War of the Rebellion: Serial 087 Page 0116 OPERATIONS IN SE.VA. AND N.C. Chapter LIV.

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[December.]-The brigade has performed picket duty during the month on the line designated by the division commander.

December 10.-In the morning the enemy made their appearance in front of the line, and after a slight skirmish was driven away; all quiet since.

Third Brigade.

October 13.-The brigade marched out to the Darbytown road, where they became engaged with the enemy and where they suffered a loss of 24 killed and wounded.

October 27.-The brigade marched out to the Charles City and Williamsburg roads, and returned with a loss one officer wounded, Captain J. K. Buckley, Company C, First Maryland Cavalry, shout through the head.

No. 7. Return of Casualties in the Union Forces.*

[Compiled from nominal lists of casualties, returns, &c.]

DEEP BOTTOM, VA., AUGUST 13-20, 1864.

Captured

or

Killed. Wounded. missing.

Command. Officers Men Officers Men Officers Men Aggregate

SECOND ARMY CORPS.

Major General WINFIELD

S. HANCOCK.+

ESCORT.

1st Vermont Cavalry, -- -- -- -- -- -- --

Company M

FIRST DIVISION.

Brigadier General

FRANCIS C. BARLOW.++

Brigadier General NELSON

A. MILES.

First Brigade.

Brigadier General NELSON

A. MILES.

Colonel JAMES C. LYNCH.

28th Massachusetts 1 3 -- 18 -- 22 44

26th Michigan -- 3 1 14 2 18 38

5th New Hampshire -- 2 -- 4 -- 9 15

2nd New York Heavy 1 3 3 36 -- 17 60

Artillery

4th New York Heavy -- 3 1 15 -- -- 19

Artillery

61st New York -- 2 -- 5 -- 7 14

81st Pennsylvania -- 1 1 5 -- 4 11

140th Pennsylvania -- 1 -- 9 -- 4 14

183rd Pennsylvania -- 1 -- 10 2 46 59

Total First Brigade 2 19 6 116 4 127 274

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*All organizations participating in the operations are included in this table.

+Also in command of all the troops engaged.

++In command of the First and Second Division; sick from August 17.

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