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ler, near Springfield, Ill., August 21, 1862.
and ordered immediately on active duty in Kentucky.
It assisted in covering the retreat after the battle of Richmond, Ky., and participated in other movements along the line between Louisville and Cincinnati.
It was assigned to Sheridan's Division, and fought under that distinguished general until he was ordered to the East in the spring of 1864. Colonel Bernard Laiboldt, of the Second Missouri, commanded the brigade.
The Seventy-third was engage 4 Weldon Railroad, Va. 10
Wilderness, Va. 20 Peeble's Farm, Va. 2
Spotsylvania, Va. 60 Picket, Va., December 13, 1864 1
North Anna, Va. 5 Fall of Petersburg, Va. 3
Bethesda Church, Va., June 3, 1864 25
Present, also, at Jamestown, Ky.; Vicksburg, Miss.; Loudon, Tenn.; Ny River, Va.; Hatcher's Run, Va.; Fort Stedman, Va.
notes.--Left the State, April 12, 1863, with eight companies only.
It was ordered to Kentucky, where it was stationed at various points until June, whe