the prowess of the Army of Northern Virginia, and the skill of our great commander:
He said: ‘From May, 1861, to March, 1864, the losses of the Army of the Potomac were, in killed, 15,220; wounded, 65,850; captured, 31,378; in all, 112,448.
From May 1, 1864, to April 9, 1865, killed, 12,500; wounded, 69,500; captured or missing, 28,000; aggregate, 110,000.
From the beginning to the close of the war, killed, 27,720; wounded, 155,652; captured or missing, 59,378.
A grand aggregate of 242,750.
Added those who died of gunshot wounds, the number of men who lost their lives in action in the Army of the Potomac was 48,902, probably one-half of all who died from wounds on the field of battle in all the armies of the United States