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he death of Private Albert N. A. Maxwell who died at Carver General Hospital, Washington, Feb. 20, 1864. Privates Carter, G. W. Stetson, F. Mils and A. Merrill reported for duty. Received five enlisted men from draft rendezvous, Long Island. Feb. 29. Privates Ellis A. Friend and J. W. Thayer reported to quarters. March 1. Privates E. A. Foster, T. E. Carter, E. B. Mullett, reported to quarters, P. E. Neagle and Henry L. Ewell absent sick on surgeon's certificate. March 2. Privates Whiin, extra or daily duty as teamster since Mar. 1, 1864. April 28. Four horses received from Capt. W. H. D. Cochrane, A. A. Q. M. April 29. Patrick E. Neagle reported deserter. Received a furlough for 10 days to go to Boston Feb. 16, 1864. Feb. 29, received affidavit of N. L. Shaw, M. D., Mass. Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary, Boston, that he was under treatment and ordered him to remain for a few days longer. He has not since returned. Dropped as a deserter. April 30. Charles E. P