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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 11. (ed. Frank Moore) 12 0 Browse Search
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d, wounded; Lieutenant Riggs, wounded; Lieutenant Rennine, wounded; Lieutenant Tinson, killed; Lieutenant Mosier, slight. Major Riker, One Hundred and Twenty-fifth Illinois, severe; Captain Young, Fifty-fifth Illinois, slight; Lieutenant Collins, One Hundred and Tenth Illinois, severe. Mitchell's Ohio brigade, one hundred and fifty, including Adjutant Reeves, Ninety-seventh Ohio, killed; Captain Black, Seventy eighth Illinois, wounded; Lieutenant Long, Seventy-eighth Illinois, killed; Major Green, Seventy-eighth Illinois, wounded; Lieutenant Fuller, Thirty-fourth Illinois, wounded; Lieutenant Garver, Ninety-eighth Ohio, wounded. Este's brigade, which relieved the regular brigade, lost a few. Our loss in the Fourteenth corps will, therefore, be about one thousand one hundred and twenty-five, a very small proportion of whom were killed. Morgan and Carlin handled their commands with consummate skill, and deserve to share with the brave fighter, Davis, a share of the honor of th
rk, having killed rebel Captain Christopher and one man. Twelfth. Captain Gill, Third Arkansas cavalry volunteers, returned to Lewisburg, having had a fight with Captain Adams' company on the Arkansas river, near Petit Jean, in which he killed two and wounded several of the enemy. Fourteenth. A battalion of the Fourth Arkansas cavalry returned from scout through Saline, Hot Springs, and Montgomery counties. Fought with small bands of the enemy daily until arriving at Farr's Mill. Captain Green, with twenty-five men of this battalion, engaged Crook's and Crawford's companies, numbering about a hundred men, drove them, and killed four and wounded six of the enemy, without a single accident happening to his men. The battalion lost during the expedition one private killed, Captain Guinn and Lieutenant Spirr and six privates wounded, and three men missing. Seventeenth. Lieutenant Williams, Third Arkansas cavalry, returned to Lewisburg from scout to Norristown, Dover, &c., hav
In the morning the error was discovered, and we were again ordered forward to occupy our old position. The enemy had done all in his power to strengthen his position during our absence, and fought us with great stubbornness. The First division had the left, and the Second the right and centre. Both sides fought dismounted, in consequence of the dense timber. It was the hardest fight we had yet had, but our men were determined to win. The rebel loss of officers was very heavy. Colonel Green, of the Sixth Virginia, was killed, and also Colonel Collins, of Philadelphia, who graduated at West Point four years ago, and took sides with the South. There were many of our regular officers present who had known him intimately. They buried him and marked the place of his interment. The losses of the First New York dragoons, Sixth Pennsylvania, and First regular cavalry were quite heavy. Here, also, the gallant Captain Joseph P. Ash, of the Fifth United States, was killed. He d
    Seventh Division         No report.             Total 18 19 5 23 18   187 467 176 180 7 705 Brigadier-General Eli Long wounded, Selma, April, 1865. C. L. Green, Major and Provost Marshal C. C., M. D. M. Office Provost Marshal C. C., M. D. M., Macon, Ga., June 28, 1865. Consolidated report of Confederate prisoners rtt 225 Eufala. May. General Fry, C. S. A. 2,181 Augusta, Ga. April. Total 59,878     Commissioned officers 6,134 Enlisted men 53,744   Total 59,878 C. L. Green, Major and Provost Marshal C. C., M. D. M. Office Provost Marshal C. C., M. D. M., Macon, Ga., June 28, 1865. Consolidated report of cotton destroyed by cav by the Cavalry Command after the place was taken. 10,000 On the line of march. Destroyed by the Cavalry Command, 255,000   Total number of bales destroyed. C. L. Green, Major and Provost Marshal C. C., M. D. M. Office Provost Marshal cavalry corps, M. D. M., Macon, Ga., June 28, 1865. Official despatches. [