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Killed, Wounded, and Prisoners.

Remarks.

Union.

Confed.

30 k. 180 w..

Confed. loss not reported.
Confederates defeated with con-

siderable loss.
40 k. and w., 30 p.
8 or 10 k. and w..

ik. 5 w.

17 p. 3 W

18 k. 74 w

8 k. 20 w..
several k. 40 p...
6 k. 15 w. 208 p...
8 k. ......

Confederates defeated.

200 cattle captured. 30 k. and w.

3 Confederate lieutenants and 40

horses and carts captured.

16 P.

8k, 10 w

25 P

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14 k, several w.
4 k...

100 p..

30 horses captured. Confederates defeated.

10 w.

Several k..

Confederates defeated.

45 k. 40 p.

16 k 18 w......

Confederates defeated.

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13 Tuscumbia, Ala.....
14 Kingston, N. C.

Gen. Foster. Gen. Evans.... 17 Goldsboro, N. C...

Geu. Foster.. Gen. Evang.... 18 Lexirgton, Ky..

Col. B. G. Inger-
soll.

Gen. Forrest... 21 Davis Mills, Wolf River, Miss. Col.K. H. Morgan Gen. Van......

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24 Near Munfordsville, Ky. Capt. Dickeys... Gen. Morgan... 25 Near Munfordsville, Ky. Col. Gray. Gen. Morgan... 27 Dumfries, Va....

Col. C. Candy.. Gens. Stuart &

Fitz Hugb Lee. 28 Elkford, Ky...

Maj. Foley.. 27-29 Vicksburg, Miss.

Gen, Sherman..Gen. Johnston.. 30 Parker's Cross Reade, Tenn... Gen. Sullivan... Geu. Forrest.... 1863. Jan'y 2 Stone River, or Murfreesboro, Tenn

Gen. Rosecrans. Gen. Bragg.....

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Killed, Wounded, and Prisoners.

Union.

Remarks

('onfed.

Confeil. Jefented with severe 1098. io k. & w., 1.15 p. Confederates defeated.

23 k. and w.

92 p.

8 k. 30 p.

Confederates repulsed.

I k. 2 p.

400 p...

495 k. 600 w 1500 k. and w.... Confederates defeated.

Logs about

the 55 k. 100 w

Same.

Federals surrendered. 11 k. 30 w.

13 pieces artillery, etc., captured. k... 5 k. 10 w.

Confederates defeated. 1512 k., 6000 w., &

Loss 1800..... Federals repulsed. 4 k. 14 w

Confederates routed. 90 k, 478 w. 71 k. 268 w., 400 p. 13 pieces of artillery captured.

Confederates defeated.

2078 p.

70 p.,

40 k.

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Federals defeated. 2 k., 30 w., 20 p..100 stand of Confederate arms left

23 p..

on the field.

Federals defeated.
9 k. 22 w. Confederates defeated.

10 k and w

30 or 40 k. and w. Confederates routed.

30 k., 176 w., 51 p. 80 Confederate horses captured. 191 k.982 w.756 m

Confederate loss not reported. 200 k. and w..... 600 w.

Confederates defeated.

1633 k., 6000 W.

10 k. and w.,

Confed3. defeated. Their loss

over 10,000, of which 9,000 were killed and wounded.

10 p.

17 k. 50 w.

3w.

Fed. loss 104.. 85 k and w.

Confederate logs 200. 8 k., 20 w., 46 p..

Confederates defeated. 150 k. and w. 150 p

Commanders

Date.

Naines and Places of Battles, En

gagements, and Skirinishes.

Union.

Confed.

1863.
Jan'y 11 Capture of Fort Hindman, on Adm. Porter and
the Arkansas River..... Gen. McCler-

nand.... Gen. Chuchill.
26 Near Woodbury, Tenn.. Gen. Palmer..
30 Trenton, Tenn...

Col. Wood.. Capt. Dawson.. 30 Deserted House, 9 miles from Suffolk, Va..

