War of the Rebellion: Serial 055 Page 0409 Chapter XLIII. THE CHATTANOOGA-RINGGOLD CAMPAIGN.

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Effective infantry force in engagements:

Command. Officers. Enlisted Aggregate.

men.

Lookout Mountain:

First Brigade 58 952 1,010

Second Brigade 36 538 574

Third Brigade 47 728 775

Total 141 2,218 2,359

Ringgold:

First Brigade 49 845 894

Second Brigade 33 438 471

Third Brigade 37 587 624

Total 119 1,870 1,989

Casualties, exclusive of 52 in Whitaker's brigade:

Casualties. Officers. Enlisted Aggregate.

men.

Lookout Mountain:

Killed 2 20 22

Wounded 14 102 116

Total 16 122 138

Ringgold:

Killed 5 29 34

Wounded 19 150 169

Total 24 179 203

Grand total 40 301 341

Captures from the enemy:

Lookout Mountain.-Prisoners, 1,940; rebel killed, 125; rebel wounded, left on the field, 300; stand of arms, 2,800; 2 cannon, with limbers and ammunition; 5 battle-flags; 50 officers' swords; 1,000 intrenching tools. Captain Forbes, acting assistant inspector-general of my staff, who accompanied the reconnoitering party, early on the morning of November 25 reports as having fallen into our hands three brigade camps of Walker's division, with tents, baggage, about 20,000 rations, and a large amount of clothing, forage, and equipments, which were taken in charge by the garrison left on the mountain.

Mission Ridge.-Two hundred prisoners fell into our hands, besides one brigade, who were hemmed in between our combined forces, one-third of which will be properly accredited to this command.

Ringgold and vicinage.-Prisoners, 230; rebel killed, 130; stand of arms, 85; battle-flags 2. The enemy carried off a number of his killed, and most of his wounded.

I have the honor to be, general, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

JNumbers W. GEARY,

Brigadier-General, U. S. Volunteers, Commanding.

Maj. General D. BUTTERFIELD,

Chief of Staff, Eleventh and Twelfth Corps.