kewise destroyed by explosions, but not of torpedoes.
Gen. Grant's flanking advance from Spottsylvania to the North Anna was admirably planned and executed without loss — a single blow aimed by HEnlisted Men.Officers.Enlisted Men.
WildernessMay 5 to 122698,0191,01718,2611776,66729,410
SpottsylvaniaMay 12 to 211142,0322597,6973124810,881
North AnnaMay 21 to 3112138671,06333241,607
note.--The first line of the above table includes several days' desperate fighting at Spottsylvania, in which our losses were fully 10,000.
Our actual losses in the Wilderness were rather under than over 20,000, and at Spottsylvania just about as many.
These corrections, however, make no difference in the aggregates given above.
Whether the foregoing returns of losses do or do not in
Its losses of guns were mainly incurred at Reams's station; its gains were chiefly made at Spottsylvania.
Grant's conduct of this campaign was not satisfactory to the Confederate critics, who ga