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Union 2 killed, 15 wounded.
Confed. 20 killed, 15 wounded, 50 captured.
October 26, 1861: Saratoga, Ky.
Union, 9th Ill.
Confed., Capt. Wilcox's Cavalry.
Union 4 wounded.
Confed. 8 killed, 17 wounded.
November 7, 1861: Belmont, Mo.
Union, 22d, 27th, 30th, and 31st Ill., 7th Ia., Battery B 1st Ill. Artil., 2 companies 15th Ill. Cav.
Confed., 13th Ark., 11th La., 2d, 12th, 13th, 15th, 21st, 22d, 154th (Senior) Tenn. Watson's, Stewart's La. Art., Smith's Miss. Battery, Hamilton's siege Battery.
Union 90 killed, 173 wounded, 235 missing.
Confed. 261 killed, 427 wounded, 278 missing.
November 7, 1861: Galveston Harbor, Tex.
U. S. Frigate Santee burned the Royal Yacht.
Union I killed, 8 wounded.
Confed. 3 wounded.
November 7, 1861: Port Royal, S. C. Capture of Fort Beauregard and Fort Walker (Confederate).
Union, Du Pont's fleet, 17 vessels, and 3 brigades of land forc