On returning to the city, the regiment went into camp on the north-west side of the city, near the Chattanooga Railroad.
While there, the time was mainly occupied in picket-duty, drill, etc. On the twenty-second of October, it went on another foraging expedition, under command of Colonel E. A. Carman, which lasted three days. The distance marched was forty-four miles. The amount of supplies obtained was unknown to me. On returning, the regiment went into its old camp.
November 2.--The regiment marched, with the Thirteenth New-Jersey, One Hundred and Fiftieth New-York, and Twenty-seventh Indiana, of the same brigade, with one section of artillery and a small body of cavalry — all the force being under the command of Colonel E. A. Carman--on a reconnaissance in the direction of the Chattahoochee River.
We returned the same day, without meeting with either enemy or casualty.
The whole distance marched was fifteen miles.
November 13.--The regiment moved in the di