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John D. Billings, The history of the Tenth Massachusetts battery of light artillery in the war of the rebellion 1 1 Browse Search
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eported to quarters. Feb. 20. Privates .Wm. Rawson and Alvin Thompson from Camp Parole (Exchanged Prisoners). Private B. H. Phillips returned to duty from General Hospital. Feb. 21. Private E. J. Wilson returned to duty from brigade headquarters. Private T. W. Strand detailed as orderly at brigade headquarters. Private Joseph Cross returned to duty from furlough. One horse died; exhaustion. Feb. 22. Maj. J. Henry Sleeper returned to duty from leave of absence. Feb. 23. Privates Harry Chase and Thresher sick in quarters. Feb. 24. Privates H. Chase and Thresher sick in quarters. Second Lieut. Milbrey Green on leave and Private James Dwight on furlough to Mass. of 20 days each. Eight horses received from Q. M. D., Art'y Brigade 2nd Corps. Feb. 25. Privates M. Orcutt and H. Chase, excused. Feb. 26. Privates M. Orcutt and H. Chase reported to quarters. Private L. W. Temple returned from furlough. Brevet Major J. Henry Sleeper mustered out of United States servi