The Papers of Ulysses S. Grant: April 1 - August 31, 1862 - Vol. 5

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burg, or Shiloh, on the 6th & 7th inst. together with the Brigade and Regimental Reports. The reports of the 2nd and 6th Divisions, Commanded by Brig Generals. Wallace and Prentiss are necessarily imperfect; the former having been mortally wounded the first day of the Battle ( and General McArthur who succeeded in command being also wounded and unable to continue in the Field) and the latter taken prisoner on the afternoon of the 6th. As soon as Regimental and Brigade Reports are received they will be forwarded with Genl McClernand's whose report is not yet in

I am Sir Very Respectfully
Your Obt Servt
U. S. GRANT
Maj. Gen Com

To CAPTAIN AND C KEMPER

LS, DNA, RG 393, Dept. of the Miss., Letters Received. Andrew C. Kemper of Ohio was appointed capt. and asst. adjt. gen. on Nov. 16, 1861. Reports of the battle of Shiloh from officers of USG's command are printed in O. R., I, x, part 1, 113-291; ibid., I, lii, part 1, 21-26. See also SED, 37-2-66.


To Capt. Nathaniel H. McLean

Head Quarters Army of Tennessee
Pittsburgh, April 26, 1862

CAPT N H MCLEAN
A A. GENL DEPT OF THE MISS
CAPT

I would respectfully ask that Lt J Vestal, 1 53rd Ind Vols, and the detail of men from the same Regiment be ordered to join their proper

command at this place. Col Zam 2 of Genl Buells forces being senior to the Col of the 53rd Ind Regt 3 took command at Savanna, where he had been left and I ordered the

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