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killed. I carried into this action seventy men, exclusive of officers. At twelve M., having received a supply of ammunition, I followed the division, and overtook it at Cold Harbor. During the afternoon you ordered a section of the battery into action. The first section was carried in; but, after firing two or three rounds, and finding no artillery opposed to me, and the smoke too great to tell friend from foe, and reporting the same to you, I was ordered to retire. In this action Sergeant Hepburn was wounded in the arm. In the battles of Monday and Tuesday, I was frequently, with the battery, under fire, but took no part in either action. Respectfully submitted. D. G. Mcintosh, Captain. Report of Captain Carpenter. The following is respectfully submitted as a report of the movement of Carpenter's battery, from twenty-seventh of June to first of July, inclusive: On the morning of the twenty-seventh, the battery moved with the brigade until we reached Gaines's f