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14. — Elk River, Tenn. Advance of the Fourteenth Corps Army of the Cumberland,
Union 10 killed, 30 wounded. Confed. 60 kUled, 24 wounded, 100 missing.
— Neai- Bolivar Heights, Va. 1st Ct. Cav. Confed. 25 kiUed.

15. — Pulaski, Ala. 3d Ohio and 5th Tenn. Cav. Confed. 3 killed. 50 missing.

— Halltown, Va. 16th Pa. and 1st Maine Cav. Union 55 killed and wounded.
Confed. 20 lulled and wounded.

16.— Sheppardstown, Va. 1st, 4th and 16th Pa., 10th N. Y. and 1st Maine Car. Con-
fed. 25 killed, 75 wounded.

17. — Honey Springs, Ind. Ter. 2d, 6th and 9th Kan^ Cav., 2d and 3d Kan. Batteries,
2d and 3d Kan. Indian Home Guards. Union 17 killed, 60 woimded. Confed. 150
killed, 400 wounded.



JULY 17.— Wytheville, W. Va. 341Ji Ohio, 1st and 2d W. Va. Cav. Union 17 killed, 61
womaded. Confed. 75 killed, 125 missing.

— Cauton, Miss. 7(ith Ohio, 25tti and olst la., 3d, 13th and 17th Mo., 2d "Wis , 5th
111. Cav. , 3d and 4th la. Cav. . one battery of artillery. Casualties not recorded.

18 to 21.— Potter's Cav. Raid to Tar River and Rocky Mount, N. C. 3d and 12th N.
Y. Cav. , 1st N. C. Cav. Union 60 wounded.

1 to 26. — Morgan's Tlaid into Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio pursued and captured by
Brigadier-General Hobson's and Shackleford's Cav., including skirmishes at
Burkesvilie, Columbia, Green River Bridge, Lebanon and Bradenhug. Ky., Cory-
don and Vernon, Ind., capture of the larger part of Buffington Island, Ohio, and
final capture at New Lisbon, Ohio, on the 26th. Union 33 killed, 97 wounded, 805
missing. Confed. 795 killed and wounded. 4,104 captured.

21 to 23. — Manassas Gap and Chester Gap, Va. Cavalry advance and Third Corps,
Army of the Potomac. Union 35 killed, 102 wounded. Confed. 300 killed and
wounded.

26. — Pattacassey Creek, N. C. Brigadier-General Heckman's Troops. Union 3 killed,
17 wounded.

30. — Irvine, Ky. 14th Ky. Cav. Union 4 killed, 5 wounded. Confed. 7 killed, 18
wounded.

AUG. 1 to 3. — Rappahannock Station, Brandy Station and Kelly's Ford, Va. Brigadier-
General Buford's Cav. Union 16 killed, 134 wounded.
3. — Jackson, La. 73d, 75th and 78th U. S. Colored Troops. Union 2 killed, 2 wounded,
27 missing.
5. — Dutch Gap, James River, Va. U. S. Gunboats Commodore, Barney and Cohas-
sett. Union 3 killed, 1 wounded.

7.— New Madrid, Mo. One Co. 24th Mo. Union 1 killed, 1 wounded.
9. — Sparta, Tenu. Cavalry Army of the Cumberland. Union 6 killed. 25 wounded.
13.— Grenada, Miss. 9th 111., 2d la. Cav., 3d Mich. Cav., 3d, 4th 9th and 11th Cav.
Casualties not recorded.

— Pineville, Mo. 0th Mo. Militia Cav. Confed. 65 wounded.
14. — "West Point, White River, Ark. 32d Ohio, with Gunboats U. S. Lexington,

Cricket and Mariner. Union 2 killed, 7 wounded.
21. — Quantrell's plunder and massacre of Lawrence, Kan,, in which 140 citizens were
killed and wounded. Confed. 40 killed.

