uring the six days we lay so close to the rebel works my regiment lost additional 2 enlisted men killed and 8 wounded. My regimeht again moved on with the victorious army after the retreating foe until July 10.
He had retreated across the Chattahoochee River. Three companies were deployed as skirmishers in pursuing the enemy on the 10th ; 1 enlisted man was wounded.
I remained with the brigade on the north side of the Chattahoochee River doing — picket and other duties till the 18th, when we Chattahoochee River doing — picket and other duties till the 18th, when we moved to the south side of the river to within about one mile of Peach Tree Creek.
On the 19th of July my regiment took part in a brisk engagement on Peach Tree Creek, by which we gained a very important position.
Casualties, I commissioned officer wounded (Lieut. William D. Faulkner, Company D), 4 enlisted men killed and 5 wounded. On the 22d, the rebels having again retreated the army followed them up in front of Atlanta.
From this date until the 28th the regiment was engaged in nothing ex