War of the Rebellion: Serial 072 Page 0170 THE ATLANTA CAMPAIGN. Chapter L.

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[Inclosure Numbers 3.]

Consolidated report of casualties in Army of the Cumberland for August, 1864.

Killed Wounded

Command Officers Men Total Officers Men Total

Fourth Army 5 33 38 4 174 178

Corps

Fourteenth 8 151 159 27 793 820

Army Corps

Twentieth 1 39 40 8 181 189

Army Corps

Cavalry 4 15 19 12 185 197

command

Total 18 238 256 51 1,333 1,384

Missing Aggregate

Command Officers Men Total Officers Men Total

Fourth Army 3 27 30 12 234 246

Corps

Fourteenth ..... 22 22 35 966 1,001

Army Corps

Twentieth ..... 11 11 9 231 240

Army Corps

Cavalry 10 227 237 26 427 453

command

Total 13 287 300 82 1,858 1,940

GEO. H. THOMAS,

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

HDQRS. DEPARTMENT OF THE CUMBERLAND,

Atlanta, Ga., September 19, 1864.

[Inclosure Numbers 4.]

Report of prisoners of war and deserters from the rebel army received and disposed of during the month of August, 1864.

Prisoners

From what corps received Officers Men Total

Fourth Army Corps 3 49 52

Fourteenth Army Corps 12 385 397

Twentieth Army Corps ....... 8 8

Cavalry mounted 13 94 107

Department of the Cumberland and 5 153 158

not credited to any corps

Total Department of the Cumberland 33 689 722

Army of the Tennessee 12 293 305

Army of the Ohio 4 112 116

Total 16 405 421

Grand total 49 1,094 1,143

Deserters

From what corps Officers Men Total Aggregate

received

Fourth Army Corps 2 50 52 104

Fourteenth Army Corps ...... 70 70 467

Twentieth Army Corps ...... 43 43 51

Cavalry mounted ...... 28 28 135

Department of the 2 267 269 427

Cumberland and not

credited to any corps

Total Department of the 4 458 462 1,184

Cumberland

Army of the Tennessee ...... 1 1 306

Army of the Ohio ...... 101 101 217

Total ...... 102 102 523

Grand total 4 560 564 1,707

Respectfully submitted.

J. G. PARKHURST,

Colonel and Provost-Marshal-General.

[Inclosure Numbers 5.]

Report of arms captured, lost, and becoming surplus in the Army of the Cumberland during the month ending August 31, 1864.

Springfield Enfield Austrian U. S. U. S.

rifles, .58 rifles, rifles, rifles, rifles,

.577 .54 .58 .54

Captured 117 219 9 2 1

Lost 57 57 ..... ..... .....

Surplus 197 85 ..... 2 .....

1,019 747 .....

Confederate Dresden Colt Spencer Total

rifles, .58 rifles, rifles, .56 rifles

.58

Captured 6 ...... ........ ...... 47

354

Lost ....... ...... ........ ...... 114

Surplus ....... 3 1 15 282

1,787

O. E. MICHAELIS,

Lieutenant of Ord., Act. Chief of Ord., Dept. of the Cumberland.

ATLANTA, GA., September 15, 1864.