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Return of Casualties in the Union Forces-Continued.

NEW YORK.

Captain James M. McKeel, 4th Heavy Artillery.

Lieutenant Frank L. Burdick, 4th Heavy Artillery.

Lieutenant Ichabod P. Flannagan, 4th Heavy Artillery.

Major Edward A. Springsteed, 7th Heavy Artillery.

Captain James Kennedy, 7th Heavy Artillery.

Captain Nathaniel Wright, 7th Heavy Artillery.

Captain James Maginnis, 8th Heavy Artillery.

Lieutenant Charles H. West, 8th Heavy Artillery.

Lieutenant Henry D. Brower, 12th Battery.

Captain Theodore F. Rich, 39th Infantry.

Captain Edward Pelouze, 155th Infantry.

Major John B. Donnelly, 170th Infantry.

Captain James H. Keeley, 170th Infantry.

Captain Francis Welpley, 182nd Infantry.

Lieutenant Daniel Sweeny, 182nd Infantry.

PENNSYLVANIA.

Captain Frank H. Parke, 4th Cavalry.

Lieutenant Henry B. Neilson, 11th Cavalry.

Lieutenant Emanuel C. Hoover, 81st Infantry.

Lieutenant Peter McGeen, 81st Infantry.

Captain Garrett Nowlen, 116th Infantry.

Captain Samuel Taggart, 116th Infantry.

Lieutenant David G. Ralston, 148th Infantry.

OHIO.

Lieutenant George W. Cruikshank, 4th Infantry.

U. S. VOLUNTEERS.

Captain Edward P. Brownson, aide-de-camp.

WEST VIRGINIA.

Captain Eli C. Henthorn, 7th Infantry.

WISCONSIN.

Lieutenant Henry B. Ginty, 36th Infantry.

General summary of Casualties in the Union Forces operating against Richmond, Va., under Lieutenant General U. S. Grant, during the month of August, 1864.

Captured

or

Killed. Wounded. missing.

Command. Officers Men Officers Men Officers Men Aggregate

ARMY OF THE

POTOMAC.

Major General

GEORGE G. MEADE

Engineer Brigade - -- -- 2 -- -- 2

(Benham)

Artillery (Hunt) - -- -- 4 -- -- 4

Second Army Corps 31 180 92 920 93 2,361 3,677

(Hancock)

Fifth Army Corps 19 180 81 838 103 2,699 3,920

(Warren)

Ninth Army Corps 6 98 37 445 5 238 829

(Burnside and

Parke)

Cavalry (Gregg) 2 47 18 192 5 93 357

Total Army of the 58 505 228 2,401 206 5,391 8,789

Potomac

ARMY OF THE JAMES.

Major General

BENJAMIN

F. BUTLER.

Tenth Army Corps 18 218 85 1,163 9 318 1,811

(Birney)

Eighteenth Army 7 54 9 192 -- 21 283

Corps (Ord)

Engineers and Siege - 2 2 14 -- -- 18

Artillery (Serrell

and Abbot)

Cavalry (Kautz) 2 13 2 57 2 22 98

Total Army of the 27 287 98 1,426 11 361 2,210

James

Grand total 85 792 326 3,827 217 5,752 10,999