War of the Rebellion: Serial 026 Page 0288 NORTH CAROLINA AND S. E. VIRGINIA. Chapter XXX.

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missing.

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CAVALRY. . . . 4 . 1 5

1st New York Mounted

Rifles.

11th Pennsylvania * . . . . . . .

Total cavalry. . . . 4 . 1 5

LIGHT ARTILLERY. . . . . . . .

Captain FREDERICK M.

FOLLETT.

1st Delaware Battery.

7th Massachusetts Battery. . . . . . . .

16th New York Battery. . . . . . . .

19th New York Battery. . . . . . . .

4th U. S., Battery D. . . . . . . .

4th U. S., Battery L. . . . . . . .

2nd Wisconsin Battery. . . . . . . .

4th Wisconsin Battery. . . . . . . .

Total Light Artillery.* . . . . . . .

HEAVY ARTILLERY. . . . . . . .

Captain JOHN A. BLAKE.

2nd Battalion, Third

Pennsylvania. *

UNASSIGNED. . . . . . . .

3rd New York (Battalion) *

Grand total. 3 38 18 205 . 2 266

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* Not loss reported.

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Officers killed.-Col Benjamin Ringold, One hundred and third New York; Captain Lewis H. Buzzell, Thirteenth New Hampshire; and Chaplain Francis E. Butler, Twenty-fifth New Jersey.

Numbers 6. Report of Brigadier General Michael Corcoran, U. S. Army, commanding First Division, Seventh Army Corps.

HDQRS. FIRST DIVISION, SEVENTEENTH ARMY CORPS,

Suffolk, Va., May-, 1863.

MAJOR: In compliance with orders from headquarters I respectfully submit the following report as to the operations on the Edenton and Somerton roads and the line of defenses under my command, extending from Fort Nansemond to Fort Halleck, during the late investment of this place by the enemy:

On Saturday, April 11, it being reported that the enemy was advancing against this place, I immediately repaired to my front and had all the troops placed under arms and ready for action. The enemy did not, however, advance within sight, and this condition of affairs remained until Monday afternoon following, when an advance was made