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ster and some long-range shell too large for his guns. Capt. McGrath's battery had been spiked and left on Maryland Heights y, three hundred and fifty; Maryland cavalry, two hundred; McGrath's artillery company, one hundred; battalion First Marylandn he left the Heights: Thirty-second Ohio, six hundred; Capt. McGrath's company, artillery, Fifth New-York, (heavy,) one hundo companies of Fifth New-York artillery, commanded by Captains McGrath and Graham; Fifteenth Indiana, and one or two more Weered ineffective. Too much praise cannot be awarded to Capt. McGrath, when commanding the guns, for the skilful manner in whilling three. By a premature explosion, two members of Capt. McGrath's battery were blown to pieces. I was standing close bder-man; Cook, First Captain; Griffin, Second Captain; Captain McGrath, who stood by directing the fire, was thrown to the grhole line when it became known that we had surrendered. Capt. McGrath burst into tears, exclaiming: Boys, we have got no coun
ster and some long-range shell too large for his guns. Capt. McGrath's battery had been spiked and left on Maryland Heights y, three hundred and fifty; Maryland cavalry, two hundred; McGrath's artillery company, one hundred; battalion First Marylandn he left the Heights: Thirty-second Ohio, six hundred; Capt. McGrath's company, artillery, Fifth New-York, (heavy,) one hundo companies of Fifth New-York artillery, commanded by Captains McGrath and Graham; Fifteenth Indiana, and one or two more Weered ineffective. Too much praise cannot be awarded to Capt. McGrath, when commanding the guns, for the skilful manner in whilling three. By a premature explosion, two members of Capt. McGrath's battery were blown to pieces. I was standing close bder-man; Cook, First Captain; Griffin, Second Captain; Captain McGrath, who stood by directing the fire, was thrown to the grhole line when it became known that we had surrendered. Capt. McGrath burst into tears, exclaiming: Boys, we have got no coun