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Chapter 33: the advance to Culpepper and Bealton. The Nineteenth regiment left Morrisville on September 12th with the Second Corps, which marched in support of Buford's cavalry in the advance to Culpepper. This and other similar quotations which follow are extracts from a diary written by Lieut. Joseph E. Hodgkins, of Co. K.September 12, 1863. The day is very sultry and hot. Can just breathe. Many are falling out. A number have fainted and fallen in their tracks. The mules are fal
Corps, S. O. 202, Headquarters Second Corps, Aug. 30.
John Y. Small, private, Co. A, promoted to Commissary Sergeant, Sept. 25, 1863, at Raccoon Ford, vice Snelling, promoted to Second Lieutenant.
Private Adolph Mahnitz, Co. B, returned at Morrisville, Va., Sept. 6, from prisoner of war, captured July 1, at Taneytown, Md.
Private John Doherty, Co. E., prisoner of war.
On September 30, the Nineteenth regiment was withdrawn from the front and posted at Mitchell's Station on the railroad to