— Cold water. Miss. 3d and 4th la. Cav. , 5th 111. Cav. tiTnion 10 wounded.
24. — Coyle's Tavern, near Fairfax C. H., Va. 2d Mass. Cav. Union 2 killed, 3

wounded. Confed. 2 killed, 4 wounded.
25 to 30. — Averill's Raid in W. Va. Union 3 killed, 10 wounded, 60 rasssing.
26. — Rocky Gap, near Whit« Sulphur Springs, Va. 3d and 8th W. Va., 2d and 3d
W. Va. Cav., 14th Pa. Cav. Union 16 killed, 113 wounded. Confed. 156 killed and
wounded.
25 to 31. — Brownsville, Bayou Metoe and Austin, Ark. Davidson's Cav. Union 13
killed, 72 wounded.

SEPT. 1. — Barbee's Cross Roads, Va. Detachment 6th Ohio Cav. Union 2 kiUed, 4
wounded.

—Devil's Back Bone, Ark. 1st Ark. , 6th Mo. Militia, 2d Ind. Battery. Union 4
killed, 12 wounded. Confed. 25 killed, 40 wounded.
5.— Limestone Station, Tenn. P'ive Go's 100th Ohio. Union 12 killed, 20 woimded, 240
missing. Confed. 6 killed, 10 wounded.
8. — Night attack on Fort Sumter, S. C. Four hundred and thirteen marines and
sailors, commanded by Commander Stevens, U. S. N. Union 3 killed, 144
wounded.

9. — Cumberland Gap, Tenn. Shackleford's Cav. Confed. 2,000 captured*
10. — Little Rock, Ark. Major- General Steele's troops and Davidson's Cav.
11. — Ringgold, Ga. Advance of 21st Corps. Union 8 kUled, 19 wounded. Confed. 3

killed, 18 missing.
12. — Sterling's Plantation, La. Battery E 1st Mo. Artil. Union 3 killed, 3 wounded.
13. — Culpeper, Va. 1st, 2d and 3d Divisions, Cav. Corps Army of the Potomac.
Union 3 killed, 40 wounded. Confed. 10 killed, 40 wounded, 75 missing.
— Lett's Tan Yard, near Chickamauga, Ga. Wilder's Moimted Brigade. Union
50 killed and wounded. Confed, 10 killed, 40 wounded.
14. — Rapidan Station, Raccoon Ford, Va. Cav. Army of the Potomac. Union 8
killed, 40 wounded.

— Vidalia, La. 3d Mo. Union 2 killed, 4 woimded. Confed. 6 killed, 11 wounded.
19. — Rapidan Station, Va. Buford's Cav. Union 4 killed, 19 wounded.

19 and 20. — Chickamuga, Ga. Army of the Cumberland, Major-General Rosecrans ;
Fourteenth Corps, Major-General Thomas; Twentieth Corps, Major General Mc-
Cook ; Twenty-first Coi*ps, Major-General Grittenden, and Reserve Corps, Major-
General Granger. Union 1,644 kUled, 9262 wounded, 4,94.5 missing. Confed. 2,389



killed, 13,412 wounded, 2,003 missing. Union Brigadier-General Lytle killed, and
Starkweather, Whittaker and King wounded. Confed. Brigadier-Generals Pres-
ton, Smith, Deshler and Helm killed, and Major-General Hood, Brigadier-Generals
Adams, Gregg, Brovyu, McNair, Bunn, Preston, Cleburne, Benning and Clayton
wounded.
SEPT. 21.— Bristol, Tenn. Shackleford's and Foster's Cavalry. Casualties not recorded.

22. — Madison C. H., Tenn. 1st Division Buford's CavaLry. Union 1 killed, 20
wounded.

— Blounlsville, Tenn. Foster's 2d Brigade Cav. Union 5 killed, 22 wounded. Con-
fed. 15 killed, 50 wounded, 100 missing.
— Rockville, Md. 11th N. Y. Cav. Confed. 34 killed and wounded.

26. — Calhoun, Tenn. Cavalry Army of the Ohio. Union 6 killed, 20 wounded, 40

missing.

27. — Moffat's Station, Ark. Detachment 1st Ark. Union 2 killed, 2 wounded. Con-
fed. 5 killed, 20 wounded.

29.— Near Morganzia, La. 19th la., 26th Ind. Union 14 killed, 40 wounded, 400
missing.

OCT. 1. — Anderson's Gap, Tenn. 21st Ky. Union 38 killed and wounded.

