|command.||killed.||wounded.||captured and missing.||aggregate.|
| ||C. O.||E. M.||Total.||C. O.||E. M.||Total.||C. O.||E. M.||Total.||C. O.||E. M.||Total.|
|107th New-York Volunteers,|| || || || ||6||6||1||52||53||1||58||59|
|150th New-York Volunteers,|| ||2||2||1||5||6|| ||12||12||1||19||201|
|13th New-Jersey Volunteers,|| || || || ||3||3|| ||3||3|| ||6||6|
|2d Massachusetts Veteran Volunteers,|| || || || ||2||2|| ||17||17|| ||19||19|
|3d Wisconsin Veteran Volunteers,|| ||1||1||1||3||4|| ||9||9||1||13||14|
List of rebel prisoners captured: December ninth, at Monteith Swamp, three enlisted men; December tenth, on steamer Ida
, one commissioned officer and twelve enlisted men; December eleventh, on steamer Resolute, five commissioned officers and nineteen enlisted men; total, six commissioned officers and thirty-four enlisted men.
Appendix C:--Property captured and appropriated to the use of the brigade
Five horses, 44 mules; corn, 177,118 pounds; fodder, 205,500 pounds; sweet potatoes, 95,000 pounds; fresh meat, including poultry, 95,000 pounds; rice in the sheaf, 20,000 pounds; rice threshed, 500 bushels; syrup, 13 barrels; sugar, 1000 pounds; salt, 6 barrels; bacon, 1000 pounds; meal and flour, 1500 pounds; whisky, 2 barrels; tobacco, 1500 pounds.
Property captured and turned over
.--Eighteen hundred bales cotton, taken by Colonel William Hawley
, and disposed of by Major-General Sherman
, of confederate States
Navy, with the following cargo, turned over to Captain Whittlesey
Twentieth corps: 20 Short Whitney
rifled muskets, accoutrements complete; 5 barrels flour, 6 bags coffee, 6 barrels beef, 1 box candles, 1/2 barrel syrup, 3 boxes bread, 1/2 barrel vinegar, 500 pounds bacon, 1/2 barrel rice.
Taken on Argyle Island
and turned over to Captain Whittlesey
, A. Q. M. Twentieth corps, 2 horses, 14 mules.
.--Three and a half miles railroad track between Atlanta
and Chattahoochee River
; 9 miles Georgia Central Railroad, 1 1/2 miles Charleston and Savannah Railroad.
Ordnance and ordnance stores destroyed at Milledgeville
: 2300 muskets, smooth bore, calibre 69, burned; 10,000 rounds ammunition for the same, burned; 300 sets of infantry accoutrements, burned; 5000 lances, or John Brown