War of the Rebellion: Serial 077 Page 0027 Chapter LI. MORGAN'S RAID INTO Kentucky.

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List of casualties.

Brigade. Killed. Wounded. Missing. a

Colonel Hansom's brigade 24 107 191

Colonel Mims' brigade 7 25 ---

Colonel Brown's brigade 20 11 10

Colonel Garrard's brigade 2 13 4

Total 53 156 205

a Many of the missing have since returned to their regiments.

ADDENDA.

GENERAL ORDERS,

HDQRS. DISTRICT OF Kentucky AND

FIFTH DIVISION, 23rd ARMY CORPS, No. 46.

Lexington, June 14, 1864.

The following dispatches are published for the information of the officers and men engaged in the recent campaign:

WASHINGTON, June 14, 1864.

General BURBRIDGE:

Have just received your dispatch of action at Cynthiana. Please accept my congratulation and thanks for yourself and command.

A. LINCOLN.

WASHINGTON, June 14, 1864.

General BURBRIDGE:

Please accept for your gallant command the thanks of this Department for the brave and successful operations of the last six days in Kentucky, achievements of valor, energy, and success that will be regarded with admiration by all loyal people of the United States.

E. M. STANTON.

By command of Brigadier-General Burbridge:

J. BATES DICKSON,

Captain and Assistant Adjutant-General.

HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE OHIO, In the Field, June 14, 1864.

Brigadier-General BURBRIDGE, Lexington:

Your dispatch of yesterday announcing your rapid pursuit and complete victory over Morgan is received. Most heartily I congratulate you and your command, and thank you for your efficient service.

J. M. SCHOFIELD,

Major-General.

No. 2. Report of Captain J. Bates Dickson, Assistant Adjutant- General, U. S. Army.

HEADQUARTERS DISTRICT OF Kentucky, June 14, 1864.

DEAR SIR: The general commanding directs me to communicate to you an account of the operations of his command during the past few weeks. In accordance with instructions from Major-General Schofield an expedition against the rebel force in Western Virginia, threatening the State, was planned during last month.