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[500] Illinois, Thirty-seventh Indiana, Wells' section (Kentucky) battery, and Spears' Tennessee brigade.

I wish to make honorable mention of the bravery and efficient services rendered by the following named officers and men, for whom I earnestly request promotion:

Brigadier-General Spears, commanding First Tennessee brigade.

Colonel T. R. Stanley, Eighteenth Ohio volunteer infantry, commanding Twenty-ninth brigade.

Colonel John T. Miller, Twenty-ninth Indiana volunteers, commanding Seventh brigade.

Captain Jas. St. Clair Morton, commanding pioneer brigade.

Captain James H. Stokes, commanding Chicago battery.

Major John H. King, commanding Fifteenth United States infantry.

Captain Bush, commanding Fourth Indiana battery.

Captain James A. Lowrie, Assistant Adjutant-General.

Lieutenant Fred. H. Kennedy, Aid-de-Camp.

Captain Charles T. Wing, Assistant Quarter-master.

Major Fred. H. Gross, Medical Director.

Captain James R. Hayden, Ordnance Officer.

Lieutenant Wm. W. Barker, Aid-de-Camp.

Lieutenant Robert H. Cochran, Provost Marshal.

Lieutenant Francis Riddell, acting Assistant Commissary of Subsistence.

Lieutenant Charles C. Cook, acting Aid-de-Camp.

Lieutenant W. D. Ingraham, Topographical Engineers.

Captain Frederick Shultz and Lieutenant Joseph Hein, Battery M, First Ohio artillery.

Lieutenants Alex. Marshall, John Crable, and Robert D. Whittlesey, Battery G, First Ohio artillery.

Captain W. E. Standart, Battery B, First Ohio artillery.

Lieutenant A. A. Ellsworth, commanding Wells' section Kentucky artillery.

Lieutenant W. H. Spence, Wells' section Kentucky artillery.

Lieutenant H. Terry, Third Ohio cavalry.

Secretaries-Sergeant H. B. Fletcher, Company K, Nineteenth Illinois volunteers; Corporal Rufus Rice, Company K, First Wisconsin volunteers; Private James A. Sangston, Company C, Seventy-ninth Pennsylvania volunteers, and Sergeant Charles Rambour, Company K, Seventy-fourth Ohio volunteers; Wm. Longwell, Orderly, Seventh Pennsylvania cavalry.

Escort--Sergeant George C. Lee, Corporal E. H. Daugherty, Privates Henry Schwenk, Henry B. Zimmerman, John Higgins, Leon Starr, Daniel Walker, John McCorkle, Abraham Keppuly, George Gillem, John Cunningham.

The following is an approximate report of the casualties in my command, during the battles before Murfreesboro, December thirtieth and thirty-first, 1862, and January second and third 1863:

command.went into action.lost in action.
Second Division--Centre--Fourteenth Army Corps.Officers.Men.Horses.Cannon.Killed.Wounded.Missing.Horses.Guns.
First Tennessee Brigade,667348  3122   1   
Twenty-ninth Brigade,93171937 87825259 94535  
Seventh Brigade,711948  379204151193     
Infantry,230440145 11160466961287545  
Schultz Battery275564 11  154 1 
Marshall's Battery,31101166 5 5 143412 4 
Wells' Battery247403 1 3 6186411
Artillery,723221213 718 215722461
remarks.--My command captured upwards of four hundred prisoners, four brass field pieces, and one stand of regimental colors.


I have the honor to remain, very respectfull,

Your obedient servant,

James S. Nagley, Brigadier-General, commanding.

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