Fourteenth army corps, I beg leave to make the following report of casualties in regiments composing the Third brigade, First division, Fourteenth army corps, from October third, 1864, up to and including the fall of Savannah, Georgia, December twenty-first, 1864:
Killed.Wounded.Prisoners of War.Total.
Headq'rs 3d Brigade,Lieut.-Col. D. Miles,
21st Ohio Vol. Inf.,Lt.-Col. A. McMahan,211417
38th Ind. Vol. Inf.,Captain J. H. Low, 22
74th Ohio Vol. Inf.s eight men wounded, three of whom afterward died.
The list of casualties by name is appended.
List of wounded in Third division, Fourteenth army corps, on the campaign from Kingston, Georgia, November 12th, 1864, to savannah, Georgia, December 21st, 1864.
No.Name.Rank.Company.Regiment.Seat of Injury.Nature of Injury.Date of Death.
1.Ragan, Patrick,Private,G,17th Ohio,Face,Gunshot.
2.Ferret, Henry N.,Musician,1st Brig.,Band,Chest,Gunshot.
3.Forbes, John,Private,K,31st Ohio,Ches
mpaign just closed.
expenditure of ammunition.
Case Shot.Fuse Shell.Perc.
294762138December 12, 1864.
13 13December 18, 1864.
3 3December 19, 1864.
10121032December 20, 1864.
9413December 21, 1864.
All of which is respectfully submitted. Charles E. Winegar, Captain First New-York Artillery.
headquarters battery I, First New-York artillery, Savannah, Ga., December 25, 1864. Lieutenant W. H. Mickle, Acting A pontoon-bridge from Argyle Island to the main South-Carolina shore.
Worked all night boating my material to the point, and had the bridge half completed, when orders were received to take it up and march into Savannah on the morning, December twenty-first, 1864.
My command, consisting of about nine hundred men and six hundred mules, started from Atlanta with four days forage and twenty days rations.
My men and mules lived well throughout the whole campaign, and had been in Savannah severa