War of the Rebellion: Serial 080 Page 0498 OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C. Chapter LII.

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of the camps of the 28th; went into bivouac. Remained there until July 2, when we returned to the Wiliams house and formed a new line and camps east of the plank road, facing south.

July 5, moved the line one-eighth of a mile farther south and built rifle-pits and battery work.

July 9, 11 p.m., moved from camp toward City Point, from which we embarked the following day for Washington.

The following casualties occurred in the operations in the vicinity of Petersburg, from June 17 to July 9:

Captain Jacob P. Embich, Ninety-third Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers, wounded June 18, Second Lieutenant Louis Lichtstern, Ninety-eighth Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers, wounded June 18.

RECAPITULATION.

Killed. Wounded. Total.

Regiment Office Men. Office Men. Office Men. Aggre

rs. rs. rs. gate.

62nd New ..... 8 ...... 19 ...... 27 27

York

Veteran

Volunteers

93rd ..... .... 1 6 1 6 7

Pennsylvani

a Veteran

Volunteers.

98th ...... .... 1 12 1 12 13

Pennsylvani

a Veteran

Volunteers.

102nd ...... 4 ...... 15 ...... 19 19

Pennsylvani

a Veteran

Volunteers.

139th ...... 4 ...... 11 ...... 15 15

Pennsylvani

a

Volunteers.

Total. ...... 16 2 63 2 79 81

Recapitulation of losses in the campaign.

Killed. Wounded. Total.

Epoch. Offi Men. Offic Men Offic Men. Aggr

cers ers ers egat

. e a

First 4 89 17 387 21 476 497

Second .... 27 7 194 7 221 228

Third .... .... .... ..... ..... ..... ....

Fourth 3 23 13 131 16 154 170

Fifth .... 16 2 63 2 79 81

Total 7 155 39 775 46 930 976

a The aggregate being one-half the fighting force of the brigade that left Brandy Station in May.

I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

FRANK WHEATON,

Brigadier-General, U. S. Volunteers.

Major CHARLES MUNDEE,

Asst. Adjt. General, Second Division, Sixth Army Corps.

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* For continuation of report, see Vol. XXXVII, Part I, p.275.

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