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gade and extended along the front of the two right regiments of that brigade. It was due probably to the nervous condition of the enemy and the dense fog. The truce sent out this morning has expired; all our dead (13 in number) were brought within our lines. The enemy reported the capture of 41 prisoners, which is the number reported by Brigadier-General Wallace.

The following casualties are respectfully submitted: Gracie's brigade, killed, 1; wounded, 3. Elliott's brigade, wounded, 4.

Respectfully, your obedient servant,

B. R. JOHNSON,

Major-General.

Lieutenant MCWILLIE,

Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.

HEADQUARTERS JOHNSON'S DIVISION,

November 9, 1864.

LIEUTENANT: I have nothing new to report this morning. Details are kept at work on Battery Harris, and it will soon be completed.

The following casualties are respectfully submitted: Grecie's brigade, killed, 1; wounded, 1. Elliott's brigade, killed, 1; wounded, 1. Wise's brigade, killed, 1; wounded, 2. Ransom's brigade, killed, 1; wounded, 4 (1 mortally).

Respectfully your obedient servant,

B. R. JOHNSON,

Major-General.

Lieutenant MCWILLIE,

Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.

HEADQUARTERS JOHNSON'S DIVISION,

November 10, 1864.

LIEUTENANT: The firing along the line last night was principally to the right of this division and was confined entirely to the pickets on my front. No particular reason has been assigned for the firing. The division was extended last evening as ordered.

The following casualties are respectfully submitted: Ransom's brigade, wounded, 4. Wise's brigade, wounded, 5. Gracie's brigade, killed, 1; wounded, 3. Elliott's brigade, killed, 1; wounded, 3. Total, killed, 2; wounded, 15.

Respectfully, your obedient servant,

B. R. JOHNSON,

Major-General.

Lieutenant MCWILLIE,

Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.

HEADQUARTERS JOHNSON'S DIVISION,

November 11, 1864.

LIEUTENANT: I have nothing unusual to report this morning. Quite a brisk picket-fire sprang up last night about 8 o'clock, but was to the right of this division. Three deserters from the Seventh New Jersey