May 11. One horse died of exhaustion.
May 12. One horse died of exhaustion.
May 14. One horse died of exhaustion.
May 16. Private Waldo Pierce transferred to Invalid Corps.
Serg't A. B. Parker and Privates Nesbitt, Gowell, Fales, Putnam, Handlin returned from hospital.
Corporal Estee and Privates Wilson and Burroughs went to Alexandria and (got)? our ammunition chests.
May 18. One horse died—worn out,
May 19. Two spare caissons turned in to the Ordnance Department, Washington, D. C., with all equipments and ordnance belonging to it (them)? Corporal J. D. Billings and Private J. M. Ramsdell reported to quarters.
Two horses died of exhaustion.
May 20. One horse died of farcy.
Grand Review of the Army of the Potomac.
May 26. Private T. W. Strand's horse taken up on Report Book.
May 27. One horse died—worn out.
May 29. Privates J. P. Brown and T. Elworth returned to duty from the train.
Turned over the Battery to the Ordnance Depar