War of the Rebellion: Serial 103 Page 0103 THE MOBILE CAMPAIGN.

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[Inclosure Numbers 1.] Statement of rebel flags captured by the U. S. forces (Army and Division of West Mississippi) during the operations against the city of Mobile.

Rank and Company. Regiment. Where When

name of captured. captured.

captor.

Lieutenant --- 97th Blakely, April 9,

Colonel Illinois. Ala. 1865.

Victor

Vifquain.

Captain H. 119th ...do...... Do.

Samuel Illinois.

McConnel.

Captain B. 8th ...do...... Do.

Henry A. Illinois.

Miller.

First A. 83rd Ohio. ...do...... Do.

Sergt.

Joseph

Stickels.

Sergt. B. 119th ...do...... Do.

George F. Illinois.

Rebman.

Sergt. K. 8th Iowa. Spanish April 8,

Edgar A. Fort. 1865.

Bras.

Private B. 122nd Blakely April 9,

John H. Illinois. fort. 1865.

Callahan.

Private F. 119th ...do...... do.

John Illinois.

Whitmore.

Private D. 1st Near April 4,

Thomas Louisiana Blakely 1865.

Riley. Cavalry. Ford.

Three --- --- --- April 9,

flags 1865.

found by

men of the

Third

Division,

Sixteenth

Army

Corps,

after the

capture of

Spanish

Fort.

NOTE.- Two other flags captured by General Lucas' command in the operations about Mobile have not been received.

ED. R. S. CANBY,

Major-General, Commanding.

HDQRS. ARMY AND DIVISION OF WEST MISSISSIPPI,

Mobile, Ala., May 7, 1865.

[Inclosure Numbers 2.] Consolidated report of casualties from March 25 to April 10, 1865.

Killed. Wounded.

Thirteenth Army Corps. 80 531

Sixteenth Army Corps. 66 448

Hawkins' colored division. 48 323

Lucas' cavalry brigade. 4 8

Total. 198 1.310

ED. R. S. CANBY,

Major-General, Commanding.

HDQRS. ARMY AND DIVISION OF WEST MISSISSIPPI,

Mobile, Ala., May 11, 1865.

WAR DEPARTMENT,

Washington, May 16, 1865.

Major General E. R. S. CANBY,

Commanding, &c., Mobile:

GENERAL: Suitable acknowledgment of the great services rendered to the country by your command has been delayed because when the intelligence reached Washington the public mind was overwhelmed with grief for the loss of their great and good President, Abraham Lincoln, and filled with horror at the atrocity of the crime that cut him

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*But see revised statement, p. 115.

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