f miles travelled by this regiment since we left Fort Snelling, Oct. fourteenth, 1861,3166
Total number of deaths in the same time,69
The number of deaths during the last four months has been unusually small.
Companies A, B, C, G, H, and K have lost none.
In company D, there have died, Leonard Town, Charles T. Watkins, and Charles W. Bartlett.
In company E, three have died: Edward Pasco, Benjamin Roundville, and Warren Spaulding.
In company F, there have been two deaths: Oliver N. Keyes and Marquis D. Mitchell.
In company I, one has died: De Loss Eustice.
The health of our regiment amidst such severe exposures and toil calls for special gratitude to God.
As we have literally here no continuing city or abiding-place, and much of the time have been in hourly expectation of skirmishes and battle with the enemy, while this service has been so active, full of toil, fatigue, and anxiety, and when a few hours have been spent in camp, there has been such a demand for