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Chapter 14: June 20-Aug. 2s, 1864. To the rear boot and saddle the Corps badly used on the Jerusalem Plank Road a dry time—where we dug the First well he Sanitary Commission by the right flank Deep Bottom rain at last the Weldon Railroad. It is a well-known fact, that, inasmuch as the artillery of the army
ir lack of cohesion to the large number of new men in the command, and the small number of experienced officers.
Casualties in the corps from Aug. 13th to 20th, 1864: Total, 915; of which 267 were missing. But we waited in vain, although we knew that the infantry had embarked.
The synopsis of Hancock's Report of Operations, a s that rang out clear and cheerful in the gloom of that Monday evening were hushed, ere the week was closed, in the solemn stillness of death.
June 21. Two horses shot by order Capt. Sleeper —glanders.
One horse died—exhaustion.
June 23. One horse shot, farcy; one horse died—exhaustion.