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e, Alexandria, Virginia, 1861 detachments of Cavalry.
Union 6 killed, 8 wounded.
September 12-13, 1861: Cheat Mountain, W. Va.
Union, 13th, 14th, 15th, and 17th Ind., 3d, 6th, 24th, and 25th Ohio, 2d W. Va.
Confed., Va. Vols. commanded by Gen. W. W. Loring.
Union 9 killed, 12 wounded, 60 missing.
Confed. No record found..
September 12-20, 1861: Lexington, Mo.
Union, 23d Ill., 8th, 25th, and 27th Mo., 13th and 14th Mo. Home Guards, Berry's and Van Horne's Mo. Cav., 1st Ill. Cav.
Confed., Parsons' and Rains' Divisions, Bledsoe's, Churchill's, Guibor's, Kelly's, Kneisley's and Clark's batteries.
Union 42 killed, 108 wounded, 1,624 missing and captured.
Confed. 25 killed, 75 wounded.
September 13, 1861: Booneville, Mo.
Union, Mo. Home Guards.
Confed., Gen. Price's Mo. State Guard.
Union 1 killed, 4 wounded.
Confed. 12 killed, 30 wounded.
September 14, 1861: Confederate Privateer Judah destroye