July 27.-Moved out some two miles from the river and engaged the enemy, and fell back to the pontoon the same evening.
July 28.-The regiment remained in line of battle until 4 p.m., when it was ordered to relieve the First Maine Cavalry, which was then picketing in the vicinity of Malvern Hill.
July 29.-At 12 p.m. were ordered to be ready to fall back at any moment, and at 2 a.m. withdrew our pickets and recrossed the river at the above-mentioned point. Marched toward the Blackwater, where division attacked the enemy and regiment was ordered to support brigade battery. From here we fell back to our present camp [Prince George Court-House].
SIXTEENTH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY.
June 13.-Encamped on north bank of North Anna River.
June 14.-Encamped near Todd's Tavern; lost 1 man on picket.
June 15.-On march and encamped at 9 p.m.
June 16.-Encamped near Sparta.
June 17.-Encamped near Walkerton.
June 18.-Encamped near King and Queen Court-House.
June 19.-Encamped at Dunkirk.
June 20.-Crossed Mattapony River and encamped at White House.
June 21.-Crossed Pamunkey River; dismounted and engaged the enemy near Tunstall's Station; no casualties; at dusk returned for our horses.
June 22.-On scout to Webb's house.
June 23.-Destroyed railroad bridge across Pamunkey, and formed rear guard on march to Charles City Court-House, where encamped.
June 24.-Engaged with enemy near Saint Mary's Church; formed rear guard on leaving field; lost 1 killed, 7 wounded, 3 missing.
June 25 to 28.-In camp back of Fort Powhatan.
June 29.-5 p.m., on march.
June 30.-On scout; encamped at Templeton's.
July 1.-Encamped near Lee's Mill; went on scout to Nottoway River.
July 2.-Marched with brigade to near Prince George Court-House.
July 4.-Changed camp to near Light-House Point.
July 7.-Went on picket to Prince George Court-House; relieved by Sixth Pennsylvania Cavalry same day.
July 8.-In camp near Light-House Point.
July 11.-Marched to Jerusalem plank road.
July 12.-In line of battle near bridge on plank road.
July 13.-Marched to Lee's Mill.
July 14.-Relieved Fourth Pennsylvania Cavalry; on picket at Old Shop Church.
July 16.-Relieved by First Cavalry Division; marched to camp near Light-House Point.
July 26.-Crossed the Appomattox River; marched to Jones' Neck.
July 27.-Crossed James River and encamped.
July 28.-Marched to near Malvern Hill; had a fierce encounter with the enemy; lost 14 men and 1 officer wounded and 3 men killed.
July 29.-In line of battle dismounted.
July 30.-Marched with brigade back to Lee's Mill.
July 31.-Marched to camp at Prince Georgie Court-House.