War of the Rebellion: Serial 074 Page 0741 Chapter L. REPORTS, ETC.-CONFEDERATE.

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When reports of regimental commanders are more complete, I beg leave to add a supplementary report, should it become necessary, in justice to particular regiments, officers, and men.

D. C. GOVAN,

Brigadier-General.

Captain I. A. BUCK, Assistant Adjutant-General.

ADDENDA.

HEADQUARTERS GOVAN'S BRIGADE,

July 23, 1864.

Effective total:

1st and 15th Arkansas Regiments............................... 114

2nd and 24th Arkansas Regiments................................ 67

5th and 13th Arkansas Regiments............................... 120

6th and 7th Arkansas Regiments................................ 198

8th and 19th Arkansas Regiments............................... 181

3rd Confederate Regiment....................................... 62

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Total......................................................... 772

G. A. WILLIAMS,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

HEADQUARTERS GOVAN'S BRIGADE,

July 23, 1864.

Number of casualties in the engagement of yesterday:

Killed. Wounded. Missing.

1st and 15th Arkansas Regiments. 15 67 3

2nd and 24th Arkansas Regiments. 13 82 25

5th and 13th Arkansas Regiments. 16 89 7

6th and 7th Arkansas Regiments. 6 45 15

8th and 19th Arkansas Regiments. 32 33 32

3rd Confederate Regiment. 4 5 9

Staff. ... 1 ...

Total. 86 322 91

Grant total, 499

G. A. WILLIAMS,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

(For information of headquarters Cleburne's division.)

Numbers 614.

Report of Colonel Peter V. Green, Fifth Arkansas Infantry, commanding Govan's brigade, of operations August 31 and September 1.

HEADQUARTERS GOVAN'S BRIGADE,

September 5, 1864.

CAPTAIN: In compliance with circular just received, I submit the following report of the action of brigade in the engagement of the 31st of August and 1st of September:

The brigade arrived at Jonesborough on the morning of the 31st of August and went into position about thee-quarters of a mile west of town and parallel with the railroad, where it remained until about 11 a. m., when we were ordered into a position as a support to General Granbury's brigade, then in line of battle a quarter of a mile west of