War of the Rebellion: Serial 072 Page 0159 Chapter L. REPORTS, ETC.-ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND.

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Report of casualties in Army of the Cumberland, &c.-Continued.

Killed Wounded

Command Officers Men Officers Men

Fourth Army Corps:

First Division 3 18 10 175

Second Division 1 27 9 152

Third Division ....... 26 14 148

Total 4 71 33 475

Grant total 40 547 169 2,592

Missing

Command Officers Men Aggregate

Fourth Army Corps:

First Division 1 2 209

Second Division ........ 7 196

Third Division 1 4 193

Total 2 13 598

Grant total 17 344 3,709

[Inclosure Numbers 2.]

Report of prisoners of war and rebel deserters received and disposed of during the month of July, 1864.

Prisoners

From what corps received Officers Men Total

Fourth Army Corps 15 604 619

Fourteenth Army Corps 3 307 310

Twentieth Army Corps 19 573 592

Cavalry command 1 19 20

Department of the Cumberland and 77 1,104 1,181

not credited to any corps

Total Department of the 115 2,604 2,722

Cumberland

Army of the Tennessee 1 190 191

Army of the Ohio 9 278 287

Total 10 468 478

Grand total 125 3,075 3,200

From what corps received Officers Men Total Aggregate

Fourth Army Corps ........ 20 20 639

Fourteenth Army Corps 1 163 164 474

Twentieth Army Corps 1 38 39 631

Cavalry command ....... 14 14 34

Department of the 8 331 339 a 1,520

Cumberland and not

credited to any corps

Total Department of the 10 566 576 3,298

Cumberland

Army of the Tennessee 1 54 55 246

Army of the Ohio 1 100 101 388

Total 2 154 156 634

Grand total 12 720 732 3,932

a Received at Chattanooga.

Respectfully submitted.

H. M. DUFFIELD,

Lieutenant, Ninth Michigan Veteran Infantry and Asst. Provost-Marshal-General, Dept. of the Cumberland.

[Inclosure Numbers 3.]

Report of arms captured, lost, and becoming surplus in the Army of the Cumberland for the month of July, 1864.

Captured Lost Surplus

Enfield rifles 303 73 1,146

Springfield rifles 143 274 1,226

Spencer rifles ........ ...... 17

Whitney rifles ........ ...... 6

Colt rifles ........ ...... 2

French rifles 36 ...... ......

Dresden rifles ........ ...... 14

Austrian rifles 291 ...... 1

Harper's Ferry rifles 21 ...... ......

Total 794 347 2,412

T. G. BAYLOR,

Captain and Chief of Ord., Dept. of the Cumberland.

NEAR ATLANTA, GA., July 31, 1864.