2. — Anderson's Cross Roads, Tenn. McCook's Cav. Corps. Union 70 killed and
wounded. Confed. 200 killed and wounded
3. — McMinnville, Tenn. 4th Tenn. Union 7 killed, 31 wounded, 350 missing. Con-
fed. 23 killed and wounded.

4.— Neosho, Mo. Thi-ee Go's 6th Mo. Militia Cav. Union 1 killed, 14 wounded, 43
missing.
5. — Stockade at Stone River, Tenn. One Co. 19th Mich. Union 6 wounded, 44
captured.

— Glascow, Ky. 37th Ky. Mounted Infantry. Union 3 wounded, 100 missing
Confed. 13 wounded.
6. — Quantrell's attack on the escort of Major-General Blunt, at Baxter Springs, Ark.
robbing and murdering the prisoners. Union 54 killed, IS wounded, 5 missing.
7. — Near Farniington, Tenn. 1st, 3d and 4th Ohio Cav., 2d Ky. Cav., Long's 2d Cay
Div. and VVilder's Brigade Mounted Infantry. Union 15 killed, 60 wounded. Con
fed. 10 killed, 60 wounded, 240 missing.
10. — Rapidan, Va. Buford's Cav. Union 20 wounded.

— James City, also called Robertson's Run, Va. Pleasonton's Cav. Union 10
killed, 40 wounded.

— Blue Springs, Tenn. Ninth Corps Army of the Ohio and Shackleford's Cav
Union 100 killed, wounded and missing. Confed. 68 killed and wounded, 150 miss-
ing.
11. — Henderson's Mill, Tenn. 5th Ind. Cav. Union 11 wounded. Confed. 30 killed
and wounded.

— Colliersviile, Tenn. 66th Ind., loth U. S. Regulars. Union 15 killed, 50
wounded.
12. — Jeffersonton, Va. 2d Cav. Div. Army of the Potomac. Union 12 killed, 80

wounded, 400 missing.
12 and 13. — Ingham's Mills and Wyatts, Miss. 2d la. Cav. Union 45 killed and
wounded. Confed. 50 killed and wounded.

— Culpeper and White Sulphur Springs, Va. Cav. Corps Army of the Potomac.
Union 8 killed, 40 wounded.

— Merrill's Crossing to Lamine Crossing, Mo. Mo. Enrolled Militia, 1st Mo. Militia
Battery, 1st, 4th and 7th Mo. Militia. Cav. Union 16 killed. Conled. 53 killed, 70
wounded.

— Blountville, Tenn. 3d Brigade of Shackleford's Cav. Unioa 6 wounded. Con-
fed. 8 killed, 26 wounded.

— Bulltown, Va. Detachments of 6th and 11th W. Va. Confed. 9 killed, 60
wounded.
14. — Auburn, Va. Portion of 1st Div. Second Corps. Union 11 killed, 42 wounded.
Confed. 8 killed, 24 wounded.

— Bristoe Station, Va. Second Corps, portion of 5th Corps, 2d Cav. Div. Army of
the Potomac. Union 51 killed, 329 wounded. Confed. 750 killed and wounded, 450
missing. Union Brigadier-General Malone killed. Confed. Brigadier-Generals
Cooke, Posey and Kirkland wounded.
15. — McLean's Ford, or Liberty Mills, Va. New Jersey Brigade of Third Corps.

Union 2 killed, 25 wounded. Confed. 60 killed and <vounded,
15 to 18. — Canton, Brownsville and Clinton, Miss. Portion of 15th and 17th Corps.

Union 200 lolled and wounded.
16. — Cross Timbers, Mo. 18th la. Confed. 2 killed, 8 wounded.

17. — Tampa Bay, Fla. Destruction of two blockade runners by U. S. gunboats
Tahoma and Adele. Union 3 killed, 10 wounded.



OCT 18.— Charlestown, W. Va. 9th Md. Union 12 killed, 1:> wounded, 379 nussing.

— Berrysville, Va. 34th Mass. , 17th Ind. Battery. Union 3 killed, 4 wounded.

Confed. 5 killed, 20 wounded.
19.— Buckland Mills, Va. 3d Div. of Kllpatrick's Cav. Union 20 killed, 60 wounded,

100 missing. Confed. 10 killed, 40 wounded.
20 and 22. —Philadelphia, Tenn. 4oth Ohio Mounted Infantry, 1st, 11th and 12th Ky.

