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orders and arranging the troops to meet the repeated attacks of the enemy, and for their coolness and bravery during the entire movement.

At 3 p. m. April 3 I marched with my division, supplied with rations, ammunition, &c., through Petersburg toward Burkeville along the line of the South side Railroad, as guard to the wagon train of the army. This division moved as far as Nottoway Court-House, which point it reached April 8, and guarded different points along the line of the railroad. No active part was taken with the enemy after April 3. I respectfully invite attention to the accompanying reports of brigade commanders.

A tabular list of casualties is appended to this report.

All of which is respectfully submitted.

JOHN F. HARTRANFT,

Brevet Major-General, Commanding.

Bvt. Lieutenant Colonel JOHN D. BERTOLETTE,

Assistant Adjutant-General, Ninth Army Corps.

Tabular statement.

Killed. Wounded. Missing.

Command. Officers Men Officers Men Officers

Division ...... ...... 1 ....... .....

staff

First

Brigade

200th ...... 2 1 33 ......

Pennsylvania

Volunteers

208th ....... 7 1 38 ......

Pennsyvlania

Volunteers

209th 1 6 3 49 ......

Pennsylvania

Volunteers

Total First 1 15 5 120 ......

Brigade

Second

Brigade

205th 2 22 6 91 ......

Pennsylvania

Volunteers

207th ....... 37 10 130 1

Pennsylvania

Volunteers

211th 4 17 4 89 .......

Pennsylvania

Volunteers

Total Second 6 76 20 310 1

Brigade

First 1 24 12 140 ......

Brigade,

First

Division

Grand total 8 115 38 570 1

Total.

Command. Men. Officers Men. Aggregate.

Division ..... 1 ....... 1

staff

First

Brigade

200th 3 1 38 39

Pennsylvania

Volunteers

208th 1 1 46 47

Pennsyvlania

Volunteers

209th 3 4 58 62

Pennsylvania

Volunteers

Total First 7 6 142 148

Brigade

Second

Brigade

205th 5 8 118 120

Pennsylvania

Volunteers

207th 7 11 174 185

Pennsylvania

Volunteers

207th 21 8 127 135

Pennsylvania

Volunteers

Total Second 33 27 419 446

Brigade

First 7 13 171 184

Brigade,

First

Division

Grand total 47 47 732 779

ADDENDA.

HEADQUARTERS THIRD DIVISION, NINTH ARMY CORPS,

April 3, 1865.

COLONEL: I have the honor to transmit herewith two battle-flags captured by the Two hundred and eleventh Pennsylvania Volunteers, of this command in the assault of yesterday. The white flag belonged to the Forty-fifth North Carolina, the other to Sixty-first Alabama. Captured, respectively, by A. D. Harman, Company K, and John C. Ewing, Company E, two hundred and eleventh Pennsylvania.

Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

JNO. D. BERTOLETTE,

Assistant Adjutant-General.