War of the Rebellion: Serial 055 Page 0745 Chapter XLIII. THE CHATTANOOGA-RINGGOLD CAMPAIGN.

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Numbers 247.

Return of Casualties in Stewart's division.

[Compiled from brigade reports.]

Killed. Wounded. Missing.

Off Men Off Men. Off Men. Aggregat

Command. ice . ice ice e.

rs. rs. rs.

Adams' brigade a 4 24 7 89 9 224 357

Stovall's brigade:b

40th Georgia - 5 - 15 - 16 ---

41st Georgia - - - 9 1 7 ---

42nd Georgia - - 1 7 - 22 ---

43rd Georgia - - - -- - 2 ---

52 Georgia - - - -- 1 10 ---

Total. - 5 1 31 2 45 84

Clayton's brigade:c

18th Alabama - 4 - 48 4 153 ---

36th Alabama - 9 2 16 4 116 ---

32nd and 58th Alabama

- 8 2 32 6 209 ---

38th Alabama - - - -- 13 201 ---

Total. - 21 4 96 27 679 827

Strahl's brigade:b

4th Tennessee 1 3 2 30 - 24 ---

5th Tennessee - 4 4 20 1 34 ---

19th Tennessee - 2 3 11 - 18 ---

24th Tennessee 2 1 - 5 4 45 ---

31st Tennessee - 3 - 14 - 4 ---

33rd Tennessee - - 2 2 1 19 ---

Total 3 13 11 82 6 144 259

Artillery Battalion d

- - - - - --- ---

Escort company e - - - 1 - 1 2

Grand total* 7 63 23 299 44 1,093 1,529

aNovember 25. Losses not given in original by regiments.

bNovember 25.

cNovember 24 and 25. Note on original says: "Of the number of men reported wounded in the 18th Alabama, 18 were left on the field. A number of others reported as missing are doubtless killed or wounded. No field or commanding office being present with 38th Alabama, nothing is known of them, and all are reported missing."

dNo report.

eNovember 24 and 25.

Numbers 248.

Reports of Major General Patrick R. Cleburne, C. S. Army, commanding division, etc., with thanks of the Confederate Congress.

HEADQUARTERS CLEBURNE'S DIVISION.

COLONEL: On the morning of the 23rd November, 1863, I was with my division at Chickamauga Station, on the Western and Atlantic Railroad, attending to the transportation, of Buckner's and my own division by rail to Loudon, E. Tennessee, where, with both divisions, I was ordered to report to Lieutenant-General Longstreet, then besieging Knoxville.

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*But see p. 684.

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