dgeford, Henry Fitch, Joseph Goyer, Co. F; musician Wm. Ferman, and privates John Herlick, David Kerr, Herman J. Rosenleaf, Wilfred H. Whitney, Rober Wilson, David E. Sprouse, C. F. Bainbridge, Co. G; privates Orton H. Barnes, James Snowball, Ole H. Johnson, F. W. Godard, Thos. N. Morley, Wm. J. Cooper, Co. H; musician A. W. Parker, and privates A. Bigley, Joseph Guthrie, Jos. J. Lloyd, Chas. Nelson, Henry Schecter, Co. I; privates Mich.
Schabinger, Frank Diesel, John P. Adams, Fred. L. Phillipcame for us to support a cavalry reconnoissance of the country lying to the right of our front.
No enemy was found in this direction, and we returned to the division.
We were then placed in position as a reserve for the other two brigades of Gen. Johnson's command, occupying the extreme right of the army.
Early next morning I received orders to form a line of battle one hundred and fifty paces in the rear of the First Ohio volunteers; this done, the command forward was given.
In this advance