s: Fortieth, Forty-first, Forty-second, Forty-third and Fifty-second.
Second brigade, Brig.-Gen. E. D. Tracy, Col. I. W. Garrott, Brig.-Gen. Stephen D. Lee—Five Alabama regiments: Twentieth, Twenty.
Bowen at Grand Gulf, with the brigades of Cockrell and M. E. Green, was being reinforced by Tracy's and Baldwin's brigades; but these commands were all small in numbers, and his aggregate of eff Robert Lowry, to occupy the roads from Bruinsburg to Port Gibson, and soon reinforced them with Tracy's brigade.
He was threatened on all sides, above and below.
During the night of April 30th Mle army in this battle were 60 killed and 340 wounded. Among the killed, unfortunately, was Gen. E. D. Tracy.
The Federal loss was much more severe-131 killed, 719 wounded and 25 missing; but they were compensated to some extent by capturing 387 men, mainly from Green and Tracy.
Bowen held his position on Bayou Pierre during the next day, but was not reinforced.
Generals Loring and Tilghman ar
ection against, VI, 319.
Totopotomoy Creek, Va.,
Totten's battery, Union, I., 350.
Sidney Lanier, IX., 25, 30, 284, 285.
Tours, the battle of, I., 30.
Town Creek, N. C.,
Townsend, J. H.,
I., 241; VI, 83.
Toy, C. H.,
VIII., 110, 115.
Trabui, G. W.,
Tracy, B. F.,
Tracy, E. D.,
Tracy, W. G.,
Tramp Tramp Tramp,
Trans-Mississippi Army, X., 274.
Transport wagon train
Transportation of wounded: means employed for, VII, 302; of Federal sick and wounded: VII., 302-316; over long distances, means not provided for, VII., 304; important letter showing inadequacy of, VII, 304, 306; of wounded after August 2, 1862, great improvement in, VII., 306, 308; act of Congress, 1864, in regard to ambulance servi