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NAY 19-JULY 4, 1863.—The Siege of Vicksburg, Miss.
No. 1.—Organization of the Union forces, operating against Vicksburg, Maj. Gen,
Ulysses S. Grant, U. S.,Army, commanding, May 18-July 4.
No. 2.—Return of Casualties in the Union forces engaged at Vicksburg, May 19.
No. 3.—Return of Casualties in the Union forces in the assault on Vicksburg,
No. 4.—General Summary of Casualties in the Union forces during the operations
against Vicksburg, May 1-July 4.
No. 5.--Capts. Frederick E. Prim' and Cyrus B. Comstock, U. S. Corps of Engi-
neers, Chief Engineers Army of the Tennessee.
No. 6.—Lieut. Peter C. Haim, U. S. Corps of EngineerS, Chief Engineer Thirteenth
No. 7.—Capt. William L. B. Jenney, additional aide-de-camp, U. S. Army, Acting
Engineer Officer Fifteenth Army Corps, including operations since May 9.
No. 8.—Capt. William Kossak, additional aide-de-camp, U. S. Army, Acting Engi-
No. 9.—Capt. Henry C. Freeman, additional aide-de-camp, U. S. Army, Acting En-
gineer Officer Fourth Division, Sixteenth Army Corps.
No. 10.—Capt. Andrew Hickenlooper, Chief Engineer Seventeenth Army Corps, in-
cluding operations since April 17.
No. 11.—Capt. Stewart R. Tresilian, Engineer Officer Third Division, including opera-
tions since April 25.
No. 12.—Maj. Gen. Edward 0. C. Ord, U. S. Army, commanding Thirteenth Army
No. 13.—Brig. Gen. Peter J. Osterhaus, U. S. Army, commanding Ninth Division.
No. 14.—Capt. Charles H. Lanphere, Seventh Michigan Battery, including operations
May 16 and 17.
No. 15.—Lieut. Oscar F. Nutting, First Wisco,psin Battery.
No. 16.—Brig. Gen. Albert L. Lee, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade.
No. 17.—Col. James Keigwin, Forty-ninth Indiana Infantry, commanding First Bri-
No. 18. —Col. John G. Fonda, One hundred and eighteenth Illinois Infantry, includ-
ing operations May 16 and 17.
No. 19.—Col. Thomas J. Lucas, Sixteenth Indiana Infantry, First Brigade, Tenth
Division, including operations since April 13.
No. 20.—Col. Peter. J. Sullivan, Forty-eighth Ohio Infantry, Second Brigade,.includ-
ing operations since December 20,1862. _
No. 21.—Brig. Gen. Alvin P. Hovey, U. S. Army, commanding Twelfth Division.
No. 22.—Maj. Salue G. Van Anda, Twenty-first Iowa Infantry, Second Brigade, Four-
No. 23.—Maj. Joseph B. Atherton, Twenty-second Iowa Infantry.
No. 24.—Capt. Charles N. Lee, Twenty-second Iowa Infantry, including operations
since May 1.
No. 25.—Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman, U. S. Army, commanding Fifteenth Army
No. 26.—Lieut. Col. Simeon D. Swan, Fourth Iowa Cavalry, Fifteenth Army Corps.
* See also the general reports of Grant, Johnston, McClernand, and Pemberton ;
battle of Port Gibson, reports of Buehler and Carr ; engagement at Raymond, reports
of Davis, Campbell, Sanborn, John E. Smith, and John D. Stevenson ; engagement at
Jackson, reports of Alexander, Bouck, Buckland, Deimling, Hillis, Holmes, Hubbard,
Mattbies, Sherman, Thomas, and Tuttle (Part I) ; and engagement at Champion's
Hill, rep:iris of Burbridge. Guppey, Lindsey, Osterhans, and Putnam. Also Appen-
dix, pp. 689-698.