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Chapter 17: Hatcher's Run. October 25 to November 1, 1864. By the left flank-the fight on Boydton Plank Road the Tenth sent in at it hot and heavy we are flanked on to Libby —give ‘Em canister fall of Lieut. Smith and Private Atkinson running the gantlet fall of Lieut. Granger with Drawal of the Corps synopsis of General Hancock's Report. Having marched some distance to the rear, we came to a halt in a large field near Fort Bross. This was a fort at the extreme left
when the fighting ceased, and during the night massed fifteen thousand infantry and Hampton's cavalry, with which they had intended to advance upon us at daylight of the 28th. Campaigns of the Army of the Potomac.
Oct. 25. One recruit received—Timothy Herlehy.
Two horses shot by order E. L. Smith, Lieut. Battery K, 4th U. S. Ar'ty, A. A. I. G.
Oct. 26. Corp. G. A. Pease sent to general hospital.
Lieut's Granger and Smith and Privates A. C. Billin<