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Chapter 6: battles of Fairfax Court house, Flint Hill and Antietam. My position had changed during the past year from corporal in Company A to second lieutenant in Company I, and it took me some time to get accustomed to the new office. Up to the time I left Company A no man had been punished; but the morning that I reported for duty in Company I Captain Plympton had one man on a barrel and another on knapsack drill, and I thought I had made a mistake in not taking sparring lessons before
avalry would attack the flank.
We remained in this position until the army had passed, when, with the 1st Minnesota, we were selected to cover the retreat.
The rebel cavalry came down on us, and we had some sharp fighting as we fell back.
At Flint Hill we made a stand.
Night had come on and we did not care to be bothered with the rebels any longer.
The 1st Minnesota formed a V with two sections of Tompkins's Rhode Island battery at this point, the 19th supporting the battery.
On came the