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1 In “Legends of the army of the Cumberland” the Federal losses are given. as follows:
|Officers and men killed,||1,687|
|Officers and men wounded,||9,394|
|Officers and men missing,||5,255|
|Officers and men killed,||2,673|
|Officers and men wounded,||16,274|
|Officers and men missing,||2,003|
|The Confederate reports give, for the commands furnishing returns, the killed and wounded at||13,655|
|Add for Maney's, Smith's, Ector's, and Gist's brigades (estimated),||1,880|
|at the rate of the average loss, per brigade, in the remaining twenty-nine brigades of infantry, including the artillery attached; and for the remainder of the cavalry, on the basis of Scott's brigade, which reported 49 killed and wounded, say||400|
|And we have the total killed and wounded as approximately,||15,935|
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