are dead, killed by the poison of the lead.
I will not describe the appearance of the field as our men found it when they entered the works.
I do not wish to recall the sights, they are too shocking.
The 5th Maine and the 121st charged at that point; they fought bravely, but lost heavily, as they did also on the 10th, a mile farther to the right, near the spot where General Sedgwick
From the 2d of June when we reached Hall's Hill
till the 27th the time was spent in making out the muster out papers of the men and the transfer of the men whose term of service had not expired to the 65th New York Veteran Volunteers.
The total number of men discharged at Hall's Hill
was 320, of whom 275 were original members of the regiment and 45 recruits and transferred men.
The review of the corps took place on Thursday, the 8th of June, in the following order: 1st: Major General Wright
, Staff and Escort.
2d: The 1st Division, Major General Wheaton
commanding 3d: The 2d Division, Major General Getty
4th: The 3d Division, Major General Getty
5th: The Artillery Brigade, Brevet Major General
6th: Detachment of 50th New York Engineers,
Brevet Major Van Brooklin
Leaving camp at 4 o'clock in the morning, marching the five miles to Washington
over Long Bridge
, up Maryland Avenue to mass at the foot of the Capital grounds
, was the first portion of the long and tedious process of the review.
Then at 9 o'clock passing down Pennsylvania Avenue at wheeling distance, past the reviewing