of my command are — killed, twenty-three; wounded, one hundred and thirty-nine; missing, fifty-eight.
Total, two hundred and twenty.
Many of the wounds, probably one half, are slight.
Among those taken prisoners are Capt. Hungate and Quartermaster Adams, of the Fiftieth Indiana, and Lieut. D. S. Scott, of the Eleventh Illinois cavalry, acting temporarily as my aid. Capt. Hungate had been very unwell for two or three days, but had, with great resolution, kept with his company.
The night previous he became, and continued, very sick, and was with the assistant surgeon of his regiment, who, in the rear, had established his headquarters.
Lieut. Adams was assisting in arranging the hospital and in making provision for the wounded already being brought in. They, and also the Assistant Surgeon, Hervey, and the hospital steward, were captured by the enemy's cavalry in the charge upon our rear.
Dr. Hervey and the hospital steward were detained two hours, our wounded, in the mean time,