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addition to the foregoing, three Army Wagons, each drawn by four horses, were supplied to carry the forage, rations and camp equipage. Later in our experience, when horse-flesh became scarcer, each of these was drawn by six mules, and Messrs. Slack, Johnson, and Abbott learned a new tongue, which, although mastered with some difficulty, eventually became, with the aid of a little of the black snake, a powerful agent in toning down or spurring on the recalcitrant mule. An Ambulance, drawn. Corp'l Starkweather returned to duty. Dec. 4. One horse died of inflammation of the bowels. Dec. 6. Ward, Putnam and Woodfin returned to duty. Dec. 7. John W. French, Alvin B. Fisher, Chas. E. Bruce, Alvin Abbott, F. A. Chase and Charles Slack detailed on extra duty as per Special Order No. 17, Headquarters Camp Barry, from Oct. 17, 1862. H. B. Winslow and Franklin Ward sick in quarters. Dec. 8. H. B. Winslow returned to duty. Dec. 10. M. G. Critchett, John Pedrick and R. B.
excluded. July 31, we moved forward and took post at Sulphur Springs. Morning reports. 1863. June 26. Battery arrived at Maryland Heights at 10 o'clock A. M. June 27. Gen. French took command of this post to-day. June 28. Private Charles Slack reported to quarters. June 29. Private Charles Slack reported for duty. Privates Frank M. Estee and Warburton reported to quarters. June 30. Privates Estee and Warburton reported for duty. Started from Maryland Heights for FrederiPrivate Charles Slack reported for duty. Privates Frank M. Estee and Warburton reported to quarters. June 30. Privates Estee and Warburton reported for duty. Started from Maryland Heights for Frederick City. July 1. Arrived at Frederick City at 6 o'clock P. M. July 2. Started from Frederick City at 4 P. M. and arrived at Monocacy Junction 6 P. M. July 3. Private John T. Goodwin reported for duty. July 4. Privates Clark (?) and Orcutt (?) reported to quarters. July 5. Privates Orcutt (?) and Nowell reported to quarters. July 7. Privates Clark (?), Orcutt (?) and Nowell returned to duty. Two sections of this Battery returned to Frederick City. July 8. The sections at
e orders for withdrawal. He would now have marched to the heights of Fredericksburg to camp for the winter, but was again negatived in the project by Halleck. Morning reports. 1863. Nov. 12. Serg't G. F. Gould and privates H. Newton, Charles Slack, T. Ellworth, reported to quarters. Bugler Reed at hospital. Nov. 13. Privates Charles Slack, Thomas Ellworth, Hiram Warburton reported for duty. Nov. 14. Private H. Newton and Serg't Gould (?) reported for duty. Nov. 15. Five horsePrivates Charles Slack, Thomas Ellworth, Hiram Warburton reported for duty. Nov. 14. Private H. Newton and Serg't Gould (?) reported for duty. Nov. 15. Five horses unserviceable. Three horses shot by order of Dr. Benson Third Corps Headquarters. Nov. 16. Received 8 horses from Capt. A H. Pierce, Warrenton Junction, Va. Nov. 17. One horse died, one horse condemned and shot, by order Inspector General. Nov. 18. Corporal Currant and privates McAllister, Maxwell and Colbath, reported to quarters. Nov. 19. Corporal Currant and Private Colbath report for duty. Nov. 20. Ten horses condemned and turned over to Capt. L. H. Pierce A. Q. Seven hor
