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Harmon Newton sick in quarters. Jan. 4. George H. Innis returned to duty. Serg't. Geo. H. Putnam sick. Jan. 5. William Rawson sick in quarters. Serg't. Alden sick in quarters. Jan. 6. Wm. Rawson returned to duty. Joseph Brooks and John Norton * * * Jan. 7. Francis Loham sick in Camp Hospital. Serg'ts Alden and Putnam returned to duty. Jan. 8. Harmon Newton returned to duty. C. N. Barker sick in quarters. Jan.9. S. J. Bradlee and Joseph Brooks returned to duty. Jan. 10. Joseph Cross and W. S. Roundy sick in quarters. Jan. 11. James Dwight returned to duty. Jan. 12. W. S. Roundy returned to duty. Jan. 14. C. E. Woodis sick in quarters. Jan. 15. Wm. Rawson sick in quarters. Jan. 18. John M. Ramsdell sick in quarters. Jan. 19. Wm. Rawson returned to duty. Richard Martin and A. D. Bacon sick in quarters. Jan. 20. Richard Martin returned to duty. John W. French and James Dwight sick in quarters. Jan. 21. James Dwight and John M. R
his 5th day Jan'y 1864. Jan. 6. Private John Ramsdell and Francis Loham reported for duty. Four horses unserviceable. Jan. 7. Corp'l John H. Stevens and Leroy E. Hunt reported to quarters. Privates Sulham, Ewell and Wilson, re-enlisted veteran volunteers, started on 35 days furlough. Jan. 8. Corp'l Stevens reported for duty. Jan. 9. Received this P. M. from Brig. General Devens as recruits privates Michael B. O'Neil, Wm. M. Bastable, James Kay, T. (P)? Hill, John Nesbit. Jan. 10. Private John W. Bailey received furlough for 10 days to visit Canton, Mass. Capt. J. Henry Sleeper received leave of absence to go to Baltimore, Md. Jan. 11. Two horses turned over to Capt. L. H. Pierce A. A. Q. Leroy E. Hunt reported for duty. Jan. 12. One horse died; disease, glanders. Jan. 13. Capt. J. Henry Sleeper returned from furlough. Jan. 16. Lieut. Henry H. Granger returned from furlough. One horse shot, by order Inspector General Jan. 17. Privates Nesbitt and Max
xcused from duty. Jan. 6. Corp. Pease and privates McAllister and Campbell reported to quarters. Private F. A. Cook reported from brigade hospital. Privates J. P. Brown, T. Ellworth, D. C. Blackmer, M. Campbell, James A. Lucas, H. N. Bemis on detached duty at Q. M. Dept., Art'y Brig. 2nd Corps. Jan. 7. Corp. Pease reported to quarters: Jan. 8. Lieut. J. Webb Adams on furlough of 20 days. Corp. G. A. Pease reported to quarters. Jan. 9. Corp. G. A. Pease reported to quarters. Jan. 10. Corp. Pease, privates Floytrop and Otis reported to quarters. One horse died—farcy. Jan. 11. Corp. Pease reported to quarters. Private L. Ham returned to duty from brigade hospital. Jan. 12. Corp. A. F. Richardson absent without leave. Private Hiram P. Ring a furlough of 15 days to Millbury, Mass., and to Maine. Jan. 13. Private M. Campbell returned to duty from Q. M. Dept. Corp. A. F. Richardson absent without leave. Jan. 14. Corp. Pease and Private Ham reported to quarte