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Union 4 wounded.

Confed. 2 killed, 1 wounded.

May 10, 1862: Norfolk and Portsmouth, Va.

Occupied by Union forces under Gen. Wool.

May 11, 1862: Confederate Ram

Virginia destroyed in Hampton Roads by her commander, to prevent capture.

May 15, 1862: Fort Darling, James River, Va.

Union, Gunboats Galena, Port Royal, Naugatuck, Monitor, and Aroostook.

Confed. Garrison in Fort Darling.


Union 12 killed, 14 wounded.

Confed. 7 killed, 8 wounded.

May 15, 1862: Chalk bluffs, Mo.

Union, 1st Wis. Cav.

Confed., Col. Jeffers' command.


Union 2 killed, 5 wounded.

Confed. 11 killed, 17 wounded.

May 15, 1862, May 16, 1862, and May 18, 1862: Princeton, W. Va.

Union, Gen. J. D. Cox's Division.

Confed., Gen. Humphrey Marshall's command.


Union 33 killed, 69 wounded, 27 missing.

Confed. 2 killed, 14 wounded.

May 17, 1862: in front of Corinth, Miss.

Union, Gen. M. L. Smith's Brigade.

Confed., Outposts of Gen. Beauregard's army.


Union 10 killed, 31 wounded.

Confed. 12 killed.

May 19, 1862: Searcy Landing, Ark.

Union, 17th Mo., 4th Mo. Cav., 2 cos. 4th Ia. Cav.

Confed. No record found.


Union 75 killed, 32 wounded.

Confed. 150 killed, wounded, and missing.

May 23, 1862: Lewisburg, Va.

Union, 36th, 44th Ohio, 2d W. Va. Cav.

Confed. 22d, 45th Va., 1 battalion 8th Va. Cav., Finney's Battalion.


Union 14 killed, 60 wounded.

Confed. 40 killed, 66 wounded, 100 captured.

May 23, 1862: front Royal, Va.

Union, 1st Md., Detachments of 29th Pa., Capt. Mapes' Pioneers, 5th N. Y. Cav., and 1st Pa. Artil.

Confed., 1st Md., Wheat's La. Battalion, 6th, 7th, 8th La.


Union 32 killed, 122 wounded, 750 missing.

Confed. No record found.

May 23-24, 1862: Ellison's Mills, Mechanicsville, and New Bridge, Va.

Union, 33d, 49th, 77th N. Y., 7th Me., 4th Mich., Tidball's Battery.

Confed., 8th, 9th, 10th Ga., part of 1st and 4th Va. Cav., 5th La., battery La. Art., squadron La. Cav.


Union 7 killed, 30 wounded.

Confed. 27 killed, 35 wounded, 43 captured.

May 24-31, 1862: retreat of Gen. N. P. Banks' command

Union) from Strasburg, Va., down the Shenandoah Valley, including Middletown and Newtown (May 24th, 1862), Winchester (May 25th, 1862), Charlestown (May 28th, 1862), and Harper's Ferry (May 24-30, 1862).

Confed., Stonewall Jackson's command, including the troops engaged at Front Royal (May 23d, 1862).


Union 62 killed, 243 wounded, 174 missing.

Confed. 68 killed, 329 wounded (includes losses at Front Royal the 23d).

May 27, 1862: Hanover C. H., Va.

Union, 12th, 13th, 14th, 17th, 25th, and 44th N. Y., 62d and 83d Pa., 16th Mich., 9th and 22d Mass., 5th Mass. Artil., 2d Maine Artil., Battery F 5th U. S. Artil., 1st U. S. Sharpshooters.

Confed., Gen. L. O'B. Branch's N. C. Brigade.


Union 53 killed, 344 wounded.

Confed. 200 killed and wounded, 730 prisoners.

May 30, 1862: Booneville, Miss.

Union, 2d Ia., 2d Mich. Cav.

Confed. No record found.


Confed. 2,000 prisoners.

May 30, 1862: Corinth, Miss.

Evacuation by Confederate army under Gen. Beauregard. Occupation by Union troops of Gen. Halleck's command. End of siege begun April 29.


(No detailed report on file.)

May 30, 1862: front Royal, Va.

Union, 4th, 8th Ohio, 14th Ind., detachment 1st R. I. Cav.

Confed., 8th La., 12th Ga., Ashby's Va. Cav.


Union 8 killed, 7 wounded.

Confed. 156 captured.

May 31 and June 1: Seven Pines and Fair Oaks, Va.

Union, 2d Corps, 3d Corps, and 4th Corps, Army of the Potomac.

Confed., Army commanded by Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, as follows: Gen. James Longstreet's Division; Gen. D. H. Hill's Division; Gen. Benjamin Huger's Division; Gen. G. W. Smith's Division.


Union 790 killed, 3,627 wounded, 647 missing.

Confed. 980 killed, 4,749 wounded, 405 missing.

Union Brig.-Generals O. O. Howard, Naglee, and Wessells wounded.

Confed. Brig.-Gen. Hatton killed, Gen. J. E. Johnston and Brig.-Gen. Rodes wounded, Brig.-Gen. Pettigrew captured.

June, 1862.

June 3, 1862: Legare's Point, S. C.

Union, 28th Mass., 8th Mich., 100th Pa.


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