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John D. Billings, The history of the Tenth Massachusetts battery of light artillery in the war of the rebellion 5 1 Browse Search
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the Capitol at the toll-gate of the Bladensburg pike. The Eleventh Massachusetts Battery, already here, greeted us with a cup of coffee all around, and furnished shelter for many of us, while the rest passed the night on the ground. Many of the Battery men will recall an incident which happened the next morning while a few were still sleeping on the ground; but we will refer the general reader, for particulars concerning the warm bath innocently administered to the ear of our late comrade George L. Clark, to any one of the original members, who made the camp resound with laughter for days after, whenever the matter was mentioned. On the 17th of October we established our camp on an eminence of the field in which we had passed the night, having been provided with A tents (so called from their shape), which accommodated four men each. Having got fairly established in camp, the work of organization, begun in Boxford, was carried on to completion. The non-commissioned officers, alr
e of the death of First Serg't Otis N. Harrington. He died of Chronic Diarrhea on his way to Mt. Pleasant Hospital, Washington, D. C. Serg't G. H. Putnam promoted First Sergeant, vice Harrington deceased. August 9. Private Butterfield reported to quarters. B. H. Phillips reported for duty. August 10. Privates Northey, Chase, Pierce (?), Thayer and Peach reported for duty. Private N. H. Butterfield reported to quarters. August 11. Private A. F. Southworth reported to quarters. G. L. Clark reported for light duty. August 12. Privates Southworth, Colbath, Baxter and Ring reported for duty; Stowell reported to quarters. Three horses unserviceable. August 13. Private C. Gould promoted Sergeant. Sergeant Woodfin reported to quarters. August 14. Private Norman H. Butterfield reported for duty. August 15. One horse died, glanders. Five horses unserviceable. August 16. Private J. W. Thayer reported to quarters; N. H. Butterfield reported for duty. August 17. O
Jona. E., 47. Childs, Dr., 72. Chase, Chas. L., 148, 151, 202, 209. Chase, Frank A., 48, 81, 87, 109, 151, 163, 409. Chase, Harrison, 81, 82, 83, 85, 116, 149, 163, 407, 408, 409. Church, Edwin H., 303, 305. Church, Massaponax, 243. Church, Dunker, 107. Church, Karmel, 245. Church, Bethesda, 254. Church, Shady Grove, 216. Church, Oak Grove, 308. Church, Poplar Grove, 345, 380. City Point, 300, 340, 353, 371, 396. Clark, B. C., 116, 206, 209, 325, 362. 404. Clark, Geo. L., 39, 148. Clark, Chas. F., 398, 401. Clark, Wm. H., 401. Cochrane, Capt. W. H. D., 209, 272, 302, 304, 305. Colbath, Chas. G., 83, 85, 86, 147. 184. Cold Harbor, 257, 287, 289. Conners, Charles, 351. Collis, Col., 133, 137, 138. Cook, Francis A., 401, 402, 403. 405, 406, 409. Corlew, Benj. E., 31, 87, 151. Corps Badges, 122. Court House, Dinwiddie, 327. Court House, Culpepper, 120. Court House, Orange, 180, 219. Court House, Spottsylvania, 224, 225, 226, 227. C