esboro pike, and next morning relieved Van Cleve, who returned to his position in the left wing.
disposition for January 1, 1863.
After careful examination, and free consultation with corps commanders, followed by a personal examination of thde, Fourth division, (Second brigade, Second division, left wing,) Fourteenth army corps, from December 26, 1862, to January 1, 1863.
The Nineteenth brigade, of Nelson's old Fourth division, was organized under its present commander in January, 1 mortally wounded, died at six o'clock, January fifth, 18（3 ; Lieut.-Col. Moses F. Wooster, mortally wounded, died January first, 1863 ; First Lieutenant Asa B. Hillyer, mortally wounded, died January fourth, 1863; Second Lieut. John B. Biddle, killl I was relieved at one o'clock A. M., when I was again ordered to the rear for refreshments and rest.
On the first of January, 1863, I was ordered to the rear and centre of Van Cleve's and Wood's divisions, where I remained until twelve o'clock