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arch 13. One bay horse, Baxter's, shot; disease glanders. George W. Parks sick in quarters. J. C. Frost reported for duty. March 14. One bay horse, Martin's, shot; disease glanders. Hanson, Pierce (?) and Thayer reported to quarters. Corporal Conant (Currant)? started on furlough to Boston. March 16. Wm. Herring, E. Ashcroft, Win. Endicott and D. R, Stowell reported to quarters. March 17.. Wm. H. Martin sent to insane hospital, Washingon, D. C. C. E. Pierce reported to duty. March 18. Hanson reported for stable duty and Mugford and Chase reported to quarters. March 19. Mugford, Herring, Ashcroft and Stowell reported for duty. Alex. W. Holbrook reported to quarters. One sorrel horse ridden by Merrill, shot; disease glanders. March 20. Lieut. Adams returned and reported for duty last night. Herring reported for quarters. Holbrook reported for duty. March 21. Lieut. Armitage started on furlough for Washington and Boston yesterday. J. W. Thayer reported for
three recruits from Draft Rendezvous, Long Island, Boston Harbor. John T. Goodwin, Asa L. Gowell reported for duty. Henry Orcutt and S. Johnson reported to quarters. March 14. Corp'l Frank M. Howes, Michael Haley, W. Moran reported to quarters. March 15. James L. Schwartz, W. Moran, A. N. Merrill, S. H. Johnson reported for duty. James Dwight ex. March 16. John T. Goodwin reported to duty. March 17. Corp. Frank M. Howes, W. H. Starkweather and C. Thompson reported for duty. March 18. Privates John Nesbit, James D. Smith reported to duty, Francis Mins, L. Ham, John Millett and J. E. Mugford reported to quarters. March 19. Lieut. Wm. G. Rollins and Artificer D. R. Stowell returned from leave. Two horses shot and four condemned by Major Vanderberg. Francis Mins reported to duty. Horace B. Bealsreported sick. Serg't P. T. Woodfin discharged for promotion by S. O. No. 113 War Dept. March 20. L. Ham and H. B. Beals reported to duty. Michael B. O'Neil released from
ase reported to quarters. One horse died of exhaustion. March 14. Private M. Orcutt reported to quarters. March 15. Privates Orcutt and Fales reported to quarters. March 16. Monthly inspection (mounted) by Lieut. W. S. Bull. One recruit, Thos. J. Pratt (?), received. Private M. Orcutt reported to quarters. Notice received of the transfer to General Hospital from brigade of Privates F. A. Cook and Charles Fiske. March 17. First Lt. J. Webb Adams mustered out and re-mustered as Captain, agreeably to circular A. G. O., State of Mass. Private M. Orcutt reported to quarters. Two horses died; exhaustion. March 18. Second Lt. Milbrey Green and Private James Dwight returned from leave of absence and furlough. March 19. First Sergeant Geo. M. Townsend mustered out and mustered in as Second Lieutenant. Reviewed by Maj. Gen. Humphreys. Lieut. Green mustered in as 1st Lieut. Sergt. J. S. Bailey, Jr., promoted to Orderly Sergeant. March 20. One horse died of exhaustion.