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nt with the brigade moved forward and joined the First Brigade at Singleton's plantation. From there, on that day, Capt. Frank Goodwin of Po muskets to the men and sent them overland to Georgetown. From Singleton's on the 13th the One Hundred and Fifty-seventh New York went to oops having returned from Wright's Bluff, the division moved from Singleton's. It rained in the afternoon and evening. That morning the Twenon, while the rest of the division, taking a road five miles from Singleton's, leading to the right, moved to flank the enemy collected on thhat the rolling-stock had been sent below during our advance from Singleton's, making success assured, though fighting was expected. Potte until 10 P. M., when the Fifty-fourth reached its former camp at Singleton's, having marched eighteen miles. Fighting was now over. The they held. After completing this work, the regiment returned to Singleton's. Every purpose of the movement having been accomplished, on