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I did not see the enemy's wagons during the day. Rather, I should say, I do not remember it if I did.
I lost my papers, and do not remember exactly my loss.
But all that were lost in the engagement were my men, except, I believe, five or six wounded in Govan's brigade — probably one or two killed. I think I had 1,400 to 1,600 men in line that day, but can not state definitely.
Yours truly, M. P. Lowry. To General B. F. Cheatham.
General Brown's statement.
St. Louis, Mo., October 24, 1881. General B. F. Cheatham, Nashville, Tenn.
Dear General: Complying with your request to state my recollection of the operations of your corps in the Hood campaign from Columbia to Franklin, and especially the part taken in that movement by my division of your corps, I must premise the statement with an expression of regret that the full and comprehensive report made by me soon after the close of that campaign, with list of casualties and just mention of meritorious co