horse died of inflammation of bowels. March 11. Privates L. W. Adams and Judson Stevens reported for duty. Jos. Sheridan and R. C. Wright to quarters. Private Charles Slack went on 10 days furlough. March 12. Serg't Geo. M. Townsend, Privates Foster, Geo. W. Stetson, E. D. Thresher and R. C. Wright reported for duty. Captuty. Artificer A. D. Bacon, W. Y. Gross and C. A. Mason reported to quarters. March 26. Asa Richardson reported to duty, L. E. Hunt reported to quarters. Charles Slack absent without leave. March 27. James Peach and A. D. Bacon reported to duty also P. T. Hill and Michael Campbell. March 28. C. A. Mason reported to dutsferred to Battery K 4th U. S. Art'y, per S. 0. No. 13 Art'y Headquarters, Army of Potomac. March 31. Jonas W. Wilson and L. W. Adams reported to quarters. Charles Slack returned from furlough. April 1. Private Francis Loham reported to duty. Private P. Gallagher, Corp. J. H. Stevens reported to quarters. April 2. Privat
't Chas. W. Doe to duty from brigade hospital. Corp. G. A. Pease reported to quarters. Feb. 18. Monthly inspection (foot) by Lieut. W. S. Bull A. I. G. Art'y Brigade. Corp. G. A. Pease reported to quarters also James Lee. Feb. 19. Private Charles Slack on furlough of 20 days to New York City. Private James Lee reported to quarters. Feb. 20. Privates .Wm. Rawson and Alvin Thompson from Camp Parole (Exchanged Prisoners). Private B. H. Phillips returned to duty from General Hospital. ral Hospital. Artificer Gross and Privates H. Chase and Orcutt (?) reported to quarters. March 9. Private Geo. H. Putnam on furlough of 20 days to Boston, Mass. Privates H. Chase, F. Mins and M. Orcutt reported to quarters. March 10. Private Chas. Slack returned to duty from furlough. Privates Otis, Chase and Orcutt reported to quarters. Two horses died; glanders and worn out. March 11. Privates H. B. Beal and H. P. Ring detailed in Brigade Q. M. Dep't. Notice received of absence on
rvice. Rooney, Francis,27N. BridgewaterSept. 8, 1864,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Roundy, William S., 21Marblehead,Sept. 9, 1862,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Sanderson, Joseph F.18Barre,Jan. 4, 1864,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Sawyer, Michael,21E. Boston,Sept. 9, 1862,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Schwartz, James L.,18Charlestown,Jan. 4, 1864,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Sheridan, Joseph,43Barre,Dec. 29, 1863,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Slack, Charles,30Charlestown,Sept. 9, 1862,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Smith, Albert W.,20Charlestown,Jan. 5, 1864,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Smith, George A.,22Marblehead,Sept. 9, 1862,Prisoner Aug. 25, 1864. June 9, 1865, exp. of service. Smith, James D.,18Rutland,Sept. 9, 1862,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Smith, Thomas,39Dennis, Jan. 14, 1864,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Snelling, John F.,19Millbury,Dec. 26, 1863,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Sout
74 Rollins, Lieut. William E.Nov. 15, 1901. Rice, Albert E.Nov. 15, 1902 Rising, Justus J.Mar. 31, 1906 Richardson, Asa F.Feb. 18, 1908 Sleeper, Maj. J. HenryAug. 10, 1891 Smith, Lieut. AsaOct. 28, 1864 Smith, James D.Mar. 28, 1880 Smith, Albert W.Nov. 2, 1896 Smith, George A.June 24, 1906 Spooner, Albert B.Aug. 20, 1864 Stevens, JudsonAug. 30, 1864 Stevens, John HenryFeb. 18, 1897 Sheridan, JosephMar. 23, 1873 Southworth, Alvah F.Feb. 10, 1869 Strand, Thomas W.Jan. 16, 1897 Slack, CharlesJune 27, 1908 Starkweather, William H.——– Thresher, Elbridge D.April 26, 1865 Trefry, William A.Aug. 31, 1865 Terbriggen, Peter A.April 19, 1883 Thompson, AlvinJuly 2, 1897 Thompson, Charles D.July 2, 1897 Townsend, Lieut. George M.Jan. 1, 1907 Temple, Lyman W.Jan. 7, 1902 Woodfin, Lieut. Philip T.Aug. 24, 1901 Ward, FranklinSept. 20, 1863 Whiting, Edwin S.July 8, 1865 White, John D.Dec. 22, 1875 Wright, Rufus C.March 29, 1900 Winslow, Henry B.Feb. 11, 1905 Woodis, <
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