[Title continues:] A treatise on the extent and nature of the mortuary losses in the Union regiments, with full and exhaustive statistics compiled from the official records on file in the state military bureaus and at Washington. By William F. Fox, Lt. Col., U. S. V., president of the Society of the Twelfth Army Corps; late president of the 107th N. Y. Veteran Volunteers' Association; and member of the New York Historical Society. Albany: Albany Publishing Company, 1889. 10 3/4 x 8 3/8". vi, 595pp. Original cloth, water-staining on covers, not affecting text except terminal blanks, but leaving some rippling. A fair, sound copy. Collated and complete. Chapters are: "The casualties of war - maximum of killed in Union regiments - maximum of percentages"; "Maximum of regimental loss in killed, in any one battle - proportion of wounded to killed"; "Percentage of killed in regiments, in particular battles - comparison of such losses with those of European regiments"; "Loss in officers - list of generals killed - surgeons and chaplains killed"; "Aggregate casualties compared with those of foreign wars - loss in each arm of the service - deaths from disease - classification of deaths by causes"; "The colored troops - history of their organization - their losses in battle and by disease"; "Muster-out rolls - anthropological statistics"; "The corps organizations in the Union armies - a history of each"; "Famous divisions and brigades"; "Three hundred fighting regiments - statistics and historical sketch of each"; "Complete list of battles, with regiments sustaining greatest loss in each, and their casualties"; "Complete list of regiments and batteries in the Union army, with mortuary loss in each - the number killed and the deaths from disease, or other causes"; "Aggregate of deaths in the Union armies, by state - total enlistment by states - percentage of military population furnished, and percentages of loss - strength of the Army at various dates - casualties in the Navy"; "The greatest battles of the war - list of victories and defeats - chronological list of battles with loss in each, Union and Confederate"; "Confederate losses - strength of the Confederate armies - casualties in Confederate regiments - list of generals killed - losses in the Confederate navy - in conclusion." This book may require additional postage.