Cav. , 24th Ind. Battery. Union 20 killed, 80 wounded, 354 missing, Confed. 15

killed, 82 wounded. 111 missing.
21. — Cherokee Station, Ala. 1st Div. Fifteenth Corps. Union 7 killed, 37 wounded.

Confed. 40 killed and wounded.
22.— Beverly Ford, Va. 2d Pa. and 1st Maine Cav. Union 6 killed.
25. — Pine Bluff. Ark. 5th Kan. and 1st Ind. Cav. Union 11 killed, 27 wonnded.

Confed 53 killed, 164 wounded.
20. — Cane Creek, Ala. 1st Div. Fifteenth Corps. Union 2 killed, 6 wounded. Con-
fed. 10 killed, oO wounded.

— Vincent's Cross Roads, or Bay Springs, Miss. 1st Ala. (Union) Cav. Union 14

killed, 25 wounded.
27.— Brown's Ferry, Tenn. Detachment of 2d Brigade 3d Div. of Fourth Corps.

Union 5 kiUed, 21 wounded.

— Wauhatchie, Tenn. Eleventh Corps and 2d Div. of Twelfth Corps. Union 76

killed, 329 wounded. Confed. 300 killed, 1,200 wounded.
28.— Leiper'a Ferry, Tenn. . 11th and oTth Ky., 112th 111. Union 2 killed, 5 wounded.
29. — Cherokee Station, Ala. 1st Division of Fifteenth Corps. Casualties not re-
corded.

NOV 3. — CentrevlUe and Piney Factory, Tenn. Detachments from vaiious regiments,
under Lieutenant-Colonel Scully. Confed. 15 killed.

— Grand Coteau, La. 3d and 4th Divisions of Thirteenth Corps. Union 26 killed,
124 wounded, 567 missing. Confed. GO killed, 320 wounded, 65 missing.
3 and 4. — Colliersville and Moscow, Tenn. Cav. Brigade of Sixteenth Corps. Union
7 killed, 57 wounded. Confed. 100 wounded.

C— RotersTille, Teim. 7th Ohio Cav., 2d Tertn. Mounted Infantry. 2d 111. Battery.
Union 5 killed, 12 wound«d, 650 missing. Confed. 10 killed, 20 wounded.
G.— Droop Mountain, Va. 10th W. Va., 28th Ohio, 14th Pa. Cav., 2d and 5th W. Va.
C;av., Battery B W. Va. Artil.
7. — Rappahannock Station. Va. 5th Wis., 5th and 6th Maine, 49th and 119th Pa.,
121at N. Y., »upported by balan«e of Sixth and portion of Fifth Corps. Union 370
killed and wounded. Confed. 11 killed, 98 wounded, 1,629 missing.
— KeUj's Ford, Va. Ist U. H. Sharjishooters, 40th N. Y., 1st and 20th Ind., 3d and
5th Mich., noth Pft. , supported by remainder of Third Corps. Union 70 killed and
wounded. Couf«jd. 5 killed, 59 wounded, 295 missing.
8.— ClarksTill*, Ark. lid Wis. Cav. Union 2 killed.
— Muddy Run, near Culpeper, Va. 1st Div. Cav. Div. Army of the Potomac.
Union 4 killed, 2.5 wounded.

il.— Natchez, Mias. 5.sth U. S. Colored. Union 4 killed, 6 wounded. Confed. 4
killed, 8 wounded.

13. — Trinity River, Cal. Two Co's 1st Battalion California Infantry. Union 2
wouuded.

14.— Huff's Ferry, Tenn. 11th Ohio, 107th 111., 11th and 13th Ky., 23d and 24th Mich.
Union 100 killed and wounded.

— Rockford, Tenn. 1st Ky. Cav., 45th Ohio Mounted Infantry. Union 25
wounded.
— Marysville, Tenn. 11th Kv. Cav. Union 100 killed and wounded.

15.— Loudon Creek, Tenn. llltK Ohio. Union 4 killed, 12 wounded. Confed. 6 killed,
10 wounded.

16.— Campbell's Station, Tenn. Ninth Corps, 2d Div. of Twenty-third Corps, Sander's
Cav. Union 60 killed, :340 wounded. Confed. 570 killed and wounded.

