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uckner, however, considered it the key to his position, which it probably was. The loss of Lauman's brigade, exclusive of the Fifty-second Indiana, temporarily attached and not reported, was 61 killed and 321 wounded; the Second Iowa alone lost 198 men. In five Federal brigades, reported, out of ten, the loss during the siege was 1,403 men. Badeau, speaking of Grant, says: His entire losses during the siege were 2,041 in killed, wounded, and missing; of these, 425 were killed. Medical Director Brinton says the loss, as stated officially, amounted to 400 killed and 1,785 wounded. Medical and surgical history of the War, Part I., med. volume, Appendix, p. 28. If to these are added the 300 prisoners captured and sent to Nashville by the Confederates, the loss would amount to over 2,500, inclusive of the fleet-fifty-six more. In the subsequent confusion it was difficult to obtain accurate data of the Confederate loss, in killed and wounded, during the siege. Floyd estimated i