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ion was ordered, soon after, to the Peninsula, where it was used in forming the Sixth Corps, its place in McDowell's command being taken by Ricketts' Division. In June, McCall's Division — the famous Pennsylvania Reserves--was also sent to the Peninsular Army, but upon the return of McClellan's forces to Washington, the Reserves ts next battle, it lost 209 killed, 945 wounded and 91 missing, principally in Jameson's and Berry's Brigades of Kearny's Division. Five fresh regiments joined in June, increasing its report of June 20th to 27,474 present and absent, of whom 18,428 were reported present for duty, equipped; this included eight batteries of light aor two months, during which it served as an army of occupation, its pleasant quarters and light duty making it the most enjoyable period within its experience. In June it was ordered to the support of Grant, who was then besieging Vicksburg, and proceeding there promptly, it participated in the investment of that place, although
on Head, where it remained on picket duty until June; then it joined the forces operating in Charlesdivision was transferred to the Fifth Corps; in June the regiment was transferred to Crawford's (3d)d, 155 wounded, and 15 missing; total, 192. In June it was transferred to the First Brigade, with wnter. In May, 1862, it went to Suffolk, and in June joined McClellan's army, then before Richmond, paign of Gordon's Division, up the Peninsula in June, and in the Maryland march, soon after Gettysbuficiency of the regiment. It took the field in June, proceeding to Cumberland, Md., in which viciniained at Murfreesboro from January, 1863, until June, when it moved southward with the Army, its nex in March, to Kentucky; it remained there until June, when it joined Grant's Army at Vicksburg. The where it was stationed at various points until June, when it was assigned to the First Brigade, Fir--Organized at Leavenworth in May, 1861, and in June, was ordered into Missouri where it joined Gene[4 more...]