ere being very little in the country, I could not have pursued the rebel cavalry vigorously if the country had admitted of it, which it did not.
During the night our infantry fell back to a place near Catoosa Platform, and I am now near my camp of yesterday.
The following is the list of casualties in my command since February twenty-second:
First Ohio Cavalry.--Sergeant George Frazier, company B, private Joel Eaton, company B, wounded.
Third Ohio Cavalry.--Captain R. B. Wood, Nicholas Wise, company I, killed; Samuel Ankering, private, company C, Sylvester Stump, company L, Cornelius Mulchaha, privates, company B, David Hatcher, private, company L, wounded.
Fourth Ohio Cavalry.--John Tuelling, private, company C, Alexander Bernhardt, private, company K, wounded.
Fourth Michigan Cavalry.--Sergeant David Donahoe, company D, private John Caul, company D, private George Rise, company C, private William Heistine, company B, wounded.
Ninety-eighth Illinois Mounted Infant