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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 takes his place and pay as ambulance driver and extra duty man from Dec. * * Joseph Cross and John Pedrick returned to duty. Dec. 15. R. B. Wendall returned to duty. Dec. 19. Franklin Ward sent to Emory Hospital. R. B. Wendall and George W. Park sick in quarters. Dec. 20. Geo. W. Park returned to duty. One horse died of gravel in foot which caused fever. No. 1 on inspection report. Dec. 21. R. B. Wendall sent to Post Hospital. Dec. 23. James Peach sick in quarters. Dec. 25. H. B. Winslow, 2nd., sick in quarters. Dec. 26. Received 12 horses from Quartermaster Dana. Six horses condemned and turned ov
ted 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 absent in Boston on furlough for 15 days. Dec. 13. Corp'ls Currant and George A. Smith reported to quarters. Dec. 14. Corp'ls Currant and Stevens reported for duty. Dec. 15. Corp'l Smith and Private Hunt reported for duty. Harmon Newton to quarters. Serg't Putnam left on 15 days furlough for Lewiston; John F. Baxter for Boston on 10 days furlough. Received from Capt. Pierce 12 horses; turned over to him 7 horses. Dec. 16. H. Newton reported for duty. John H. Stevens reported to quarters. Dec. 18. Corp'ls Stevens and Smith report for duty; John Ramsdell, duty. Harmon Newton, reported to quarters. Dec. 19. Privates Alex. Holbrook reported to qua
rned. Pieces of Right Section placed in Fort Emory at 4 P. M. Dec. 11. Privates Jos. Edwards and J. L. W. Thayer reported to quarters. Dec. 13. Private Jos. Edwards sent to brigade hospital. Privates J. T. Goodwin, C. E. Prince, Thomas Ellworth returned to duty from general hospital. Dec. 14. Privates J. L. W. Thayer and Henry Orcutt reported to quarters. Private A. C. Billings returned to duty from general hospital. Monthly inspection by Lieut. Clark A. I. G. Art'y Brigade. Dec. 15. One horse died—Stoppage. Thirteen (13) horses turned over to Capt. Strang by order of Lieut. Clark, A. I. G. Art'y Brig. Private information received of the death of Judson Stevens at East Boston while on furlough, Aug. 31, 1864. Lieut. Geo. H. Day on leave of absence of 15 days to Boston. Dec. 16. Nine recruits received from Draft Rendezvous, Mass.; Wm. H. Clark, Francis A. Cook, Michael Foley, Joseph Lear, George Nichols, Chas. F. Clark, Patrick Foran, Samuel Otis, Moses Mercier.