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e wagoners, Chas. E. Bruce, Alvin Abbott and F. A. Chase detailed on extra duty. Dec. 3. Corp'l Starkweather returned to duty. Dec. 4. One horse died of inflammation of the bowels. Dec. 6. Ward, Putnam and Woodfin returned to duty. Dec. 7. John W. French, Alvin B. Fisher, Chas. E. Bruce, Alvin Abbott, F. A. Chase and Charles Slack detailed on extra duty as per Special Order No. 17, Headquarters Camp Barry, from Oct. 17, 1862. H. B. Winslow and Franklin Ward sick in quarters. Dec. 8. H. B. Winslow returned to duty. Dec. 10. M. G. Critchett, John Pedrick and R. B. Wendall sick in quarters. Dec. 11. M. G. Critchett returned to duty. Dec. 12. Chas. N. Packard and Joseph Cross sick in quarters. One horse shot, disease glanders, by order of Capt. * * Dec. 13. Chas. N. Packard returned to duty. The Battery, books, quarters, stables &c., &c., were fully inspected by Col. Webb. Dec. 14. Chas. E. Bruce relieved from extra duty and pay the 12th and Roswell Bemis
orts. 1863. Dec. 4. Privates Wm. Endicott and Henry Orcutt reported to quarters. Eleven horses unserviceable. Sergeant Chas. E. Pierce appointed Orderly Sergeant, vice Sergeant Geo. H. Putnam relieved. Dec. 5. Corp'l John H. Stevens and Hunt reported to quarters. One horse died last night. Private Samuel J. Bradllee received is discharge by Order 534 from the War Dep't. W. H. Fitzpatrick returned from furlough. Dec. 7. Three horses shot by order Inspector General 3rd Corps. Dec. 8. One horse died, worn out. Corp'l John H. Stevens and privates Endicott and Orcutt reported for duty. Waldo Pierce reported to quarters. Corp'l Luther L. Estabrook is promoted Corporal (Gunner)? to (late from Nov. 1st, 1863, vice Shattuck dropped from the rolls. Dec. 9. One horse unserviceable. John Ramsdell reported to quarters. Dec. 10. Corp'ls Win. B. Lemmon and John H. Stevens reported to quarters. Dec. 12. Wm. E. Endicott appointed Lance Sergeant. Capt. J. Henry Sleeper ab
powers had ordered otherwise, and the same day that he left us Major Gen. A. A. Humphreys, late Gen. Meade's chief-of-staff, took command of the corps. Brig. Gen. A. S. Webb succeeded Gen. Humphreys as Gen. Meade's chief-of-staff. Thursday, December 8th, we were relieved by the Eleventh New York Battery, and ordered to take the position vacated by them in the rear line, about a mile distant, and south of Poplar Spring (Grove?) Church. This exchange was said to have been made to enable A. Pease sent to Brigade Hospital. Lance Sergeant L. L. Estabrook promoted full Sergeant. Lance Corporal Estee full corporal. Corp. J. H. Stevens and Private W. S. Roundy promoted Lance Sergeant and Corporal respectively from Dec. 5, 1864. Dec. 8. Right and Centre Sections placed in Fort Emory; Left Section in Fort Siebert. Private E. J. Wilson released from confinement and returned to duty as Orderly at Headquarters Art'y Brigade, 2nd Corps. Dec. 9. Right and Centre sections march