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Numbers 3. -Return of casualties in the Union forces.

Numbers 4. -Brigadier General Joseph A. Mower, U. S. Army, commanding First DIVISION.

Numbers 5. -Colonel William L. McMillen, Ninety-fifth OhioInfantry, commanding First Brigade.

Numbers 6. -Captain Benjamin C. Berry, One hundred and fourteenth Illinois Infantry.

Numbers 7. -Captain Charles A. Hubbard, Ninety-THIRD Indiana Infantry.

Numbers 8. -Lieutenant Colonel Samuel P. Jennison, Tenth Minnesota Infantry.

Numbers 9. -Colonel John D. McClure, Fort-seventh Illinois Infantry, commanding Second Brigade.

Numbers 10. -Lieutenant Colonel Josiah F. Marsh, Ninth Minnesota Infantry.

Numbers 11. -Colonel Joseph J. Woods, Twelfth Iowa Infantry, commanding THIRD Brigade.

Numbers 12. -Lieutenant Colonel John H. Stibbs, Twelfth Iowa Infantry.

Numbers 13. -Colonel Sylvester G. Hill, Thirty-fifth Iowa Infantry.

Numbers 14. -Colonel William R. Marshall, Seventh Minnesota Infantry.

Numbers 15. -Lieutenant Colonel William H. Heath, Thirty-THIRD Missouri Infantry.

Numbers 16. -Colonel Lyman M. Ward, Fourteenth Wisconsin Infantry, commanding Fourth Brigade.

Numbers 17. -Lieutenant Orrin W. Cram, commanding detachment Battery E, First Illinois Light Artillery.

Numbers 18. -Colonel David Moore, Twenty-first Missouri Infantry, commanding THIRD DIVISION.

Numbers 19. -Colonel Charles D. Murray, Eighty-ninth Indiana Infantry, commanding First Brigade.

Numbers 20. -Colonel Thomas J. Kinney, One hundred and nineteenth Illinois Infantry.

Numbers 21. -Lieutenant Colonel Edwin Moore, Twenty-first Missouri Infantry.

Numbers 22. -Colonel James I. Gilbert, Twenty-seventh Iowa Infantry, commanding Second Brigade.

Numbers 23. -Surg. Josh E. Sanborn, Twenty-seventh Iowa Infantry, Senior Surgeon Second Brigade.

Numbers 24. -Captain William J. Campbell, Fourteenth Iowa Infantry.

Numbers 25. -Captain Amos M. Haslip, Twenty-seventh Iowa Infantry.

Numbers 26. -Major Jonathan Hutchison, Thirty-second Iowa Infantry.

Numbers 27. -Major Robert W. Fyan, Twenty-fourth Missouri Infantry.

Numbers 28. -Lieutenant Richard Burns, THIRD Indiana Battery.

Numbers 29. -Colonel Edward H. Wolfe, FIFTY-second Indiana Infantry, commanding THIRD Brigade, including attack on train near La Fayette, Tenn., June 23.

Numbers 30. -Colonel Risdon M. Moore, One hundred and seventeenth Illinois Infantry.

Numbers 31. -Lieutenant Colonel Zalmon S. Main, FIFTY-second Indiana Infantry.

Numbers 32. -Captain George F. Young, One hundred and seventy- eighth New York Infantry.

Numbers 33. -Lieutenant John W. Lowell, Battery G, Second Illinois Light Artillery.

Numbers 34. -Colonel Edward Bouton, FIFTY-ninth U. S. Colored Infantry, commanding First Brigade, U. S. Colored Troops.

Numbers 35. -Brigadier General Benjamin H. Grierson, U. S. Army, commanding Cavalry DIVISION.

Numbers 36. -Colonel Edward F. Winslow, Fourth Iowa Cavalry, commanding Second Brigade.

Numbers 37. -Colonel John W. Noble, THIRD Iowa Cavalry.

Numbers 38. -Lieutenant Colonel John H. Peters, Fourth Iowa Cavalry.

Numbers 39. -Major Martin H. Williams, Tenth Missouri Cavalry.

Numbers 40. -Colonel Datus E. Coon, Second Iowa Cavalry, commanding THIRD Brigade.

Numbers 41. -Lieutenant Colonel Henry B. Burgh, Ninth Illinois Cavalry.

Numbers 42. -Major Charles C. Horton, Second Iowa Cavalry.

Numbers 43. -Colonel Thomas P. Herrick, Seventh Kansas Cavalry (unattached).

Numbers 44. -Lieutenant General Stephen D. Lee, C. S. Army, commanding Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana.