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In closing this report I would respectfully ask the attention of the major-general commanding the corps to the gallantry in battle as shown by the success wherever placed and the heavy list of casualties consequent thereon of this command; also, in addition to the regiments and officers specially mentioned in reports of brigade commanders and the commander of the battery, I would make mention for their gallantry and untiring zeal during the operations covered by this report of Brigadier-General Birge, commanding First Brigade; Colonel E. L. Molineux, commanding Second Brigade; Colonel Jacob Sharpe, commanding Third Brigade, at Winchester, where he was severely wounded; Colonel Dan. Macauley, commanding Eleventh Indiana Volunteers, and Third Brigade, after the absence of Colonel Sharpe; Colonel Day, commanding One hundred and thirty-first New York Volunteers; Lieutenant-Colonel Neafie, commanding One hundred and fifty-sixth New York Volunteers; Captain Bradbury, commanding First Maine Battery, and the following-named officers of my staff, viz, Captain Joseph Hibbert, jr., assistant adjutant-general; Major R. McD. Hart, One hundred and fifty-ninth New York Volunteers, acting assistant inspector-general; Captain H. A. Darling, commissary of subsistence; Captain D. H. Finley, Thirteenth Connecticut, mustering officer; Captain Rhoades, Third Massachusetts Cavalry Curtis, provost-marshal; First Lieutenant Parsons, judge-advocate; First Lieutenant T. C. Otis, aide-de-camp.

APPENDIX.

Numerical list of casualties in Second Division, Nineteenth Army Corps, in the engagements at Winchester, Va., September 19, 1864, and Strasburg, Va., September 22, 1864.

Killed Wounded

Troops Officers Men Total Officers Men Total

WINCHESTER,

VA.

First 9 101 110 35 324 359

Brigade

Second 6 57 63 16 332 348

Brigade

Third ....... 40 40 14 201 215

Brigade

Fourth 4 25 29 12 138 150

Brigade

First Maine ....... 2 2 1 5 6

Battery

Total* 19 225 244 78 1,000 1,078

STRASBURG,

VA.

First ....... 3 3 ....... 1 1

Brigade

Second ........ 4 4 ....... 17 17

Brigade

Third ........ 4 4 ....... 14 14

Brigade

Fourth ....... ..... ...... 3 12 15

Brigade

First Maine ........ ..... ...... ....... ..... .....

Battery

Total* ........ 11 11 3 44 47

Grand total 19 236 255 81 1,044 1,125

Missing Total casualties

Troops Officers Men Total Officers Men Total

WINCHESTER,

VA.

First 3 171 174 47 596 643

Brigade

Second 7 212 219 29 601 630

Brigade

Third ....... 29 29 14 270 284

Brigade

Fourth ....... 29 29 16 192 208

Brigade

First Maine ....... ..... ...... 1 7 8

Battery

Total* 10 441 451 107 1,666 1,773

STRASBURG,

VA.

First ....... 2 2 ....... 6 6

Brigade

Second ....... ..... ...... ....... 21 21

Brigade

Third ........ ..... ...... ....... 18 18

Brigade

Fourth ....... ..... ...... 3 12 15

Brigade .

First Maine ....... ..... ...... ....... ..... .....

Battery

Total* ....... 2 2 3 57 60

Grand total 10 443 453 110 1,723 1,833

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*A large number of those above reported as missing are known to have been captured by the enemy on the field.

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I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

C. GORVER,

Brigadier-General, Commanding.

ASSISTANT ADJUTANT-GENERAL,

Headquarters Detachment Nineteenth Army Corps.

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*But see revised tables, pp. 115, 123.

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