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fect. Col. Judson, of the Sixth Kansas, and Colonel Phillips, of the Third Cherokee regiment, pursued them in their retreat for a distance of seven miles, skirmishing with their rear, and leaving quite a number of their dead strewn by the way, when their horses becoming exhausted from the long and wearisome march of the night before, they were obliged to give up further pursuit. The rebels, as I have since learned, did not halt in their retreat until they had reached Arkansas River at Fort Gibson, seventy miles from the battle-ground, where they arrived thirty hours after their rout at Old Fort Wayne. The casualties in my command were one killed on the battle-field belonging to the Kansas Second, and nine wounded, and four mortally, since dead, three belonging to the Kansas Second, and one to the Kansas Sixth. Of the enemy's killed and wounded I have been unable to procure a full and accurate statement. About fifty of their dead have been found upon the field and buried by
ell, Va. Union, 99th Pa., 20th Ind., 2d U. S. Sharpshooters. Losses: Union, 20 wounded; Confed., 90 prisoners. September 13, 1864: Lock's Ford, Va. Union, Torbert's Cav.; Confed., Gen. Early's command. Losses: Union, 2 killed, 18 wounded; Confed., 181 captured. September 16, 1864: Sycamore Church, Va. Union, 1st D. C. and 13th Pa. Cav. Losses: Union, 400 killed, wounded, and captured; Confed., 50 killed and wounded. September 16-18, 1864: Fort Gibson, Ind. Ter. Union, 79th U. S. Colored and 2d Kan. Cav. Losses: Union, 38 killed, 48 missing. September 19-22, 1864: Winchester and Fisher's Hill, Va. Union, Sixth, Eighth Corps, and 1st and 2d Divisions of the Nineteenth Corps, Averell's and Torbert's Cav., Maj.-Gen. Phil. Sheridan; Confed., Gen. Jubal Early's command. Losses: Union, 749 killed, 4440 wounded, 357 missing; Confed., 250 killed, 1777 wounded, 2813 captured; Union, Brig.-Gens. Russell and Mulligan ki
est, Fla.36.23 Fort Myers, Fla.56.55 Mt. Vernon Arsenal, Ala.66.14 Huntsville, Ala54.88 Natchez, Miss.53.55 New Orleans, La51.05 Baton Rouge, La60.16 Fort Brown. Texas33.44 Fort Bliss, Texas9.56 Fort Smith, Ark40.36 Washington. Ark54.50 Springdale, Ky.48.58 Marietta, Ohio42.70 Cleveland. Ohio37.61 Detroit. Mich.30.05 Mackinac, Mich.23.96 Richmond, Ind.43.32 Peoria, Ill41.25 Milwaukee, Wis.30.40 Fort Snelling, Minn.25.11 Muscatine, Iowa42.88 St. Louis, Mo.42.18 Fort Gibson, Ind. Ter.36.37 Fort Towson, Ind. Ter.51.08 Fort Leavenworth, Kan.31.74 Fort Kearney, Neb.25.25 Fort Randall, Dak.16.51 Fort Laramic, Wyoming15.16 Fort Massachusetts, Col.17.06 Fort Garland, Col6.11 Fort Craig, New Mexico11.67 Fort Marcy, New Mexico16.65 Fort Defiance, Arizona14.21 Salt Lake, Utah23.85 Fort Bridger, Utah6.12 Sacramento, Cal19.56 San Francisco, Cal21.69 San Diego, Cal9.16 Meadow Valley, Cal57.03 Dalles, Oregon21.74 Fort Hoskins, Oregon66.71 Fort Vancouver,
., 88. Fort Fillmore, N. Mex., I., 350. Fort Fisher, N. C.: III., 20, 293, 325, 327, 340, 342; V., 254; havoc wrought at, by bombardment, V., 265; effects of naval bombardment of, V., 267; Mound battery at, V., 269; VI., 34, 39, 61, 103, 108, 109, 120, 123, 131, 145, 175, 181, 195, 238, 246, 255, 257, 309, 322; guarding supplies at, VIII., 21. Fort Gaines, Mobile Bay. Ala.: III., 328; VI., 250. 253, 256, 322; N. Y. Fifty-fifth, officers at, VIII., 97; IX., 107. Fort Gibson, Ind. Ter., III., 332. Fort Gilmer, Va., III., 323. Fort Gregg, Morris Island, S. C. : V., 151; VI., 313. Fort Gregg, Va.: III., 288, 291, 294; V., 119. Fort Hamilton, New York harbor, V., 137. Fort Harrison, Va.: II., 327; III., 208, 321, 323. Fort Haskell Iii., 282. Fort Hatteras, N. C.: I., 350; VI., 100, 102, 268, 269, 310. Fort Heiman Iv., 163. Fort Hell, Va.: (see also Fort Sedgwick), I., 135; III., 203, 279, 337; X., 213. F