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s, during which it made several expeditions along the Florida and Georgia coast, and was under fire in some minor engagements. It took part in the operations about Charleston Harbor, and in the grand assault on Fort Wagner, in which affair it was in Stevenson's Brigade of reserves. In April, 1863, it left Fernandina, Fla., and sailed for Virginia, where it joined the Army of the James,--having been assigned to White's (1st) Brigade, Ames's (3d) Division, Tenth Corps. In the fighting at Green Plains, near Bermuda Hundred, May 18th and 20th, it lost 29 killed, 186 wounded, and 22 captured or missing; total, 237; seven color bearers were shot, and Colonel Pennypacker was wounded three times. The regiment occupied an exposed position in the trenches before Petersburg, and lost men almost daily during the siege,--in addition to those lost in the fighting at the Mine Explosion. It had in the meanwhile been transferred to the Second Division, in which it afterwards remained without furth