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Brigadier-General Colquitt's brigade, (Second.)

regiment.Cold Harbor, June 27, 1862.Malvern Hill, July 1, 1862.Grand Total.
Killed.Wounded.Missing.Total.Killed.Wounded.Missing.Total.
Sixth Georgia2213131561528 43199
Twenty-third Georgia326 29130 3160
Twenty-seventh Georgia976186226 28114
Twenty-eighth Georgia633 3933714180
Thirteenth Alabama440 441047 57101
Total,443064354311681200554

Brigadier-General Garland's brigade, (Third.)

regiment.Killed.Wounded.Missing.Total.remarks.
Fifth North Carolina1022436These figures indicate the total loss in all the engagements from June 26 to July 1, inclusive. A separate list of the casualties in each engagement could not be made out, as the report from this brigade was handed in in this consolidated form.
Twelfth North Carolina511601212
Thirteenth North Carolina29804113
Twentieth North Carolina932816380
Twenty-third North Carolina680 86
Bondurant's Battery314 17
Total,19263715844

Brigadier-General R. S. Ripley's brigade.

regiment.Mechanicsville, June 26, 1862.Cold Harbor, June 27, 1862.Malvern Hill, July 1, 1862.Grand Total.
Killed.Wounded.Missing.Total.Killed.Wounded.Missing.Total.Killed.Wounded.Missing.Total.
First North Carolina361051142416 20960675237
Third North Carolina739 46115 162251780142
Forty-fourth Georgia71264 335    9401665400
Forty-eighth Georgia330 33330 33440 44110
Rhett's Battery217 19        19
Total,1194551575861 694419129264908

Total loss in division, two thousand eight hundred and seventy-six, except General G. B. Anderson's fourth brigade, which you have, and which was handed in to these headquarters just as you have it. We never received lists of casualties by regiments in the different engagements. General Anderson is now dead, and his Assistant Adjutant-General is away, and it is impossible to get the list as you wish it. So with General C. Garland's brigade.

J. W. Ratchford, Assistant Adjutant-General.


Report of General Magruder.

Richmond, August 12, 1862.
To the Adjutant-General of General R. E. Lee, commanding Army of Northern Virginia.
sir: About the twenty-fifth June, I received from Lieutenant-Colonel R. H. Chilton, Assistant Adjutant-General, on the staff of General Lee, commanding the army of Northern Virginia, an order giving a general plan of operations about to be taken against the enemy, whose troops occupied the right and left banks of the Chickahominy, the greater number being immediately in front of the lines occupied by me, and the division of Major-General Huger, on my right. This directed me, in general terms, to hold my position in front of the enemy against attack, and at all hazards, to make such demonstrations as to discover his operations; and in case of the abandonment of his intrenchments, to pursue him closely. I was in command of three divisions, those of Major-General McLaws, Brigadier-General D. R. Jones, and my own, each


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