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not be doubtful if the Federal army could hold off the Confederate reenforcements. This it was able to do. The progress of the siege we shall not here consider, except to The First Independent Battery of New York Light Artillery. The First Independent Battery of New York Light Artillery, under command of Captain Andrew Cowan, lost two officers and sixteen enlisted men killed and mortally wounded out of its complement of 150 men. Only four other batteries suffered a greater loss. Cooper's Battery B, First Pennsylvania Artillery, lost twenty-one men; Sands' Eleventh Ohio Battery lost twenty men (nineteen of them in one engagement in a charge on the battery at Iuka); Philips' Fifth Massachusetts Battery lost nineteen men; and Weeden's Battery C, First Rhode Island Artillery, lost nineteen men. This photograph shows Cowan's Battery in position within the captured Confederate works on the Petersburg line. The officers and men lived and slept in a work captured from the Confede