tes that A. P. Hill's losses were not included in his return. 63283-- 346
D. H. Hill reports 3,241 disabled, including 4 Colonels, out of less than 5,000; and Lawton's brigade lost 554 out of 1,150.
Among the Rebel killed were Maj.-Gen. Starke, of Miss., Brig.-Gens. L. O'B. Branch, of N. C., and G. B. Anderson; Cols. Douglass (commanding Lawton's brigade), Liddell, 11th Miss., Tew, 2d N. C., Barnes, 12th S. C., Mulligan, 15th Ga., Barclay, 23d do., and Smith, 27th do. Among their wounded were Maj.-Gen. R. H. Anderson, Brig.-Gens. Lawton, Rhodes, Ripley, Armistead, Gregg, of S. C., R. Toombs and Wright, of Ga.
Lee, of course, did not care to renew the battle on the morrow of such a day; and McClellan, though reenforced that morning by about 14,000 men, stood still also.
He says he purposed to renew the combat the next morning;
Sept. 19. but, when his cavalry advance reached the river, they discovered that Lee had quietly moved off across t
attacked by Kirby Smith at Jenkins's Ferry
SteeleShreveport, with the rout and dispersion of Kirby Smith's army, culminating in the recovery of Texak, and each party bivouacked on the field.
Smith's veterans were still behind.
To remain on theasant Hill, the case was somewhat altered., Gen. Smith had arrived and halted here at night, as hadanklin's three brigades in front, supported by Smith's, where — of the 2d, composed of the 14th, 27f his 1st on that flank, and Shaw's brigade of Smith's corps aforesaid moved forward and took its p of several volleys, he was charged in turn by Smith's Western veterans, led by Gen. Mower, and by el army as Major-General commanding, though Kirby Smith was commander of the department, and probabct that Taylor, and Pollard after him, with Kirby Smith's report of the campaign, are silent with red in great force by the Rebels, now led by Kirby Smith in person.
Our men had been working in mud
to 546; is routed at Sabine Cross-roads by Kirby Smith — his losses, 539-40; fights again at Pleasmoves on Bowling Green, 51; invasion of, by Kirby Smith, 213: raiders captured from, 404; Morgan's -71.
Rice, Brig.-Gen. J. C., attacked by Kirby Smith at Jenkins's ferry, 553-4; killed at the Witietam, 207; killed, 208.
Richmond, Ky., Kirby Smith routs Manson and then Nelson at, 215.
Ritacked by Jo. Johnston at Bentonville, 707.
Smith, Gen. Gustavus W., 81; at Fair Oaks, 143-5; dih, Gen. Preston, killed at Chickamauga,417.
Smith, Gen. E. Kirby, invades Kentucky, 213; at Lawrs last General Order, 757; surrenders, 758.
Smith, Col., 73d Ohio, at Wauhatchie, 436.
Smith,Smith, Gen. Wm. Sovy, makes a failure, 617.
Smith, Gen. T. Kilby, at Vicksburg, 311.
Smith, Gnta campaign, 632; crosses the Edisto, 619.
Smith, Gen. W. F., at Yorktown, 121; in Peninsula caorgan L., 69; wounded at Yazoo Bluffs, 289.
Smith, W. Prescott, expedites movement of troops, 43