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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 46, Part 1 (Appomattox Campaign)
Page 394 N. AND SE. VA., N.C., W. WA., MD., AND PA. Chapter LVIII.


No. 6.-Colonel Alfred P. Rockwell, Sixth Connecticut Infantry, of operations January 15.


No. 7.-Captain John Thompson, Seventh Connecticut Infantry, of operations January 15.


No. 8.-Captain William S. Marble, Seventh Connecticut Infantry, of operations January 15.


No. 9.-Captain William H. Trickey, Third New Hampshire Infantry, of operations January 15.


No. 10.-Lieutenant Colonel Augustus W. Rollins, Seventh New Hampshire Infantry.


No. 11.-Brigadier General Adelbert Ames, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division.


No. 12.-Colonel Rufus Darggett, One hundred and seventeenth New York Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations January 13-15.


No. 13.-Major Oliver P. Harding, Two hundred and third Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations January 15.


No. 14.-Captain Heber B. Essington, Two hundred and third Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations January 15.


No. 15.-Lieutenant Colonel Nathan J. Johnson, One hundred and fifteenth New York Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations January 15.


No. 16.-Major Ezra L. Walrath, One hundred and fifteenth New York Infantry, of operations January 15.


No. 17.-Lieutenant Colonel James A. Colvin, One hundred and sixty-ninth New York Infantry, of operations January 15.


No. 18.-Brigadier General Charles J. Paine, U. S. Army, commanding Third Division, Twenty-fifth Army Corps, of operations January 13-19.


No. 19.-Bvt. Brigadier General Albert M. Blackman, Twenty-seventh U. S. Colored Troops, Third Brigade, of operations January 15.


No. 20.-Proceedings of a Court of Inquiry constituted to examine into the cause of the explosion of the powder magazine.


No. 21.-Medals of Honor awarded for distinguished services under Resolution of Congress, No. 43, approved July 12, 1862, and section 6 of Act of Congress, approved March 3, 1863.


No. 22.-General Braxton Bragg, C. S. Army, commanding Department of North Carolina, of operations January 13-15.


No. 23.-Lieutenant Colonel George T. Gordon, C. S. Army, Assistant Inspector-General, of operations January 13-15.


No. 24.-Major William J. Saunders, C. S. Army, Chief of Artillery, of operations January 13-15.


No. 25.-Major General William H. C. Whiting, C. S. Army, of operations January 15.


No. 26.-Brigadier General Alfred H. Colquitt, C. S. Army, commanding brigade.


No. 1. Reports of Major General Alfred H. Terry, U. S. Army, commanding U. S. Forces.


HEADQUARTERS U. S. FORCES,
On Federal Point, N. C., January 25, 1865.

GENERAL: I have the honor to submit the following detailed report of the operations which resulted in the capture of Fort Fisher, and the occupation of Fort Caswell and the other works at the mouth of the Cape Fear River:

On the 2nd instant I received from the lieutenant-general in person orders to take command of the troops destined for the movement. They were 3,300 picked men from the Second Division of the Twenty-fourth Army Corps, under Brigadier General (now brevet major-general) Adelbert


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