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[268] General Salomon, whose division bore the brunt of battle, reported a loss of 63 killed, 413 wounded and 45 missing. One regiment of Thayer's division reported 73 killed and wounded. The loss of Salomon's division alone in the entire campaign was reported at 103 killed, 601 wounded, and 1,072 captured and missing. Thayer's division reported a loss of 303 at Poison Spring.

Those who received honorable mention by General Price for gallantry and faithful service in the campaign were the general officers of his command, members of his staff, Col. J. F. Belton, Majs. Thos. L. Snead and Geo. A. Gallagher, Capts. J. W. Lewis and S. H. Buck, assistant adjutant-generals; Capt. T. J. Mackay, chief engineer; Maj. Isaac Brinker, chief quartermaster; Capt. A. Sigourney, chief paymaster; Surgs. Thos. D. Wooten and C. M. Taylor; and his personal staff, Lieuts. R. T. Morrison and Celsus Price, Col. W. L. Crawford, Capt. D. C. Cage and Lieut. B. F. Scull. Of these, Lieutenants Scull and Price and Orderly D. Kavanaugh particularly distinguished themselves at Jenkins' ferry. Lieutenant Scull, in reconnoitering the position of the enemy, received a wound which caused the loss of a leg.

Mention was made by General Churchill of Brigadier-Generals Tappan and Hawthorn, and Colonel Gause, commanding brigades; and his staff, Maj. W. W. Dunlap, chief of artillery; Maj. H. M. Clark, assistant inspector-general; Lieut. A. H. Sevier, assistant adjutant-general; Capt. J. L. Thomas, paymaster; Capts. C. E. Royston and C. J. Hanks, and Col. John W. Polk, volunteer aides; Chief Surgeon A. M. McPheeters; Maj. C. B. Moore, chief quartermaster; Maj. J. R. Upshaw, chief commissary of subsistence, and Capt. C. E. Kidder, ordnance officer.

General Tappan mentioned Col. R. G. Shaver and Lieut-Cols. W. R. Hardy and T. D. Thomson; his staff, Capts. Amos Tappan and J. J. Homer, and Lieuts.

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