nt to dislodge him. Colonel O. Smith, commanding the brigade, was ordered to do it. Preparatory to executing the movement, the brigade was halted in the road.
Colonel Smith sent forward the Seventy-third Ohio and Thirty-third Massachusetts, and directed them to charge the hill and drive the enemy therefrom.
In the mean time I wasus legacy you can bequeath to your loved ones at home.
Let us sympathize with the suffering wounded, and cherish the memory of our fallen comrades. By order Colonel Smith. B. F. Stone, Captain and A. A. G.
Second division Eleventh corps, Church of John the Baptist, Oct. 31, 1863.
The General Commanding di, the Seventy-third Ohio and Thirtythird Massachusetts, to be supported, if necessary, by the One Hundred and Thirty-sixth New-York, the whole under command of Colonel Smith, of the Seventy-third, which was commanded by Captain Thomas W. Higgins, Acting-Major. Colonel Underwood led the Thirty-third Massachusetts till he was wounded