CHAP. LIT.] THE RICHMOND CAMPAIGN. 937
List of casualties in Hagood's brigade on August 21,1864, in an attack on enemy's works
Command. Killed Wounded. Missing.
Commissioned offi- Non-commissioned .5 i Non-commissioned . Commissioned offi- Non-commissioned i'j
cers. officers. -, 03 1 officers. Privates. cers. officers. ,-
t. Ol .. ;4
;-... TE 11.
Field and staff . . ...... 2 1 1 w.00 tames 5 1 56
?7th Regiment South Carolina Volunteers 2 2 2 7 8 10 48
25th Regiment South Carolina Volunteers 2 2 1 9 4 14 29
?1st Regiment South Carolina Volunteers 1 1 4 3 9 22
11th Regiment South Carolina Volunteers. 3 7 3 7 9 72
7th South Carolina Battalion 3 12
4 10 13 26 86 28 54 227
Commissioned officers 41
Enlisted men 407
Brigade staff: 'Captain Molony, assistant adjutant-general, killed; Lieutenant Martin, aide-de-
camp, wounded; making aggregate 450.
NOTE.—The wounded are those so slightly hurt as to get back sf themselves from the field of battle.
The killed are those whom we are certain were killed; their bodies are with the enemy. The missing
are the killed and wounded left on the field, together with the few, if any, who remained there unhurt.
Report of Lieut. Gen. Richard S. Ewell, C. S. Army, commanding De-
partment of Richmond, of operations September 29.
CHAFFIN'S BLUFF, September 29, 1864-3 p. m.
GENERAL: The attack on Fort Gilmer was repulsed by Generals
Field and Gregg, handsomely. We will take the offensive as soon as
troops come up. R. S. EWELL.
(Copy sent to Secretary of War.)
Report of Col. James R. Hagood, First South Carolina Infantry, of
operations August 14??December 10.
HEADQUARTERS FIRST SOUTH CAROLINA INFANTRY,
December 20, 1864.
On the 14th of August the enemy attacked our position in heavy
force, breaking the skirmish line of the regiment on my left and pen-
" For portion of 'repos,* here omitted see Vol. XXXVI, Part I, p. 1068, and Vol. XL,
Part I, p. 767.