17.— Mount Jackson, Va. 1st N. Y. Cav. Union 2 kUled, 3 wounded. Confed. 27
missing.

17 to Dec. 4.— Siege of Knoxville, Tenn. Army of the Ohio, commanded by Major-
General Burnside, complete casualties not recorded, at Fort Sanders. Nov. 29 the
losses were. Union 20 kiUed, 80 wounded. Confed. 80 killed, 400 wounded, 300 cap-
tured.

19.— Union City. Tenn. 2d 111. Cav. Union 1 killed. Confed. 11 killed, 53 cap-
tured.

23 to 25. — Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain, Orchard Knob and Missionary Ridge,
Teim. Fourth and Fourteenth Corps, Army of the Cumberland. Major-General
George H. Thomas ; Eleventh, Geary's Div. of the Twelfth and the- Fifteenth Corps
Army of the Tennessee, Major-General W. T. Sherman. Union 757 kUied, 4,529
wounded, 330 missing. Confed. 361 killed, 2,181 wounded, 6,142 missing.

24. — Sparta, Tenn. 1st Term, and 9th Pa. Cav. Confed. 1 killed, 2 wounded.



NOV. 26 to 28. — Operations at Mine Run, Va., including Raccoon Ford, New Hope, Robert-
son's Tavern, Bartlett's Mills and Locust Grove. First Corps, Second Coi-ps, Third
Corps, Fifth Corps, Sixth Corps and 1st and 2d Cav. Divisions Army of the Poto-
mac. Union 100 killed, 400 wounded. Confed. 100 killed, -WO wounded.
27. — Cleveland, Tenn. 2d Brigade 2d Cav. Div. Confed. 200 captured.

— Ringgold and Tajlor's Bridge, Ga. Portions of Twelfth, Fourteenth and Fif-
teenth Corps. Union tJ8 killed, 351 wounded. Confed. 50 killed, 200 wounded, 230
missing.
27 to 29. — Fort Esperanza, Tex. Portions of 1st and 2d Div. Thirteenth Corps. Union
1 killed, 2 wounded. Confed. 1 killed.

DEC. 2.— "Walker's Ford, W. Va. 65th, 116th and 118th Tnd., 21st Ohio Battery, 5th Ind.

Cav. , 11th 111. Cav. Union 9 killed, 39 wounded. Confed. 25 killed, 50 wounded.
1 to 4. — Ripley and Moscow Station, Miss., and Salisbury, Tenn. 2d Brigade Cav.

Div. of Sixteenth Corps. Union 175 killed and wounded. Confed. 15 killed, 40

wounded. Union Colonel Hatch, commaudiiig, wounded.
7. — Creelsboro, Ky., and Celina, Tenn. 13th Ky. Cav. Confed. 15 killed.
8 to 21. — Averill's Raid in Southwestern Va. Union 6 killed, 5 wounded. Confed.

200 prisoners.
10 to 14. — Bean's Station and Morristown, Tenn. Shackleford's Cav. Union 700

killed and wounded. Confed. 922 killed and wounded, 150 prisoners.
17 to 2(;. — Rodney and Port Gibson, Mias. Miss. Marine Brigade. Union 2 killed.
19. — Barren Fork, Ind. Ter. 1st and 3d Kan., Indian Home Guards. Confed. .50

killed.
24 and 25.— Bolivar and Summerville, Tenn. ,7th lU. Cav. Union 3 killed, 8

wounded.
28. — Charleston, Tenn. Detachments of 2d Mo. and 4th Ohio Cav. guarding wagon
train. Union 2 killed, 15 wounded. Confed. 8 killed, 39 wounded. Ill captured.
29. — Talbot's Station and Mossy Creek, Tenn. Ist Brigade 2d Div. Twenty-third

Corps, 1st Tenn. Cav., 1st Wis. Cav., 2d and 4th Ind. Cav., 24th Ind. Battery.
SO.— St. Augustine, Fla. 10th Ct.. 24th Mass. Union 4 killed.

—Greenville, N. C. Detachments of 12th N. Y., Ist N. C. and 23d N. Y. Battery.

Union 1 killed, (> wounded. Confed. (> killed.

