War of the Rebellion: Serial 103 Page 0463 WILSON'S RAID - ALABAMA AND GEORGIA.

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[Inclosure.]

Report of casualties in the Second Brigade, Second Division, Cavalry Corps in the action at Selma, Ala., on April 2, 1865.

Killed. Wounded. Missing. Total.

Command. Offi Men Offi Men Offi Men Offi Men

cers cers cers cers

7th 1 1 4 47 - - 5 48

Pennsylvani

a Cavalry

4th - 2 - 1 - - - 3

Michigan

Cavalry

3rd Ohio - - - 8 1 6 1 14

Cavalry

4th Ohio 2 5 1 44 - - 3 49

Cavalry

Total 3 8 5 100 1 6 9 114

ROBT. H. G. MINTY,

Colonel, Commanding Brigade.

Numbers 26. Report of Lieutenant Colonel Horace N. Howland, Third Ohio Cavalry, commanding Second Brigade.

HDQRS. SECOND Brigadier, SECOND DIV., CAVALRY CORPS,

Near Macon, Ga., April 29, 1865

CAPTAIN: Below please find report of number of guns, prisoners, flags, &c., captured by this command, forwarded in compliance with circular from headquarters Second Division, Cavalry Corps, dated April 6, 1865:

Regiment. Prisone Pieces Small- Remarks.

rs of arms.

artille

ry

7th Pennsylvania 215 7 250

Cavalry

4th Michigan 152 - 50 Railroad bridge

Cavalry west of Selma

destroyed April

3.

3rd Ohio Cavalry 40 - -

4th Ohio Cavalry 100 8 - 300 bales

cotton

destroyed near

Selma.

Total 507 15 300

The pieces of artillery mentioned above were captured jointly by Seventh Pennsylvania and Fourth Ohio.

Respectfully,

HORACE N. HOWLAND,

Lieutenant-Colonel, Commanding Brigade.

Captain T. W. SCOTT,

Actg. Asst. Adjt. General, Second Division, Cavalry Corps.

Numbers 27. Reports of Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin D. Pritchard, Fourth Michigan Cavalry, of operations April 2 and 17-18.

HEADQUARTERS FOURTH MICHIGAN CAVALRY,

Selma, Ala., April 5, 1865.

SIR: In compliance with orders from division and brigade headquarters, I have the honor to submit the following as a report of the part