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the enemy and the night march to Woodstock met with no further opposition. The division went into bivouac beyond that town at daylight next morning on ground assigned it by the corps commander. I inclose two lists of casualties, showing the loss of the division on each day. It may be well to add that, notwithstanding the severe lists of casualties on the 19th, there are now but three men missing from the division. I also inclose copies of the reports of my brigade commanders, to which I would respectfully call attention.

The Third Brigade of this division took no part in either action, being on detached duty of Harper's Ferry.

I have the honor to be, major, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

WILLIAM DWIGHT,

Brigadier-General, Commanding.

Major D. S. WALKER,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

[Inclosure No. 1.]

Special field return of the First Division, Nineteenth Army Corps, after the action of September 19, 1864.

Killed. Wounded.

Troops. Office Men. Total. Office Men. Total.

rs. rs.

29th Maine 1 --- 1 --- 25 25

30th 1 1 2 --- 9 9

Massachusetts

153rd New York --- 10 10 4 53 57

114th New --- 20 20 8 16 168

York

116th New --- 9 9 --- 38 38

York

47th --- 1 1 --- 8 8

Pennsylvania

8th Vermont --- 9 9 3 28 31

160th New 2 12 14 3 42 45

York

12th 2 5 7 4 59 63

Connecticut

5th New York --- --- --- --- --- ---

Battery

Total* 6 67 73 22 422 444

Missing. Total casualties.

Troops. Office Men. Total. Office Men. Total.

rs. rs.

29th Maine --- --- --- 1 25 26

30th --- 3 3 1 13 14

Massachusetts

153rd New York --- 15 15 4 78 82

114th New --- 38 38 8 218 226

York

116th New --- 2 2 --- 49 49

York

47th --- 14 14 --- 23 23

Pennsylvania

8th Vermont --- --- --- 3 40 43

160th New --- 5 5 5 62 67

York

12th --- 1 1 6 65 71

Connecticut

5th New York --- --- --- --- --- ---

Battery

Total* --- 78 78 28 573 601

Effective strength next

day.

Troops. Office Men. Total

rs.

29th Maine 17 317 334

30th Massachusetts 15 263 278

153rd New York 21 327 348

114th New York 12 110 122

116th New York 19 328 347

47th Pennsylvania 20 513 533

8th Vermont 21 331 352

160th New York 9 232 241

12th Connecticut 17 362 379

5th New York Battery 3 106 109

Total* 154 2,889 3,043

[Inclosure No. 2.]

Special field return of the First Division, Nineteenth Army Corps, after the action of September 22, 1864.

Killed. Wounded.

Troops. Offic Men. Total Offic Men. Total.

ers. . ers.

29th Maine --- --- --- 1 3 4

30th --- 3 3 1 6 7

Massachusetts

153rd New York --- 1 1 --- 9 9

114th New York --- --- --- --- 3 3

116th New York --- --- --- --- --- ---

47th Pennsylvania --- --- --- 1 3 4

8th Vermont --- --- --- --- 1 1

160th New York --- --- --- --- --- ---

12th Connecticut --- --- --- --- --- ---

5th New York --- --- --- --- 1 1

Battery

Total* --- 4 4 3 26 29

Missing. Total casualties.

Troops. Offic Men. Total Offi Men. Total

ers. . cers .

.

29th Maine --- --- --- 1 3 4

30th --- --- --- 1 9 10

Massachusetts

153rd New York --- --- --- --- 10 10

114th New York --- --- --- --- 3 3

116th New York --- --- --- --- --- ---

47th Pennsylvania --- --- --- 1 3 4

181th Vermont --- --- --- --- 1 1

160th New York --- --- --- --- --- ---

12th Connecticut --- --- --- --- --- ---

5th New York --- --- --- --- 1 1

Battery

Total* --- --- --- 3 30 33

Effective strength next

day.

Troops. Office Men. Total

rs.

29th Maine 16 313 329

30th Massachusetts 15 251 266

153rd New York 28 265 283

114th New York 21 310 331

116th New York 13 160 173

47th Pennsylvania 21 331 352

8th Vermont 20 513 533

160th New York 9 232 241

12th Connecticut 17 362 379

5th New York Battery 3 106 109

Total* 163 2,843 2,996

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*But see revised table, p. 114.

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