— Waldron, Ark. 2d Kan. Cav. Union 2 killed, 6 wounded.

1864.

JAN. 1 to 10. — Rectortown and Loudon Heights, Va. 1st Md. Cav., Potomac Home Brig-
ade. Union 29 killed and wounded, 41 missing. Confed. 4 killed, 10 wounded.
3.— Jonesville, Va. Detachment 16th 111. Cav., 22d Ohio Battery Union 12 Idlled,
48 wounded, 300 missing. Confed. 4 killed, 18 wounded.
7. — Martin's Creek, Ark. 11th Mo. Cav. Union 1 killed, 1 wounded.

12.— Mayfleld, Ky. 5Sth 111. Union 1 killed, 1 wounded. Confed. 2 killed.

13. — Mossy Creek, Tenn. McCook's Cav. Confed. 14 killed.

14. — Bealton, Va. One Co. 9th Mass. Union 2 wounded. Confed. 3 killed, 12
wounded.

16 and 17. — Dandridge, Tenn. Fourth Corps and Cav. Div. of Army of the Ohio.
Union 150 wounded.

20.— Tracy City, Tenn. Detachment 20th Ct. Union 2 killed.

23.— Rolling Prairie, Ark. 11th Mo. Cav. Union 11 killed.

24. — Baker Springs, Ark. 2d and 6th Kan. Cav. Union 1 killed, 2 wounded. Con-
fed. 6 killed, 2 wounded.

—Tazewell, Tenn. :34th Ky., 116th and llSth Ind., llth Tenn. Cav., 11th Mich.
Battery Confed. 31 killed.

27. — Fair Gardens or Kelly's Ford, Tenn. SturgLs' Cavalry. Union 100 killed and
wounded. Confed. 65 killed, 100 captured.

28.- Tunnel Hill, Ga. Part of Fourteenth Corps. Union 2 wounded. C^onfed. 32
wounded.

29.— Medley, W. Va. 1st and 14th W. Va., 23d III., 2d Md., Potomac Home Brigade,
4th W. Va. Cav., Ringgold (Pa.) Cav. Union 10 killed, 70 wounded. Confed. 100
wounded.

FEB. 1.— Smithfleld, Va. Detachments 99th N. Y., 21st Ct., 20th N. Y. Cav. 3d Pa. Artil.
and marines from U. S. Gunboats Minnesota and Smith Briggs. tfnion 90 miss-
ing.

1 to 3. — Bachelor Creek, Newport Barracks and New Berne, N. C. 132d N. Y., 9th
Vt., 17th Mass., 2d N. C, 12th N. Y. Cav., 3d N. Y. Artil. Union 16 killed, 50
wounded, 280 missing. Confed. 5 killed, 30 wounded.

1 to March 8. — Expedition up the Yazoo River, Miss. llth 111., 47th U. S. Colored,
3d U. S. Colored Cav. and a Taortion of Porter's Fleet of Gunboats. Union 35 killed,
121 wounded. Confed, 35 killed, 90 wounded.



FEB. 8 to March 5. — Expedition from Vicksburg to Meridan, Miss., including Champion
Hills, Raymond, Clinton, Jackson, Decatur, Chunky Station, occupation of Meri-
dan, Lauderdale Springs and Marion, Miss. Two Divisions of the Sixteenth and
three of the Seventeenth Corps, with the 5th 111.. 4th la., 10th Mo. and Foster's
(Ohio) Cav. Union 56 killed, 13S wounded, 105 missing. Confed. 503 killed and
wounded. 213 missing.
5. — Quail town, N. C. Detachment of 14th 111. Cav. Union 3 killed, 6 wounded.

Confed. 50 captured, including Major-General Vance.
6. — Bolivar, Tenn. Detachment of 7th Ind. Cav. Union 1 killed, 3 wounded. Con-
fed 30 wounded.

— Morton's Ford, Va. Portion of Second Corps. Union 10 killed, 201 wounded.
Confed. 100 missing.
7. — Barnett's Ford, Va. Brigadier-General Merritt's Cav. Union 20 killed and
wounded.

