The following are the list of casualties, all being wounded: Corpl. A. J. Close, Private Thomas McClelland, Private John D. Toomey, Private Charles Holyland, Private William H. Tinsley, Private James B. Appleton, Private George Gackenheimer, Private E. C. Field, probbly mortally; also one horse wounded.
I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant,
TRUMBULL D. GRIFFIN,
Lieutenant, Commanding Detachment.
A. C. FENNER,
Actg. Asst. Adjt. General, 2nd Brigadier, 4th Div., 16th Army Corps.
Report of Captain Cuthbert H. Slocomb, Fifth Company, Battalion Washington Artillery, of operations May 8-29.
HDQRS. FIFTH COMPANY, BATTLN. WASHINGTON ARTY.,
In the Field, near Dallas, May 29, 1864.
MAJOR: In accordance with circular to this date I have the honor to submit the following condensed report of the action of my battery since May 8, 1864:
Date. Place. Killed. Wounded. Total.
May 14, 1864. Resaca. 2 8 10
May 15, 1864. do. 1 ... 1
May 26, 1864. Dallas. ... 1 1
May 28, 1864. do. 3 4 7
Total. ... 6 13 19
I have expended 198 rounds of ammunition. Two of my guns, being disabled at Resaca, were shipped to Atlanta. Both were subsequently replaced by two others, one of which was disabled yesterday and has also been sent to Atlanta. I have been opposed to the enemy's 20-pounder Parrott batteries, and though my loss has been severe, I have good reason to believe that theirs has also been very heavy.
C. H. SLOCOMB,
Captain, Commanding Battery.
JUNE 24-AUGUST 20, 1864.-Operations in the District of Northern Alabama.
Report of Lieutenant Colonel William F. Prosser, Second Tennessee Cavalry, commanding brigade, of operations August 8-13.*
HDQRS. FIRST BRIGADE, FOURTH CAVALRY DIVISION,
Decatur, Ala., August 14, 1864.
SIR: I have the honor, very respectfully, to submit the following report of the operations of a portion of my command during the past five days:
On the 8th instant I received orers from the headquarters of the Northern District of Alabama to proceed in the direction of Courtland
*See also VOL. XXXIX, Part I, p. 239.