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[41] of our superiority in artillery, with which the principal execution was done. Hindman's official report makes it, 164 killed, 817 wounded, 336 missing--total, 1,317; and claims to have taken 275 prisoners, 5 flags, 23 wagons, and over 500 small arms.

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