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Return of casualties in the Fifteenth Army Corps, &c. - Continued.

Captured

Killed. Wounded. or missing.

Command. Offi Men Offi Men Offi Men Aggre

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FOURTH DIVISION

Brigadier

General WILLIAM

HARROW

First Brigade.

Colonel REUBEN

WILLIAMS

Colonel JOHN M.

OLIVER

26th Illinois 1 25 6 136 1 11 180

90th Illinois - 9 5 76 1 26 117

12th Indiana 2 26 3 100 3 49 183

100th Indiana - 8 3 66 1 - 78

Total First 3 68 17 378 6 86 558

Brigade

Second Brigade

Brigadier

General CHARLES

C. WALCUTT,

40th Illinois 1 14 10 82 - - 107

103rd Illinois 4 32 6 125 - 9 176

97th Indiana 1 24 11 108 - 5 149

6th Iowa 4 27 5 114 - 4 154

46th Ohio 5 31 5 124 - 1 166

Total Second 15 128 37 553 - 19 572

Brigade

Third Brigade

Colonel JOHN M.

OLIVER

Staff - - - - 1 - 1

48th Illinois 4 28 9 182 1 17 241

99th Indiana - 13 5 126 1 13 158

15th Michigan 1 11 2 76 - 2 92

70th Ohio 4 15 7 86 - 13 125

Total Third 9 67 23 470 3 45 617

Brigade

Artillery

Captain HENRY

H. GRIFFITHS.

Major JOHN T.

CHENEY

Captain HENRY

H. GRIFFITHS

Captain JOSIAH

H. BURTON

1st Illinois 1 4 - 9 1 - 15

Light, Battery F

Iowa Light, 1st - 4 2 19 - - 25

Battery

Total artillery 1 8 2 28 1 - 40

Total Fourth 28 271 79 1,429 10 150 1,967

Division

Total Fifteenth 57 588 196 3,271 32 614 4,758

Army Corps

Numbers 447.

Report of Lieutenant Colonel Robert R. Towners, Assistant Adjutant-General and Chief of Staff, of operations July 22.

HEADQUARTERS FIFTEENTH ARMY CORPS,

East Point, Ga., September 10, 1864.

COLONEL: In compliance with request of Major General John A. Logan, as commander of the Department and Army of the Tennessee, I have the honor to submit the following report of the part taken by the Fifteenth Army Corps in the action of the 22nd of July,