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endured without murmur excessive hardships of a four months' campaign. My own thanks are due for the zealous and efficient services of Major J. A. Stafford, First Ohio Volunteer Infantry, while that regiment was part of my command; to Major J. H. Williston, Forty-first Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and to the subordinate officers of the command generally.

I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

R. L. KIMBERLY,

Lieutenant Colonel, Commanding Forty-first Ohio Vet. Infty.

Captain JOHN CROWELL, Jr.,

Asst. Adjt. General, 2nd Brigadier, 3rd Div., 4th Army Corps.

[Inclosure.]

Report of casualties in Forty-first Regiment Ohio Veteran Infantry during the campaign commencing May 7 and ending September 5, 1864.

Killed.

Place. Date. Officers Men.

.

Rocky Face Ridge. May 9 ... ...

Resaca. May 14 ... 1

Do. May 15 ... ...

Advairsville. May 17 ... ...

Pickett's Mills. May 27 ... 26

Near Pickett's Mills. May 29 ... ...

Do. May 31 ... 1

Kenesaw Mountain. June 21 ... ...

Do. June 24 ... ...

Chattahoochee River. July 5 ... 1

Do. July 9 ... ...

Peach Tree Creek. July 20 ... ...

Before Atlanta. July 28 ... ...

Do. Aug. 6 ... 1

Do. Aug. 20 ...

...

Lovejoy's Station. Sept. 5 ... ...

Total. ... ... 30

Wounded. Missing.

Place. Office Men. Office Men.

rs. rs.

Rocky Face Ridge. ... 2 ... 1

Resaca. ... 10 ... ...

Do. ... 2 ... ...

Advairsville. ... 2 ... ...

Pickett's Mills. ... 70 ... 6

Near Pickett's Mills. ... 5 ... ...

Do. ... ... ... ...

Kenesaw Mountain. 1 2 ... ...

Do. ... 2 ... ...

Chattahoochee River. 1 2 ... ...

Do. ... 1 ... ...

Peach Tree Creek. ... 2 ... ...

Before Atlanta. ... 2 ... ...

Do. ... ... ... ...

Do. ... 1 ... ...

Lovejoy's Station. ... 1 ... ...

Total. 2 104 ... 7

Reports of effective force: May 3-effective aggregate, 333. Engaged May 27-commissioned officers, 10; enlisted men, 261. Engaged September 8-commissioned officers, 13; enlisted men, 187. Average effective force during campaign, 240.

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Report of Colonel Henry K. McConnell, Seventy-first Ohio Infantry, of operations August 9-September 8.

HDQRS. SEVENTY-FIRST Regiment OHIO VET. VOL. INFTY.,

Atlanta, Ga., September 10, 1864.

I have the honor to submit the following report of the Seventy-first Regiment Ohio Veteran Volunteer Infantry in the expedition to the rear of Atlanta:

It seems necessary for me in the beginning to state that Special Field Orders, Numbers 218, dated headquarters Department of the Cumberland,