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Supports Wharton's brigade at Turkey Ridge.

Next day we marched to Cold Harbour, where we intrenched on the second line. That afternoon we supported Wharton's brigade in its advance upon Turkey Ridge, and afterwards took position between that brigade and Thomas's, on the right, near the McGee house. Here I was wounded by one of the enemy's sharp-shooters, and the command of the brigade devolved upon Colonel Jno. D. Barry.

Casualties from May 24th to June 3d, inclusive.

Officers.Men.Officers.Men.Officers.Men.Officers.Men.Officers and Men.
General Staff  1   1 1
Seventh N. C. Regiment  24  246
Eighteenth N. C. Regiment 116  178
Twenty-eighth N. C. Regiment 1 6   77
Thirty-third N. C. Regiment 1 1   22
Thirty-seventh N. C. Regiment 115  167
Grand total 4522  52631

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