Lieutenant-Colonel O. H. P. Casey, Thirty-sixth Indiana.--Killed, one enlisted man; wounded, two enlisted men; total, three enlisted men; aggregate, three. Lieutenant-Colonel T. M. Cockerill, Twenty-fourth Ohio.--Wounded, twelve enlisted men; total, twelve enlisted men; aggregate, twelve. Lieutenant William H. Hulman, battery H, Fourth artillery.--Wounded, one enlisted man; total, one enlisted man; aggregate, one. Total.--Killed, one enlisted man; wounded, one commissioned officer, twenty-eight enlisted men; missing, one commissioned officer, three enlisted men; total, two commissioned officers, thirty-two enlisted men; aggregate, thirty-four. My sincere condolence and high appreciation of the merits of these braves attend them. Major Watson, Seventy-fifth Illinois, wounded by a falling tree-effects of artillery firing — deserves notice as a noble officer. Hope he may soon recover. For more detailed accounts, I refer to the accompanying reports of the regimental and battery commanders. Exhibit A, herewith, gives the topography of the ground in the vicinity of the contest. All of which is respectfully submitted. I have the honor to be, Major, your humble servant,
W. Grose, Colonel Commanding.