General, I think my men have done wonders.
and ask God to bless them.
The woods are literally covered with the baggage, coats, haversacks, &c., of the enemy.
Though almost naked, my command is ready to move forward.
Your ob't servant, Nathan Kimball, Col. Fourteenth Indiana Volunteers, And Commanding Post. Geo. S. Rose, Assistant Adjutant-General.
List of killed, wounded, and missing.
Fourteenth Indiana regiment.--Killed: First Lieut. August Junod, Company E.
Privates, Geo. Winder, Company E; John Templeton, Company D; Andrew M. Arthur, Company D, accidentally.
Wounded--Privates, Jno. Kilgannon, Company B, knee; George L. Daum, Company B, arm; Corporals Kline and Ewald, Company G, leg; Privates, Ed. Dehan, Company G, leg; Mikes Mulville, Company G, hand.
Missing--Privates Adolph Myer and John Sims, Company G.
Twenty-Fourth Ohio.--Wounded: Privates, Abram Thrapp, Company A; John Taylor, Company C; George Bebber, Company E.
George Carpenter, Company K.