War of the Rebellion: Serial 073 Page 0827 Chapter L. REPORTS, ETC.-ARMY OF THE CUMB'D (CAVALRY).

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igan Cavalry, especially distinguished himself by riding through a narrow gap in the fence, in front of the rebel artillery, galloping into the battery, and shooting the captain dead on the spot. I beg most respectfully to call the attention of the general to these three gallant private soldiers.

I also beg to call the attention of the general commanding to the officers and men mentioned in the report of Captain McIntyre, commanding Fourth U. S. Cavalry, inclosed herewith. Captain McIntyre's is the only sub-reports as yet received by me.

I regret to have to announce the loss of Captain Thompson, Seventh Pennsylvania Cavalry, my brigade inspector, and one of the most gallant soldiers in the service; he was wounded, and I fear is now a prisoner in the hands of the enemy.

Inclosed herewith I hand you return of casualties.

I am, respectfully, your obedient servant,

ROBT. H. G. MINTY,

Colonel 4th Michigan Cav., Commanding First Brigadier, Second Cav. Div.

Captain ESTES,

Assistant Adjutant-General, Third Cavalry Division.

[Inclosure.]

Return of casualties in First and Second Brigades, Second Cavalry Division, Department of the Cumberland, during the raid around the rebel army, from 18th to 23rd August, 1864.

Killed Wounded Wounded and missing

Command Officers Men Officers Men Officers Men

First ...... .... ...... 1 1 ....

Brigade

4th U. S. ....... 10 1 10 1 4

Cavalry

7th ....... 5 ...... 12 1 11

Pennsylvan

ia Cavalry

4th ....... 2 1 6 ...... ....

Michigan

Cavalry

Total ....... 17 2 29 3 15

Second ....... .... 2 .... ...... ....

Brigade

1st Ohio ....... 4 ...... 13 ...... .....

Cavalry

3rd Ohio 1 7 ...... 30 ...... 5

Cavalry

4th Ohio ...... 3 2 16 ...... .....

Cavalry

Total 1 14 4 59 ....... 5

Chicago ....... 1 ....... 4 ....... ....

Board of

Trade

Battery

Grand 1 32 6 92 3 20

total

Total

Command Officers Men

First Brigade 1 1

4th U. S. Cavalry 2 40

7th Pennsylvania Cavalry 3 41

4th Michigan Cavalry 1 17

Total 7 99

Second Brigade 2 ....

1st Ohio Cavalry ...... 19

3rd Ohio Cavalry 1 44

4th Ohio Cavalry 4 24

Total 7 87

Chicago Board of Trade Battery ...... 6

Grand total 14 192

ROBT. H. G. MINTY,

Colonel, Commanding.

Numbers 400.

Report of Lieutenant Colonel Josiah B. Park, Fourth Michigan Cavalry, of skirmish (May 18) near Kingston, Ga.

HEADQUARTERS FOURTH MICHIGAN CAVALRY,

May 21, 1864.

SIR: I have the honor to report that, in compliance with verbal order of the colonel commanding brigade, I reported to General Garrard, with Companies L, F. M, K, E, H, and B, numbering 284 men and 17 officers, at Woodland, about seven miles northwest of