— Vidalia, La. 30th Mo., 64th U. S. Colored, 6th U. S. Artil. Colored. Confed. 6
killed, 10 w^ounded.
9.— Morgan's Mills, Ark. Detachments of 4th Ark., 11th Mo. Cav., 1st Neb. Cav.

Union 1 killed, 4 wounded. Confed. 65 killed and wounded.
9 to 14.— Barber's Place, St. Mary's River, Lake City and Gainesville, Fla. 40th
Mass. Mounted Infantry and Independent (Mass.) Cav. Union 4 killed, 16 wounded.
Confed. 4 killed, 48 wounded.
10 to 25.— Smith's Raid from Germantown, Tenn., into Mississippi, Smith's and
Grierson's Cav. Divisions. Union 43 killed, 267 wounded. Confed. 50 wounded,
300 captured.
12.— Rock House, "W. Va. 14th Ky. Confed. 12 killed, 4 wounded.
14. — Ross Landing, Ark. 51st U. S. Colored. Union 13 killed. 7 wounded.

— Brentsville, Va. 13th Pa. Cav. Union 4 killed, 1 wounded.
14 and 15. — Waterproof, La. 49th U. S. Colored and U. S. Gunboat Forest Rose.

Union 8 killed, 14 wounded. Confed. 15 killed.
19. — Grosse Tete Bayou, La. 4th Wis. Cav. Union 2 wounded, Confed. 4 killed, 6
vrounded.

— "\\ augh's Farm, near Batesville, Ark. 4th Ark., 11th Mo. Cav. Union 3 killed,
4 wounded. Confed. 6 killed, 10 wounded.
20. — Holston River, Tenn. 4th Tenn. Union 2 killed, 3 wounded. Confed. 5 killed,

10 wounded.
20.— Olustee, or Silver Lake, Fla. 47th, 48th and 115th N. Y., 7th Ct., 7th N. H.. 40th
Mass , 8th and 54th U. S. Colored, 1st N. C. Colored, 1st Mass Cav., 1st and 3d U.
S. Artil. , 3d R. I. Artil. Union 193 killed, 1,175 wounded, 460 missing. Confed.
100 killed, 400 wounded.
22.— Mulberry Gap, Tenn. 9th Tenn. Cav. Union 13 killed and wounded, 256 cap-
tured.

— Drainesville, Va. Detachment 2d Mass. Cav. Union 10 killed, 7 wounded, 57
captured. Confed. 2 killed, 4 wounded.

— Johnson's Mills, Tenn. Detachment of 24 men 5th Tenn. Cav., captured and mas-
sacred bv Ferguson's guerrillas. ,
23 and March 18.— Calf Killer Creek, Tenn. 5th Tenn. Cav. Union 8 kiUed, 3

wounded. Confed. 3 kiUed.
25 to 27. — Buzzard Roost, Tunnel Hill and Rocky Pace, Ga. Fourth and Fourteenth
Corps and Cav.' Corps Army of Cumberland. Union 17 killed, 272 wounded. Con-
fed. 20 killed, 120 wounded.

27 and 28.— Near Canton, Miss. Foraging Detachments of 3d and 32d la. Union 2
killed, G wounded. Confed. 3 killed, 15 wounded.

28 to March 4. — Kilpatrick's Raid, Stevensburg to Richmond, Va. Kilpatrick's Cav.
Union 3'30 killed, wounded and captured. Confed. 308 killed, wounded and cap-
tured.

MAR. 1. — Stanardsville and Button's Ford, Rapidan, Va. Custer's Cav. Union 10
wounded. Confed. 30 captured,
2. — Harrishurg, La. Porter's Miss. Squadron. Union 2 killed, 14 wounded.
5. — Panther Springs, Tenn. One Co. od Tenn. Union 2 killed, 8 wounded, 22 cap-
tured. Confed. 30 wounded.
7. — Decatur, Ala. Army of the Tennessee, commanded by Brigadier-General
Dodge.
9.— Suffolk, Va. 2d U. S. Colored Cav. Union 8 kiUed, 1 wounded. Confed. 25

wounded.
14 — Fort De Russy, La. Detachments of Sixteenth and Seventeenth Corns and Por-
ter's Miss. Squadron. Union 7 killed, 41 wounded. Confed. 5 killed, 4 wounded,
2ti0 prisoners.
15. — Clarendon, Ark. 8th Mo. Cav. Union 1 killed, 3 wounded.
17. — Manchester, Tenn. 5th Tenn. Cav. Confed. 21 killed.

