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without further change. This division was commanded, successively, by Generals Brooks, Wright, Russell, and Wheaton; the brigade by Generals Russell, Eustis, and Edwards. One Hundred and Twenty-First Pennsylvania Infantry. Rowley's Brigade — Doubleday's Division--First Corps. (1) Col. Chapman Biddle. (2) Col. Alexande, and 47 missing; total, 363. Colonel Morrow, in his report, states the loss at 79 killed, 237 wounded, and about 83 missing. The nominal list handed in by Captain Edwards after the battle shows 363 casualties, but divided differently from the above. Fully one-half of the missing ones were killed or wounded, Eight officers were Virginia; Colonel Morrow was severely wounded, and the casualties amounted to 14 killed, 48 wounded, and 42 missing or captured. Under command of Lieutenant-Colonel Albert M. Edwards, it was under fire at Spotsylvania in the various engagements near that place, sustaining a loss of 20 killed, 39 wounded, and 1 missing. The regim<