the other escaped. While the guard was firing on these 2 that attempted to escape another of the prisoners was accidentally wounded and was left on Little North Fork. I arrived at Forsyth on the 12th instant.
Respectfully, your obedient servant,
Captain, Eighth Cav., Missouri State Mil., Commanding Co. I.
Lieutenant W. D. HUBBARD,
Acting Assistant Adjutant-General, Springfield, Mo.
JUNE 6, 1864.- Engagement on Old Rive Lake, or Lake Chicot, Ark.*
Numbers 1.- Brigadier General Joseph A. Mower, U. S. Army, commanding First Division, Sixteenth Army Corps.
Numbers 2.- Captain James M. Cockefair, Third Indiana Battery.
Numbers 3.- Colonel Lucius F. Hubbard, Fifth Minnesota Infantry, commanding Second Brigade.
Numbers 4.- Major John C. Becht, Fifth Minnesota Infantry.
Numbers 5.- Major George W. Van Beek, Thirty-third Missouri Infantry, commanding Third Brigade.
Numbers 6.- Captain Felix W. Doran, Thirty-fifth Iowa Infantry.
Numbers 7.- Captain Alexander J. Campbell, Thirty-third Missouri Infantry.
Numbers 8.- Colonel David Moore, Twenty-first Missouri Infantry, commanding Third Division.
Numbers 9.- Colonel James I. Gilbert, Twenty-seventh Iowa Infantry, commanding Second Brigade.
Numbers 10.- Captain Warren C. Jones, Fourteenth Iowa Infantry.
Numbers 11.- Major George W. Howard, Twenty-seventh Iowa Infantry.
Numbers 12.- Lieutenant Colonel Gustavus A. Eberhart, Thirty-second Iowa Infantry.
Numbers 13.- Major Robert W. Fyan, Twenty-fourth Missouri Infantry.
Numbers 14.- Colonel Colton Greene, Third Missouri Cavalry (Confederate), commanding Marmaduke's brigade, including skirmishes June 5 and 7 at Worthington's and Sunnyside Landings.
Numbers 1. Report of Brigadier General Joseph A. Mower, U. S. Army, commanding First Division, Sixteenth Army Corps.
HDQRS. FIRST DIVISION, SIXTEENTH ARMY CORPS,
Memphis, Tenn., June 15, 1864.
CAPTAIN: I have the honor to submit the following report of the part taken by my command in the engagement near Lake Village, Ark., ont he 6th instant: In obedience to the orders of the general commanding detachment Sixteenth Army Corps, I debarked with the Second and Third Brigades of this division, commanded, respectively, by Colonel L. F. Hubbard, Fifth Minnesota Infantry, and Major George W. Van Beek, Thirty-third Missouri Infantry, near Sunnyside Landing, Ark., on the evening of the 5th instant, biv-
*Know also as engagement at Ditch Bayou, Fish Bayou, Grand Lake, and Lake Village.
+See also Marmaduke's report, p. 946.