War of the Rebellion: Serial 103 Page 0483 WILSON'S RAID - ALABAMA AND GEORGIA.

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who, when his company reached the bridge at Columbus, gallantly led it over and immediately upon a rebel battery of two guns while completely surrounded by the enemy. The rank of first lieutenant by brevet upon Loyd H. Dillon, second lieutenant Company C, Fourth Iowa Cavalry, who has repeatedly acted in the most gallant manner. He was very severely wounded at Guntown June 10, 1864. At Selma he led his company, which he was commanding, upon the enemy, killing several with his pistol and saber. At Columbus he was among the first men to rush upon the enemy had over the bridge into the city. I desire to remark the attention to duty and the valuable aid given me by each member of my staff, and respectfully call your attention to the subjoined table of condition of this command, and to the lists of killed and wounded in each regiment.

Your obedient servant,

E. F. WINSLOW,

Brevet Brigadier-General, Commanding.

Major JAMES W. LATTA,

Asst. Adjt. General, Fourth Division, Cavalry Corps,

Military Division of the Mississippi.

Recapitulation.*

Killed. Wounded. Missing.

Regiment Off Men Tot Off Men Tota Off Men Tot Aggre

ice al ice l ice al gate

rs rs rs

3rd Iowa 1 3 4 2 37 39 - 3 3 46

4th Iowa 1 2 3 - 22 22 - - - 25

10th - 1 1 - 4 4 - 6 6 11

Missouri

Total 2 6 8 2 63 65 - 9 9 82

Strength at starting and at present time.

Third Iowa. Fourth Iowa.

Officer Men Officer Men

s s

Strength on leaving 42 906 41 831

Chickasaw.

Gained by enlistment by - - - -

the way.

Killed during expedition. 1 3 1 2

Died of wounds and - 2 - -

disease.

Missing. - 3 - -

Left in hospitals on the 1 23 - 7

way.

Present with command. 35 810 30 666

Present detached. 5 65 10 156

Tenth Missouri Total

Offi Men Offic Men Aggreg

cers ers ate.

Strength on leaving 27 528 110 2,265 2,375

Chickasaw.

Gained by enlistment by - 11 - 11 11

the way.

Killed during expedition. - 1 2 6 8

Died of wounds and - - - 2 2

disease.

Missing. - 6 - 9 9

Left in hospitals on the 1 3 2 33 35

way.

Present with command. 26 494 91 1,970 2,061

Present detached. - 35 15 256 271

SELMA, ALA., April 9, 1865

MAJOR: I have the honor to submit the following statement concerning the destruction of public property captured and found at this place:

In obedience to orders from the brevet major-general commanding corps, I assumed the command of the city on Monday, the 3rd instant, and commenced destroying everything which could be of benefit to the

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*Nominal list omitted.

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