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s, General E. B. Tyler commanding. On July 11th, General Ord was assigned to the command of the corps, but on d on June 19th, by order of General Grant, and General E. O. Ord was appointed in his place. Grant was displea3, 1864, as the Twenty-fourth Corps, with Major-General Edward O. Ord in command. The troops of the Tenth CorpJames,--Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth Corps--and General Ord was appointed in his place. Major-General John Givision of the Twenty-fifth, all under command of General Ord, Army of the James (General Gibbon commanding hising the cavalry back in their attempt to escape. General Ord, commanding at that time the Twenty-fourth, Fifth action a white flag appeared at an adjoining part of Ord's line, whereupon the Twenty-fourth Corps was ordered 149 killed, and 565 wounded; total, 714. When General Ord moved the Army of the James to Petersburg, March (2d) Division accompanied the Army of the James--General Ord's command — on its march from the James River to
Present, also, at Malvern Hill; Gettysburg; Mine Run; Wilderness. notes.--Organized at Pittsburg, June 28, 1861, eight of the companies coming from Allegheny County, one from Crawford, and one from Beaver. The regiment arrived at Washington, July 26, 1861 , where it joined McCall's Division of Pennsylvania Reserves, then encamped at Tenallytown, Md. It remained there until October, at which time the Reserves marched into Virginia. The regiment was assigned to the Third Brigade, General E. O. Ord; this brigade fought the battle of Dranesville, December 20, 1861, one of the first of the Union victories. The division marched with McDowell in his advance on Manassas, in the spring of 1862, and then was transferred to the Army of the Potomac, where it was actively engaged in the Seven Days Battle. At Glendale it made a desperate fight over Cooper's Battery, in which affair it captured the colors of the Tenth Alabama. Rejoining McDowell's Corps it fought at Manassas, where it lost