War of the Rebellion: Serial 072 Page 0175 Chapter L. REPORTS, ETC.-ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND.

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In the battle of the 22nd the total Union loss in killed, wounded, and missing, 3,500, and 10 pieces of artillery. Rebel loss, prisoners captured, 3,200. Known dead of the enemy in front of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Corps and one division of the Seventeenth Corps, 2,142. The other division of the Seventeenth Corps repulsed six assaults of the enemy before it fell back, which will swell the rebel loss in killed to at least 3,000. There were captured from the enemy in this battle 18 stand of colors and 5,000 stand of arms.

Brigadier-General Garrard, commanding Second Cavalry Division, has just returned from a raid upon the Georgia railroad, having lost 2 men and brought in 200 prisoners and a fair lot of fresh horses and negroes. He destroyed the railroad bridges across the branches of the Ocmulgee and the depots at Conyers, Covington, and Social Circle.

By command of Major-General Thomas:

WM. D. WHIPPLE,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

Consolidated report of the casualties in the Army of the Cumberland during May, June, July, and August, 1864.

Killed

Command Month Officers Men Total

Fourth Army Corps May, 1864 30 493 523

June, 1864 40 406 446

July, 1864 4 71 75

August, 1864 5 33 38

Total 79 1,003 1,082

Fourteenth Army May, 1864 14 210 224

Corps

June, 1864 19 289 308

July, 1864 16 166 182

August, 1864 8 151 159

Total 57 816 873

Twentieth Army May, 1864 22 387 409

Corps

June, 1864 8 178 186

July, 1864 20 310 330

August, 1864 1 39 40

Total 51 914 965

Cavalry command Four months 9 115 124

May, June,

July and

August, 1864

Total 9 115 124

Grand total 196 2,848 3,044

Fourth Army Corps September 1 to 5 34 39

end of

campaign

Fourteenth Army ..do.. 12 210 222

Corps

Grand total 213 3,092 3,305

Wounded

Command Month Officers Men Total

Fourth Army Corps May, 1864 120 284 2,591

June, 1864 127 115 2,154

July, 1864 33 13 508

August, 1864 4 27 178

Total 284 439 5,431

Fourteenth Army May, 1864 54 75 1,154

Corps

June, 1864 49 43 1,116

July, 1864 50 129 787

August, 1864 27 22 820

Total 180 269 3,877

Twentieth Army May, 1864 127 499 3,007

Corps

June, 1864 83 82 1,289

July, 1864 86 202 1,466

August, 1864 8 11 189

Total 304 794 5,951

Cavalry command Four months 42 1,101 524

May, June, July

and August,

1864

Total 42 1,101 524

Grand total 810 2,603 15,783

Fourth Army Corps September 1 to 27 21 299

end of campaign

Fourteenth Army ..do.. 50 15 674

Corps

Grand total 887 2,656 16,756

Missing

Command Month Officers Men Total

Fourth Army Corps May, 1864 4 284 288

June, 1864 3 115 118

July, 1864 2 13 15

August, 1864 3 27 30

Total 12 439 451

Fourteenth Army May, 1864 2 75 77

Corps

June, 1864 2 43 45

July, 1864 6 129 135

August, 1864 .... 22 22

Total 10 269 279

Twentieth Army Corps May, 1864 2 499 501

June, 1864 3 82 85

July, 1864 9 202 211

August, 1864 ..... 11 11

Total 14 794 808

Cavalry command Four months 68 1,101 1,169

May, June,

July and

August, 1864

Total 68 1,101 1,169

Grand total 104 2,603 2,707

Fourth Army Corps September 1 2 21 23

to end of

campaign

Fourteenth Army ..do.. 1 15 16

Corps

Grand total 107 2,639 2,746

Aggregate

Command Month Officers Men Total

Fourth Army Corps May, 1864 154 3,248 3,402

June, 1864 170 2,548 2,718

July, 1864 39 559 598

August, 1864 12 234 246

Total 395 6,589 6,964

Fourteenth Army May, 1864 70 1,385 1,455

Corps

June, 1864 70 1,399 1,469

July, 1864 72 1,032 1,104

August, 1864 35 966 1,001

Total 247 4,782 5,029

Twentieth Army May, 1864 151 3,766 3,917

Corps

June, 1864 94 1,892 1,560

July, 1864 115 231 2,007

August, 1864 9 7,355 240

Total 369 1,698 7,724

Cavalry command Four months 119 1,698 1,817

May, June,

July and

August, 1864

Total 119 20,424 1,817

Grand total 1,110 327 21,534

Fourth Army Corps September 1 to 34 849 361

end of

campaign

Fourteenth Army ..do.. 63 21,600 912

Corps

Grand total 1,207 22,807

GEO. H. THOMAS,

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

HDQRS. DEPARTMENT OF THE CUMBERLAND,

Atlanta, Ga., September 19-20, 1864.