21. — Henderson Hills, La. Detachments of Sixteenth Corps and Cav. Div. Nine-
teenth Corps. Union 1 wounded. Confed. 8 killed, 250 captured.



M A R. 24.— Union City, Ky. 7th Tenn. Cav. 450 men captured by Forrest.

25— Fort Anderson, Paducah, Kv. 132d 111., Kith Ky. Cav., 8th U. S. Coloi. .1 Artil.
Union 14 killed, 40 wounded. Confed. 10 killed, 40 wounded. Confed. Brigadier-
General Thompson killed.

26 to .m— Longview and Mt. Elba, Ark. 2Sth Wis., 5th Kan. Cav., 7th Mo. Cav
Union 4 killed, IS wounded. Confed. 12 killed, 35 wounded, oOO captured.

28.— Charleston, 111. Attack on 54th 111. by mob of Copperheads while returning to
the front from veteran furlough. Union 2 killed, 8 wounded. Confed. 3 killed, 4
wounded, 12 prisoners.

29. — Bolivar, Tenn. 6th Tenn. Cav. Union 8 kiUed, 35 wounded.

31.— Near Snydersville, Miss. 3d U. S. Colored Cav. Union 16 killed, 3 wounded.
Confed. 3 killed, 7 wounded.

APRIL 1.— Near Augusta, Ark. 8d Minn., 8th Mo. Cav. Union 8 killed, 16 wounded. Con-
fed. 15 killed, 45 wounded.

2.— Spoonville, Ark. 2'.»th la., 9th Wis., .50th Ind., with 1st Mo. Cav. Union 10
killed, 35 wounded. Confed. 100 kiUed and wounded.

—Crumps Hill, or Pinev Woods, La. 14th N. Y. Cav., 2d La., 2d 111. and 16th
Mo. Cav., 5th U. S. Colored Artil. Union 20 wounded. Confed. 10 killed, 25
wounded.
3.— Okalona, Ark. 27th Wis., 40th la., 77th Ohio, 43d 111., 1st Mo. Cav., 13th III.

Cav. Union 16 killed, 74 wounded. Confed. 75 killed and wounded.
4.— Campti, La. 35th la., 5th Minn., 2d and 18th N. Y. Cav., 3d R. I. Cav. Union

10 killed. 18 wounded. Confed. 3 killed, 12 wounded
4 to 6.— Elkin's Ford Ark. 43d Ind., 29th and o6th la., 1st la. Cav., Battery E 2d
Mo. Light Artil. IJniou 5 killed, 33 wounded. Confed. 18 killed, 30 wounded.
5. — Roseville, Ark. • Seventy-five men of 2d and 6th Kan. Cav., m engagement with
guerrillas. Union 19 killed, 11 wounded. Confed. 15 killed, 25 wounded, 11 cap-
tured.

— Stone's Farm. Twenty-six men of 6th Kan. Cav., in engagement with guerrillas,
11, including Assistant- Surgeon Fairchilds, captured and massacred.
6.— Quicksand Creek, Ky. Co. I. 14th Ky. Confed. 10 killed, 7 wounded.
7. — Wilson's Farm, La. Advance Cav. of Nineteenth Coi-ps. Union 14 killed, 39
wounded. Confed. 15 killed, 40 wounded, 100 captured.
7.— Near Port Hudson, La. Detachment 118th lU. Cav., 3d III. Cav., 21st N. Y.
Battery. Union 1 killed, 4 wounded.

8 and 9. — Sabine Cro.ss Roads and Pleasant Hills, La. Portions of Thirteenth, Six-
teenth and Nineteenth Corps and Cav. Div. Army of Dept. of the Gulf. Union 300
killed, 1 600 wounded, 2,100 missing. Confed. 600 killed, 2,400 wounded, .500 miss-
ing. Union Major-General Franklin and Brigadier-General Ransom wounded.
Confed. Major-General Mouton and Brigadier-General Parsons killed.

10 to 13. — Prairie D'Ann, Ark. 3d Div. Seventh Corps. Union 100 killed and



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