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the train, and hurled the raiders back on the road to Georgia, with a loss of 41 killed or wounded and 123 prisoners. We lost but 16.
Gen. S. D. Sturgis, commanding our advance east of Knoxville, had a fight
Dec. 29. at Mossy creek, near Newmarket, with a Rebel force reported by him at 6,000, led by Martin Armstrong and John Morgan; wherein the Rebels were worsted.
Our loss was 18 killed, 82 wounded. Sturgis reports the enemy's at 250 to 400; saying that he buried 22 of their dead and tth 100 of his men.
Sturgis had several further collisions
Jan. 16-28. with the Rebel cavalry under Martin and Morgan, wherein he claimed the advantage, with a superior loss inflicted on the enemy ; but, as he began them near Dandridge and Newmarket, and left off at Maryville — some 30 miles farther back — it is not safe to credit his estimates of the respective losses.
He claims to have taken 150 prisoners in a cavalry fight near Seviersville; another account says he lost 200 when the Re
Spring, Ky.. 42.
Mission Ridge, Tenn., 441.
Mobile Bay, Ala., 651.
Murfreesboroa (or Stone River), Tenn., 273.
Nashville, Tenn., 273.
Newbern, N. C., 78.
Newmarket. Va., 599.
Olustee, Florida, 531.
Opequan Creek, Va., 608.
Peach-tree Cr'k, Tenn., 631.
Pea Ridge, Ark., 27.
Perryville, Ky., 21aylor, 337.
Breckinridge, Gen. John C., 60, 61; defeated at Baton Rouge, La.. 102,103-4; his charge at Stone River, 279; at Chickamauga, 419; defeats Sigel at Newmarket, 599; routs Gillem at Morristown, 624.
Breese, Capt., services of his iron-clads, 303.
Bristow Station, Va., fights at, 181, 396.
British aid to Rebellitreats from Bentonville, Ark., 27-8; at Pea Ridge, 28-31; succeeds Gen. Fremont, 172; on the Rappahannock, 179: in the fight at Gainesville, 183 ; is defeated at Newmarket by Breckinridge, 599; is superseded by Hunter, 600.
Silliman, Col, killed at Bloody Bridge, 533.
Sill, Gen. J. W., killed at Stone River, 274.