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nam, A. A. Blandin and Franklin Ward sick in quarters. One horse died of * * Nov. 26. George K. Putnam, Charles E. Prince and A. N. Merrill sick. Nov. 27. James Dwight, Charles E. Woodiss, J. L. W. Thayer, S. A. Hanson sick in quarters. George M. Dixon sent to Emory Hospital. Nov. 28. Franklin Ward and George K. Putnam sick in quarters. A. B. Fisher assigned to extra duty since Sept. 9, 1862 (?) by Major Munroe, by request of Captain * * Nov. 29. Prince sick in quarters. Nov. 30. Prince returned to duty. Dec. 1. Sergt. Woodfin sent to Post Hospital. Corp'l Starkweather sick in quarters. J. J. Woodard deserted Nov. 7, 1862. Dec. 2. Three 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. Chas
at daylight, via Jacobs Mill Ford. Halted about two miles this side of the Ford about midnight and stopped until daylight. Nov. 27. Moved on at daylight and crossed Germania Ford at 11.30 A. M. Arrived near Robertson's Tavern at 4 o'clock and stopped all night. One mule died on the march. Nov. 28. At 2 o'clock P. M. moved to the left and front of our line and reported to General Birney, First Division, Third A. C. Nov. 29. Went into position and remained all day and night. Nov. 30. At 8 o'clock opened on the enemy's works 2200 yards distant and continued (firing) about half an hour, using about 200 rounds. Two P. M. relieved Battery E, 1st R. I. Art'y. Dec. 1. Moved from the front just after dark for Culpepper Ford. Marched all night. Dec. 2. Arrived at Culpepper Ford about 5 o'clock and halted. About 10 moved on and marched until within four miles of Brandy Station and stopped for the night. Dec. 3. At daylight marched to our old camp ground at Bran
ldsmith and Private Schwartz returned to duty from absence without leave. Private Thayer reported to quarters. Nov. 27. Private Thayer reported to quarters. Nov. 28. Private Thayer reported to quarters. Private M. M. Pierce returned to duty from general hospital. Nov. 29. Eighteen horses received from Capt. Fisher. Received marching orders at 12.20 A. M. Moved out of camp at 9 A. M. and relieved the 11th Mass. Battery in Fort Welch at 2 P. M. Left Section occupies Fort Gregg. Nov. 30. Moved the caisson camp to Fort Wheaton. Left section rejoins the Right and Centre in Fort Welch. Dec. 1. Private Hiram B. Oliver injured in foot by axe. Sent to brigade hospital. Dec. 2. Corp. Leverett Pierce reported to quarters. Dec. 3. Notice received of the death of Private Henry L. Ewell at Lincoln General Hospitals, Washington, D. C., of Pyaemia, Nov. 21, 1864. Corp'l Pierce reported to duty. Private Thayer to quarters. Sixteen horses received from Capt. Fisher. De