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e enemy kept up a heavy cannonading nearly all night.
I turned in at midnight.
Turned out at 5.
I am on fatigue duty again.
About dusk the enemy cannonade us, and keep it up the greater part of the night.
They were peppering Fort Sedgwick (Hell).
Not much doing all day. We turned in and slept well all night.
We turned out at 5 a. m. Cool, pleasant weather.
I am detailed on picket for forty-eight hours, beginning after dark.
All quiet until midnight, a terrible explosion right in front of us. A tunnel four hundred and ninety feet long had been dug to a point under a Rebel fort, since known as the Crater.
It was blown up with about two hundred and fifty men. This fort was at the right of Fort Sedgwick—our right.
This was a signal for all the guns on our side to open, and the cannonading was terrible.
This lasted till 8 a. m. Our Ninth Corps rushed up and took the Rebel fort and their works, but about 9 p. m. the enemy re-took them.