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into action by each regiment, General Hancock was thoughtful enough in his report for Fredericksburg to specify the number present on the field in each regiment of his division.
As the loss in Hancock's Division, in its memorable assault on Marye's Heights, was one of the severest of the war, it is given here in full.
In addition to the official figures, the number of killed, as increased by those who died of their wounds, is also given — the number having been ascertained by examining the muPennsylvania 21 133 1 155 314 49.3 39 12.4
4th U. S. Artillery C 1 4 -- 5 -- -- -- --
Total 219 1,581 229 2,029 4,834 41.9 561 11.6
Nearly all the missing ones were killed or wounded men, who fell in front of the stone wall at Marye's Heights.
Most of them belong with the killed, and were buried by the enemy.
The number engaged may appear small; but it should be remembered that this division had already lost 3,290 men on the Peninsula and at Antietam.
It may be of interest t