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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 11. (ed. Frank Moore) 8 0 Browse Search
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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the appearance of our army in that direction. June 10 P. M.--The enemy are busy throwing up fortifications in the vicinity of Summer's and Bottom's bridge. The spires of Richmond are in view from the signal stations at these points, and their wagon trains can be seen moving within three or four miles of the city, where the road for a short distance is visible. Very little firing has taken place to-day. No change in position has been made within the past two days. Last evening as Colonel McAllister, of the Eleventh New Jersey volunteers, was riding along the line he was fired at by a rebel sharpshooter, notwithstanding there had been a tacit agreement that no picket firing should take place. The ball passed across the Colonel's breast and entered the head of his orderly, who was riding with him. The entire command was at once put under arms expecting an attack, but nothing further occurred. June 11 P. M.--Our lines are scarcely nearer the enemy than was their position in the
the appearance of our army in that direction. June 10 P. M.--The enemy are busy throwing up fortifications in the vicinity of Summer's and Bottom's bridge. The spires of Richmond are in view from the signal stations at these points, and their wagon trains can be seen moving within three or four miles of the city, where the road for a short distance is visible. Very little firing has taken place to-day. No change in position has been made within the past two days. Last evening as Colonel McAllister, of the Eleventh New Jersey volunteers, was riding along the line he was fired at by a rebel sharpshooter, notwithstanding there had been a tacit agreement that no picket firing should take place. The ball passed across the Colonel's breast and entered the head of his orderly, who was riding with him. The entire command was at once put under arms expecting an attack, but nothing further occurred. June 11 P. M.--Our lines are scarcely nearer the enemy than was their position in the
s George J. Siess, Christian Dayhuff, James Hutzell. Company F--Wounded--Privates J. W. Cunkelton, George W. Springer. Captured--Sergeant Michael Huffer, Corporal G. W. Barber (Paroled, Private Daniel Grey). Missing — John Donohue, Lewis Peters, Ezra T. Reese, Martin Brenanan, Reuben Myers, and John Carson. (The last named not in either engagement, as he went to the rear upon the appearance of danger.) Company G--Wounded--Privates J. Baker, J. Clabaugh, J. B. Fike, Charles Mason, D. McAllister, J. E. Shipway, Samuel Yeats. Missing — J. Cook, G. Crouse, M. Donovan, E. Fike, A. Kayser, W. Lugenbeel, H. Mugness, A. McLean, G. W. Nalls, S. Slagman, J. Stedding, and Captain C. B. McCoy. Company I--Wounded-- First Sergeant Jefferson Davis, supposed to be wounded and prisoner, John A. Pierce, Abraham Humble. Missing — Jacob E. Thomas, Edward Herman, George W. Hileman, John Nagle, and Ephraim Speck. Company K--Wounded--Privates John Cassner, Andrew Mobley, D. A. Barney. Missi<
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 11. (ed. Frank Moore), Third Regt., Potomac Home brigade, Md. Vols. (search)
s George J. Siess, Christian Dayhuff, James Hutzell. Company F--Wounded--Privates J. W. Cunkelton, George W. Springer. Captured--Sergeant Michael Huffer, Corporal G. W. Barber (Paroled, Private Daniel Grey). Missing — John Donohue, Lewis Peters, Ezra T. Reese, Martin Brenanan, Reuben Myers, and John Carson. (The last named not in either engagement, as he went to the rear upon the appearance of danger.) Company G--Wounded--Privates J. Baker, J. Clabaugh, J. B. Fike, Charles Mason, D. McAllister, J. E. Shipway, Samuel Yeats. Missing — J. Cook, G. Crouse, M. Donovan, E. Fike, A. Kayser, W. Lugenbeel, H. Mugness, A. McLean, G. W. Nalls, S. Slagman, J. Stedding, and Captain C. B. McCoy. Company I--Wounded-- First Sergeant Jefferson Davis, supposed to be wounded and prisoner, John A. Pierce, Abraham Humble. Missing — Jacob E. Thomas, Edward Herman, George W. Hileman, John Nagle, and Ephraim Speck. Company K--Wounded--Privates John Cassner, Andrew Mobley, D. A. Barney. Missi<
nd A. B. Spooner reported to duty. April 19. Bugler J. E. Mugford, C. Chase reported to duty; also J. F. Baxter. April 20. E. D. Thresher reported to quarters; J. E. Mugford to duty. John Millett, James Peach sent to General Hospital, Washington, D. C. April 21. H. Orcutt, John Ramsdell, O. Wheelock, J. T. Goodwin reported to quarters. April 22. Corp. B. C. Clark reported to quarters. Henry L. Ewell returned to the Battery from absent sick. April 23. James Ellworth, Dan'l McAllister, H. Orcutt, John Ramsdell reported to duty. James Kay, James S. Bailey to quarters. April 24. John H. Knowland, Chas. Chase reported to duty. John Ramsdell and R. G. Gilley reported to quarters. April 25. Oliver Wheelock, Corp. B. C. Clark and James Kay report to duty. E. F. Damrell and Geo. W. Parks reported to quarters. April 26. E. F. Damrell reported to duty. W. E. Northey on detached service at Artillery Brigade Headquarters, 2nd A. C., as orderly with horse and equipmen