Gen. Corcoran.. Gen. Pryor..... 31 Near Nashville, Tenn.. Feb'y 8 Mingo Swamp, Mo.. Maj. Reeder D. McGee.. 3 Fort Donelson, Tenn.. Col. Harding... Wheeler and

Forrest... 4 Near Lake Providence, La...

"3d La."
10 Old River, La..

Capt. Tucker.
12 Near Bolivar, Tenn..
16 Canesville, Tenn.

Col. Monroe.... Morgan's Cav...

15 Nolepsville, Tenn.... Sergt. Holmes..
15 Arkadelphia, Ark.

Capt. Brown..
19 Coldwater, Miss....

Lt. Col. Wood.. 20 Yazoo Pags..

5th Illinois..... 26 Woodstock, Va.

27 15 miles from Newbern, N. C. Capt. Jacobs... March 1 Bradyville, Tenn

Gen. Rosecrans. Morgan.
2 Near Petersburg, Tenn.
2 Aldie, Va..

Capt. Schultze. . Mosby
4 Chapel Hill, Tenn.

Col. Johnson... Col Roger.. 5 Near Franklin, Tenn... COL Colburn....Van Dorn..,

61

7 Unionville, Tenn...
10 Near Covington, Tenn.
17 Kelly's Ford, Va...
17 Ne. Franklin, Va
18 Lerwick Bay, La
20 Near Milton, Tenn.

Gen. Manly Gen. Russell...
COL Grierson... Col. Richardson
Gen. Averill.
COL Spear.
Capt. Perkins..
Col. Hall....... Morgan and

Breckinridge.
Quantrell.....

22 Near Blue Spring, Mo....
29 Near Somerville, Tenn.
30 Near Somerset, Ky...

30 Point Pleasant, W. Va. April 1 Doanesville, Va......

2 Woodbury, Tenn..
2 In Jackson Co., Mo..

Gen. Gillmore. . Pegram

Gen. Jenking...
1st Vermont. Capt. Mosby....
Gen. Hazen.
Maj. Ransom. Hicke.

Killed, Wounded, and Prisoners.

Remarks.

Union.

('onfed.

Nearly 1000 k., w.

and missing. 550 k. & w. 5000 p. ! k. 9 w. 35 k. 100 p......

Confederates defeated.. 34 p. or killed.

Loss in killed aud wounded on.

each side about 60.
12 k., 12 w., 300 p
9 k. 20 w.

D. McGee killed.

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30 p..

12 k, 30 w.

100 k. 400 w. 300 p Confederates repulsed.
130 k. and w.....

90 horses taken. 8 k. and w.

11 k. and w., 25 p. Confederates defeated.
4 k. 5 w......

Federals defeated.
20 k., many w., 6 p. 50 horses, 300 stand of arms oup

tured,
8 k., 20 w.,

4
p..

Confederates defeated,
2 k. 12 w.
14 k. 12 w...

Confederates defeated. 6 k., 3 W., 16 p.

Federals routed. 6 w 6 k. 26 p.

Confederates dispersed. 200 k. and p..

Confederates defeated. Iw 3 k. 48 p..

Confederates defeated. 15 k. and w.

8 k., 30 w., 89 p.. Confederates retreated.
12 k. 20 w.

Confederates defeated.

Confederates defeated.
12 k. 72 p.
100 k., 300 w, and

120 k. 300 w..... Federals defeated.
50 k. 180 w......

Confederates defeated.
25 k. many p..

Federals defeated. I k. 16 w.

Federals retreated.. 10 k, 20.w.......

Confederates defeated, 7 k. 3 w

40 k. 140 w. 12 m. . Confederates defeated, 9k; 5. m. several w.

Federals defeated. 40 k: and w..

Confederates defeated.

Conf. loss 350. 450 cattle napt'rd 12 k. 14 P.. and

Federals defeated,
p. .

12 k. 30 w. and p. Confederates defeated,
17 k..

1200 p.

86 p...

1 k. 1 w.. 60 k., W.,

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