ssing-commissioned officers, 2; enlisted men, 60.
Making a total of killed, wounded, and missing in officers, of 28 ; and of enlisted men, 531.
Grand total, 559.
For particulars of loss to each portion of thq command, and at what time, see tabular statement as part of this report.
We took in prisoners 3 officers and 88 enlisted men; total 91.
(See provostmarshal's statement.
Of my staff-Capt. H. F. Temple, acting assistant adjutant-general; my aides, Lieut. J. P. Phipps and Lieut. J. Clarence Peck; Captain North, brigadd inspector; Lieutenant Gunn, topographical engineer; Lieutenant Pepoon, provost-marshal; Captain Hodgdon, commissary; Lieutenant Dean, controlling ambulances, and Lieutenant Conyers, commanding provost guards — I can most truthfully say that every member of it has so demeaned himself as to merit promotion.
Brave, faithful, and efficient, they are an honor to the positions they hold.
Walter C. Whitaker, Brigadier-General, Second Brigade,