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John D. Billings, The history of the Tenth Massachusetts battery of light artillery in the war of the rebellion 2 0 Browse Search
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er than continue operations longer, and issued the orders for withdrawal. He would now have marched to the heights of Fredericksburg to camp for the winter, but was again negatived in the project by Halleck. Morning reports. 1863. Nov. 12. Serg't G. F. Gould and privates H. Newton, Charles Slack, T. Ellworth, reported to quarters. Bugler Reed at hospital. Nov. 13. Privates Charles Slack, Thomas Ellworth, Hiram Warburton reported for duty. Nov. 14. Private H. Newton and Serg't Gould (?) reported for duty. Nov. 15. Five horses unserviceable. Three horses shot by order of Dr. Benson Third Corps Headquarters. Nov. 16. Received 8 horses from Capt. A H. Pierce, Warrenton Junction, Va. Nov. 17. One horse died, one horse condemned and shot, by order Inspector General. Nov. 18. Corporal Currant and privates McAllister, Maxwell and Colbath, reported to quarters. Nov. 19. Corporal Currant and Private Colbath report for duty. Nov. 20. Ten horses condemned and