War of the Rebellion: Serial 072 Page 0172 THE ATLANTA CAMPAIGN.

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RAID ON MACON AND ATLANTA RAILROAD, JULY 28, 1864.

Description of flag By what command captured

"Our Country and Our Rights" First Cavalry Division,

Brigadier General E. M.

McCook commanding

RAID ON MACON AND ATLANTA RAILROAD, AUGUST 20, 1864.

Captured from. By what command captured.

3rd Regiment Texas Cavalry Third Cavalry Division, and

First and Second Brigade,

Second Cavalry Division,

Brigadier-General Kilpatrick

commanding.

Zachary Rangers, Henry County Do.

Benjamin Infantry Do.

[Inclosure Numbers 8.]

Consolidated report of the casualties in the Army of the Cumberland during the campaign ending September --, 1864.

Killed Wounded

Command Officers Men Total Officers Men Total

Fourth 84 1,037 1,121 311 5,419 5,930

Army

Corps

Fourteen 69 1,026 1,095 230 4,321 4,551

th Army

Corps

Twentiet 51 914 965 304 5,647 5,951

h Army

Corps

Cavalry 9 115 124 42 482 524

command

Total 213 3,092 3,305 887 15,869 16,756

Command Officers Men Total Officers Men Total

Fourth 14 460 474 409 6,916 7,325

Army

Corps

Fourteen 11 284 295 310 5,631 5,941

th Army

Corps

Twentiet 14 794 808 369 7,355 7,724

h Army

Corps

Cavalry 68 1,101 1,169 119 1,698 1,817

command

Total 107 2,639 2,746 1,207 21,600 22,807

GEO. H. THOMAS,

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

HDQRS. DEPARTMENT OF THE CUMBERLAND,

Atlanta, Ga., September 20, 1864.

[Inclosure Numbers 9.]

Consolidated report of prisoners of war and deserters from the rebel army from May 1, 1864, to September 20, 1864.

Prisoners

From what corps received Officers Men Total

Fourth Army Corps 53 1,479 1,532

Fourteenth Army Corps 101 1,768 1,869

Twentieth Army Corps 32 1,395 1,427

Cavalry command 18 256 274

Department of the Cumberland and 108 2,857 2,965

not credited to any corps

Total Department of the 312 7,755 8,067

Cumberland

Army of the Tennessee 53 1,381 1,434

Army of the Ohio 20 812 832

Total 73 2,193 2,266

Grant total 385 9,948 10,333

Deserters

From what corps received Officers Men Total Aggregate

Fourth Army Corps 3 98 101 1,633

Fourteenth Army Corps 2 396 398 2,267

Twentieth Army Corps 1 264 265 1,692

Cavalry command ...... 53 53 327

Department of the 8 1,337 1,345 4,310

Cumberland and not

credited to any corps

Total Department of the 14 2,148 2,162 10,229

Cumberland

Army of the Tennessee 4 142 146 1,580

Army of the Ohio 1 351 352 1,184

Total 5 493 498 2,764

Grant total 19 2,641 2,660 12,993

Respectfully submitted.

J. G. PARKHURST,

Colonel and Provost-Marshal-General.