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General summary of Casualties in the Union Forces, &c.-Continued.

Captured

or

Killed. Wounded. missing.

Command. Off Men Off Men Of Men Aggre

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ENGINEERS.

Major FREDERICK E.

GRAEF.

1st New York (eight - - - - - - -

companies)

SIEGE ARTILLERY.

Colonel HENRY L.

ABBOT.

1st Connecticut 1 3 1 18 - - 23

Heavy

13th New York Heavy, - - - - - - -

Companies A and H

3rd Pennsylvania - - - - - - -

Heavy, Company M

Total Siege 1 3 1 18 - - 23

Artillery

CAVALRY.

Brigadier General

AUGUST V. KAUTZ.

First Brigade.

Colonel ROBERT M.

WEST.

3rd New York - - - - - - -

5th Pennsylvania - - - - - - -

Total First Brigade - - - 3 - - 3

Second Brigade.

Colonel SAMUEL P.

SPEAR.

1st District of - - - - - - -

Columbia

11th Pennsylvania - - - - - - -

Total Second Brigade - - 1 - - - 1

Artillery

Wisconsin Light, 4th - - - - - - -

Battery

Total Cavalry - - 1 3 - - 4

PONTONIERS.

Captain JOHN

PICKERING, jr.

Massachusetts Heavy - - - - - - -

Artillery, 132th

Company

UNATTACHED.

1st Pennsylvania - - - - - - -

Light Artillery,

Battery A

10th U. S. Colored - - - - - - -

Troops

36th U. S. Colored - - - - - - -

Troops

38th U. S. Colored - - - - - - -

Troops

Total Army of the 10 230 36 1,078 2 65 1,421

James

RECAPITULATION.

Army of the 56 619 185 2,509 89 1,488 4,946

Potomac

Army of the 10 230 36 1,078 2 65 1,421

James

Grand total 66 849 221 3,587 91 1,553 6,367