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as promptly recovered, and buried at Camp Sibley, near the Big Mound. The scouts who were with Lieutenant Freeman and Mr. Brackett did not give themselves up to the hostile Indians, but made their way, minus horses, directly to camp. Lieutenant Frede of the hill, about the time the battle began on the west side. The scouts gave the same account of the affair that Mr. Brackett did. Search was made that evening for Mr. Brackett, but he could not be tracked on the dry prairie. The following iMr. Brackett, but he could not be tracked on the dry prairie. The following is the official list of the killed and wounded, as reported by Medical Director Wharton: The Killed. Surgeon J. S. Weiser, First Minnesota mounted rangers. Private Gustaf Stark, Company B, First Minnesota mounted rangers. Private Nicholas Milthe name of Lieutenant Freeman, Company D, First Minnesota mounted rangers, who was killed in the affair from which Mr. Brackett had such a narrow escape. Private John Murphy, First Minnesota mounted rangers, killed by ligntning. Wounded.