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Return of Casualties in the Union Forces-Continued.

DEEP BOTTOM (OR DARBYTOWN, STRAWBERRY PLAINS AND NEW MARKET ROAD),

VA., JULY 27-29, 1864-Continued.

RECAPITULATION. Captured

Killed Wounded or missing.

Command. Offi Men. Offi Men Off Men. Agg

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Second Army Corps - 26 8 101 4 49 188

Tenth Army Corps 1 4 4 47 - - 56

(detachment)

Nineteenth Army - 1 - - - - 1

Corps (detachment)

Cavalry Corps - 30 12 168 1 32 243

Grand total 1 61 24 316 5 81 488

Officers killed or mortally wounded.-Lieutenant Thomas Clark, 40th New York; Captain William Richardson, 100th New York, and Lieutenant Lockwood Caughey, 16th Pennsylvania Cavalry.

ASSAULT AT "THE CRATER," NEAR PETERSBURG, VA., JULY 30, 1864.

Captured

Killed Wounded or missing.

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NINTH ARMY CORPS

Major General

AMBROSE E. BURNSIDE

ESCORT

3rd New Jersey - - - - - - -

Cavalry, Companies A

and E

PROVOST GUARD.

8th U. S. Infantry. - - - - - - -

FIRST DIVISION.

Brigadier General

JAMES H. LEDLIE.

First Brigade.

Brigadier General

WILLIAM F.

BARTLETT.*

Lieutenant Colonel

JOSEPH H. BARNES.

Staff - - - - 2 - 2

21st Massachusetts. - 2 4 10 - 7 23

29th Massachusetts. - 2 1 6 - 6 15

56th Massachusetts. - 4 3 18 2 23 50

57th Massachusetts. 3 1 2 14 1 30 51

59th Massachusetts. 2 4 2 17 3 46 74

100th Pennsylvania 3 7 3 25 1 29 68

Total First Brigade 8 20 15 90 9 141 283

Second Brigade

Colonel ELISHA G.

MARSHALL.*

Lieutenant Colonel

GILBERT P. ROBINSON.

3rd Maryland - 3 - 7 - 16 26

(battalion)

14th New York Heavy 1 9 2 42 3 75 132

Artillery.

179th New York 2 3 2 18 - 31 56

2nd Pennsylvania - 9 2 33 6 66 116

Provisional Heavy

Artillery.

Total Second 3 24 6 100 9 188 330

Brigade

Acting Engineers.

35th Massachusetts. 1 9 3 25 1 2 41

Total First 12 53 24 215 19 331 654

Division.

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*Captured.

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