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[53] Lemoyne, W. J. Dorris, B. F. Mayberry, J. Harbinger, G. W. Amfrey, Garrett Ford, W. J. Dailey, S. C. Hicks, H. M. Hicks, A. Ashley, Robert W. Beacham, Perry Shilling, George Halsum, H. J. Kelly and D. L. Crenshaw; total, 22.

Captain Arrington's company: Wounded, 2—James Henry and R. P. Smith.

Captain Flanagin's company: Killed, 2—J. G. Malone and G. F. Flanagin. Wounded, 7—A. K. White, J. F. Bridgway, J. H. Anderson, S. D. Trapp, Thomas Goran, John Holder and W. F. Holder; total, 9.

Captain Witherspoon's company: Wounded, 2—W. H. Morley and Lieut. G. Ashley.

Captain Brown's company: Wounded, 6—Joseph White, Joe Wright, Harvey Holman, W. Flanagin, Thomas Wilkins and W. Jeter.

Captain Gamble's company: Killed, 1-Sergt. J. M. Carrigan. Wounded, 2—J. D. Hardie and W. Bittick; total, 3.

Woodruff's artillery.

Killed, 3—Lieut. Omer R. Weaver and William Carver; W. H. Byler was wounded and afterward died. Wounded, 1—Richard Byrd; total, 4.


Churchill's regiment, 45 killed, 161 wounded, 2 captured; DeRosey Carroll's regiment, 5 killed, 17 wounded, 2 captured; Dockery's regiment, 3 killed, 12 wounded; Gratiot's regiment, 24 killed, 82 wounded; McIntosh's regiment, 11 killed, 44 wounded; Woodruff's artillery, 3 killed, 1 wounded. Totals, 91 killed, 317 wounded, 4 captured.

Although the victory of the Confederates was decisive, and their army occupied Springfield and the battlefield, while the Federal army made an immediate retreat to Rolla and St. Louis, leaving their artillery and small-arms, with the body of their commander, in the hands of the victorious Confederates, it was seriously attempted at the North to claim it as a victory for the Federals against overwhelming numbers. Not merely the vaporing pub-

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