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heavy division of camp-fires, and by laying out a line of battle with torches, which answered the purpose. On Saturday, January third, it rained heavily from three o'clock in the morning; the ploughed ground over which our left would be obliged tght we threw up an abattis of rails, and lay on our arms without fires in a drenching rain. The next morning (Saturday, January third) we expected an attack, but none occurred during the day. That night we changed position to the right again, notn on double-quick to the left of the lines, and lay in line of battle during the night and till the afternoon of Saturday, January third, at which time, being quite sick, Col. Carlin granted me permission to go to the fires in the rear. Captain McDmorning Gen. Sheridan put us in position, where we remained until Sunday morning without further casualties. On Saturday, January third, I got the piece repaired which was disabled December thirty-first. Some field-officer, on December thirty-fi