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Chapter 32: in pursuit of Lee. In camp at Morrisville. On the Fourth of July the regiment remained all day in line of battle, patiently waiting for a renewal of the fighting but it did not mate
the 24th and here it remained until the 29th and then marched about eight miles. On July 30, Morrisville, near Kelley's Ford, was reached, and camp was pitched for a protracted stay.
The regiment ced with a sufficient number to nearly make good his losses.
The men remained in camp near Morrisville through the month of August and the work of re-organization and repair went on.
The middle d won the confidence and love of their veteran comrades.
While the regiment lay in camp at Morrisville, Col. Devereux being still on detached service, it was under the command of Capt. J. F. Plymp mouth.
The regiment was absent on this duty for three days and then returned to its camp at Morrisville, where many of its members rejoined it, having returned from hospitals and detached service.