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ief of Piece with rank of Sergeant, Frank J. Whitcher, Warren K. Snow, Augustus B. Burwell, Henry P. Cheever, Orlando C. Harhe commissioning of William Marland of Andover and Sergeant Warren K. Snow of Boston as second lieutenants. Life at Camp Ahe battery at New Iberia. Here the left section under Lieutenant Snow, together with three regiments marched twelve miles fa At this time, too, one section of the battery under Lieutenant Snow was detached from the main body and for about a month d of the left section of the battery in the absence of Lieutenant Snow, who had gone North for recruits. Christmas Day, by ee loss of the battery in this battle was very severe. Lieutenant Snow was shot through the left lung and left on the field. nited States Hospital on May 13. On the 18th of June, Lieutenant Snow and the other members of the battery taken at Sabine Cn December was on his way back to the seat of action. Lieutenant Snow, who had been weakened by his wounds and captivity, wa