off afterward; 6 first-class ordnance wagons; 6 wagon loads of small-arms ammunition; brought off the field 800 fine rifles; piled up for ordnance wagons 2,000 rifles; brought off the field 26 artillery horses; 2 stand of colors, one Eight Kansas, the other not remembered. One taken from Private Harry Barger, Company I, Twenty-fifth Arkansas, by force after capturing it himself, by an officer, ranking first lieutenant of Manigault's brigade.

[D. COLEMAN,]

Colonel, Commanding McNair's Brigade.

[Lieutenant] HENRY WALDROP,

Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.

Numbers 424.

Report of Brigadier General Joseph B. Kershaw, C. S. Army, commanding McLaws' division.

HEADQUARTERS KERSHAW'S BRIGADE,

Near Chattanooga, October 15, 1863.

MAJOR: I respectfully submit the following report of the operations of my own and Humphreys' brigades in the late battle of Chickamauga. The mention of the latter brigade is necessarily general from the fact that General Humphreys report did not pass through me, and being on foot during the engagement, I could only assume a very general command. I respectfully refer to the report of General Humphreys for more particular information of his movements.