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Numbers 7. Return of Casualties in the Third Division, Sixteenth Army Corps, Brigadier General Andrew J. Smith, U. S. Army, commanding, February 3-March 4.

Command. Killed. Wounded. Captured Aggregate.



First Brigade:

58th Illinois.. ... 2 12 14

119th Illinois.. ... ... 4 4

89th Indiana.. ... 1 5 6

Second Brigade:

14th Iowa.. ... ... 19 19

27th Iowa.. ... 1 3 4

32nd Iowa.. 1 ... 5 6

Third Brigade:

49th Illinois.. ... 1 ... 1

117th Illinois.. 1 6 3 10

52nd Indiana.. 1 5 ... 6

178th New York.. ... ... 30 30

9th Indiana 1 ... 2 3


Total.. 4 16 83 103


Captain and Assistant Adjutant-General.

Numbers 8. Itinerary of the First Brigade, Third Division, Sixteenth Army Corps, Colonel David Moore, Twenty-first Missouri Infantry, commanding, February 2-27.*

February 2, command left camp in rear of Vicksburg en route for Meridian, Miss.

February 4, the command engaged the enemy on the plantations of Jefferson and Joseph Davis, driving them with the skirmish line. Loss during the engagement: Killed, -; wounded, -; missing, -. Encamped at sunset.

Nothing worthy of note occurred during the march to Meridian, at which place the command was assigned to the duty of destroying the Selma railroad, which was most effectually done a distance of 6 miles. After remaining at Meridian in camp two days the command moved en route for Canton, Miss., via Union and Hillsborough.

February 27, arrived at Canton, Miss., at 2 p. m., at which place the command is still encamped, with headquarters at the house of one Dr. Reid.

Numbers 9. Itinerary of the Second Brigade, Third Division, Sixteenth Army Corps, Colonel William T. Shaw, Fourteenth Iowa Infantry, commanding, February 3-March 4.*

February 3, this brigade left Vicksburg with the Sixteenth Army Corps in the expedition commanded by Major General W. T. Sherman,


* From monthly return.