ht shelling from General Wheeler's guns.
December 19.--Under orders from the Brigadier-General c
December 18th.--Lay in same position.
December 19th.--Crossed at daylight on flatboats, to thnd responsibility of the expedition.
December nineteenth, I recrossed my regiment with the balanOhio volunteers,Wounded, left foot, severe,19th December.
2Frederick Hoff,Corporal, 5th Ohio volunwell,Private,B,66th Ohio volunteers,Killed,19th December.
6James Atkinson,Private,D,66th Ohio volunteers,Killed,19th December.
7E. Kyle,Corporal,E,66th Ohio volunteers,Wounded, severe,19th Decembeate,E,66th Ohio volunteers,Wounded, slight,19th December.
9S. Keltner,Private,I,66th Ohio volunteers,Wounded, severe,19th December.
10Levi S. Mathart,Private,C,147th Pennsylvania volunteers,Woundeolunteers,Wounded, leg, mortal, since died,19th December.
12Martin Sachs,Private,F,147th Pennsylvapiece of shell; Lewis Harry, company I, December nineteenth, wounded severely, left leg amputated,