For Kershaw's Division there is no September report.
Returns August 30th, 3,445.
Losses: Humphrey's Brigade, at Berryville, Septembr 3d, 148; Bryan, 30; Connor, October 13th, at Cedar Creek Crossing, 182.
These deducted leave for Kershaw 3,085.
Early's total infantry and artillery at Cedar Creek, 12,780.
This probably includes the missing.
Humphrey's, 117 killed and wounded, 67 missing; most of the missing were killed or wounded.
The brigades were all small.
Connor had about 1,250 officers and men in line; Simms about 600, and Humphreys about 500.
It will be readily seen that their casualties, while not extraordinarily heavolute spirit on the left.
Where the Mississippi brigade stood, the fighting was at close quarters, and on the field in our front the dead and wounded lay thick.
Connor's South Carolina brigade was on our left, and the report of its commander, Major James M. Goggin, reads:
Soon after this the enemy made an attack on Humphrey's