cannot be given to the officers and men for their spirit and patient endurance under a march of almost unexampled hardship and rapidity, and for their gallantry and good conduct in action. The regiment had in battle an aggregate of three hundred and twenty men. The casualties were as follows, viz.: Company A--Lieutenant Thomas McCaing, commanding; one private wounded. Company B--Captain Crouch, commanding; one private wounded. Company D--Lieutenant Beale, commanding; one private wounded. Company G--Lieutenant Daniel, commanding; one private missing; one private wounded. Company H--Captain E. Bosche, commanding; one private missing and one corporal killed. Company I--Captain John Desha, commanding; three privates killed, and two lieutenants (J. W. Cleveland and W. T. Casey) and three privates wounded. Company K--Lieutenant Gaines, commanding; killed Lieutenant D. S. Crockett, and one private. Total: Killed, seven; wounded,ten; missing, nine. All of which is respectfully submitted,
James T. Morehead, Captain, commanding Ninth Kentucky Regiment.
Report of Captain Cobb.
Report of Killed and Wounded in Captain R. Cobb's Company of light Artillery, in the Action near Hartsville, Tennessee, on Sunday, the seventh December, 1862.Killed: Sergeant W. E. Etheridge; Privates David Watts and Sanderfer. Total 3. Wounded and left on the field on account of severity of wounds:--Corporal James Donoh; Privates T. C. Carnhill, B. F. Perdue, Henry Williams. Total 4. Wounded and not left :--Private John Leonard (slightly), John Thomas, R. F. Lear. Total 3. Total killed and wounded, 10. Respectfully submitted,
R. Cobb, Captain, commanding Battery.
Killed, Wounded, and Missing.
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|Second Kentucky Regiment||8||64||6||78|
|Colonel Gano's Regiment of Cavalry||1||1|
|Colonel Clarke's Regiment of Cavalry||2||24||6||32|
|Colonel Chenault's Regiment of Cavalry||1||4||5|
|Colonel Bennett's Regiment of Cavalry||1||3||4|
|General Morgan's Staff||2||2|
Geo. Wm. Brent, A. A. General.