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This post was garrisoned by this company as long as the regiment remained in North Carolina. Jan. 17, 1863.—Seven companies of the regiment marched with a portion of the First Brigade on an expedition to Pollocksville. Having accomplished their object successfully, and having driven back the enemy at White Oak Creek, they returned to Newbern. On the 20th of February, the regiment suffering severely from a steadily increasing sick list, six companies were moved from the barracks to Deep Gully, as a sanitary measure; but, the shelter tents proving quite insufficient for the comfort of the men suffering from malaria, they returned in a week to the barracks. On the 1st of March, Colonel Sprague, with his regiment, was ordered to relieve the companies stationed at different points along the railroad between Newbern and Morehead City; also those at Morehead City, Beaufort, and Evans' Mills. March 30, Colonel Sprague, in addition to his other duties, assumed command of the post at