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[433] Rifenberick, Adae; Lieutenants Wood and McGrew.

Our casualties were as follows:

Third Ohio--Wounded, Lieut. Hall, company K, slightly; D. J. Ashley, severely; Thomas Thorpe, mortally.

Fourth Ohio--Killed, George Saums. Wounded, Capt. Rifenberick, company I, severely; Corporal B. Winans, severely; Jacob Carolus, severely.

Some of the routed rebels, attempting to get round to the rear, were captured by our infantry.

The troops encamped upon the ground for the night, and returned next day to Murfreesboro.

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