d officers and twenty-four enlisted men; total, two commissioned officers and thirty enlisted men. Died of disease, one enlisted man. J. T. Forman, Captain Commanding Regiment. Station: in the field, Georgia. Date: December 18, 1864.
Report of Government property lost and captured since November fourteenth, 1864, of Second regiment, Kentucky cavalry:
Horses: abandoned, one hundred and forty-two; lost in action, thirty-eight; captured and foraged, one hundred and twenty-four.
Arms: Spencer rifles and carbines, twenty-six; Sharpe's carbines, three;--fifteen; pistols — Colt's navy, eleven; Colt's army, nine; sabres, sixty-one.
Horse-equipments: saddles, fifty; bridles fifty; halters, fifty; blankets, fifty. J. T. Forman, Captain Second Kentucky Cavalry, Commanding Regiment. Station, in the field, Georgia. Date, December 18, 1864.
Lieutenant-Colonel King's Report.
headquarters Third Kentucky cavalry, near Savannah, Ga., December 16, 1864. Captain James Beggs, Acting A